The Golden Globe Awards honor the best in film and TV.Lindsay Lohan, Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian have made contributions to neither, unless you count the latter’s train wreck marriage drama unfolding on E!It actually is scripted, so many we should. In any case, all three celebrity gossip staples were on hand for a GG after-party Sunday night, for whatever reason.There are no winners at life among this crew, but someone must emerge victorious in THG’s latest Fashion Face-Off. Vote for your favorite style star below!
Who dressed best at the Golden Globes, Lindsay, Paris or Kim? Yes, someone let them in the building. Vote for the winner of this THG Fashion Face-Off now!
Billy Bush Retro Bathing Suit: Love It or Really, Really Hate It?
Let’s give Billy Bush some credit in the following photo: at least he’s really owning his ridiculous look.The Extra host was spotted at the Hotel Fontainebleau pool in Miami last month, donning a bathing suit we’ll generously refer to here simply as… retro. Take a look at it now and then cleanse your eyes by visiting our section full of more modern bikini photos:If you can handle a longer look, study the fashion choice made by Bush and then respond: What do you think?
Snooki Cleavage Pic: The Perks of Pregnancy
She recently Tweeted her engagement photo. Now Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi is showing off the perks of her pregnancy on Twitter. Sort of literally.The Jersey Shore train wreck, 24, may have just shed some weight, but now that she’s wild child, she’s proud of what she’s gained elsewhere.We are talking about in the chestal region:”I got swagger with my pregnant self,” Polizzi Tweeted, showing some serious cleavage peeking out of her neon yellow top in what would actually be sort of a hot photo if we weren’t talking about Snooki. So it goes.Snooki and Jionni LaValle officially announced their pregnancy in March, more than a month after tabloids got wind of it and it was all but confirmed anyway.While there’s no word on what her co-stars, like one-time hookup Vinny Guadagnino, think of her body, they think she’ll be a great mom … what about you?Will Snooki be a good mom?
Super Tuesday Results: Mitt Romney Pulls Ahead, But Republican Race to Continue on
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney appeared to pull off a narrow win in Ohio on Super Tuesday but lost several other states to challenger Rick Santorum.The day of 10 primaries and caucuses produced no knockout punch, rather another split verdict that overshadowed Romney’s claim of collecting the most delegates.Romney remains ahead in the delegate count, and thus the race for the nomination, but any hopes of asserting himself as the inevitable nominee fell short again.Far from bringing more clarity to the GOP presidential race as some in the party had hoped, Tuesday’s elections gave every candidate cause to keep driving forward.Newt Gingrich won a definitive victory in Georgia. Santorum won in Tennessee, North Dakota and Oklahoma. Ron Paul even posted several second-place finishes.Romney won Massachusetts, where he served as governor; Virginia, where neither Gingrich nor Santorum qualified for the ballot; and Vermont, Idaho and Alaska.In Ohio, The Associated Press named Romney the winner early this morning, though some news outlets have not called it yet, and Santorum has not conceded.Regardless of that outcome, Ohio’s tight race and his defeats elsewhere show continuing vulnerabilities for Romney on both geographic and ideological grounds.Even with most people operating under the assumption that he remains the most likely GOP nominee, he has nonetheless lost states across several regions.Just the same, he’s winning. With 1,144 delegates needed to win the nomination, Romney has 332 delegates to Santorum’s 139, Gingrich’s 73 and Paul’s 35.Super Tuesday results by state after the jump …Alaska Republican Caucuses ResultsGeorgia Republican Primary ResultsIdaho Republican Caucuses ResultsMassachusetts Republican Primary ResultsNorth Dakota Republican Caucuses ResultsOhio Republican Primary ResultsOklahoma Republican Primary ResultsTennessee Republican Primary ResultsVermont Republican Primary ResultsVirginia Republican Primary Results For any Translation related help, visit Translation Agency UK