Jenna Dewan Tatum is a mom who loves dancing, if she had a son would she let him dance? See what she has to say.
“This body is made for being bold, powerful, and sexy,” model Ashley Graham says in the latest commercial for Lane Bryant’s #ThisBody campaign. But, apparently, certain major television networks aren’t of the belief that #ThisBody was even made to be seen.
If there’s anyone that knows what it was like to model in the 1980s — the really big hair, dangerous working conditions (aka posing with exotic animals), and shoulder pads — it’s Cindy Crawford. So the fact that the she’s the brains behind a new television show about the the industry during the era means it’s bound to be on point. According to Variety, the 49-year-old has partnered with NBC to make her producing debut with the tentatively titled series “Icon.” Actors Anne Heche and James Tupper will serve as executive producers. Ironically enough, Robin Bissell, the Hunger Games scribe, has signed on to pen the project, which seems to indicate that the show won’t hold back when it comes to backstage cat fights. But, while the rise of the supers including Brooke Shields, Christie Brinkley, Elle MacPherson, Carol Alt, and others is well documented, the entire show will reportedly be a fictionalized portrayal of their heyday, following the wars between Ford Modeling Agency and Elite Model Management.
Jennifer Aniston may have the most famous head of hair in Hollywood, but if you think about it the iconic haircut actually belonged to Rachel Green, her character on “Friends.” When the TV show about six pals living in Manhattan debuted on NBC in 1994, no one could have suspected it would become one of the most popular sitcoms of all time—or that Rachel Green’s evolving haircuts would become the most requested styles in salons. Now with all 10 seasons of “Friends” coming to Netflix on January 1, we can once again relive the show and the enviable hairstyles in chronological order.