US - -"Not holding back. Heidi Klum came clean about her departure from Project Runway after she announced that she would not return to host season 17 of the reality competition series.
'I don’t feel like they need advice,' Klum told reporters at the amfAR Gala in Beverly Hills on Thursday, October 18, when asked if she offered guidance to her replacement, Karlie Kloss. 'I feel like I left Project Runway in great hands with Karlie and with Christian Siriano, and I think they’re going to do a great job and I can’t wait to see how they’re going to change it because it needed some changes.'
The 45-year-old supermodel elaborated: 'You know, it’s been stale for 16 years. It was great. But it needed something new to it. I feel like with new people and the way they do it [it] will have that. So I’m excited for that.'” Read the rest of the story at US
Bravo's Project Runway is staffing up.
The series has tapped supermodel and entrepreneur Karlie Kloss as its host, with former Project Runway champion and CFDA fashion designer Christian Siriano as mentor for the rebooted franchise. They will be joined by fashion designer Brandon Maxwell and former Teen Vogue editor in chief Elaine Welteroth, who will serve as judges. Nina Garcia will return as a judge.
Kloss, who will also exec produce the series, takes over as host from Klum, who also exec produced and served as a judge. Siriano replaces mentor Gunn. Maxwell and Welteroth replace Zac Posen as a judge. Klum and Gunn exited Runway in September following a salary renegotiation that saw the Emmy-winning duo, who have been with the series for all its previous 16 seasons, eventually exit for a lucrative fashion show for deep-pocketed streamer/retailer Amazon. The Hollywood Reporter
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For the first time in its 55-year history, British television show Doctor Who will have a woman in the lead role (played by Jodie Whittaker). Doctor Who isn’t the first sci-fi/fantasy franchise to put a woman at the helm, but it could be one of the most groundbreaking. The character’s development over the years into a witty superhero figure has given it an opportunity to bring a heroine to the screen that is capable of saving the universe — and having a sense of humor while doing it.
If you’ve looked at a screen at any point over the past few months, you’ve probably seen the trailer for A Star Is Born–at a movie theater, on TV or on YouTube, where it’s already been viewed 9.2 million times. Or maybe you’ve seen the recut version of it, which reimagines the film starring the Muppets. Or maybe you follow the Twitter account dedicated to memes based on the trailer’s most memorable moments–like the one where Bradley Cooper’s aging rocker, Jack Maine, rolls down his car window and grunts at Lady Gaga’s aspiring singer, Ally, “Hey.” She turns. “What?” His eyes crinkle. “I just wanted to take another look at you,” he says. It’s the kind of perfect little movie moment that can thaw even the iciest of hearts. Click here to read the rest of the story at Time.