Looks Like Floyd Mayweather and Dave Chappelle Had a Fun Night at Girl Collection

I may be in the minority on this one, but I’m all about Floyd Mayweather’s extravagant retirement adventures. Something about obscene amounts of cash being made or being spent recklessly just makes me want to pump out a blog, and here we are again with Floyd making it rain at his strip club over the weekend with Dave Chappelle.

One might assume Floyd would keep it low key after a busy week of defending Donald Trump and his locker room talk, but nah, Mr. 50-0 dropped so much cash that he had strippers bathing in Benjamins. Even Dave couldn’t quite believe what he was witnessing judging from his reaction:

I’m fulling expecting Dave to enlighten us on his night out with Floyd in a future set.

Sidenote: Dave had Floyd over Conor like a sane person.

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Open Post: Hosted By Sofia Vergara’s Disney Prince-Looking Son 


That tub of Muscle Milk with 3-day stubble named Joe ManJello must’ve been busy last night doing more important things (like doing pinky lifts to get a perfect eight pack on his pinky, or doing b-hole lifts to get a perfect eight pack on his b-hole, etc), because Sofia Vergara brought her son Manolo Gonzalez-Ripoll Vergara as her date to the Emmys. And while I was calling 911 to report 45-year-old Sofia Vergara for disgustingly stealing Jane Fonda’s hair look, some on the internet were turning their chonies into a Swiss Miss factory by busting sixteen tons of tapioca crotch pudding over 25-year-old Manolo.

Manolo is Sofia’s son with her first husband, Joe Gonzalez, and since the children of celebrities will shrivel up and turn to dust if they don’t do at least one modeling shoot in their lives, he models sometimes. Manolo, who gives me a touch of Latino JFK vibes, isn’t really my type. He’s too young and looks too nice. I like the grizzled types who reek of whiskey, Irish Spring and bad decisions, and who never return my texts and start putting on their shoes one second after they bust one. But the internet’s nipples are getting hard for Manolo, and since he looks like a real-life cartoon Disney prince, they’re probably trying to woo him by making friends with birds or murdering their mom.

I swear, some people on the internet are so hard-up and desperate. Those horny whores act like they’ve never seen a man befor- Wait, hold that thought, I just saw that Carrot Top posted a picture of him holding a giant rocket dick and I need to grab the canola oil (I’m out of lube).

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Inside Opening Ceremony’s Experimental Dance-Based Fashion Show

Opening Ceremony’s fashion shows have repeatedly recast the linear runway mold to deliver plays starring Elle Fanning, ballets choreographed by Justin Peck, and photo exhibits by Spike Jonze, to name a few from recent years. Last week, founders Humberto Leon and Carol Lim added to their impressive oeuvre, reuniting with Jonze for an OC-styled performance called Changers: A Dance Story. The dance, which ran for the length of NYFW at East Village avant-garde temple La Mama, starred Mia Wasikowska (Alice in Wonderland) and Lakeith Stanfield (Get Out) as a young couple navigating their relationship – and who happen to have a closet full of Opening Ceremony’s latest collection.

Written and directed by Jonze and choreographed by Ryan Heffington, the piece rekindled the forces behind Margaret Qualley’s eye-popping routine in the trailer for Leon and Lim’s KENZOWORLD fragrance – upholding Opening Ceremony’s history of prioritizing art over product. “We tend to keep the fashion as the secondary part of what we do,” says Leon at the audience at a Q&A moderated by Natasha Lyonne following the final performance of Changers. “I think Carol and I feel like we’re more in the cultural world than fashion, and we’ve always tried to use Opening Ceremony for is as a platform for discovering culture.” Which was not to say that the dance lacked in costume changes; the piece, which follows the day-to-night romantic arc of Wasikowska and Stanfield, showcased everything from Opening Ceremony-branded sweats to millennial-pink pantsuits.

Even the audience itself reflected a unique combination of art and commerce: seats were offered exclusively to American Express cardholder’s as an Amex Platinum Card benefit. While Amex furnished “Platinum Pony” pre-show cocktails along with boho-inspired installations like personalized poems by the Typewriter Project, when it came to the dance, Lim says the creators had complete control. “There aren’t many partners out there who support visions like this,” she says. “[American Express] has been amazing creatively. They said, ‘This is what you guys do’ and they just helped us bring it to life.”

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Ben Affleck Made a Low-Key Appearance at the Emmys With His Girlfriend

Ben Affleck made a low-key appearance at the Emmys to support his girlfriend, Lindsay Shookus, on Sunday night. Shortly before the Saturday Night Live producer took the stage to accept the award for variety sketch series with the rest of the show’s team, the actor was spotted entering the Microsoft Theater. Even though the two didn’t pose on the red carpet, they looked quite comfortable with each other as Lindsay joined arms with Ben before taking their seats. Following the show, the two snapped a quick picture with Jeff Garlin, Charissa Thompson, and Larry David during HBO’s Emmys after party. From their smiley tennis outings to their award season moments, it’s clear that the two are getting closer.

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Emmys: Why Black Mirror’s «San Junipero» Is Such a Big F*cking Deal

A single episode of television took home a couple big awards at Sunday’s Primetime Emmy Awards when the «San Junipero» episode of the Twilight Zone-esque Netflix series Black Mirror won for outstanding TV movie and outstanding writing for limited series, movie, or dramatic special.

«San Junipero» is the fourth episode of Black Mirror‘s third season, and it tells the story of two women falling in love in 1987. Shy Yorkie (Mackenzie Davis) is visiting the titular town when she meets Kelly (Gugu Mbatha-Raw), a San Junipero visitor and total party girl. The two flirt and eventually fall in love and begin an intimate relationship.

In typical Black Mirror style, the love story is turned on its head when it is revealed that «San Junipero» is actually a simulated reality where elderly people can visit and the deceased can live permanently. In San Junipero, they inhabit a younger version of themselves, one that is not sick or in pain and cannot die.

Back in the real world, an elderly Kelly meets an elderly Yorkie, who is on life support 40 years after running her car off the road after her parents rejected her for coming out as gay. Yorkie wishes to die so she can go to San Junipero, but her family won’t agree to self-termination or euthanasia because of their religious beliefs. Kelly offers to marry Yorkie and therefore make it her choice to decide Yorkie’s end-of-life plans, which they do, and Yorkie goes to live in San Junipero forever.

Unfortunately, things are a bit more complicated for Kelly. She’s bisexual and has planned to die without her consciousness being uploaded to San Junipero, because neither her husband, Richard, nor her daughter, Alison (who died young, before San Junipero existed), are in San Junipero. Eventually, Kelly’s real-life health deteriorates and she too chooses to be euthanized, having her physical body buried with her husband and daughter and having her consciousness uploaded to San Juniper so she can be with Yorkie.

It’s a beautiful tale of queer love that ultimately has a more uplifting ending than pretty much any other episode of Black Mirror. In addition to showing an interracial gay couple, the episode touches on big themes like having more than one great love, end-of-life decisions, and the different ideas of an afterlife. Plus, it wholeheartedly and unabashedly checks the ’80s nostalgia box. If you haven’t seen it, it is definitely worth a watch.

Fans were elated that the episode won two (much-deserved) Emmys . . .

. . . though that didn’t stop them from wishing the stars could have gotten a little love too.

But if you’re wondering why this is such a big deal, it’s because LGBTQ+ women are a highly underrepresented group on television. According to GLAAD’s «Where We Are on TV» Report for the 2016-17 television season, only 4.8 percent of characters on scripted prime time broadcast TV were LGBTQ+ and only 17 percent of those were lesbians. The report also says that 25 LGBTQ+ female characters are killed off, and most of them serve no purpose other than to advance the storylines of a usually cisgender, straight main character.

But along came «San Junipero,» which not only depicts a beautiful queer female love story, but also features a bisexual character — one who is not a part of the harmful trope of being portrayed as untrustworthy or duplicitous, as is typically the case, according to GLAAD’s report. Of course, both women do die at the end of «San Junipero,» but their deaths are not used to further the plotlines of other, straight characters. They die on their own terms, and it is actually these deaths that let them live out their happily-ever-after ending in San Junipero.

This TV episode even being made is a great feat, but winning two Emmys is something to celebrate indeed. Couple that with Lena Waithe becoming the first African-American woman to win an Emmy for comedy writing (she won for Master of None, and she is also gay), and Donald Glover becoming the first African-American to win for comedy series directing (he won for Atlanta) and perhaps Hollywood is slowly moving toward being more inclusive, both on screen and at award shows.

Now, there is still a long way to go. As host Stephen Colbert said in his Emmys monologue, for a third year in a row, this was the most diverse group of nominees in Emmys history. But when the audience clapped enthusiastically, he quipped, «That’s impressive. I did not know you could applaud while patting yourself on the back at the same time.»

But at least these are some steps in the right direction!

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Ariel Winter Managed To Get Two Times The Attention At The Emmys

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Attention enthusiasts know that the Emmys are a tasteful affair; you’ve got to balance out your ass with some class. Thankfully, Ariel Winter showed everyone last night how to do it. Ariel came in a dress by Steven Khalil featuring not one, but two crotch-high leg slits. Angelina, who? I’m sure her dress was very expensive, so for those of you hoping to find the look for less, I would probably suggest Craigslist the day after the next AVN awards.

Normally Ariel’s boobs are on full-display, but she told People magazine that she wanted to show off her legs for once. Ariel doesn’t realize it’s not a tits or legs game. Why not both! Like Reese Witherspoon, who wore a satin Stella McCartney suit jacket dress. Reese is one peacock blue fedora and a glittery blue prop Tommy Gun away from playing Roxie Hart in a Long Island community theater production of Chicago.

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Or cover them both up, like Tracee Ellis Ross in Chanel. Tracee is giving you mother of the bride at the wedding of Feather Duster to Lumiere (after getting drunk with Mrs. Potts and Cogsworth).

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But why pick just boobs or legs when you could make every point from your neck down a focal point? Like Ajiona Alexus from 13 Reasons Why, wearing a…whatever this is, from Temraza.  It’s the perfect look for a formal figure skating disco circus picnic.

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Here’s a whole lot more from last night’s red carpet. Brace yourselves, many sequins ahead!

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Exclusive Video Premiere: “10000 Days” by Andy Allo

Andy Allo, the multitalented vocalist and former pupil of Prince, is back with a lesson in love. Her latest video for the single “10000 Days” puts a modern spin on a classic tale of unrequited love, following two female BFFs — one of whom is secretly smitten for the other. The track is one of four off her most recent EP One Step Closer, and in true Allo fashion, she taps into something with which her young audience will surely identify. “I think being in love with someone and not knowing how to tell them or not wanting to risk a friendship is something a lot of people can relate to. That’s what this song and video is all about,” the singer says.

Starring Allo as herself and Kelley Jakle as her best friend, this video is a testament to Allo’s creative vision as an artist and a storyteller. Watch “10000 Days” below.


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The Moving Image

He knows it’s time to categorize his collection, but legendary photographer Walter Iooss doesn’t seem too interested in doing all the paperwork and research the task would entail. He’s too concentrated on the art—the moving image and the beauty of the photograph.

“I’m trying to get this more organized down here. We need a more refined list. There are over a thousand signed and dated prints over there,” he says, pointing to a section of the lower level of his house he jokingly calls his “man cave.”

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From sports to swimsuit and music to history, Walter Iooss is both a photographer and a collector of some of the world’s most famous imagery.

But it’s no cave. It’s a museum showcasing both Iooss’ own work and the work that he admires. Descend down the stair-case of his Montauk home and you are greeted by a signed print of Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima by Joe Rosenthal and below that, one of Irving Penn’s nudes. On the opposite wall are sev-eral photos taken by Peter Beard—and also a photo of Beard at Studio 54. Other photographers with space on his wall include the great jazz photographer Herman Leonard, Mary Ellen Mark, O. Winston Link, James Nachtwey, Shelby Lee Adams and Pete Turner. The list goes on to read like a who’s who in the history of photography.

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Outside Iooss’s Montauk home was the all-new Cadillac CT6 PLUG-IN. The luxury auto company had its first electric sedan on display.

When Iooss and his wife Eva built this home in 1982, he was already an established music and sports photographer. They raised their two sons out east way before Montauk became a summer playground for the wealthy, but now he calls Bruce Weber, Julian Schnabel and Dick Cavett neighbors.

As Iooss walks us through his collection, he modestly gazes over some of the most recognizable shots in sports history—the ones he took. Michael Jordan’s “Blue Dunk,” “The Catch” (when Joe Montana threw the touchdown pass to Dwight Clark in the 1982 Championship Game) and the famed portrait of Muham-mad Ali and Joe Frazier, taken in 2003. Of the thousands of assignments he’s had for Sports Illustrated, he’s shot more than 300 covers and 20 swimsuit covers.

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Framed prints, negatives and collages take up the lower level of Iooss’s home.

Amid the uncategorized prints and negatives, Walter shows us the first photo he ever took, at a football game in 1959, as well as his first assignment, from SI in 1961. Since then Muhammad Ali, Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods, Steffi Graf, Kelly Slater, Patrick Ew-ing, Derek Jeter, Kevin Garnett and Ken Griffey Jr., have all been photographed by Iooss—and the list continues to grow.

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All lined up: The all-new Cadillac CT6 PLUG-IN were in display in Montauk new Walter Iooss’s home.

Iooss lights up while talking about the recent Players Tribune party he shot at the Beverly Hills Hotel, and it becomes clear why there’s no time for him to organize his collection—he’s simply too excited by sports and photography to turn down a good invitation. “What a party that was,” he says. “It was an exhausting job, shoot-ing for four straight hours. It was so much fun being there, we took portraits of every player we could get our hands on.”

No doubt the young athletes at this party were honored to have their portrait taken by Iooss.

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You’ll Have a Hard Time Telling Reese and Daughter Ava Apart at This Emmys Party

Reese Witherspoon had a big reason to celebrate at the Emmys on Sunday night: her show, Big Little Lies, won eight trophies! Luckily, she had her 18-year-old daughter, Ava Phillippe, by her side. The two met up after the ceremony at HBO’s annual afterparty and linked up with Reese’s costar Laura Dern and her kids, son Ellery, 16, and daughter Jaya, 12. Aside from posing with her trophy, Reese opened up about her win, telling People it was «an out of body experience.» «[It was] amazing, overwhelming,» Reese said. «[I’m] so happy for my sisters in this process and this incredible family that we’ve built with HBO.» Although a second season of Big Little Lies has yet to be officially confirmed, all signs are pointing to it being a go.

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Get the (Few) Details on Donald Glover’s Under-the-Radar Relationship

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Donald Glover gave a pair of passionate acceptance speeches at the Emmys on Sunday night, during which he dropped some exciting news. After taking home the Emmy for outstanding comedy actor, the Atlanta star revealed that he is expecting his second child. Thanking «Michelle, my partner,» for sticking by him despite how «crazy» he gets, Donald said, «I want to thank my baby, my son, for just being the joy in my life. I want to thank my unborn son — we’re listening to Stevie [Wonder] tonight.» The news came as a surprise — Donald has been ultraprivate about his personal life, and many people didn’t know he even had a first child. So, who is the lady who won the actor-rapper-writer-director’s heart?

Unfortunately, not much is known about the 33-year-old’s girlfriend, other than the fact that her name is Michelle and they’ve been quietly growing their family together. Donald and Michelle were spotted picking up groceries in Hawaii back in January 2016; at the time, Michelle was pregnant with their son, who was born sometime in the Spring. They were photographed together pushing a baby stroller in NYC that May.

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Donald also shouted out his family in his Golden Globes acceptance speech this January. «I really want to say thank you to my son and the mother of my son for making me believe in people again and things being possible,» he said. During a performance at the Governors Ball music festival in June, Donald revealed the little one’s name on stage: «This song is dedicated to everybody in this crowd and my young son, Legend,» he said before launching into «Baby Boy,» a song written for his son from the album Awaken, My Love!.

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