Vogue Paris February 2010 Is Writhing




Anja Rubik, though frail and easily blown over by light winds appears unafraid of slithery cold-blooded snakes as she posed for Vogue Paris in a series of confident and colourful shots. Paris really does know how to step up its game.

Though we have to say, we were amazed she was able to hold up the weight of the snake all by her lonesome.

Images via Vogue Paris

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Alexander McQueen Spring 2010 Ad Is Creatively Snakey

Did you notice the model underneath all the colour and serpents? This is just another reason why this ad for Alexander McQueen’s 2010 campaign stands a part from the rest. It relies on a concept, not predictable and boring sexuality.

It really is a cut above the rest.

Sarah McLachlan for 2010 Vancouver Olympics

Sarah McLachlan wrote One Dream for the Vancouver 2010 Olympics. It could use a little work but it’s uplifting and it’s Sarah McLachlan.

Betty White: SAG’s Lifetime Achievement Award


Recognized for her lifetime contributions to TV and film, Betty White has also been a lifelong humanitarian. Yesterday, she accepted the Screen Actors Guild award for Lifetime Achievement presented by Sandra Bullock.

What Conan Thinks Will Happen To The Studio


The premature farewell of Conan O’Brien marked the end of a seven-month stint gone awry. In his closing speech, he thanked fans for their support and offered some hilarious suggestions for what would become of his now former studio. The list goes as follows:

Site of Tiger Woods’ 1st Annual Mistress Reunion

Fitting room for cast of “The Biggest Loser”

Storage facility for apology notes to NBC stockholders

Waterpark for Max Weinberg’s illegitimate children

Hair and chest oil storage for the “Jersey Shore” cast

Future site of “Cooters,” the nation’s first pants less sports bar and restaurant

Studio preserved as a nice, quiet, peaceful place where the cast of “Chuck” can be alone with their thoughts

Magician David Blaine will attempt the impossible by trying to remain in the studio for longer than seven months

Leave the studio cold and empty and re-name it “The World’s Largest Metaphor For NBC Programming”

Panic room for Gary Busey after the rise of the fire hydrants

Studio will be air-lifted to a location with better luck, like on top of a native-American burial ground

Who knows, he might be right.

It is unfortunate that Conan left the Tonight Show, a decision he says was one of the hardest he has had to make. However despite this, he thanked NBC for being his home for the past 20 years and was grateful for the time he had as host of the Tonight Show.