Apparently Teen Vogue wasn’t as forthcoming as Seventeen Magazine when 14-year-old Julia Bluhm asked them to stop Photoshopping their models and celebrities in mid-July. Instead of the tour and cupcakes the ladies were met with at Seventeen, they just got cold hard stares from the editors of Teen Vogue.
While that’s totally uncool, it’s nice to see that their September issue is a little more subdued and natural looking — something teen girls can ACTUALLY relate to. Selena Gomez looks GORG on the cover and inside spread, wearing little makeup, frolicking with horses by the ocean and relaxing on the beach.
In the behind the scenes video, girl raves about wearing cozy sweaters (probably Justin’s) and casual jeans. The 20-year-old also talks about taking more mature movie roles and choosing pieces for her fashion line (no biggie). Compared to her other two cover shoots with the magazine, this is by far her most laid-back. LOVE.
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No, for real. Jersey Shore Shark Attack follows over-gelled guidos and guidettes on the Jersey Shore as they hunt for a giant man-eating shark with machine guns.
Here’s the background: in 1916 there really were a series of brutal shark attacks along the coast of New Jersey. Since then, the shark attacks have become part of American pop culture, though no one has quite done as much to tarnish the legend like this Jersey Shore Shark Attack movie. Nookie and his friends are just looking for a fun holiday weekend on the Shore but when a famous singer is eaten alive the shark hunt begins. Now the Preppies must work together while saving the inhabitants of the Shore. Gag.
The movie is Jersey Shore meets a B-list version of Jaws and even has cameos from Vinny Guadagnino, the Soprano’s Tony Sirico and N Sync’s Joey Fatone. I’m guessing it’s supposed to be a parody (or at least I hope) so the poor special effects and overdone stereotypes might make for campy, unintended comedy.
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