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In My Bag: Everything Jourdana Philips Carries Around for a Crazy-Fresh Glow

In My Bag: Everything Jourdana Philips Carries Around for a Crazy-Fresh Glow

Plus, she figures out her favorite eyeliner isn’t actually an eyeliner.

It’s pretty refreshing to know that a three-time Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show model is just as fixated on looking more awake as we are. “I know I like to sleep late,” she says. “So if it’s more than a 10-minute routine, it’s not going to happen.” In our deep dive into her makeup bag, Jourdana Phillips showed us her favorite concealer, highlighter, and mascara—which she *insists* is the number one secret to looking more awake—among the rest of her all-time favorite products. Spoiler alert: She likes Fenty just as much as we do, her favorite mascara is a straight-up drugstore favorite, and she really likes to sleep in. Victoria’s Secret models… They’re (kinda? sorta?) just like us. Watch the video above to see her entire bag of secrets, and click through below to shop them all.

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‘The View’ host under fire for blackface costume (VIDEO)

‘The View’ host under fire for blackface costume (VIDEO)

A clip from ABC’s popular chat show ‘The View’ has resurfaced amid the ongoing media uproar over blackface costumes. It shows the panel discussing host Joy Behar’s “beautiful African woman” costume.

Behar introduced a photo of herself in an old Halloween costume where she dressed as a “beautiful African woman” at a Halloween party in the 1970s when she was 29 years old, in a segment in which the panel were discussing curly hair which aired back in 2016.

Amid the current media firestorm over blackface costumes worn by Democrat politicians in the past, The Wrap media editor Jon Levine seized the moment and shared the controversial clip (and the reaction to it) on Twitter.

Joy Behar admitted during a taping of The View in 2016 to dressing as a “beautiful African women” at a Halloween party when she was 29 which involved makeup “that was a little bit darker than my skin”

The show even ran an image of the old photo pic.twitter.com/qKQqzDPxyn

— Jon Levine (@LevineJonathan) February 6, 2019

In the segment, Raven-Symoné, a former co-host of Behar’s, asks, “Joy, are you black?” to which Behar responded that she was wearing makeup “a little bit darker than my skin.”

Neither ABC nor Behar have made an official statement on the current controversy.

Many people on Twitter came to Behar’s defense after the clip emerged.

I hate joy behar as much as the next man. Its actually a flattering photo. I don’t see any reason to freak out.

— Amiri King (@AmiriKing) February 7, 2019

The standard for blackface has always included a certain level of mockery. Behar’s photo doesn’t meet that standard. If she wore that today, she’d definitely get the side eye, but it’s not blackface.

— Sierramoon (@Sierramoon) February 7, 2019

C’mon everyone, are we really this petty?

She admired a look that was hip & popular at the time, and thus emulated it. Seems perfectly ok & normal. This is why context matters and anti-cultural appropriation is BS.

— 𝟙𝟛ẗḧ𝔊𝔢𝔫𝔢𝔯𝔞𝔩 🕹️🤖 (@iamshawnjones) February 6, 2019

One of these things is not like the other…

Don’t try to act like black people should be just as offended by the left photo, Joy Behar, as we are by the foolishness on the right.

We know the difference between admiration and racist mockery. pic.twitter.com/5jZr83dTLQ

— Aaron Winder (@Strawmelade) February 7, 2019

However, others decried the hypocrisy of such comments, highlighting the case of Megyn Kelly who was unceremoniously fired from NBC after controversial remarks where she questioned whether blackface was indeed that offensive.

I tend to agree. But its the left who have set the standards. Megan Kelly was fired for merely suggesting its ok. So in order to apply those standards fairly Behar has got to be fired as well.

— Frank T Hopkins (@FrankTHopkins1) February 7, 2019

Yet Megyn Kelly was FIRED for simply asking why it was offensive if you ADMIRE the person you’re dressing up as?? Where’s your condemnation on this @alroker ? “Whew, Joy is on a dif network, so I don’t have to comment”

— Kim Greer (@KimberlyKateGre) February 7, 2019

The hypocracy is strong with this one…

— 🇺🇸 SparHawk (@SparHawk1776) February 7, 2019

Megyn Kelly suggested that putting on dark makeup while dressing as a black person you admire may be okay. Joy Behar actually wore the costume. Kelly should be fired for suggesting it but Behar did nothing wrong in actually doing it? That’s totally incoherent. https://t.co/jWuFK4hGks

— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) February 7, 2019

The clip was posted as the Democratic party in Virginia grapples with the ongoing controversy surrounding Governor Ralph Northam’s 1984 yearbook photo which features two students, one in blackface and the other in a KKK robe.

Northam initially apologized for the ill-advised costume choice but then reversed course the very next day, insisting that he misremembered and didn’t wear blackface in that particular photo but had worn it when dressing up as Michael Jackson on another occasion.




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Meanwhile, Virginia’s Democrat Attorney General Mark Herring, who initially called on Northam to resign, has since released a statement in which he admitted that he too had worn a blackface costume in college.

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MTV Orders ‘Jersey Shore’ Dating Series Starring Vinny and Pauly D

MTV Orders ‘Jersey Shore’ Dating Series Starring Vinny and Pauly D

Jersey Shore Vinny Pauly D

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MTV has picked up a new “Jersey Shore” spinoff, allowing fans of the show to vie to win the hearts of its two biggest bachelors, Vinny Guadagnino and DJ Pauly D.

Announced by the network on Friday, the reality dating series “Double Shot at Love With DJ Pauly D & Vinny” will see two of the show’s stars attempt to find love from a group of 20 contestants while simultaneously competing against one other for the affection of the contestants as well.

No premiere date has been announced, but the series is slated to premiere later this year.

Also Read: MTV Launches ‘Jersey Shore’ YouTube Channel With New Snooki and JWoww Shows (Exclusive)

Per MTV, “Paul ‘DJ Pauly D’ Delvecchio continues to tour the world DJing while holding down a Las Vegas residency, but are any of the contestants ready to keep up with his luxurious lifestyle?” and “Vinny Guadagnino is ready to get back into a relationship, but will the Staten Island keto-guido find someone to take home for Sunday family dinner?”

The original “Jersey Shore” became a breakout hit for MTV in its first run in 2009, thanks to the show’s unforgettable personalities, including Angelina Pivarnick, Jennifer “JWoww” Farley, Michael “The Situation” Sorrentino, Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi, Paul “Pauly D” DelVecchio, Ronald “Ronnie” Ortiz-Magro, Samantha “Sammi Sweetheart” Giancola, Vincenzo “Vinny” Guadagnino and Deena Nicole Cortese.

The show was revived under the title “Jersey Shore: Family Vacation” last year, bringing back the original cast members for another go nearly a decade later. A third season of the revival is already slated to air later on MTV this year.

Like “Jersey Shore” and “Family Vacation,” “Double Shot at Love” will be produced by MTV, SallyAnn Salsano and 495 Productions.

24 Most Iconic VMAs Moments, From Madonna’s ‘Like a Virgin’ to ‘Miley, What’s Good?’ (Photos)


  • VMAs Iconic Moments

    If the MTV Video Music Awards have ever been about the awards themselves, that era is long past. The most unpredictable and frequently over-the-top awards show remains one of the last-standing watercooler TV events by delivering iconic moments year after year. Here are a few of the most legendary from the show’s nearly 35 year life.

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  • Madonna VMAs

    Madonna performed her single “Like a Virgin” at the very first VMAs in 1984, donning a wedding dress for a performance that looks downright tame by modern standards but raised a few eyebrows in its day.

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  • Madonna Vogue VMAs

    Looking to top her last performance when she returned to the VMAs stage in 1990, Madonna went for an elaborate 18th Century France-inspired aesthetic for her rendition of Video of the Year nominee “Vogue.”

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  • Michael Jackson Lisa Marie Presley

    Michael Jackson and then-wife Lisa Marie Presley shocked the audience when they locked lips for an awkwardly long and stilted kiss while introducing the 1994 VMAs.

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  • Courtney Love Madonna

    In 1995, Courtney Love crashed Madonna’s live post-VMAs interview by throwing makeup at the pop star and screaming across the room. “Courtney Love is in dire need of attention right now,” Madonna deadpanned before being forced to cede her airtime to the Hole singer’s antics.

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  • Fiona Apple VMAs

    In hindsight, the idea of Fiona Apple appearing at the VMAs seems like an odd fit, but one suspects it never made less sense to anyone than to Apple herself, who famously proclaimed “This world is bulls—” while on stage to collect her Best New Artist award.

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  • Diana Ross Lil Kim

    Lil Kim’s racy outfit at the 1999 VMAs grabbed the attention of many a red carpet photographer, but the rapper’s one bare breast also captured the imagination of her co-presenter Diana Ross, who couldn’t resist giving Kim’s chest a gentle onstage tap.

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  • Rage Against the Machine VMAs

    Upset about his band’s loss to Limp Bizkit, Rage Against the Machine bassist Tim Commerford bum rushed the VMAs stage in 2000, attempting to bring the entire night to a literal crashing halt by scaling the background. He failed and spent the night in jail.

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  • 2007 MTV Video Music Awards - Britney Spears

    Former Disney star Britney Spears had no shortage of moments marking her new persona as an adult pop star, but none more iconic than her 2001 performance of “I’m a Slave 4 U” with an albino burmese python named Banana wrapped around her shoulders.

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  • 2002 MTV Video Music Awards - Michael Jackson Britney Spears

    In 2002, Britney Spears presented Michael Jackson with a lifetime achievement trophy in honor of his birthday, but her use of the phrase “artist of the millennium” seemed to capture Jackson’s imagination, leading him to deliver a speech accepting an award definitely does not exist.

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  • Britney Spears, Madonna, and Christina Aguilera

    For decades Madonna stood as the biggest provocateur at the VMAs, and inviting Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera to join her on stage in a re-creation of her iconic “Like a Virgin” performance was meant to be something of a torch-passing. What no one was expecting was for the three performers to up the ante by making out on stage.

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  • 2007 MTV Video Music Awards - Britney Spears

    Britney Spears has had many ups and downs throughout her decades-long career, but her glassy-eyed performance of “Gimme More” at the 2007 VMAs stands as one of her most public fumbles, a warning sign of the rocky road ahead.

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  • 2009 MTV Video Music Awards - Kanye Taylor Swift

    With four now-legendary words — “I’mma let you finish” — Kanye West ensured that Taylor Swift’s career would be inextricably tied to his own. Whether its a feud between stars, a troubled friendship or a media narrative from which one party would like to be excluded, the story of Kanye and Taylor has transcended debate about whether or not Beyonce made the best music video of all time.

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  • Lil Mama VMAs

    Lil Mama effectively tanked her career when the spirit of Jay-Z and Alicia Keys’s “Empire State of Mind” carried her out of her seat in the audience and onto the VMAs stage in 2009. Confused viewers may have at first believed the stunt was intentional, but by the time Jay-Z attempted to shoo her off like a dirty New York pigeon, her fate was sealed.

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  • 2009 MTV Video Music Awards - Lady Gaga

    Despite a long career in New York and two giant singles in “Just Dance” and “Poker Face,” Lady Gaga was still far off from the mainstay pop star she is now when she performed “Paparazzi” in 2009. A self-consciously arty and borderline-manic performance that ended with her bloodied body being lifted into the air, Gaga’s VMAs debut was a bold statement by an artist looking to stake her position in the pop landscape.

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  • 2010 MTV Video Music Awards - Show

    A year after the interruption heard round the world, West returned to the VMAs to debut “Runaway,” a haunting toast to “douchebags” and “assholes” that’s widely regarded as one of the best and most self-reflective singles in the rapper’s catalogue.

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  • 2010 MTV Video Music Awards - Lady Gaga Meat Dress

    If there’s an image from the 2010 VMAs that will endure the test of time, it’s Lady Gaga, who showed up wearing a dress made out of raw meat, accepting her Moonman from Cher, wearing a re-creation of one of her most iconic ’80s costumes.

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  • 2011 MTV Video Music Awards - Beyonce

    Blue Ivy Carter made her television debut at the 2011 VMAs, when Beyonce took the stage to perform the immaculate throwback single “Love on Top.” “I want you to feel the love that’s growing inside of me,” she told the audience, nailing every dance step and key change before surprising the crowd by unveiling her baby bump.

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  • 2011 MTV Video Music Awards - Adele

    The VMAs have come to be defined by flashy costumes, big energy and even bigger stunts, but in 2011 Adele showed everyone up by slowing it down. Accompanied by just a piano and a spotlight, the British songstress brought the house down with her world-conquering ballad “Someone Like You.”

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  • 2012 MTV Video Music Awards - Rihanna

    Rihanna opening the 2012 VMAs with a medley of her hits “Cockiness” and “We Found Love” isn’t often the first performance that people remember, which is a shame because the seamless shift between the DGAF attitude that would later become her trademark and the party-starting pop star persona that defined her early career was so skillfully executed.

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  • 2013 MTV Video Music Awards - Miley Cyrus Robin Thicke Twerking

    If Miley Cyrus twerking on Robin Thicke at the 2013 VMAs didn’t launch the thinkpiece industry, it certainly sent it into high-gear. Conversations about race and culture online have since become commonplace, but for many, it was Cyrus’s wagging tongue that led them to first encounter the phrase “cultural appropriation.”

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  • 2014 MTV Video Music Awards - Beyonce

    When Beyonce accepted her Video Vanguard Award in 2014 with a 15-minute medley of the songs from her groundbreaking self-titled visual album, it was the fact that she stood in front of the word “feminist” that caught people’s attention. But looking back, it’s the other parts that are most notable — the effortless stylistic shifts and confident swagger that would later be honed and refined into her staggering, two-hour performance at Coachella years later.

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  • 2015 MTV Video Music Awards - Nicki Minaj

    Ahead of the 2015 VMAs, much of the conversation revolved around a social media spat between Nicki Minaj and Taylor Swift over well-deserved criticism of the lily white list of nominees. That feud was publicly put to bed by the two artists when they opened the show together, but before the night was over, Minaj had trained her sights on a different target. Firing off a warning shot from the stage in the direction of the night’s host, Minaj spat, “Miley, what’s good?”

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  • 2015 MTV Video Music Awards Kanye West

    Kanye West’s public statements have gotten him more attention than his music in recent years, a phenomenon which dates back to at least 2015, when he was awarded the Video Vanguard Award and opted out of a performance in favor of a long, rambling speech. To this day, it remains unclear whether or not he was serious when he threatened to make a bid for the White House in 2020.

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  • Beyonce Lemonade VMAs

    Without a host, the 2016 VMAs had an erratic energy that felt liable to unspool at any moment, but thankfully Beyonce was there to salvage the show. Performing the hits from her 2016 album “Lemonade” with commitment and ferocity, she held the entire night together through sheer force of talent.

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The MTV Video Music Awards have delivered some of the most famous moments in pop culture history

If the MTV Video Music Awards have ever been about the awards themselves, that era is long past. The most unpredictable and frequently over-the-top awards show remains one of the last-standing watercooler TV events by delivering iconic moments year after year. Here are a few of the most legendary from the show’s nearly 35 year life.

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Farrah Abraham Slammed For Posting Video Of Daughter, 9, In Bra & Underwear

Farrah Abraham Slammed For Posting Video Of Daughter, 9, In Bra & Underwear

Farrah Abraham has been slammed over the years for her controversial parenting choices. But now the fired Teen Mom OG star has crossed a disturbing line. Abraham has come under fire for posting a video of her daughter Sophia, 9, modeling a bra and underwear.

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The video, which is still on her Snapchat story, caused outrage over social media. “This needs to be reported to CPS,” a follower wrote on Twitter. “She’s gone too far this time.”

Photo credit: MEGA

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A second follower wrote, “How the hell could you post a pic of that child in her underwear? Out of all the vile crap you have done, this is by far the absolute worst! She’s a child! WTH is wrong with you! You’re her mother! Protect her!”

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Fans have been reporting the video. “I reported it, everyone should do the same. This poor child is being exploited just so Farrah Abraham can remain in the news – she’s disgusting,” a user wrote.

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In 2015, Abraham came under fire for posting photos of her daughter in full makeup. Abraham was also criticized for waxing her daughter’s eyebrows at only 3 years old.

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Do you think Abraham is a bad mom? Sound off in the comments.

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Photo credit: MEGA

The video, which is still on her Snapchat story, caused outrage over social media. “This needs to be reported to CPS,” a follower wrote on Twitter. “She’s gone too far this time.”

Photo credit: MEGA

A second follower wrote, “How the hell could you post a pic of that child in her underwear? Out of all the vile crap you have done, this is by far the absolute worst! She’s a child! WTH is wrong with you! You’re her mother! Protect her!”

Photo credit: Getty Images

Fans have been reporting the video. “I reported it, everyone should do the same. This poor child is being exploited just so Farrah Abraham can remain in the news – she’s disgusting,” a user wrote.

Photo credit: MEGA

In 2015, Abraham came under fire for posting photos of her daughter in full makeup. Abraham was also criticized for waxing her daughter’s eyebrows at only 3 years old.

Photo credit: MEGA

Do you think Abraham is a bad mom? Sound off in the comments.

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Photo credit: MEGA

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Cardi B Shows Off Her Natural Hair — & It’s Glorious

Cardi B Shows Off Her Natural Hair — & It’s Glorious

Photo: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images.

If we had a dollar for

every wig

Cardi B has rocked since coming on the scene, we’d be

twerking in a whole lot of money

(even though she already

beat us to it

). In addition to her club-banging lyrics and

blinged-out nails

, wigs are a part of Cardi’s M.O. She’s worn hair in every color of the damn rainbow, from blonde to slime green, but she isn’t about the glam and wigs

all

the time.

Cardi often strips down to little-to-no makeup and no wig for her hilarious Instagram videos (like when she’s

eating crab legs

or

calling out haters

). And recently, the rapper posted a photo on Instagram Stories with her natural hair on display. In the caption, she expressed the woe that is wash day: “To wash and untangle all this hair now,” she wrote, with her hair picked out. And yes, Cardi’s hairstylist, Tokyo Stylez, confirmed that the hair in the picture is, indeed, all hers.

The rapper has previously publicly credited products by

Vida Hair Growth

for making her natural hair “healthy and beautiful.”

In a video clip from last May

(that has since been removed from Instagram), Cardi shared that her natural hair became damaged from so much time on the road. “I haven’t really been taking care of my natural hair,” she says. “I just be leaving it in braids for such a long time and changing wigs, but since I’m gonna be home more often, I’m going to be taking care of my natural hair by myself. I promise you, this shit makes your hair grow to be so healthy and beautiful.”

Since dominating the charts with her “Bodak Yellow” single, it’s become more common to see the rapper with her lace-fronts laid — and we love the wigspo. But it’s extremely refreshing to continue to see the Cardi that can do both:

rainbow wigs at the club

and regular shmegular on wash day.

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