With the 40th season of Saturday Night Live approaching, SNL recently tweeted out a call for host suggestions. We took the initiative to write up a list of Asian American talents who would rock the stage as a SNL host.
Since it’s Thursday, let’s #TBT all the way back to 2011, when photoshops of celebrities without eyebrows were making the rounds on social media, particularly Reddit and Tumblr. The one thing I found mesmerizing about them was that on a lot of celebrities, you can barely tell that their eyebrows are missing; whereas for others, removing their eyebrows completely destroyed their beauty, turning them into what I imagine David Icke’s reptilian humanoids must look like. Well, during the process of photoshopping away eyebrows of Asian-American celebrities, I came to one conclusion: we Asians NEED our eyebrows!
Harry Shum Jr.
(I’m sorry, Lucy!)
Over the weekend, Lucy Liu hosted the Huading Film Awards at the Ricardo Montalban Theatre in Los Angeles. As China’s #1 film awards show, the Huading Awards chose to hold the international portion of the ceremony in Los Angeles this year—most likely so that celebrities don’t have to fly all the way to China to attend. Continue reading “Ageless Beauty Lucy Liu Stuns at the Huading Film Awards”
It’s May, which means two things: 1) it’s Asian American Heritage Month, and 2) it’s that time of the year for that one event where celebrities, designers, and really rich people pay upwards of $25,000 per ticket just to get in. Ladies and funky gentlemen, the Met Gala happened yesterday. Continue reading “It’s an Asian Take-Over at the 2014 Met Gala”