Fall faux pas covered up by warmer coat
Heavy coats will cover up celebs’ follies ]
don’t know about you, morsels, but we’re having serious “Game of Thrones” withdrawal at Chez Martini, and its being out of the running for Emmy awards tonight isn’t helping. There are the biweekly cosplay sessions, of course, and I remain hopeful that shouting “dracarys!” at my bearded dragons will toast the marshmallows eventually, but we want more. That’s where Manolo, my beloved Pom, comes in. Manolo will be my mole on set when the cast shoots the final season, giving me all the inside dirt. He’ll be disguised as part of Jon Snow’s fur cape. “What if I get smacked in a sword fight?” he squeaked. “Then play it for all it’s worth,” I said. There’s got to be an Emmy category for Best Puffy Tuft, Drama. Speaking of winners, there weren’t any in this week’s red-carpet and runway stakeout. Let me cheer up this Blue Dragon, and I’ll file my report:
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Whatever doctor bandaged Diane Kruger was in a festive mood, but a little slapdash. Get well soon.
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Sabrina Carpenter dear, that's not what they meant by `make a blanket statement.'
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Of all the head-of-lettuce nightgowns, Rachel McAdams has the nicest. A little wilted, though.
SMOKING Q Shanina Shaik believes in dressing for the weather. Here, she's fog at night.