Happy Friday VavaLovers!
April is just getting started and these celebs are already #BreakingTheInternet!
Beyonce and Blue Ivy “Stop the World” this week with an adorable pic of the twosome (literally) flossin on the stars IG account. The photo/video/ some might say “new single alert” of Beyonce and her mini me Blue rocking some seriously cool sunnies while maintaining their dental hygiene with ‘Flossin’ featuring Jay Z playing in the background. Earlier this week Jay Z annouced his partnership with Tidal (a music streaming service that will have exclusive access to select artists’ music). (@beyonce)
Here’s to another Billion! Singer turned designer Jessica Simpson continues to increase her JSC stock with another major closing with Sequential Brands. Sequential Brand Group is said to take more than 50% of stake in the JSC brand promising to increase sales by expanding to international markets and delevoping an e-commerce platform. Simpson still remains actively invovled in the design process and owns a significate amount in her namesake stock. (DailyMail)
The Kardashian brand continues to expand with another spinoff show executive produced by Kris Jenner, Khloe, Kourtney and Kim Kardashian. The spinoff titled, Dash Dolls will feature Khloe’s best friend Malika Haqq and her twin sister Khadijah, as well as other ‘young, fun and hot employees, as they navigate the hectic life of a twentysomething in Hollywood, while representing the Kardashian brand’ (think Vanderpump Rules). The deal is said to be worth $20Mil and air this fall on the E! network… Will you tune in? (Fashionista)
“The Duff” star Bella Thorne covers the May 2015 issue for Elle Canada rocking springs must-have by Tommy Hilfiger (seen above). Inside the mag, the Disney star opens up about critics slamming her fashion choices wanting her to dress like a “normal teenager.” Thorne responded by saying, “Well, you’re not letting me be that by calling me a slut because I’m wearing high-waisted shorts; you’re not letting me when you speculate about what I’m doing at Coachella. Teenagers go to Coachella; teenagers sometimes wear revealing clothes—it’s part of growing up and finding out who you are.” (FGR)