Star Scoop: Kim K Goes For the Wet-Hair Look, Pippa Speaks Out About Her Backside, Paul Rudd Pleads “Don’t Stop Me Now” in Lip Sync Battle With Jimmy Fallon


It looks like Kendall Jenner wasn’t the only member of the Kardashian clan to take a few notes from the NYFW runways. While out and about in New York, Kim K decided to experiment with the wet-hair trend we saw everywhere this season. The question of whether or not Kim pulls it off isn’t exactly the one we’re asking here – really, we’re just not sure this look was meant to be worn on the street at all. [The Cut]

Though our eyes were peeled for Princess Kate on the day of the Royal Wedding, the bride’s sister stole a little bit of the spotlight for herself with a slim-fitted white gown that showcased her derrière. Pippa Middleton spoke about that, um, experience at an event in London, pointing out that “recognition has its upside, its downside and—you may say—its backside.” Yep, pretty much. [People]

Not only is Jimmy Fallon killing it on his new post as the Tonight Show host, but his guests are, too. On Tuesday night’s show, Fallon challenged guest Paul Rudd to a lip sync battle, which the latter promptly won with his rendition of Freddie Mercury. No, Paul, we weren’t planning on stopping you anytime soon. [Vulture]

Lena Dunham traded her Brooklyn digs for an adventure-filled visit to cartoon land. In her appearance as Betty on the animated series Adventure Time, Dunham ends up saving the day and stealing the show. It doesn’t exactly sound like her alter-ego Hannah Horvath, but it does confirm, once again, that Dunham is an artistic force to be reckoned with. [Refinery29]

In other Girls news, Adam Driver is reported to be making a villainous appearance in “Star Wars: Episode VII.” No details about Driver’s role have been confirmed yet, but the highly anticipated installment of the classic space age story will open in theaters December 8, 2015. Given his kooky (and often, weirdly sexy) role on Girls, we can’t wait to see Driver’s interpretation of a man who comes from a galaxy far, far, away. [Variety]

Jared Leto, aka King of the Man-Bun, has big hair plans for Oscar night. The nominee and his hairstylist, Chase Kusero “were going to shock everybody and show up for the Academy Awards with a haircut, but it’s looking so good that we don’t really want to cut it.” All we can say is PLEASE DON’T! We would much prefer to see Leto sporting a (speculated) side-parted low bun. Long live the man bun! [Into the Gloss]