Star Scoop: Kylie Jenner Inc., An Exclusive Look at Blake Lively’s New Film, Iggy Azalea is On Hold



After writing a YA thriller, dipping Bellami hair extensions in blue, and teaming with big sister Kendall Jenner for a PacSun collection, Kylie Jenner is expanding her omnipresence with a new beauty venture. The ubiquitous reality starlet is now the face of Nip + Fab, a London-based makeup and skincare brand. [Pret-a-Reporter]

We’re a month away from Blake Lively’s latest silver screen moment in Age of Adaline. The romance epic follows Lively as a woman who’s miraculously remained the same age—27—for more than 80 years. Glam got an exclusive look at one of nine Adaline Through the Ages “Character Posters,” capturing Adaline’s 1980s style and caught up with the film’s costume designer Angus Strathie. [Glam Buzz]

With “Fancy” chart toppers, a Steve Madden collaboration, and a slew of Twitter tantrums sprees, Iggy Azalea has managed to captivate audiences and headlines. Unfortunately, doing so on the world stage has been put on pause. Sources say the Aussie pop star has delayed her international tour due to “creative team availability and tour productions,” while others cite that she is “increasingly unresponsive to her management and refuses to engage in promotional activities.” It might be time for someone to get a new PR team, no?! [Vulture]

Uber is teaming up with UN Women to create jobs for 1 million women drivers by 2020. Fourteen percent of Uber’s current stateside drivers are women, and the company says its followup to the UberMilitary campaign will lead to “direct access to safe and equitable earning opportunities.” Even more reason to request a ride. [Mashable]

In news that comes as no surprise—or does it?—Madonna reveals that her first heartbreak wasn’t over a man, but a woman. A young woman. Her daughter. “Lourdes leaving for college was like the first heartbreak of my life,” she said in a sit-down with Extra. “I cried every night for weeks. I would go in her bedroom and lay on her bed and cry, it was terrible.” Presumably worse than this. [Extra TV]

The numbers are in and American Sniperwas the greatest film of 2014… at least in terms of box office success. The Oscar-nominated drama earned $337.2 million (and counting), beating out The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1 and Guardians of the Galaxy. [Vulture]

Lights, camera… live action! Tim Burton—of BeetlejuiceAlice in Wonderland, and Big Eyes fame—has been tapped to direct Disney’s live action adaptation of Dumbo. The film is the next in a series of adaptations for Disney; up next is Emma Watson-starrer Beauty and the Beast. [Variety]

HBO is cutting the cord. The premium network will launch streaming service HBO Now next month, exclusively on Apple, for just $14.99. So now, all you millennials can (finally!) stop sharing HBO Go passwords. [NPR]