WILLOW SMITH HAS BEEN NAMED THE NEW FACE OF CHANEL!

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Fifteen year-old daughter of Will and Jada, Willow can now add Couture Muse to her resume. Willow was spotted front row with her mother at the recent Chanel runway show and set social media on fire.

Her officially being named the new “face” of Chanel comes mere weeks after brother Jaden scored an ad campaign with Louis Vuitton. Looks like the Couture Gods love them some Smith children. Girl… can you hook our LSDivas up with a little sweater or something?

#Chanel #WillowSmith

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MAN CRUSH MONDAY GOES TO DANIEL GALVIN, JR.

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Celebrity hair stylist, Daniel Galvin, Jr., whose father coiffed Princess Diana’s head, used his boxing skills to fight off a mugger this weekend. Blessed with more than just killer good looks, Galvin, who was savagely attacked outside his London Salon, fought off the would be mugger.

After being jumped and bitten multiple times by his attacker, Daniel’s boxing pedigree kicked in and he was able to subdue the perpetrator until authorities arrived. Galvin couldn’t believe the aggressiveness in which he was attacked and showed off several bite marks. But dare we say if we came across this hottie in a dark alley we might want to take a bite too.

#MCM

MITCH McCONNELL: CAUGHT BETWEEN A ROCK AND A HARD PLACE

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After the final votes for 2016’s Super Tuesday contest were counted, two very different themes emerged. One, Hillary Clinton’s 7/11 victory over Sanders has all but cleared a path to the Democratic Nomination. Two, Donald Trump’s 7/11 win has leaders in the GOP trying to figure out how to stop him.

Just days before voting, Trump seemed to waver in an interview about whether or not he disavowed support from the KKK and white supremacist, David Duke. Senate Majority leader, Mitch McConnell, seeing the damage Donald has inflicted on the Republican party, immediately denounced the GOP frontrunner for his slow-moving disavowal and “seeming ambivalence about David Duke and the KKK.”

McConnell suggested there is no place for the Ku Klux Klan, David Duke or racism in the GOP. But where were these comments when it was clear Trump’s rallies were full of white supremacists? Why wasn’t there criticism of the subtle and overt prejudice President Obama faced with both the birther and Muslim attacks that dogged both his Presidential campaigns? Was that all just politics as usual?

After Obama’ second term win, the GOP establishment specifically spoke on the need to increase minority membership. Now, however, the “subtle” racism of the GOP of the past has been replaced with the overt racist commentary of Trump and his supporters. And McConnell now finds himself in the unenviable position of criticizing someone who’s simply revealing what the GOP has stood for all along.

#GOP vs. #Trump