I told him he not to we ar that. But he definitely doesn’t listen to me all the time. What’s the matter? I think I left my phone… Where? I don’t know… Is it in the car? I don’t know I think I left it at work Are you serious? don’t worry, just go back
*giggles* have you ever seen me do my intro? yeah first time we – it’s really awkward hello, my beautiful people! what is up? it’s keara and sarah! my girl-girl and today we’re gonna be doing a really fun video so basically on instagram, we posted these photos of us dressed up in each others’
go ahead and touch up my lips because Mellie coming up I’m Kourtney Qaddafi welcome into QVC it is our big style stock up and save event and I think this is the last day this is it because I know tomorrow wait tomorrow’s Sunday what day is it this is the last day of
Backstage at a gay nightclub in Israel. Some of the most provocative performers in the Middle East are getting ready to take the stage. They’re part of a thriving LGBTQ community here in Tel Aviv. And they have something to say. Good night! Girls, ladies, all those in between. Hi, hello! Do you want them
Oh my gosh, hello! Another episode of First Person is coming right at your face. (Music) Today’s episode is all about fashion. We are going to be sitting down and talking with Nicolette Mason Rae Tutera and Arabelle Sicardi, three really important queer people in the fashion industry. Fashion is huge, it isn’t just what
Andrew Bolton: The exhibition is called Camp: Notes on Fashion, and it’s inspired by Susan Sontag’s 1964 essay “Notes on Camp” that, in a way, outlined the elements or characteristics of camp: irony, humor, parody, theatricalization, excess, extravagance, exaggeration. The first half of the exhibition does trace the origins of camp. The introduction is a
Glen: Welcome to Daytime. I’m Glen Dixon. Val: Hi, I’m Val Cole. Glen: Today’s show, we have a great show coming up. We have got the nominee for an independent soap award : “Out With Dad” Val: Really cool show. Glen: Really cool show. It’s a webisode. They’re doing webisodes. They’ve finished their first series
Narrator 1: This year, The Met Costume Institute’s spring exhibition is all about camp. What exactly is camp? Camp has deep historical precedent. The word first appeared in the era of Louis XIV . . . Narrator 2: Camp, verb. Camp about on one leg, strut like a comedy king. Narrator 1: . . .