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hear zooey deschanel’s new song with prince!
Back in January, Prince rocked New Girl--in more ways than one. Not only did the iconic musician play himself on the show, but he also teamed up with Zooey Deschanel on a track. Even though we heard a snippet of the song in the episode, that's clearly not enough...and now the full version has landed. So what are you waiting for? Check out "FALLINLOVE2NITE" here. (Consequence of Sound)
Lottie Moss, AKA Kate Moss' little sister, spills on her newfound modeling success and growing up with a supermodel sibling. Stuff we learned from her newest interview in Teen Vogue? She loves The Hills ( "I find it so funny--Heidi and Spencer"), she got into modeling because of Kate, and her most prized possession is the dress she wore to *that* wedding. "[My favorite thing is] the bridesmaid dress I got for Kate's wedding, which is Stella McCartney," she said. (Grazia UK)
With only two more episodes left until the season three finale, we're soaking up every last bit of Girls we can get. So when Lena Dunham and the rest of the cast attended a Television Academy event this week, they dropped some major hints about what's up next. For instance, the last ep is titled "Two Plane Rides," but nobody actually gets on a plane. According to Dunham, the title came from a line of Marnie's that was eventually cut. Oh, and on a scale of 1-10, just how worried should we be that Hannah and Adam are going to break up?! Dunham puts it best: "You should be at an eight of worried for the characters all the time." See it all go down on the finale on March 23. (The Hollywood Reporter)
Karlie Kloss is the new face of L'Oreal!
Taking a page from Burberry,
the beauty brand gave a sneak peek via
of the new campaign, which stars Kloss alongside regular faces
Liya Kebede and Lara Stone. (Style.com)
This new Stussy collab with Jules Kim is so awesome, it's worth cleaning out your jewelry drawer for. Get a first look in the gallery, then head here to stock up. (Stussy)
Remember The Help? The movie's director, Taylor Tate, has a new film on the agenda based on the life of musician and "Godfather of Soul" James Brown. Judging from the Get On Up trailer here, it looks pretty damn awesome. Watch below and let us know if you think it'll live up to Brown's legacy. (Huffington Post)