Celebrity Twitterwatch: All Shook Up! Plus Rachel’s Dads on “Glee” and the Wit and Wisdom of Eddie McClintock

While as a celebrity, you may have a stylist for events and your shows, sometimes you have to dress yourself. The decisions you make can often make or break you.

The incomparable Dita Von Teese

Honestly, I have nothing but respect for Dita Von Teese, who really does seem to be one of the last practitioners of the true art of burlesque. I can’t imagine what it’s like for her to see trashy pop starlets try and lay claim to your art. Plus, I’ve had the same nightmare.

We love us some Eddie McClintock around here, a big beefy guy who’s not afraid to take off his shirt and strut. But that doesn’t mean we give him a pass on anything, and he knows the rules of the internet: Pics, or it didn’t happen. Please let it happen.

Abercrombie & Fitch made news last week for offering money to the cast of the Jersey Shore, and The Situation specifically, to stop wearing their clothes. Mo Rocca, the gay man with the most appropriate name ever, explained why image was so important to the company.

It’s been a while since we’ve seen Sammy Huntington on our televisions, getting naked while he transforms into a werewolf on Being Human USA. And werewolves are notorious for having wardrobe issues. Well, except for those Twilight wolves with the magic clothes. So he’s got a point about the shoes, though I bet they come off quickly when you’re about to become a wolf.

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