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Shut the front door. Mega music queens Cher and Mariah are set to tour Australia at the same time this year, and we are struggling to deal....

Cher and Mariah Carey will tour Australia at the same time

Shut the front door. Mega music queens Cher and Mariah are set to tour Australia at the same time this year, and we are struggling to deal.

Can you imagine an epic battle of the divas Down Under?

That’s exactly what’s happening come October 2018, when 71-year-old Cher and 48-year-old Mariah begin playing their shows with their tour dates overlapping here and there.

But fret not. It is absolutely possible to get tickets to both of their shows.

Cher will kick off her Aussie tour late September.

She’ll begin in Newcastle on September 26, before heading up to Queensland for a Brisbane show on September 28.

Next up will be lucky Melbourne, treated to a concert at Rod Laver Arena on October 3.

The final three dates of her tour are October 9 in Adelaide, October 12 in Perth, and last but not least, October 18 in Sydney.

As for Mariah, she’ll start her tour on October 10 in Melbourne. That’s a one-week gap between the shows for the Melbournians. Hallelujah!

She’ll then be off to Sydney for an October 12 show.

Now please excuse us while go and play some Cher and Mimi tracks on repeat.

We’ve just passed the halfway point of the year and already there have been a host of gasp-inducing, screamworthy, jump-out-of-your-chair-a...

The Year's Biggest TV Fireworks (So Far...)

We’ve just passed the halfway point of the year and already there have been a host of gasp-inducing, screamworthy, jump-out-of-your-chair-and-fling-your-remote-at-the-screen scenes that remind us we’re in the second Golden Age of Television. So many, in fact, that we can’t wait for December ? here are our 10 favorite firework moments of 2016 so far.

Lexa Is Shot ('The 100')
Lexa was one of a kind. A fierce warrior, she united the 12 grounder clans in an unprecedented coalition and forged a truce with Clarke and the Sky People. Lexa quickly became a favorite among fans, many of whom were happy to see an openly gay character on the show. Her death was shocking and unexpected — by accidental shooting after finally consummating her romance with Clarke. And though fans were in an uproar, Lexa's death was a seismic event with major repercussions on Clarke, on the grounders, and on the entire human population of Earth. — Kelly Woo

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Norman Kills Norma ('Bates Motel')
Sure, you were expecting "Mother" Norma Bates would meet her end at some point in the series, but not now, and not this way! Fed up with their failure to build a happy life running the motel, with his own mental illness, and his mom's new husband, Norman Bates lit the Bates' home's furnace, shut all the vents, and assumed he and Norma would succumb to carbon monoxide poisoning. She did; he lived, and this all happened in the penultimate episode of the series' penultimate season. The Season 4 finale, then, confirmed Norma's new death was no storyline trickery? she's really dead, and Norman has already brought her body back to their home, so they can continue to live as (dead) mother and son. We can't wait to see what strange, wonderful, and always darkly hilarious twists the Bates gang cooks up for its final season. — Kimberly Potts

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Battle of the Bastards (‘Game of Thrones’)
Sansa warned Jon that Ramsay wouldn't follow conventional battle etiquette when the Stark forces faced down the Bolton army on the fields outside Winterfell. But did he listen to his sister? Of course not. And Jon's mistake very nearly costs him the fight, until Sansa helps him snatch victory from the jaws of defeat in fist-pumping fashion. We wouldn't have wanted to have been anywhere near that battlefield, but viewed from the comfort of our couches the "Battle of the Bastards" instantly joins our list of Game of Thrones' biggest and best action sequences. — Ethan Alter 


The Slap Heard 'Round the World ('The Good Wife')
Alicia Florrick is ride or die for her family, even her cheating, shady husband. Hey, it's right there in the title of the show! She stood by him during his first scandal, and she stands by him again during the second one (even though their marriage is long dead). There's nothing she won't do to protect her family, even if it means betraying her friend and mentor, Diane Lockhart. In return, Diane slaps her. It's a stunning moment showing just how much Alicia has changed since she was that meek victim in the glare of the cameras. — KW

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White House Down (‘House of Cards’)
Considering his long list of enemies, it's perhaps not a huge shock that someone would take a shot at President Frank Underwood. What is surprising is how close this particular assassination attempt came to succeeding. The bullets fired by disgraced journalist Lucas Goodwin put Frank in a hallucination-filled coma and his favorite Secret Service agent, Edward Meechum, six feet under. Fortunately, POTUS pulled through, which was a huge relief: After all, as much as we're supposed to hate him, we can't imagine an America (or House of Cards) without Frank Underwood. — EA

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White House Down (‘House of Cards’)
Considering his long list of enemies, it's perhaps not a huge shock that someone would take a shot at President Frank Underwood. What is surprising is how close this particular assassination attempt came to succeeding. The bullets fired by disgraced journalist Lucas Goodwin put Frank in a hallucination-filled coma and his favorite Secret Service agent, Edward Meechum, six feet under. Fortunately, POTUS pulled through, which was a huge relief: After all, as much as we're supposed to hate him, we can't imagine an America (or House of Cards) without Frank Underwood. — EA

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Duel of the Fates (‘Outlander’)
Visiting King Louis on a mission of mercy –springing Jamie from his jail cell — Claire winds up having to pass judgment on two other men: her friend Master Raymond and her nemesis, the Comte St. Germain. Relying on her quick mind and 20th century know-how, she concocts a fake poison to test their guilt or innocence to the charges of sorcery. But her best laid schemes, to quote a certain Scottish poet, go awry in highly dramatic fashion. — EA

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Everything You Wanted to Know About Horse Sex, But Was Afraid to Ask (‘Silicon Valley’)
Since Silicon Valley's quintet of tech geniuses very rarely get laid themselves (Gilfoyle excepted), the show has to look elsewhere when it wants to, in the immortal words of Borat, make sexy time. And things definitely got X-rated in the second episode when Richard became an accidental witness to an intense horse breeding session. "They cut around even more gross stuff," Thomas Middleditch told us. That means that Silicon Valley could be the first HBO sitcom to win an AVN Award. — EA

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Mike's Punching Bag ('Suits')
When Mike first got arrested for fraud (you know, for being a fake lawyer), it seemed impossible that he'd actually go to jail. Surely, he'd find a legal loophole. Or Harvey would intimidate someone. Or Donna would Donna. But instead, Mike takes a plea deal, against Harvey's advice — though the jury would've found him innocent. When Harvey needles him about how Rachel will fare while he's gone, Mike loses it and POW! He starts punching his mentor, each hit adding to the realization that he's about to go to prison. — KW

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Glenn Dies… Oops, No, He’s Alive ('The Walking Dead')
TWD fans were crushed when it looked like Glenn, the beloved former pizza boy who has become one of the series' most consistently selfless, heroic apocalypse survivors, had fallen into a pit of hangry walkers as his thanks for helping hapless coward Nicholas. There was a dumpster nearby, and Nicholas's dead body — after he shot himself — had fallen on top of Glenn? was it Nicholas's body the walkers were chomping on, then? Could Glenn have possibly scooched to safety underneath that dumpster? Viewers treated the "Thank You" episode footage like the Zapruder film, watching and re-watching from every angle, and even measuring the space beneath real-life dumpster in hopes of proving Glenn could have survived. And after nearly a month of speculation, it was revealed Glenn had hidden under the trash bin, he had managed to avoid being chomped on, and the show had pulled off a pretty major cliffhanger. Of course, that only served to fuel viewer disappointment and outrage when the writers went back to the cliffhanger well for the Season 6 finale cliffhanger with Negan, but the Glenn non-death remains one of the year's boldest TV twists. — KP

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We’ve just passed the halfway point of the year and already there have been a host of gasp-inducing, scream worthy, and jump-out-of-your-ch...

The Year’s Biggest TV Fireworks (So Far...)

We’ve just passed the halfway point of the year and already there have been a host of gasp-inducing, scream worthy, and jump-out-of-your-chair-and-fling-your-remote-at-the-screen scenes that remind us we’re in the second Golden Age of Television. So many, in fact, that we can’t wait for December to round them all up, so here are our 10 favorite firework moments of 2017 so far.

Hannah Commits Suicide (’13 Reasons Why’)
Netflix courted controversy with the 13-episode series about Hannah Baker (Katherine Langford), a teenager who commits suicide after leaving taped messages explaining what (and who) caused her to do it. Angry parents and suicide prevention groups slammed the series for how it handled the sensitive subject both before and after the teen character’s death, while others were upset over an extremely graphic scene that showed Hannah slashing her wrists in a bathtub. Still, the show caused enough fireworks to get renewed for Season 2. — Victoria Miller

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Rachel Tells DeMario to GTFO (‘The Bachelorette’)
We’ve seen Bachelorettes send suitors packing without a rose ceremony, but this is the first time we saw a star of the ABC franchise tell a guy to get the eff out. When Bachelorette star Rachel Lindsay found out DeMario Jackson didn’t dump his hometown girlfriend before courting her in front of ABC’s cameras, she was beyond pissed. The ghosted ex showed up in the middle of a group date, and Rachel later let DeMario have it in one of “the most dramatic” F-bomb-filled Bachelorette banishings ever. DeMario went on to find even more drama on Bachelor in Paradise, but you probably won’t ever see that scene play out on ABC. — VM

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Oh, Brother (‘Bates Motel’)
Big brother Dylan couldn’t save Norman from their smother, Norma, but Dylan was the one who granted Norman Bates‘s last wish: that he be reunited with Norma. Tragically, that required Dylan to shoot him — in self-defense, as Norman came at him with a knife — and hold Norman in his arms as he died, thanking Dylan as he drew his last breaths, just a few feet from dead Norma’s long-preserved body. Creepy? Yes. The perfect ending? Yes, especially since the deaths of his dysfunctional family provided the only chance Dylan had to forge a successful life of his own with wife Emma and daughter Kate. — Kimberly Potts

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Chuck Amuck (‘Better Call Saul’)
Other people realizing the truth about his electromagnetic sensitivity wasn’t the only cause of Chuck McGill’s breakdown in ‘Chicanery’; it also forced him to acknowledge that this — thing — that had ruled his life, tarnished his professional reputation, and made his life so small and closed off from the rest of the world was actually a product of his own mind. The scene — which featured one of the best performances of the year from Michael McKean — led to tragic consequences just five episodes later, and, it’s a safe bet, will continue to reverberate all the way to Jimmy McGill’s final descent into his full-on Saul Goodman persona. — KP

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The Party Fall (‘Big Little Lies’)
The question of who died and how at the school’s trivia night fundraiser loomed over the entire season of Big Little Lies. Finally, the big night came in the finale — cue the emotional fireworks. Celeste’s plan to leave her marriage was discovered by abusive husband Perry, who angrily confronted her at the party. Madeline and Renata leapt to her defense, but the shocker was Bonnie running into the scene to push Perry down the stairs (and onto a construction spike). That’s what friends are for. —Kelly Woo

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Party Stopper (‘Dear White People’)
Tensions were already running high when Winchester U. campus cops enter a house party where Reggie is taking a white friend to task for uttering the “N” word. Rather than de-escalate the situation, the officer only makes it worse by pulling a gun on the outspoken black student who is atypically stunned into silence. It’s an unbearably tense and timely moment where the real world intrudes on this collegiate bubble, and gives all the students on campus — both white and black —
a common cause to protest as the rest of the season unfolds. —Ethan Alter

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Pain in the Glass (‘Fargo’)
The McGill brothers of Better Call Saul weren’t this year’s only tragic twosome among TV siblings. Fargo Season 3 brothers Emmit and Ray Stussy each expressed a desire to end their bitter rivalry — sparked by a valuable stamp collection bequeathed to Ray by their father, but sneakily procured by Emmit — throughout the season. Pride, greed, and stubbornness kept the two apart, until the far, far more successful Emmit finally tried to return the most valuable stamp, encased in a glass frame, to his younger bro. But decades of mistrust were too much to overcome, and during a struggle, the frame slipped, the glass cracked, and a shard punctured Ray’s jugular, leaving Emmit watching as his hapless sibling bled to death. The stamp? Emmit later tossed it — the cause of so much alienation and death — to the ground, like a piece of useless garbage, as his life continued to spiral out of control. — KP

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BFFs No More (‘Girls’)
It is a truth universally acknowledged that good friends grow apart as they grow up. So it goes with Soshanna and Hannah, with the latter cutting the former out of her life to the point where Hannah didn’t even realize that Sosh had gotten engaged. While Marnie attempts to play peacekeeper between the battling buddies, it’s fairly clear that the Girls foursome is splitsville. Just as well: We can’t picture Sosh enjoying Hannah’s rural upstate digs. — EA

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They’re Not in the Good Place (‘The Good Place’)
With a show this sweet, yet slyly subversive, the one thing you don’t expect is to have the rug pulled out from under you after an entire season. Eleanor and company bring all their earthly insecurities into Heaven, only to find that old Sartre had it right: They’re actually in Hell and Hell is other people. It’s shocking, but also makes complete sense. Through Eleanor’s struggles to be a better person, we slowly learn that everything seemingly good is actually awful. While The Good Place had a grim view of the afterlife, it was a surprisingly optimistic view of human nature. —Robert Clarke-Chan


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Grey Sloan Memorial Goes Boom (‘Grey’s Anatomy’)
The Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital has been almost everything, from blackouts to shootings. The season 13 finale rocked the hospital with a new trauma: an explosion and resulting fire. Patients had to be evacuated, doctors had to treat them in the parking lot, and all while Dr. Stephanie Edwards was trying to save herself and a little girl. Edwards braved the flames and got burned for her heroic efforts — but the near-death experience led her to quit medicine to travel around the world. —KW


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Living on the Edge (‘The Handmaid’s Tale’)
Hell hath no fury like a Handmaid scorned. After being forced to give up her eye, her freedom, her body and, worst of all, her infant daughter to her jailers in Gilead, Janine lashes back in The Handmaid’s Tale‘s penultimate episode. Reclaiming her child from her lying lover, Warren, Janine makes it clear that she prefers a watery oblivion to life in this “godly” society. In the end, it’s up to Offred to tell Janine just how much she matters to the world, if not this misguided republic. Her words aren’t enough to pull Janine back from the ledge, but they do ensure that her act of brave defiance will resonate going forward. — EA

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Quinn’s (Final) Death (‘Homeland’)
He survived being shot (several times). He survived a brain hemorrhage. He survived poison freaking gas! It seemed like Peter Quinn was immortal, but he finally ran out of his nine million lives in the season 6 finale. Always the hero, Quinn drove through a line of fire to save the lives of Carrie and the president-elect. One bullet? Not a problem. Only a hailstorm of bullets could bring Quinn down. —KW

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Rayna Dies (‘Nashville’)
Nashville‘s country music queen already survived one terrible car crash — fate wasn’t going to let her survive another one. After escaping the clutches of a maniac stalker, a relieved Rayna was on her way home when — bam! She made it to the hospital, but her injuries were too severe. At least she got to say goodbye to her true love, Deacon. It was the day country music died. —KW

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Best Picture Mixup (The 89th Annual Academy Awards)
In February, movie lovers witnessed a history-making live TV moment when an envelope mishap at the Oscars resulted in presenter Faye Dunaway announcing the wrong winner for the evening’s most important category. After Dunaway announced La La Land as the winner for Best Picture, producers for the musical rom-com film were interrupted mid-spiel and told they actually didn’t win. Oops. Lala Land producer Jordan Horowitz graciously handed over the trophy to the real winner, Moonlight, while host Jimmy Kimmel tried to lighten the mood by blaming Steve Harvey for the whole mess. — VM

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Jason Blossom’s Killer Is Unmasked (‘Riverdale’)
Forget “Who killed Laura Palmer?” The question on everyone’s lips for the first half of 2017 was, “Who killed Jason Blossom?” The list of suspects behind the murder of Riverdale High’s King Bee was as long as the standing ovation following a Josie and the Pussycats concert. As with Laura, it ultimately proved to be a case of filicide, with Jason’s father, Clifford, doing the bloody deed. Unlike Ray Palmer, he didn’t have an evil demon to blame it on — unless it emerges that he was possessed by that pesky spirit known as MSH (Maple Syrup Hunger). — EA

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Mary Is Killed (‘Sherlock’)
John Watson’s wife has a murky past, but it’s her desire for a future that proves her undoing. Sherlock promises to protect Mary and John from her vengeful ex-mercenary teammate, but his over-confidence goads the real threat — an unassuming secretary who is the actual mastermind — into shooting Sherlock. Mary leaps in front of the bullet, knowing it’s the only way to protect John and their daughter from a never-ending stream of past misdeeds coming back to haunt them, leaving John to blame Sherlock for her death. —RCC

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Jack and Rebecca’s Explosive Fight (‘This Is Us’)
The first season finale of This is Us showed an ugly side of TV’s favorite throwback couple. The Pearsons’ perfect marriage cracked in the episode “Moonshadow,” when Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) threw shade at wife Rebecca (Mandy Moore) and her singing career, describing her as “40-year-old woman singing covers in a pub.” In return, Becks called out Jack’s “convenient” bouts of alcoholism that only seemed to crop up when she took a minute for herself. The blistering scene was shot in one long take and paved the way for the couple’s heartbreaking decision to give their marriage some air. — VM

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The President Is an Alien (‘Supergirl’)
Supergirl is steeped in the tradition and 80+ year history of DC Comics, and the writers delight in references both obscure and grandiose. Casting Lynda Carter as the president counts as the latter. Who wouldn’t want Wonder Woman as president? But it goes deeper than that; early in the season, we see her face flicker briefly, revealing that she’s a shapeshifting alien. Here to destroy us? No, to help guide us away from the fate that befell her planet. The layers of identity — woman, alien, refugee — all feed into one of the show’s primary themes: that we’re stronger together. —RCC

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Dougie Kicks Ass (‘Twin Peaks’)
“Dougie” has been a source of increasing frustration for Twin Peaks fans this season. We’re forced to watch Agent Cooper trapped in an addled, childlike state as his evil doppelganger continues to wreak havoc. But in a very Lynchian moment of surprising violence, Dougie/Cooper leaps into action, thrusting his wife aside to protect her from a gun-toting assassin. “Squeeze his hand off!” screams the electric tree from the Black Lodge, and Dougie/Cooper does — squeezing so hard that the police have to peel off a chunk of Ike’s hand fused to the gun’s grip. Agent Cooper, we knew you were in there somewhere. —RCC

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Flying Tiger (‘The Walking Dead’)
Just as Carl was about to lose his head — literally — and Rick was about to lose his hands to Negan and Lucille, Ezekiel’s pet tiger Shiva saved the day in The Walking Dead Season 7 finale. Negan was already into his batter’s stance and beginning his swing when Shiva flew out of nowhere and began her nosh of what appeared to be a tasty Savior soldier’s head. Her surprise attack allowed Ezekiel, Carol, Daryl, Maggie, and the rest of the anti-Negan faction to ride into Alexandria and put an end — until Season 8, anyway — to the Saviors latest attempt to control Rick and company. — KP

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Some people might take the opportunity to unplug on their honeymoons, but Emily Ratajkowski isn't one of them. For one, the model and a...

Emily Ratajkowski Posts Another Nude Photo From Honeymoon in Thirst-Trap Spree

Some people might take the opportunity to unplug on their honeymoons, but Emily Ratajkowski isn't one of them. For one, the model and actress announced almost a month ago that she had quietly married her boyfriend of just a few weeks in a low-key courthouse ceremony in New York City. While celebrating her new marriage, Ratajkowski brought her 16.8 million Instagram followers with her to the high-end Utah resort Amangiri, previously seen on the feed of Kim Kardashian.

By the looks of the photos she's shared, Ratajkowski's honeymoon consisted of gorgeous sunsets, dips in a private pool, and a photoshoot with her husband, Sebastian Bear-McClard. Ratajkowski posted pictures from that shoot, confirming that even though her marital status has changed, her thirst-trappy ways never will. In the latest photo, she wears nothing aside from a straw hat. "Posing for my husband like," reads the cheeky caption for the photo, where Ratajkowski cleverly censors her body.

It was Rose McGowan who started the trend with a chain number she wore for the 1998 MTV Video Music Awards. The risque dress, entirely made...

Naked dress: Classy or tasteless?

It was Rose McGowan who started the trend with a chain number she wore for the 1998 MTV Video Music Awards. The risque dress, entirely made of intricate black beads, was as good as the ‘Emperor’s new cloth’, putting her entire body on display.

Flash-forward twenty-tens, fashion has become multidimensional, with curves taking up space in the mainstream. Beyonce, JLo, Kim Kardashian, the curvaceous sirens are embracing the power of their sexulaity by daring to bare, and the naked dress is their medium to assert the same in a tasteful way.

At the Met Gala this year, Queen Bey, JLo and Kim turned heads with their sheer apparel, that showed off their well proportioned figures.

Some call it classy, while others find it tasteless – the world is divided in opinion when it comes to the naked dress, howbeit, everyone agrees that it is only meant for women who are body-confident.

Naked dress is for those who boast of a statuesque figure. With the bosom, derriere, midriff and thighs on display, it’s hard to conceal cellulite or spills in a dress that leaves no room for imagination.

The haute couture naked dress we see on the red carpet, is of little use unlike other designer apparel. While talking about her iconic dress back then, Rose McGowan mentioned how she had to kneel in the limo on her way to the programme, to avoid beads from leaving a mark on her flesh.

When hip hop artist Amber Rose adopted McGowan’s bold look at the MTV VMA last year, she drew flak, and her look was regarded indecorous than sexy; on the contrary, JLo and Beyonce’s naked look at the MET gala had many admirers.

Whether you like the naked dress or not, beyond doubt, these hand-sewn, intricate gowns embellished with jewels and beads can be regarded a work of art!

Photos: Nearly naked red carpet looks (Images: AFP/Getty)







Anja Rubik kept the white Anthony Vaccarello dress she wore to the Met Gala in 2012, because she has a "sentimental" connection t...

Anja Rubik's 2012 Met Gala dress has pride of place in her closet

Anja Rubik kept the white Anthony Vaccarello dress she wore to the Met Gala in 2012, because she has a "sentimental" connection to it.

The 34-year-old Polish model hit headlines when she arrived at the fashion event wearing the daring gown, which featured a split so high it showed off her protruding hip bone. It was one of the outfits that really put Anja on the map, and in a new interview with W magazine, she admitted that six years later, it still has pride of place in her closet.

Asked to name the most prized possession in her wardrobe, Anja replied: "The white dress I wore to the Met Gala in 2012 designed by Anthony Vaccarello. It’s a one of a kind; he was asked to replicate it many times but always refused. It’s also a very sentimental piece, because it was at the beginning of my friendship with Anthony, and the first dress I asked him to make for me."

Since then, Anja's relationship with Yves Saint Laurent creative director Vaccarello has flourished. She also opted for a piece from the designer for the Met Gala the following year, and cites the red ensemble as her favourite ever red carpet look.

Questioned about her most beloved red carpet look and the reasons why it's her favourite, Anja responded: "Anthony Vaccarello’s red leather dress that I wore to the Met Gala in 2013; the theme of the gala was punk, so I decided to go a bit glam punk. Also the black short Saint Laurent dress I wore in Cannes on the red carpet last year. Both chic but with some wild element."

Anja hopes her daring sense of style will help make her into something of a fashion icon herself. But in the meantime, she has a wide array of stylish women to look to for wardrobe inspiration.

"In general, I appreciate women with a strong sense of self and individuality. PJ Harvey, Patti Smith, Debbie Harry, Jane Birkin..." she listed while naming her ultimate style icons.

Cara Delevingne poses topless next to wild Lion Cara Delevingne Tag campaign British model Cara Delevingne has teamed up with watch bran...

Cara Delevingne poses topless next to wild Lion

Cara Delevingne poses topless next to wild Lion

Cara Delevingne Tag campaign
British model Cara Delevingne has teamed up with watch brand TAG Heuer and designed their brand new campaign “Don’t Crack Under Pressure,” channeling her inner self as the overall theme. Source: David Yarrow/TAG

Cara Delevingne Tag campaign
In the presence of lions, Cara demonstrates her strength and humility. Source: David Yarrow/TAG

Cara Delevingne Tag campaign
The stunning campaign was shot by well-known photographer David Yarrow, who is famous for capturing the beauty of endangered animals. Source: David Yarrow/TAG

Emily Ratajkowski is known for her killer model body and her long brunette locks. However, it seems she’s trying a potential new look for...

Emily Ratajkowski doesn't look like this anymore

Emily Ratajkowski is known for her killer model body and her long brunette locks.

However, it seems she’s trying a potential new look for this year’s Met Gala.

The model has a new brunette pixie cut.

It’s definitely a far cry from what we’re all used to seeing her look like, but we kind of dig it. She definitely pulls it off.

However, it seems she’s not brave enough to take the permanent plunge to the short hairdo just yet as she clarified it was just a wig.

The 26-year-old showed off her new hairstyle on Instagram on Monday, teasing her followers as to what look she may be rocking on the red carpet for the Met Gala.

“Didn’t work out for tonight butttt…stay tuned!” Em captioned her Instagram. 

We’ll just have to wait and see what look she does rock on the red carpet.

One thing’s for sure, it’ll be nothing short of spectacular no matter what hairstyle she goes for.

Most stars showed up to the 2018 Met Gala in costume-esque dramatic outfits-except Miley Cyrus. The star, who’s known for her eccentric out...

Miley Cyrus's Met Gala Dress Dips Dangerously Low

Most stars showed up to the 2018 Met Gala in costume-esque dramatic outfits-except Miley Cyrus. The star, who’s known for her eccentric outfits, walked the red carpet in a rather classic Hollywood dress. She wore a black gown with a plunging neckline and mermaid-style train, and left her hair tousled in gentle waves. When Miley turned around for the cameras, however, her dress got instantly sexier. The back dipped so low, it almost seemed like a wardrobe malfunction. But, we know this LBD is just Miley being Miley.



Miley's only nod to the theme (Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination) were her dangling cross earrings, and layers of necklaces featuring religious iconography.