Whitney (26) also confirmed that her arch-rival on spin-off show The City, Olivia Palermo, was a genuine diva while they were filming."Olivia was not the nicest person ever. She was not so easy to work with, we don't keep in touch, that's for sure.
She's not someone I would spend my energy being friends with. Whitney, who has had a new fashion line Whitney Eve and appeared on Miriam O'Callaghan's talk show on Saturday night, also said she much prefers life off-camera now that The City has ended."It was very difficult.
editor-in-chief Anna Wintour's daughter, Bee Shaffer, Us Weekly can exclusively confirm.
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NYTimes: What's next for you at Editor-in-Chief] thinks [Lauren Conrad and I] are maybe getting too old for the magazine. The source said, "They were ordering drinks and talking very closely. Ben was being affectionate and making her laugh until they left at about 1 a.m." Will Ben play a big role in Whitney's New York based fashion reality show? And by "deeply constructive," we mean "a point-by-point indictment of Ben Lyons" — that proven archenemy of taste, restraint and decorum in an ever-thinning field of trained professionals.Nearly all of Ebert's rules seem like common sense to our minds — "Provide a sense of the experience," "No freebies," "A trailer is not a movie" (though the "Avoid trailers" rule seems a little dire for even our purist sensibilities) — but one in particular stands out toward the end: Formerly rotund critic Roger Ebert has sat through approximately one billion movies, so we supported him 100 percent when he walked out of a recent indie film after 8 minutes and gave it a bad review anyway.Entertainment Journalist Ben Lyons gives his take on the "it" factor.