Jourdan Dunn seems unbothered by Victoria’s Secret snub, so she hit up the beach for some fun. Meanwhile, model Jasmine Tookes dishes on what it was like to be the “IT” girl of the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. Plus, we have flicks of Halle Berry supporting a good cause. Pics and deets inside…
Model Jourdan Dunn didn’t hit the runway at Victoria’s Secret coveted fashion show in Paris on Wednesday night, but, she doesn’t seem bothered by it.
In fact, she likely wasn’t expecting an invite after she bashed the lingerie brand last year. The British bombshell slammed the brand on Twitter saying she was happy to NOT be walking in the show after Rihanna cancelled her performance.
Jourdan tweeted, “Feeling so much better about not doing BS…sorry I mean VS now that Rihanna isn’t doing it also.” She eventually deleted the tweet, but the damage had been done. Her tweet made waves on social media QUICK, so we know VS got wind of it.
Either way, she’s living life in the fab lane, nonetheless. The 26-year-old model hit the beach in Miami with her model friend Sigail Currie. She flossed her slim figure in a black floral two-piece while snapping beach selfies.
After some fun in the sun, Jourdan got dressed in all black to attend the American Express Platinum Collective afterparty held at the Faena Penthouse last night.
Now, a YBF model who did rip the runway for VS…
Jasmine Tookes was this year’s “IT” angel as she was chosen to rock the $3 million Victoria’s Secret Fantasy bra. Only the best of the best get chosen to rock that extra expensive ish.
The 25-year-old super model stopped by “CBS This Morning” in NYC today to dish on what it was like to wear the multi-million dollar bra during the biggest fashion show of the year.
Check it below:
In philanthropic news…
Hollywood veteran Halle Berry stepped out for a good cause last night.
The Revlon global ambassador (below, pictured with Revlon CEO Fabian Garcia) showed support at the brand’s 2nd Annual Revlon “LOVE IS ON Million Dollar Challenge” held at The Glasshouses in NYC last night. The exclusive cocktail party celebrated the top five fundraising charities from their record-breaking crowdfunding competition.
With over 150 women’s health organizations competing, Cancer Research Institute came in 1st place and was awarded the top $1 million donation from Revlon. The Challenge generated a total of $6.37 million in donations—more than double the amount raised in Revlon’s inaugural Challenge last year.
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