Gwyneth Paltrow Singing Broadway Versions of Hip-Hop Hits Is Awkward and Amazing

GOOP founder, sometimes actress, and professional conscious uncoupler Gwyneth Paltrow took a break from her ongoing feud with Martha Stewart last night to belt out some rap-inspired show tunes with Jimmy Fallon, reminding us in the process that, oh yeah, she's actually a really talented performer. Of course, this isn't the first time Paltrow and Fallon have teamed up for some seriously silly musical stylings, as anyone who remembers the duo's Mindy and Sky skit from SNL knows, but we've never had the pleasure of hearing Paltrow sing anything quite like Big Sean's "I Don't F*ck With You" before. see more

Let Victoria's Secret Models Help Ease the Pain of Your First Day Back in the Office

As you hunker down and brace for a cold snap, mourning the passing of your beloved holiday vacation, we come bearing a gift. In the video below—courtesy of Victoria's Secret and featuring the brand's 2015 swimwear collection—it's always warm and there are always beautiful women frolicking on beaches. Because it's always summer somewhere, right? • • • Also on Details.com: It's Alison Brie's Time to Shine That Time the Entire World Fell in Love With Kerry Washington Naomi Campbell Is Ageless, Flawless in Her New Campaign see more

Alexander Wang's New Denim Campaign Has Our Attention

The denim market is a crowded one. So it's tricky to figure out how, exactly, to penetrate a business that already has everything from iconic labels like Levi's to cult favorites like A.P.C. Unless, of course, you're Alexander Wang. Then you launch a denim line with these . . . eye-catching images (shot by visual provocateur Steven Klein). That's certainly one way to get some attention. We're intrigued, and the new release isn't even for guys. As of now, it's women's-only. Still, you have these pictures as a consolation prize. see more

Let's Talk Briefly About the 2015 Pirelli Calendar

What's left to be said about the 2015 Pirelli calendar? Not much. So we won't waste time talking about how this year's photographer, Steven Meisel, is a genius, or that his subjects are some of the most gorgeous women in the world (Gigi Hadid is seen above, but he also photographed modeling heavyweights Joan Smalls, Sasha Luss, Anna Ewers, Carolyn Murphy, Candice Huffine, Cameron Russell, Isabeli Fontana, Adriana Lima, Raquel Zimmerman, Karen Elson, and Natalia Vodianova). And we're not even going to go near the fact that Meisel, his team, and the supermodels depicted in various states of undress did see more

Friendly Reminder: The Girl From "Blurred Lines" Is Still Really Hot

In fact, if it's even humanly possible, she might have gotten even hotter. see more

What in the Hell is Going On in Adam Levine's New Music Video?

Maroon 5 front man Adam Levine enlists the talents of his model wife Behati Prinsloo for his latest video, Animal. see more

Boardwalk Empire's Kelly Macdonald Can't Believe Margaret Schroeder Is Still Alive

Kelly Macdonald doesn't give away too much about herself. She's not the kind of actress you're likely to find being followed by TMZ cameras or caught drunk in front of some trendy nightclub. Much like the characters she plays—including Boardwalk Empire's Margaret Thompson (née Schroeder)—there's an enigmatic air about the 38-year-old Glasgow native, which is part of what makes her so compelling to watch. And why she has managed to fly just slightly under the radar (in a good way) since making her big-screen debut at the age of 20 as Ewan McGregor's naughty schoolgirl cohort in Danny Boyle's Trainspotting. see more
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The Surprisingly Superstitious Jessica Chastain on Her Biggest Fears, and Why Failure Isn't One of Them

While celebrity style bloggers can't seem to get enough of the dresses Jessica Chastain is wearing on the red carpets at Cannes right now, where she and co-star James McAvoy are feting the debut of The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby, the actress is also busy denying rumors about being offered the lead in the next season of HBO's True Detective. Our hopes there might be dashed, but as we learned in her recent interview with The Talks, it's not for fear of tackling darker roles. see more
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Q&A With Walk of Shame's Elizabeth Banks: "I Think We Left Some Raunch on the Table"

Good luck trying to categorize Elizabeth Banks. The versatile 40-year-old actress—and soon-to-be director of Pitch Perfect 2—has handily tackled dramas (Seabiscuit, The Hunger Games), comedies (The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Zack and Miri Make a Porno), and dramedies (W., People Like Us) alike. "I have no brand," Banks says wryly. "It's a bummer—I'll have to work on that." If Banks had to define herself, she'd go with comedian, which explains why she's so jazzed about the quippy, slapstick-y Walk of Shame (in theaters now). Banks plays Meghan Miles, an ambitious Los Angeles reporter whose one-night stand with a chiseled hottie (James see more

Lily Allen: "If He's Gonna be Yeezus, I Sure as Hell Wanna be Sheezus"

The 28-year-old Brit-pop provocateur learned a few things during her self-imposed exile: Kanye rules, Twitter sucks, and if a girl won't get naked, she'd better speak the naked truth. see more
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