Madonna's rock-hard abs not retouched in Versace ads

Should Target have used only black models in its Annie for Target promotions?

Madonna's toned arms and abs were not retouched in her Versace ads, says Donatella Versace. (Of course, they didn't need to be.) The designer also said in an interview with Corriere Della Sera, an Italian newspaper, that Madonna planned to donate her modeling fee to charity. [The Cut]

A petition takes Target to task for using white models in in-store promotional materials  for its Annie for Target clothing collection because Quvenzhane Wallis, who plays the title character in "Annie," is black. (The advertising campaign for the collection uses models from different ethnicities.) [Perez Hilton] 

OPI is launching a limited edition "Fifty Shades of Grey" collection of nail polish in January, to tie in with the film, which is scheduled to open Feb. 13. But it falls somewhat short of 50 colors. Instead there are five shades of gray, and one red. [Nitrolicious]

Sofia Vergara of "Modern Family" and Joe Manganiello of "True Blood" reportedly got engaged on Christmas. [Los Angeles Times]

The original Frederick's of Hollywood lingerie shop on Hollywood Boulevard is scheduled to close in 2015. [Racked]

What to do if you received gift cards at Christmas that you don't want? There are websites that will exhange them, our David Lazarus says. And Wal-mart has started a gift card exchange too. [Los Angeles Times]

Skin care company Kiehl's Since 1851 is going to have a float in the Rose Parade on New Year's Day. The theme? "Inspiring a Beautiful World." [Los Angeles Times]

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