Susan Lucci attends the premiere party of the Lifetime original series "Devious Maids."
(Frederick M. Brown / Getty Images / June 17, 2013)
Susan Lucci played scheming Erica Kane for decades on the soap "All My Children." Now she's hitting the small screen to play a wealthy employer on Lifetime's new series "Devious Maids," which is scheduled to premiere at 10 p.m. Sunday. And she showed that she still looks as terrific as ever, wearing a form-fitting, animal print gown on Monday at the show's premiere party at the Bel-Air Bay Club in Pacific Palisades. See more party photos here.
In her Vogue interview with Vicki Woods, July cover girl Katy Perry dishes a little bit on her short-lived marriage to Russell Brand. "I was in love with him when I married him,” Perry says. “Let’s just say I haven’t heard from him since he texted me saying he was divorcing me December 31, 2011.” [Vogue]
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg ditched his usual hoodie for a coat and tie when he met with South Korean President Park Geun-hye on Tuesday. [Los Angeles Times]
At the presentation of his Spring 2014 collection in London on Tuesday, Tom Ford introduced luxury T-shirts to his line. [The Cut]
Eva Chen was named editor-in-chief of Lucky magazine, replacing Brandon Holley, who is exiting after 2 1/2 years at the helm, the Conde Nast magazine announced Tuesday. [WWD]
Nathan Bogle, one of the co-founders of Rag & Bone, plans to launch a new men's line to be called Jardine. [The Aesthete]
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