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Posts Tagged ‘Claire Danes’

Showtime’s ‘Homeland’ Knows How to Rock a Teaser

The Showtime Network’s “Homeland” , a spy drama filled with terrorist attacks, double identities and international intrigue, gained a big following during its excellent first season, with the high-tension finale scoring record ratings for the premium cable channel. Critical consensus holds that Showtime may have found their best weapon in a long-standing effort to unseat head honchos HBO.

The official teaser for season two hit the web today, and it’s a killer: The backing track, which sounds like a children’s choir performing a slow, creepy version of the Police smash “Every Breath You Take”, is spot-on.

We think we can summarize without spoiling things for those who haven’t seen the first season: Read more

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Rumor Has Latisse Feeling a Side Effect

A still from Claire Danes' Latisse Web diary.

Rumor has it that Claire Danes, a spokesperson for Latisse, has suffered side effects from using the eyelash growth product.

According to the NY Post‘s Page Six column, an anonymous source says that Danes’ makeup artist had to pile on the concealer to cover up discoloration caused by using Latisse.

“We can only speak to what Claire has shared with us regarding her experience with Latisse, which is that she has been pleased with her results and continues to use the product,” a spokesperson told the Post. “Claire’s team has shared with us that she has not experienced skin hyperpigmentation following use of Latisse.” A spokesperson also told the newspaper the rumor is false.

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