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New Season Features Executive Producers Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson and Chuck D; Instructors Include, David Chang, Johnny Weir, Cliff Dorfman, Alvin Hall, Gloria Allred, among others.
The series introduces troubled teens to mentors who are professional musicians, journalists, filmmakers, scientists, athletes, and actors, in order to inspire them to turn their lives around after the traditional education system has failed them.
Picspam + video for your weekend viewing pleasure. Plus: info on Johnny’s upcoming appearances, including his episode of ‘Hollywood Game Night’!
Those remaining stars include Johnny Weir, whose episode of ‘Hollywood Game Night’ is scheduled to air Thursday, July 17.
Johnny Weir’s chic Birkin: perfect for him.
Yahoo Shine reached out to Kerin Rose Gold, the celeb designer who created Weir’s custom hat, for the inside scoop.
I am forced to split this into two posts, with Kentucky Oaks coverage coming later this week. But since life is short and thus I always have dessert first, we begin our recap with “Johnny Weir and the Best Kentucky Derby Hat of All Time.”
The majestic design — created by Kerin Rose Gold for the occasion — featured a gold-winged horse flying over Johnny’s forehead.
His Kerin Rose Gold bespoke fascinator wins my vote for best topper at the Derby.
Fashion and the Kentucky Derby go hand-in-hand, and Johnny Weir and Tara Lipinski join Carolyn Manno to talk about the best and worst fashion statements at Churchill Downs.
Master distiller Chris Morris shows Carolyn Manno, Johnny Weir and Tara Lipinski how Woodford Reserve Distillery makes their $1,000 Mint Julep that is served at the Kentucky Derby.
Kentucky Derby fashion correspondents Tara Lipinski and Johnny Weir take to the stables to find a horse with a style that can match its personality.
(‘Johnny Weir and the Best Kentucky Derby Hat of All Time’ sounds like the title of a children’s book. I would read that book to my kids every day until they were 30.)
By now you know that California Chrome won the Kentucky Derby, but you may not have seen the real star of the show: Johnny Weir’s Kentucky Derby hat.
It wasn’t even a close race.
After continually rewinding the Derby broadcast for the sole purpose of watching (and imitating) Weir’s endearing mannerisms, I sent out this text to a few friends: “I basically want him at every Louisville event…ever.”
Best: Johnny Weir. Everything about Johnny’s ensemble is amazing — especially that hat!
Weir describes his hat on NBC as “clean, pure, fun, feathers, and that’s what the Derby’s about, fashion-wise.”
As promised, Johnny Weir brought “craziness at all costs” with his Pegasus-themed hat to match his white ensemble.