Lily Collins Reacted To "Emily In Paris" Continuing For Another Two Seasons, And So Did Everyone Else On Twitter
Hey, whatever gets us more screen time with Alfie (Lucien Laviscount), I'm positively here for.
Lily Collins Reminded Everyone She Once Gave Princess Diana A Bouquet Of Flowers And Immediately Took Them Back While She Was A Toddler
"As you can imagine, all the air was sucked out of the room."
Lily Collins Explained How She And Charlie McDowell Fared Without Plumbing On Their Honeymoon: "It Was Intimate"
The couple stayed at a sustainable treehouse hotel in Sweden.
Fans Are Pitching Kim Cattrall's Future "Emily In Paris" Cameo As Samantha Jones, And I Hope Someone's Taking Notes
We're really missing Kim on the new SATC.
Lily Collins Addressed Criticism Of "Emily In Paris" And Said Season 2 Will Be Different In Light Of The Backlash
"If there's ever an opportunity to be better...you should run with it."
The Gabriel saga continues.
Lily Collins Said She "Felt Passionate" About Diversity For Season 2 Of "Emily In Paris" After Facing Backlash For Its Lack Of Inclusivity
"I really wanted diversity and inclusion in front of and behind the camera to be something that we really put our focus on, in a lot of ways."
It's really too bad honeymoon plus-ones aren't a thing...
Here comes saison deux!
In the words of Einstein, time is but a "stubbornly persistent illusion".
“Let me tell you, I’ve gotten plenty of emails from people saying these women deserve it. And those aren’t fun to get”
*wartet geduldig auf die zweite Staffel*
"A little Bonjour goes a long way!"
She's probably seen the tweets...
Can someone crack this mystery, s'il vous plaît?
Are you more Emily or Mindy?
Time to start repressing some memories.
Make this make sense.
Paris is for cheese lovers.
Ach. Guck mal einer an.
Let's play matchmaker.
Eye emojis at the ready folks. 👀
Netflix's new movie about a young woman dealing with anorexia isn't the definitive movie on eating disorders. But it shouldn’t be demonized for what it tries to do, either.
Despite that, it's pretty funny.
The movie, which debuts on Netflix next month, stars Lily Collins as a 20-year-old woman with anorexia.
Runs in the family.
Brow game strong. Literally, it's a game.
Essayez de lire ce post jusqu'au bout sans avoir envie de vous couper les cheveux.
Who is The Lucky One? Ha ha, get it because that was his movie oh never mind — just give me answers!