Dancing with Reagan, riding in a tank.
He was less crotchety than usual today.
Also, Snooki shares her thoughts on the tanning tax, and plastic surgeons promote "vampire face-lifts."
We are baffled that R-Blags hasn't gotten the memo that Washington isn't Hollywood for ugly people anymore.
Probably not until Republican National Committee lawyers examine them.
She also wore a $500 Elie Tahari suit last night.
According to a new survey, yes. Yes, you will.
Also, sales of $150 face creams are up, and Man Junk keeps scrotums clean and odor-free.
Michelle Obama, on the other hand, wore Narciso Rodriguez on Tuesday night.
Also, no one gets Christina Aguilera's new fragrance ads, and Katie Price/Jordan launches a new scent.
And they made her spend $2,500 on a Valentino jacket!
You can get flip-flops with Obama or McCain heads all over them. Get it? Flip-flops?
Gunn isn't looking forward to moving to L.A. for 'Project Runway''s sixth season, on Lifetime. Also, he'd like to see John McCain in some Varvatos.
If Simon Doonan were to dress the presidential candidates, he'd put Hillary in Comme Des Garçons, and Barack in Gaultier. See for yourself.
Carla Bruni Sarkozy's all-Dior wardrobe during her London visit was worth $1 million in advertising for Dior; GQ crowns Daniel Craig its best-dressed man — John McCain never had a chance.