Tina Fey18 May 1970, Upper Darby Township, Pennsylvania, USA
Tina Fey is an American actress, comedian, producer and writer. She is most known for Saturday Night Live (SNL), the NBC comedy series 30 Rock, and films such as Mean Girls, and Baby Mama alongside Amy Poehler. She has received seven Emmy Awards, three Golden Globe Awards, four Screen Actors Guild Awards, and four Writers Guild of America Awards. She has written the book "Bossypants" and is seen as one of the most influential women in Hollywood when it comes to comedy. She has been married to Jeff Richmond since 2001 and they have two children together
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Sunday 3:43 PM, 24/03/2013
We can't help but wonder how the biggest Hollywood stars can wear this bad makeup, when they have access to all the best makeup artists in the world? Anyhow, they didn't really pull off their looks - they simply looked weird. Click on the pics for some good examples of what makeup you should never, ever try!
Wednesday 7:09 PM, 29/08/2012
We're constantly getting awesome fashion inspiration from Hollywood, but some celebs just don't really manage to look ok when it comes to their everyday wear... Does a black leather crop top with a fire print or nude grandpa sandals sound like high fashion to you? Then you'll be amazed by these looks. In other case: click on the pics and check out this week's top 6 worst dressed celebrities!
Monday 9:53 AM, 27/02/2012
Thursday 3:12 PM, 06/10/2011
Do you guys love Tina Fey as much as we do? We think she's so hilarious! Have you read her book, Bossypants? You totally should!
Tuesday 3:13 PM, 06/09/2011
Every Fall we look forward to our favorite shows returning to TV! We spend cozy Fall nights cuddled on the couch and laughing at all of the hilarious sitcoms! Some of our faves are 30 Rock, Modern Family, How I Met Your Mother, and The Office! But there are so many more that we just love! It's hard to decide which is our absolute favorite! What's yours?
What's Your Favorite Sitcom?
Monday 8:54 AM, 15/08/2011
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