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    Martha Stewart thinks her friend, Blake Lively, is silly for trying to launch a lifestyle brand. The 72-year-old chatted with Huffington Post about their relationship and why she can't really get behind Blake's latest venture, Preserve.

    Martha told the website, "She moved into my neighborhood a couple of years ago with Ryan -- before they got married, they bought a house right around the corner from my house. And they started to come over, not to borrow sugar, but just as friends. In a way, Blake's kind of shy -- not shy on the screen, at all, if you've seen any of Blake's movies -- but very shy in person. But she's a baker and a homemaker and now she's starting her own blog...I haven't seen it yet."

    • When asked about the former Gossip Girl star's attempt to follow in her footsteps, Stewart responded, "Let her try. I don't mean that facetiously! I mean, it's stupid, she could be an actress! Why would you want to be me if you could be an actress? I just did a movie yesterday, though -- I can't even tell you about it -- but I want to be Blake Lively."
    • Blake's website debuted last week but it has been met with a lot of criticism because of both the items they promote and the prices they are charging for them.


    Kendall Jenner denies that coming from a famous family has helped her modeling career. The 18-year-old appears on the cover of LOVE magazine explaining why the Jenner name has actually made her job more difficult.

    Kendall says, "I was like, 'You know what?' I want to be high fashion. I want to be taken seriously...People think that this just came to me. But it didn't. What I have has almost worked against me. I had to work even harder to get where I wanted because people didn't take me seriously as a model. Because of the TV show."

    • The Rebels: City of Indra co-author goes on to say, "I went on castings and some people weren't feeling me because of my name. But it was great when people didn't recognize me. I was like, 'Thank you. Please don't recognize me.'"


    With all of the remakes and sequels in the works, one would expect that cult classic Romy and Michele's High School Reunion would be high on the list another chapter but that is apparently not the case. Mira Sorvino, who played Romy in the 1997 comedy, revealed to E! News on Monday night (July 28th) that everyone, including writer/creator Robin Schiff, is on board for a sequel except for Disney.

    She explained, "Disney, if you're listening -- everybody wants it! Me and Lisa (Kudrow) and Robin (Schiff) would love to do a sequel. We have asked Disney before. It's Disney that has to decide to say yes." The Oscar winner added, "I don't think they realize what a cult phenomenon it has become. I mean, people dress up as us for Halloween!"

    • Mira also said fans have approached her about a sequel as recently as San Diego Comic Con last weekend.


    Bachelor/Bachelorette fans may have their own opinions on Monday night's (July 28th) finale but Bachelor winner, Nikki Ferrell, was more annoyed by ABC's After the Final Rose special. The woman who won the heart of Juan Pablo Galavis took to Twitter to call out the show's producers for their treatment of runner-up, Nick Viall.

    After a visibly upset Nick asked Andi Dorfman, "Feeling like you did, if you knew how in love with you I was, why did you make love with me?" Nikki wrote, "Gee I wonder who told Nick to say that...How the producers of @BachelorABC sleep at night is beyond me. #trash." She went on to make another dig at ABC by writing, "But on a positive note so beyond happy for @AndiDorfman and @jmurbulldog I bet it feels so good to be free! #congrats"

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