From DJ Khaled to Anna Wintour, celebs are missing their glam squads, stylists and barbers.
Chris Cuomo’s losing it while his brother, Governor Andrew Cuomo attempts to save New York and Martha Stewart knows she knows she shouldn’t mix Instagram and alcohol.
Here’s a closer look at today’s stories:
DJ Khaled is desperate for a haircut during quarantine
DJ Khaled is determined to get a haircut — come hell, high water or health crisis.
The music superstar, 44, took to Instagram Monday to lament the current state of his strands, posting side-by-side shots of his somewhat shaggy appearance in quarantine versus his typically well-groomed ‘do and beard.
“THEY DONT WANT ME TO GET A HAIRCUT SMH !” Khaled wrote. “I will get haircut I will figure it out soon lol 😂”
While he could easily take the situation into his own hands as fellow stars Carson Daly and Blake Shelton have done, the “Wild Thoughts” producer seems set on a professional cut, adding (perhaps in jest) that he’s planning to buy his barber a “spacesuit” so he can snip away safely.
In the comments, the star’s friends told him not to stress about giving his usual grooming routine some time off. “Let’s both shave it off,” urged nightlife king David Grutman, while DJ Seani B pointed out, “We all in da same boat my G.”
“Went from we the best to we depressed,” another fan joked.
Khaled’s comments come after fans poked fun at his graying hair in a family snap he shared on Sunday, with comments including, “Someone send @djkhaled at hat” and “You need a cut bro.”
Chris Cuomo says he loves his job, won’t quit after trashing CNN gig
CNN host Chris Cuomo has had an apparent change of heart, claiming Tuesday that he loves his job — a day after publicly griping, “I don’t like what I do professionally. I don’t think it’s worth my time.”
“I didn’t mean it that way,” the TV host insisted on satellite radio of his diatribe the day before — in which the “Cuomo Prime Time” star said he is no longer interested in “trafficking in things that I think are ridiculous.”
That includes “talking to Democrats about things that I don’t really believe they mean” and “talking to Republicans about them parroting things they feel they have to say.”
But Tuesday, he claimed of the rant, “It wasn’t about CNN. It wasn’t about me wanting to leave my job.”
He said critics have shot back, “‘Yeah, but you said it.’
“‘But how did you mean it?’” he said people should ask him.
Cuomo said he was addressing “my frustrations about journalism and being worthy enough” to be part of the profession.
He said he will continue to follow a story anywhere “because of my commitment to the job.
“And I am so proud of the team,” he said of his colleagues at the network. “I’m happy to be one of their teammates. … And you don’t hear that from a lot of anchors.
“I can’t believe how lucky I am to be working with people like this,” Cuomo said.
Martha Stewart posts gibberish Instagram comment while drunk
Booze and social media apparently don’t mix well for Martha Stewart.
The 78-year-old delighted fans recently when she left a gibberish comment on an Instagram post after downing too many cocktails.
Stewart’s comment on the chicken farm account The Best Little Hen House in Texas accidentally came out: “M as me sure you feed and wAter them daily And keep the heat lss as no MK in s as Nd when you can finally come back to nyc who is going to take care for them??”
She then followed up with a laughing crying emoji face alongside, “What a mess I have been drinking.”
Fans went wild for the exchange, with one writing: “I didn’t think I could love @marthastewart48 even more than I already do. Apparently I was wrong. 💗”
On Friday, the lifestyle guru appeared on “The Dr. Oz Show” from her farm in Bedford, NY, where she acknowledged that her self-quarantining digs are a cut above.
“I have the geese being born, the chicks being hatched, the horses need cleaning and exercising,” she explained. “So I’m lucky, I’m just so blessed to be out here in the countryside.”
And in true Martha Stewart form, she advised viewers not to “mope around. Get the jobs done. It’s a good time to organize your home.”
Source: Page Six