Posts Tagged ‘Lisa Rinna’

QVC Vendor Lisa Rinna Goes Nude For the Holidays

January 2, 2020

QVC vendor and reality TV star Lisa Rinna posted a nude photo of herself about a week before Christmas on social media. We think it was on Instagram.

All we can ask is why? Is she this desperate for publicity?

We saw part of the photo, which apparently dates back a number of years ago. The version we saw had the nipples hidden by two black strips that said “Hollywood gossip.”

Not cool. We don’t want to sound like prudes, but guess we are.

QVC’s Lisa Rinna Has Two Model Daughters

September 4, 2017

The Sunday New York Post had a big story about the up-and-coming daughters of actress Lisa Rinna and her actor-hubby Harry Hamlin.

Rinna, who hawks a clothing line on QVC, has appeared with her daughters on “The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills,” and they seem like good kids.

Now the girls are all grown up. Delilah, an 18-year-old blonde, and Amelia, a a 16-year-old brunette, are auditioning for their first New York Fashion Week.

The article compares the two teens to the daughters of Rinna’s “Real Housewives” castmate, Yolanda Foster. They are, of course, supermodels Gigi and Bella Hadid.

QVC ‘Super Saturday’ Ovarian Cancer Benefit Coming

June 9, 2016

QVC is revving up for its Left Coast event this Saturday, its “QVC Presents Super Saturday LIVE” from lovely Santa Monica in Cali.

The home shopping network will broadcast live from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. ET its annual designer charity sale to benefit the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund Alliance (OCRFA), the largest global organization dedicated to advancing ovarian cancer research while helping women and their families.

During the two-hour event, premier fashion, beauty and jewelry will be offered for half the the manufacturer’s suggested retail price, with 80 percent of the purchase price of donated merchandise benefiting OCRFA.

This year designer deals from brands such as Philosophy, H by Halston, Josie Maran, Isaac Mizrahi Live!, C. Wonder and Dooney & Bourke will be featured.

“We are proud to join forces with OCRFA for the 10th consecutive year. Super Saturday has provided us with a platform to increase awareness of this horrible disease,” Rachel Ungaro, QVC’s vice president of fashion and beauty merchandising, said in a canned statement.

“QVC is committed to supporting the success and wellness of women through the power of relationships and together with OCRFA we are able to support this mission and raise valuable funds for research and patient support programs.”

The event is being held at the Barker Hangar, with fat-mouthed actress and “RHOBH” pot-stirrer Lisa Rinna live on the red carpet interviewing celebrity attendees.

“On-site, QVC will be transforming its space into a virtual reality experience and lounge area that ties into this year’s location and will be providing visitors with a simulated flight experience complete with two vintage mini cockpits,” QVC said in its press release. “Viewers will also be able to catch a glimpse of the activation throughout the broadcast.”

QVC will be live streaming the event on Facebook as part of the #KeepinItTeal social media campaign, videos of celebrities and QVC designers will be featured to help raise awareness of ovarian cancer.

Viewers will also be encouraged to share the videos on their social media platforms and explain why and for whom they are #KeepinItTeal.

To help raise awareness for this year’s broadcast, E!’s Fashion Police style-savvy friends Brad Goreski and Melissa Rivers appeared in both the print and television public service announcements to help expose the cause across the country.

“Ovarian cancer is one of the deadliest diseases women face and more needs to be done to raise awareness and funds,” said Audra Moran, OCRFA’s president and CEO. “QVC’s Super Saturday broadcast has been a tremendous help in spreading OCRFA’s message into millions of homes across the U.S.”

“QVC Presents Super Saturday LIVE” has generated more than $10.3 million since 2007. Often going undiagnosed in the early stages due to lack of an early detection test, ovarian cancer is the leading cause of death from gynecologic cancers in the United States and is the fifth-leading cause of cancer death among American women.

Hot Off The Press: Stars Are Selling On QVC

March 7, 2016

Here’s a hot scoop for you: Celebs are selling products on home shopping networks!

Who’d a thunk such a thing?

You’re not surprised? Well, we guess you don’t work for the New York Daily News.

The tabloid run a puff piece on QVC Sunday with the headline “Shopping Network Lures Celebs: A Who’s Who On The ‘Q'” about famous names hawking their wares in West Chester, Penn.

QVC vendors Dennis Basso, Lisa Rinna, Jill Martin and Brad Goreski, creative director for the newly revived C. Wonder line, are quoted in the piece, and even posed together for a photo.

“This is where the cool kids hang out,” Rinna told the News, referring to the home shopping network.

The most interesting tidbit to us was that Martin, the “Today” correspondent, sold 50,000 G.I.L.I. wrap belts on day. We think it was a TSV.

HSN, which is really overladen with celebs, must be burning that it wasn’t included in the story.

Miss Piggy, Joan Rivers Star On QVC’s Red Carpet L.A. Show

February 21, 2014

QVC is heading out to the Left Coast for the fifth consecutive year to broadcast for the awards season with “Red Carpet Style — Live from L.A.” Miss Piggy and Lisa Rinna will be among those on hand (aren’t they the same person?).

The three-hour program will air next Friday from 9 p.m. to midnight, televising from the Wetherly Gardens at the Four Seasons Beverly Hills.

Joan Rivers

Joan Rivers

For this shindig QVC jewelry vendor and E! Network’s “Fashion Police” host Joan Rivers will be on the carpet with designers Lori Goldstein, Dennis Basso, Mark Zunino, Bob Mackie and Isaac Mizrahi.

Nicole Richie and Rinna, along with celebrity stylist Jen Rade, will introduce new items as well.

Additionally, as part of QVC’s collaboration with Lifetime’s “Project Runway All Stars,” Season 3 winner Seth Aaron Henderson will join the lineup at this star-fest. Henderson will present two new styles from his QVC collection, which had three sellouts in its January debut.

Seth Aaron Henderson

Seth Aaron Henderson

The program will mark the debut of Styled by Joe Zee, a collection from ELLE magazine Creator Director Joe Zee.

Oy vey! Miss Piggy – star of “Muppets Most Wanted” – will be showing off her Haute Tote, the VIP gift bag she created for the event. A consumer version of the bag will also be available for purchase on

Mark Zunino

Mark Zunino

But wait — there’s more, much much more.

JAI John Hardy will be presenting new croco-textured jewelry styles, and there will be diamond pieces from Michael Beaudry and Bronzo Italia designs.

On the beauty front, QVC will have Edward Bess, bareMinerals, Kate Somerville and Sarah Potempa.

“We have really enjoyed seeing the evolution of this annual event and are very excited to invite our viewers to experience this year’s broadcast,” QVC U.S. CEO Claire Watts said in a canned statement. “We’re proud to collaborate with such talented designers and noteworthy brands to offer exciting products that were created especially for this red carpet event.”

Rivers’ cohort on “Fashion Police,” George Kotsiopoulos, will serve as the QVC red carpet correspondent, interviewing celebrities as they arrive and encouraging guests to share pictures using #QVCRedCarpet.

Highlights of those images will be displayed throughout the gardens via the DELLInstaGallery, which consists of multiple gallery-style walls featuring digital screens for a unique social sharing experience. Finally, the InstaGlam Suite powered by HALO, a leader in portable power, will be a hub for social networking within the event and will be hosted by fashion personality and television host Jeannie Mai.