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ELLE Canada and Smashbox Cosmetics present the #ECMODELSEARCH17
Have you ever wanted to see yourself in ELLE Canada? Enter our ELLE Canada Model Search presented by Smashbox Cosmetics for your chance to be in the spotlight in an editorial feature PLUS be flown out to L.A. for a photo shoot at Smashbox Studios!
ENTER ON INSTAGRAM BY JANUARY 8, 2017
HOW TO ENTER:
1. TAG your Instagram images or videos with #ECMODELSEARCH17
2. FOLLOW @ELLECanada and @SmashboxCanada on Instagram
Three (3) finalists will appear in an editorial feature in ELLE Canada.
One (1) winner will receive a round-trip flight to Los Angeles, two nights' accommodation and a styled photo shoot at Smashbox Studios.
Estee Lalonde visits the ELLE Canada closet. Credits: Danielle Campbell
A few weeks back we had Youtube sensation Estee Lalonde into the ELLE Canada Closet to play a little game of Fishbowl Frenzy! Don't forget to pick up our January 2017 issue to see an exclusive portrait of the Internet star...and now IRL author of a new memoir / life advice book, Bloom.
Yesterday, an unemployed 30 something who lives at his dad's house got the lucky break of a lifetime: He got to sit next to RIHANNA and watch some fun performances celebrating the Bahamas' 50th anniversary of its Independence.
But mostly he got to sit next to Rihanna and it appears that at some stage she even deigned to look mildly entertained in his general direction which frankly, is all any human can ask for.
Congrats to Prince Harry on this impressive life achievement.
Warning: spoiler alerts ahead.
Here's the thing about good TV: you don’t realize how much you’ve missed it until it’s back on. That's why marathoning our way through six hours of Gilmore Girls: A Year in the LIfe this weekend was so bittersweet.
Not only did it go by too fast, we were also left with wayyyy too many unfinished plot lines, including the – SPOILER ALERT – jawdropper of an announcement from Rory that she’s pregnant.
So will there be more episodes? In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, show creator Amy Sherman-Palladino, said it all depends on the reaction to the reboot. "We really had a very specific journey in our minds and we fulfilled the journey. So to us, this is the piece that we wanted to do. And the whole thought about, 'Is there more, is there more, is there more?' — this has to go out into the universe now. We've got to put this to bed. And then whatever happens, happens."
We're more confused than Lorelai was watching Taylor Doose's musical.