Spoiler: There are usually financial consequences for stupidity.
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Stacey Dash, the “Clueless” actress who landed in the spotlight for her outspoken conservative commentary, announced a run for Congress.
"And in conclusion, may I please remind you it does not say R.S.V.P. on the Statue of Liberty."
It was 20 years ago that Amy Heckerling's film Clueless updated Jane Austen's Emma, with Alicia Silverstone as a Beverly Hills teenager who thinks she can fix everyone. It is an enduring favorite thanks to its iconic fashions, quotable dialogue and irresistible young performers.
May was tasked with creating looks a teen in 1995 would die for, but little did she know that high schoolers in 2015 would still want to wear Dionne's freeway freakout daisy cap.
This goes out to all the Baldwins and Bettys out there.
Twenty years ago, writer/director Amy Heckerling put a Beverly Hills spin on a Jane Austen classic with Clueless. We’re honoring
As Clueless turns 20 years old this coming Sunday, I feel stunned. I don't so much feel old like I did when Mean Girls turned 10 or when I saw that picture of baby Emma from Friends as a pretty teenager. Instead, I'm just in the same awe I have been since I first fell in love with this movie.
They actually have way normal lives for teenage girls.