Although born in Dallas, Mizuhara moved with her parents to Tokyo at the age of 2 and began her modeling career in the city at the age of 13. Since then, Mizuhara has captivated Japan in runway shows, starred in iconic Japanese films, and eventually spread her influence internationally with her own fashion brand OK, aka Office Kiko.
The Fab Five from Queer Eye is saying goodbye to Atlanta and hello to Tokyo with the help of international fashion icon Kiko Mizuhara in the miniseason Queer Eye: We’re in Japan! In this four-episode special, Mizuhara guides Antoni Porowski, Tan France, Karamo Brown, Bobby Berk, and Jonathan Van Ness throughout the streets of Tokyo as they give four tenderhearted lifestyle makeovers to Tokyo residents.
Being such a major Japanese societal figure makes Mizuhara a great person to help the Fab Five immerse themselves in the culture in this new season. Here are some fun facts and a quick glimpse at some of Mizuhara’s Instagrams that’ll help you get to know her better.
Watch Chrissy Teigen and John Legend Roast Each Other Mercilessly During a Lie Detector Test
You probably don’t need to strap Chrissy Teigen and John Legend to a polygraph test to get the honest truth – just tweet at them, and they’ll say what’s on their minds. Regardless, Vanity Fair asked their December cover stars to take the plunge and interview each other for a lie detector test. The outlet released their funny video on Nov. 4 and it’s just as ruthless as you might expect from a couple who love to troll each other.
With their spouse in the hot seat, Chrissy and John took the opportunity to ask the hard questions: “Have you ever cheated on me?” “Is our relationship just for publicity so you can get more Twitter followers?” “Would you ever have married me without a prenup?” “Do you get mad I wear robes so often?” Watch the full video above to see their hilarious answers, no holds barred. Hey, there’s a reason why Luna and Miles’s parents consider themselves “relationship goals” and we do too.
Nat Wolff Strums His Guitar and Our Heartstrings Simultaneously as He Sings The Beatles
Nat Wolff may not be part of Nickelodeon’s The Naked Brothers Band anymore, but he still has plenty of musical talent to show off. The 24-year-old Semper Fi actor recently sat down with Elle to participate in the Song Association Game, and he came ready to impress.
Most musicians show up for the game with just their vocal chords as an instrument, but Wolff was prepared with a guitar in hand. He strummed out classics from The Beatles and Bruce Springsteen, his own throwback tracks, and even made up a silly song on the spot. His score ended up landing him behind Ari Lennox – could we give him extra points for creativity, though?
Press play on the video above and let Wolff serenade you with his selection of songs. If his sound is right up your alley, you can listen to his newer music, which he performs with his younger brother, Alex.