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Oscar de la Renta's designs carried Hillary Clinton through her posts as first lady, senator, and secretary of state with style. And Monday night, at a reception for an exhibit of the designer's work at Bill Clinton's presidential library in Little Rock, AR, Anna Wintour guessed that they'll be just as useful when Hillary takes the White House.
"It's anyone's guess what the next chapter will be for this extraordinary woman. I can only hope that all of you here in Little Rock will be celebrating her come November 2016," Wintour said to applause.
Hillary avoided any talk of her political aspirations, choosing instead to focus on de la Renta and his work. The Associated Press reports that she called the designer a "dear friend," and later thanked him for treating "first ladies such as myself and Nancy Reagan and Laura Bush with such great support."
The exhibit, which was curated by André Leon Talley, will be on display until Dec. 1, 2013. A look at the reception and the dresses on display, here.
Today, Bill and Chelsea Clinton attended a fundraiser in New York City, where the former president was named Father of the Year by the National Father's Day Council. During the event, Chelsea presented her dad with the award, saying, "Every day he's my dad, and I don't need an award to tell me he's the best that I ever could have hoped for." Between his Hollywood connections and his saxophone skills, Clinton has definitely earned his share of cool-dad points over the years — not to mention the inspiring charity efforts he's spearheaded through the Clinton Foundation. In honor of Father's Day, take a look at 10 reasons Chelsea is a lucky daughter, plus a bonus reason why it may sometimes be tough to call the 42nd president "Dad."
Raise your hand if you'd watch a movie following a 20-something Hillary Rodham while she's deciding between her political career and her boyfriend, Bill Clinton. Yeah, that's what we thought. Where can we buy tickets? Well, we're getting a little ahead of ourselves here, but a Hillary Clinton biopic screenplay has Hollywood all atwitter, and we don't blame them. Titled Rodham, it was No. 4 on Tinseltown's coveted "Black List" (a list of film execs' favorite scripts), but as of yet it only has a production company — Twilight's Temple Hill Entertainment — and a director, James Ponsoldt.
Thanks to Hillary's autobiography Living History, we got a glimpse into her past, and we're going to find out even more about her tenure as secretary of state in her next memoir, out in 2014. Now we'd love to see the life of the possible 2016 presidential candidate played out on the big screen. The script was written by a 39-year-old writer from South Korea, Young Il Kim, and he had us intrigued at "there's a scene with Hillary and Bill making out." Even more hot and heavy details have recently emerged, as The Daily Beast has obtained a copy of what may be the final screenplay. Find out more about the screenplay now, and tell us: who could you see playing a young, lovestruck Hillary?
The story follows Hillary as she's struggling to find the balance between work and romance. Ironically, her job at the time — as the youngest attorney on the House Judiciary Committee — was working to impeach President Richard Nixon, while her boyfriend was rising political hopeful Bill. This same impeachment process would be used against Bill during the Monica Lewinsky scandal.
Hillary gets flirtatious with her impeachment committee co-worker, former Governor (and Republican) William Weld, in the script. She describes him as looking like Ryan O'Neal in Love Story, and there's a scene in which they "draw closer for that inevitable kiss" just to be interrupted by a call from Bill.
Since Hillary and Bill were in a long-distance relationship during those courtship days — Bill was trying to get his political career started in Arkansas, while Hillary had her own high-stakes career in Washington DC — they made their time together count. Il Kim spilled that there's a scene where they hook up in her Dupont Circle apartment. According to the script, they "devour each other" in a makeout scene that includes Hillary getting pressed against the wall and Bill tearing off her top before he "buries his head into her cleavage." There's also a scene in which Hillary tells Bill, "I f*ckin' love you. I mean that. I love you and I want to f*ck you."
The writer dishes that there's a scene in which Hillary puts on makeup while singing Carly Simon's "You're So Vain." Bill also gets in on the musical numbers, wooing Hillary by playing "Happy Birthday" and "Hail to the Chief" on the saxophone.
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There was a rare White House reunion today down in Dallas, TX, for the opening of the George W. Bush Presidential Library and despite their intense political differences, all five living presidents in attendance kept the mood light and played nice for the big day, even Twitter's newest addition, Bill Clinton. We have all the details!
Did you know that Michelle Obama and Bill Clinton are nominated for Grammys this year? The first lady is nominated in the best spoken word album category for her book American Grown, along with the former president for his book Back to Work: Why We Need Smart Government For a Strong Economy. Another political nominee this year is TV host Rachel Maddow, who's nominated for her book Drift: The Unmooring of American Military Power. In the spoken word category, Rachel follows in the footsteps of fellow political hosts Stephen Colbert (who was nominated in 2009) and Jon Stewart (who won in 2011).
Since 1959, when the spoken word album Grammy was created, it's had presidents, first wives, senators, and civil rights leaders in its nominee and winner pools. You may be surprised at the political figures — including three US presidents — who can call themselves Grammy winners. Find out more about this category's history now!