Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Blind Item #7

This foreign born former A- list mostly television actress who starred in a now-defunct hit pay cable show became an ambassador for a makeup brand that still tests on animals and has people talking on why she signed with them as she knew about it. So they ended up gifting her a puppy so that it would distract people from the animal testing controversy and paid mass amount of money for PR articles to be written up about her Instagram post to cover it up.

30 comments:

MDAnderson said...

Emilia Clarke

Tricia13 said...

emilia Clarke or Sophie Hunter?

Brayson87 said...

Oh leave her alone Enty 😔

MDAnderson said...

Emilia is with Clinique.

Brayson87 said...

https://www.her.ie/celeb/emilia-clarke-new-puppy-497590

Brayson87 said...

https://www.marieclaire.co.uk/news/clinique-emilia-clarke-bb-gel-682946

Tricia13 said...

Guess Enty doesn’t consider her a dual threat b/c her film tanked!

MyDogSmiles said...

https://www.usatoday.com/story/entertainment/celebrities/2020/01/21/game-thrones-star-emilia-clarke-introduces-new-puppy-ted/4537677002/

Tricia13 said...

Never used Clinique,never will

cc423 said...

Tricia13... I believe “dual threat” refers to a person with more than one perceivable talent. Like acting and singing. I don’t believe the term describes an actress who acts in TV and film as all they are doing is acting.

Tricia13 said...

It doesn’t to most of us,but Enty has always utilized it(which we find strange)

AListDiva said...

Clinique put alcohol in their facial products which is horrible for your skin! A lot of cheaper skincare brands are more ethical than them!

Do Not Lie said...

No more Clinique brand for me! Never knew in this day and age they still archaically and barbarically test on animals! Thanks for this post Enty!

Zebra Seasoning said...

@Tricia- The only tv show that Sophie Hunter was involved in was Midsomer Murders, and she's hardly an A- actress, (I'd say C+ at best for that particular activity), although she did play to her strengths- her character was a gold digging bint.

Perhaps she's A- for her... other ... talents.

gauloise said...

Wow, they test on animals to have access to the Chinese market. So our movies and make-up are all crap because of China.

"Estée Lauder and its official animal testing policy is not to test on animals except when required by law. Clinique is sold in mainland China, where animal testing is required by law"

Zebra Seasoning said...

Same with Olay.

Chernobyl said...

Trying to compare movies to makeup... They are totally different. One contains toxic chemicals which harm your skin and the environment and the other doesn't do anything to harm people. Also the stuff Clinique put into their makeup can cause cancer. Is that something you want?

Tricia13 said...

@Zebra lol

Aquagirl said...

Every single company in the beauty industry tests on animals. If they don’t, their suppliers do (they test the individual ingredients, allowing the company to say that ‘THEY don’t test on animals.’ Most people are surprised to hear this about Clinique, given their image. If you think that testing is not going on, you’re deluding yourself.

Shaddup Mimsey said...

What a pig.

Dark1212 said...
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Dark1212 said...

@Do Not Lie Every major beauty company tests their products on animals or like Aquagirl said "If they don’t, their suppliers do (they test the individual ingredients, allowing the company to say that ‘THEY don’t test on animals.’ ".

hunter said...

Poor Emelia.

Her career is going to go wherever Hallmark movie actresses go.

shakey said...

I believe the FDA is now allowing testing on animals for cosmetics. There were many years it wasn't allowed.

I sincerely hope those animals aren't being tested with Lancôme products - that's what made me allergic to makeup.

Uhhhh... said...

Fuck, I need to quit using Clinique.

Uhhhh... said...

Does anyone have experience with Colourpop?

Dark1212 said...

@Uhhhh Everyone is testing on animals if not them their suppliers most likely so that the brand can put not tested on animals, but that onlu means that they didn't tested by themselves.

Unknown said...

The main "artist" for Estee Lauder did my face. Made my eye swell shut. Took all the crap back the next day.

Turitella said...

Rule of thumb is not to put anything on your face that you wouldn't put in your mouth. That means using none of the big cosmetic companies products.

Scottish Wildcat said...

Me neither, no idea any major brand still tests on animals - haven't used Clinique for year's & I won't ever buy their products from now on that's for certain! I'm actually disgusted with them.

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