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Nicole Richie talks about her children and ‘The Simple Life’ on The Drew Barrymore Show


Written by admin on April 17 2024

Nicole Richie recently appeared on The Drew Barrymore Show where she talked about ‘Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead,’ the lessons she has learned from her kids and how she had no idea what to expect when she signed on to do ‘The Simple Life‘ with Paris Hilton.



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Nicole Richie appears on The Kelly Clarkson Show


Written by admin on April 16 2024

Nicole Richie‘s appearance on The Kelly Clarkson Show aired today, April 16th. A new photo of Nicole with Kelly has been released, as well as some clips from the show on YouTube, which you can watch below:



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Nicole Richie to Interview Mag: “[Coachella was] fun when I was in my early twenties”


Written by admin on April 15 2024

Nicole Richie spoke to Interview Magazine about her opinions on Coachella, calling the paps, lying on your resume, and more in a quick-fire interview published today.

For millennials that grew up on The Simple Life, Nicole Richie is a sort of avatar of the early aughts. But for the actor, fashion designer, and reality TV star, a 90s child herself, the 1991 cult comedy Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead is her lodestar, a movie she’s been quoting enthusiastically her whole life the same way we’ve been quoting Paris and Nicole. It marks a full-circle moment, then, that Richie stars in as Rose Lindsey in Wade Allain-Marcus’s 2024 remake, which hit theaters this past weekend. To mark the occasion, we asked her to take the hot seat for this week’s Rorschach Test, in which she shares her unvarnished opinions on everything from raising twins and vaping indoors to Erewhon and Coachella.

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BLONDES
“They say blondes have more fun, but I’ve had plenty of fun as a brunette and even a redhead.”

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COACHELLA
“Fun when I was in my early twenties. There is zero footage of it anywhere, which was just part of the magic of it. I like it that way.”

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IT-GIRLS
“Go off, queens.”

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LYING ON YOUR RESUME
“You’ve gotta do what you got to do. A little lie is fine.”

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GOSSIP
“There is a difference between gossip and unpacking something with a safe person, which is healthy.”

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MOTHERHOOD
“Motherhood is the most wild ride and the absolute best.”

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KATHY HILTON
“Icon.”

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CALLING THE PAPARAZZI ON YOURSELF
“Does that happen? It feels unnecessary.”

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NEPO BABIES
“They’re fab, and I am one.”

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RAISING TWINS
“Raising twins is nuts.”

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McBLING
“There are parts of me that just don’t feel that far enough away from the early 2000s to think of it in any sort of distinctive matter. I’ve been called to do photo shoots and they say, ‘Okay, and we want to do early 2000s,’ and then I see the clothes and I don’t remember that version of it at all.”

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YOUR FORTIES
“My forties are the absolute most fun decade, and I find myself name-dropping my age now more than ever, simply because I want people to understand the state of mind that I’m in. I am not some 20-year-old idiot. I am a 42-year-old woman.”

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BALENCIAGA CITY BAGS
“I have many.”

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COWBOY CARTER
“Such a good album. I love the song “Daughter.” What’s not to love?”

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COUNTING CALORIES
“I don’t know anyone who does that.“

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NOTES APP APOLOGIES
“Personally, I would do a handwritten one.”

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VAPING
“Vaping is a hard no, and people are too excited about the idea that you can vape inside. It’s going to go out of style and it’s just too intense.”

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EREWHON
“Erewhon is great to Postmate or Instacart, but being in there in person is very hard.”

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THE 101
“The 101 is my favorite freeway in LA. The 405 is my least favorite.”

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Nicole Richie tells People Magazine who she would want to babysit her kids


Written by admin on April 13 2024

To celebrate the release of ‘Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead‘, People asked Nicole Richie who she would pick to babysit her two kids. Read the full interview below or click here to read it on their website.

Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead star Nicole Richie knows who she’d pick to watch her two kids if she could take a solo trip like the mom from the movie.

No, she wouldn’t ask her dad Lionel Richie to watch Harlow, 16, and Sparrow, 14, the two children she shares with husband Joel Madden. And no, it’s not her sister-in-law Cameron Diaz, either.

“I’m going to go with the entire cast of Sister Act 2,” says Richie, 42, referencing the sequel to the 1992 hit comedy starring Whoopi Goldberg as a Las Vegas lounge singer who goes in disguise as a nun and hides out in a convent to hide from her gangster boyfriend.

The cast of the 1993 follow-up, which has the subtitle Back in the Habit, includes Goldberg, Kathy Najimy, Maggie Smith, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Jennifer Love Hewitt and a young Lauryn Hill.

But based on Richie’s explanation for picking the cast of Sister Act 2, it sounds like she’d rather stay behind with her kids than go on vacation herself.

“They’re fun, they’re musical, and I already know all the choreography for the end scene, and we would just have a great time singing ‘Joyful, Joyful.’ And I could just fit right in. I know all the harmonies. I would just flow in,” she continues.

Richie is now starring in Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead, a remake of the 1991 comedy about a teenager (Christina Applegate as Sue Ellen in the original, Simone Joy Jones as Tanya in the update) whose mom leaves her kids behind in the care of elderly babysitter Mrs Sturak and goes away for the summer.

When Mrs. Sturak dies shortly after she arrives, the kids are left to fend for themselves and the eldest daughter fudges a resume and lands a job at a fashion company. Richie plays Rose, the nurturing boss who takes Tanya under her wing. (Joanna Cassidy played the role in the original.)

Richie seems to love the original film as much as she loves Sister Act 2.

“I feel like I’ve seen it no less than a thousand times. I love that movie,” she says. “I don’t even think that I did a re-watch right before we started shooting because I think I just naturally watch it maybe, I don’t know, once a year, whenever it’s on.”

“I love the family adventure. I love movies where you are just rooting for the teenager that’s just trying to make her way and how all the adults feel like aliens,” she adds. “And it’s just, to me, that is what just makes me feel at home and happy and cozy.”

Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead is in theaters April 12.

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Nicole Richie talks to WWD about Fashion and ‘Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead’


Written by admin on April 13 2024

Nicole Richie recently spoke to WWD about “’90s Fashion, Power Dressing and Her ‘Energetic’ Wardrobe” in ‘Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead.’ Read the full interview below or click here to read it on their website.

Nicole Richie is bringing power dressing to the big screen. In “Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead,” scheduled to debut in theaters on Friday, she plays Rose, a businesswoman fighting to keep her employees motivated. And she does that with a little help from her wardrobe.

Rose feels the pressure to keep the energy of her business going even though the energy has kind of come to a stagnant place. And I think for Rose it’s very important for her to wear bright colors,” Richie told WWD.

Throughout the movie, Rose is seen in vibrant power suits in primary colors while wearing different hairstyles. “I think that is something she is doing to keep her employees’ energy up, as well. For her, especially, her costumes are really a form of keeping that energy alive,” said Richie, who “had a hand” in Rose’s costumes, selecting a somber head-to-toe Tom Ford look for one of her final scenes.

Richie knows how fashion can contribute to one’s career. Alongside Paris Hilton, she fostered some of the biggest style trends during the early naughties while starring in E!’s “The Simple Life.” The reality show crowned them as fashion influencers of the time.

However, Richie is not reminiscing about 2000s fashion. “I mean, I don’t even know what the 2000s are. They just feel nuts. It’s like neon and color. I think it’s just everything thrown at the wall,” she said, adding that the 1990s were more a match to her personal taste.

“I’ve always loved slip dresses, flats and a little cardigan. I really love how the ’90s just felt very raw and very simple, kind of like, ‘Who cares? We’re just like in our bodies and we’re going to do whatever we want,’ and that’s just something that I’ve always been drawn to, so I love ’90s fashion.”

Like her new character in “Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead,” Richie is a businesswoman. In 2008, she launched her jewelry line House of Harlow 1960, which two years later extended to include apparel and footwear. Even though her style is different from Rose’s, she wouldn’t change a thing in her character’s wardrobe. “Oh, I would just say slay queen. You are killing it!” she said.

“Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead,” produced by BET+’s Original Films, is a remake of the 1991 namesake classic and also features June Squibb, Simone Joy Jones and more.

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Nicole Richie speaks to MovieFone about Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead


Written by admin on April 11 2024

Nicole Richie and co-star Simone Joy Jones recently spoke to MovieFone about their upcoming film, ‘Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead,’ which will be released in US cinemas on April 12th. You can read the interview below or on their website here. The website also provided two new stills from the film which were added to the gallery.

Moviefone: To begin with, Simone, what was your first reaction to the screenplay and the idea of making a remake of the 90’s comedy?
Simone Joy Jones: First impression was, “Oh my God, I can’t believe I’m belly laughing reading the script.” There’s a lot of times you’re like, “Oh, that’s going to be funny once that person’s there. That’s going to be funny once it’s all happening.” I was like, “No, it was funny off the page.” Which I was like, “Okay, amazing.” With this specific remake, I was just so excited about Wade’s Vision. He came with all the fabric of how the film was going to be made, and I was like, “I’m on board.”

MF: Nicole, were you a fan of the original and what does it mean to you personally to be in this remake?
Nicole Richie: I am a diehard fan. I’ve seen this movie no less than 1,000 times. I could tell you everything about it. So, when we shot at the original house, I was walking through just so excited. We’ve got some very special cameos from the original version there, and it felt like I was at Universal Studios. I was like, “I cannot believe that I am here. I’ve been in this living room; I’ve been in this kitchen.” I connect to Rose so much. I quote her all the time. So, it was just so much fun.

MF: Simone, can you talk about what Tanya learns about responsibility from working with Rose and taking care of her siblings all summer?
SJJ: I think she just learns that you got to figure it out. I think that’s kind of what I’ve learned in real life of just like, “Okay, nobody knows.” The secret is that nobody knows. So, I think watching her find that out in real time, it’s just so refreshing and it’s awesome to see.
NR: Which is a real confidence that I think only a teenager can have, because you really don’t know. I think obviously as we get older, we know the other side of it and we’re like, “I don’t want to fail.” I do think that there is this kind of blind confidence in Tanya that’s like, “All right, what do I have to lose? I’ve got my whole life ahead of me, so I’m just going to do it.” I really love that.

MF: Finally, Nicole, you are very funny in this movie. Was all the humor in the script or did you find some of it on set? Also, could you relate to Rose as a character?
NR: Thank you. Well, one thing that it was very important for me to remember the whole time is that we are always looking at Rose through a teenager’s eyes. So, the amount of responsibility that she’s talking about as she’s trying to lightly move through everything that’s going on in her head, and she’s talking to Tanya, but she’s also kind of talking to herself and she’s also talking out loud. I think that that’s what teenagers view adults as, nuts. So, I think it was really just important for me to know that that was the perspective and the light that we were looking at her under all the time. What I love so much about Rose is that she’s not going to let anything get in her way. I mean, she really has that forward energy. She knows as the boss and as the head of this company, that it all starts at the top and she wants everyone else to be excited, and she just wants to build her life and keep it moving. I really love that about her.

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Nicole Richie ‘Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead’ press round-up


Written by admin on April 11 2024

Below is a round up of some more of Nicole Richie’s press interviews promoting ‘Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead.’ She spoke to Temple of Geek, Where is the Buzz, Black Girl Nerds, Dish Nation, uInterview, LRM Online, That Hashtag Show, Cinema Daily, and Extra TV. She was joined by co-star Simone Joy Jones, who is the main star of the film.

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