Kimora Lee, or the Wife of Rap, as she would have been known in Canterbury, has a book out called Fabulosity, or How to Keep My Name up in Your Grill, as it would have been known back in the day when “fabulosity” was old even before it got old. Randy Barbato, like us, can’t stop looking at the cover of the book, out now from Judith Regan (“big surprise,” says Randy).
The book’s subtitle, What It Is and How to Get It, must have fascinated Katie Couric, who’s all about perkiosity, and was totally ready to trade notes with Lee on the Today show, which Lee guested on this morning at 8:45. “The segment seemed pretty much content-free,” says Fenton. “When pressed by Katie to define fabulosity, she said ‘Fabulosity is about being fabulous.'” You can’t start early enough – the segment features makeovers on a 12-year-old called Jasmine (the year that Kimora started in the modeling business). One tip to gaining fabulosity: Smile a lot.”
“Kimora stressed to Katie that “fabulosity comes from the inside,” notes Randy, “then proceeded to do fashion make-overs on two plain Janes. Fabulous!” Well, that’s because Kimmy says that being fabulous on the outside can be fun too. (Watchosity)