Former supermodel Janice Dickinson took aim at the Kardashians in an interview with AfterBuzz TV’s “The Tomorrow Show With Keven Undergaro” this week. Dickinson said that today’s models are famous because of “the 96 million social media people that got Vogue to pay attention to the Gigi Hadids and the Kendall Jenners.” She added that Kim Kardashian West’s 2014 Vogue cover made her “want to vomit.” She said, “They’re reality TV stars! You know, modeling is extremely hard work, you have to have perfect proportions. The Kardashians do not have couture proportions.”


Lucky men
Very patient woman still dating Charlie Hunnam

Charlie Hunnam revealed to Entertainment Weekly that he stopped writing to his girlfriend, Morgana McNelis, while filming “The Lost City of Z” last year. He cut off communication with McNelis to connect with his character, an absentee father. “Which obviously makes me sound like a total bastard, appropriately so,” he said. “But I was very apologetic.”


Recovery
The queen brings the royal Day-Quil on her trip

Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Philip are on their way to their country estate to celebrate Christmas after delaying their trip. Royal officials said Wednesday that both the queen and Philip were suffering from heavy colds and had to call off their train trip. The BBC reported that the pair left Buckingham Palace on Thursday. — AP


Court battles
Argentina resumes feud with Bieber

A court in Argentina has indicted Justin Bieber for allegedly sending his bodyguards to beat up a photographer and take his camera equipment outside a Buenos Aires nightclub in 2013. The judge did not issue an arrest warrant and the Canadian pop star can appeal the court decision. In June, Bieber tweeted that he would like to perform in Argentina but “until the legal conditions change there I can’t.” — AP


Footwear
This ‘Cinderella’ reboot is not what we expected

Adidas is denying reports that Blac Chyna had been offered a deal with the brand, TMZ reported. The reality star’s lawyer told the site this week that Adidas had offered her $250,000 to design a line of shoes, and that Chyna had deemed the money inadequate. Adidas sources told TMZ, “This is 1 trillion percent false at level. She has never been on our radar.”


Verbatim
“I think we can all agree that 2016 has been a big pile of s—. So my advice to you is to drink responsibly and be merry.” — Helen Mirren, reciting a holiday message on “The Graham Norton Show”