She can and she did.
She can and she did.
I was invited to attend the VMAs as a guest (i.e., a non-VIP). This is what it’s like for everyone who isn’t allowed on the red carpet.
So. Many. Selfies.
For those who missed it last night.
2013: Year of the selfie. #Goodbye
Ellen is set to take the stage next year. Everybody breathe.
And yes, we have no idea what is ACTUALLY happening here but we made up captions anyway.
Everyone complied with CBS’s request to show no boob. But that didn’t mean the style suffered.
J-Law is awkward and perfect and I hope she never changes.
Red carpet fashions are nice — but how do all of these famous people look after some hardcore partying?
Behold, the beautiful progeny of the rich and famous, whose job it is to awkwardly usher people off stage.
Fab or drab?
From Ben Affleck thanking “the academy” for his Best Director win to Quvenzhané Wallis’ first adorable acceptance speech, here is everything you missed from last night’s broadcast.
“Something’s going on here. I mean, she is slight.” The one person not paying attention to Angelina Jolie’s right leg during the Oscars? Bill O’Reilly, who was “taken aback” at “the arms on her” and made his concern for Jolie’s “mighty slim” frame public on tonight’s “Factor.”
What really lies (and sits, and jumps) at the end of a three-hour awards show? Uggie does.
When photographers are taking pictures from every angle imaginable, even the prettiest of celebrities aren’t immune to a wacky candid shot. Here are the 10 best from tonight.
New year, new JLo wardrobe malfunction! Flanked by an equally giddy Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Lopez presented two trophies at tonight’s Academy Awards—and then she gave away a couple of Oscars.
Looks like Hollywood brought their “A game” this year. Quite a dapper crowd.
Even though George Clooney is basically a Best Actor shoo-in for his role in “The Descendants,” girlfriend Stacy Kiebler came to the Academy Awards looking like an Oscar herself. You know, just in case he loses, yet still needs some golden arm candy for the after-parties.
While most Americans were busy watching the Grammy Awards last night, over across the pond some of our Hollywood favorites were winning big at the British Academy Film Awards. Your roundup of all the winners and other notable red carpet appearances (Clooney, Hamm, and hellooo, Christina Hendricks!) included.
“We’ve had a death in our family.” After an opening performance by Bruce Springsteen, host LL Cool J kicked off the 54th Annual Grammy Awards tonight with a prayerful tribute to Whitney Houston, who died yesterday at the age of 48. What a beautifully moving moment.
At tonight’s Screen Actors Guild Awards, Octavia Spencer won Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role for her turn as Minny Jackson in “The Help.” As you’ll see in these animated GIFs of Spencer’s shining moment, she was very expressive.
Oh, honey. No. Is it just me, or does this clip of Giuliana Rancic attempting to fill time during E!’s “Live from the Red Carpet” pre-SAG Awards special closely resemble Arnold Schwarzenegger’s “Total Recall” DVD commentary?
Pretty pictures of even prettier stars! The 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards are history, but that doesn’t mean we’re done talking about them. From the red carpet coverage to the Madonna mayhem, from Elton John’s stank face to Meryl Streep’s “surprised” one, here are the night’s most memorable images.
Where do I even begin here? So, Madonna won a Golden Globe tonight for Best Original Song in a Motion Picture, which she accepted via an affected, narcissistic and pretentious speech that drew ire from the other nominees. She then made passive-aggressive remarks about Elton John. After that, Ricky Gervais. And then, finally, her narcissism had an encore when she presented the award for Best Foreign Film. Here’s everything you missed in the order it occurred.
“So, where was I?” Ricky Gervais returned tonight as host of the 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards, one year after his harsh, celebrity-bashing remarks at the 2011 ceremony sparked a media firestorm. Here’s video of Gervais’ opening monologue tonight, which included jokes at the expense of Jodie Foster, Kim Kardashian, Justin Bieber, Eddie Murphy and more.