Posts Tagged ‘Celebrate’
As matriarchs gather with their kin and celebrate Mother’s Day on Sunday (May 11), a number of Hollywood’s new mommies are holding their babies close for the extra-special day of joy.
Keeping her exciting baby announcement under wraps, the “Scandal” beauty welcomed daughter Isabelle into the world in April 2014 with her husband Nnamdi Asomugha.
Olivia and fiancé Jason Sudeikis’ son Otis Alexander arrived earlier than expected in April. The “Drinking Buddies” dame told press earlier this year that she was due on May 4, and remembered the date because of the Star Wars holiday: May the Fourth Be With You!
Creating quite the media frenzy, Kim gave birth to a beautiful daughter North West in July. This is the first child for her and fiancé Kanye West, who plan on getting married any day now.
One of the biggest births this year definitely goes to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Kate and Prince William welcomed their first son Prince George in July after weeks of anticipation. The darling trio recently travelled around Australia and New Zealand for their first public tour with the little boy.
Happy birthday, Justin Timberlake: Celebrate with JT's funniest TV moments
Justin Timberlake's main claim to fame may be his music, but with the way the singer's been making us laugh over the years on TV, he's almost as well known for his comedy work as his singing. Almost. In honor of the superstar's 33rd birthday on Friday …
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Justin Timberlake rumoured to be headlining V Festival 2014
A post on website efestivals.co.uk which successfully predicted Beyonce would be the star attraction to Hylands Park in 2013 has said the former N Sync singer will get top billing this time round. The festival which is split between the venue in …
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Nas Shares His Feelings About Justin Bieber, Promises "Sinatra in the Sands …
While the chat was brief, we still got a chance to ask the Queens icon about Macklemore and Justin Bieber, as well as what in the world is going on with the Timbaland-produced track "Sinatra in the Sands" featuring Jay Z and Justin Timberlake …
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Flocking to the popular designer’s event, plenty of celebs headed to Diane Von Furstenberg’s “Journey of A Dress” Exhibition Opening Celebration in Los Angeles on Friday (January 10).
On hand to honor the designer were famous faces including Rosario Dawson, Paris Hilton, Robin Wright, Gareclle Bouvias, Molly Sims, Allsion Williams, Bella Thorne, Marisa Tomei, Matt Bomer, and Rachel Zoe.
Featuring 200 vintage and contemporary interpretations of her famous wrap dress, the show celebrates the garment that caught on in the 1970s.
Speaking about the iconic piece, Ms. Furstenberg shared, “It’s the dress that gave me my freedom, paid all my bills, gave me my fame and allowed me to be free. And it empowered millions of women.”
It’s been an oddly barren breast desert this week (I know people from the south have magic, Paula Deen. I’ve seen True Blood.), so here’s Courtney Stodden squeezing her new implants into a rainbow bikini because she loves gay rights so much and is not at all capitalizing on an event she knows nothing about. Read More …
The Parks and Recreation actor and demigod turns 43 on Wednesday. Here is a guide to getting the dour Ron Swanson to party hard for his real-life counterpart.
Beware: Your well wishes will be rejected at first
Remember, this is a man who likes his alone time
You have to expect and accept the verbal abuse, okay?
Hey, at least he's honest
Dressed to the nines in a lacy pale blue-and-white frock, the “Beautiful Creatures” brunette chatted up her equally stylish model pal, who turned heads in a bright purple dress.
Directed by Tony Award winner George C. Wolfe, “Lucky Guy” stars Tom Hanks and Maura Tierney, and was written by Nora Ephron.
Officially described as a play about the scandal- and graffiti-ridden New York of the 1980s – as told through the story of the charismatic and controversial tabloid columnist Mike McAlary, who won the Pulitzer Prize shortly before his untimely death on Christmas Day, 1998 – the show will run at the Broadhurst Theatre.