Fashion’s hottest names gathered at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City for the 2016 CFDA Fashion Awards on Monday evening (June 6).
Hosted by Joel McHale, the star-studded shindig honored individuals who have shaped American fashion “from all areas of the industry and related arts, with awards being given for design excellence in womenswear, menswear and accessories as well as extraordinary accomplishments in journalism, creative vision and lifetime achievement.
The Hollywood couple's baby son Otis will celebrate his second birthday on Wednesday (April 20), and his mum has presented him with an early surprise present - the news he is set to become a big brother.
She’s always been a fan of speaking her mind, and Olivia Wilde told Howard Stern she’s getting tired of the way Tinseltown treats its own.
During her interview on “The Howard Stern Show,” the 32-year-old “House” hottie declared, "I want to make a translation sheet for Hollywood that’s all the feedback your agents give you and what it really means."
She’s always been easy on the eyes, but it turns out Olivia Wilde's beauty has been more of a curse than a blessing in Tinseltown.
The “House” star covers the latest issue of The EDIT, detailing how her appearance has presented plenty of challenges. "When I was younger, it felt like the main point was that [I was] one of the attractive actresses, and I felt totally minimalized by it, as everyone does. But it's worn off, in a good way; I'm happy to have grown out of the place where that is the main point being made about me."
Mick Jagger wanted to produce a Casino-style movie based on the music business, ending up with hot new TV series "Vinyl".
The show, starring Bobby Cannavale, Olivia Wilde and Ray Romano, debuted on American TV on Sunday (14Feb16), hitting British screens a day later. The much hyped "Vinyl" is the brain child of Rolling Stones legend Mick, director Martin Scorsese and writers Terence Winter and Rich Cohen.
Adding some serious girl power to the February 2016 issue, ELLE magazine recruited five fine females for the Women in TV front page.
“Empire” babe Taraji P. Henson discusses her role as “Cookie”- “It was very important to me that she not be sassy and neck-rollin’ and eye-bulgin’ and attitude all the time. Everything she does is coming from a place of fighting for her family. That’s why she’s not a caricature.”
Everyone knows that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so it’s no wonder a ton of our favorite famous females converged for the 24th Annual Women in Entertainment Breakfast in Los Angeles on Wednesday (December 9).