When your Twitter feed is full of comedians, models and actors who moonlight at geniuses, it's a pretty safe bet that some of the tweets you read will be great. This week, Scott Dooley won Twitter with his doozy — and we'd happily push to get his definition of the word "selfie" added to the dictionary. Model Chrissy Teigen is upset about something (and we can totally feel her pain), Fifi Box has had a very awkward moment with her mum and singer Pink loves someone's sour breath (true story!). Russell Brand tweeted about who he thinks was the last true rock star, Ben Affleck mourned the loss of an industry legend and Neil Patrick Harris might just have the best partner ever. . . There's much more to read in here — click through to check it all out!
There were many stars who attended the Super Bowl and its pre-game festivities in New Orleans this past weekend — and they were happy to share their social snaps with the world. Beyoncé Knowles celebrated her successful Super Bowl half-time show with Jay-Z backstage while Alicia Keys got cosy with Swizz Beatz on the field after singing the national anthem before the game. Meanwhile, Channing Tatum took part in the NFL Honor Awards and Ian Somerhalder played a celebrity football game with Nina Dobrev. Click through for many more celebrity social photos from the big football weekend.
Newlywed Cobie Smulders celebrated the upcoming CBS season with her How I Met Your Mother co-star Neil Patrick Harris Tuesday night in LA. She kept the bridal theme going by donning a white frock from Temperley London. Other CBS actors stepped out for the bash, too, including Sophia Bush, who has a new pilot Partners, Dennis Quaid, Sharon Osbourne and more.
NPH was one of the famous guests at Cobie Smulders and Taran Killam's wedding, which took place earlier this month in Solvang, California. Cobie and her long-time partner, Taran, a star of SNL, also welcomed HIMYM's Alyson Hannigan and Joe Manganiello, who's had a small recurring role on the show. We recently caught up with Cobie and NPH's small-screen leading man Josh Radnor, who told us what to expect in HIMYM's upcoming eighth season. Josh even alluded to there possibly being a ninth in the works.
Stars came out for the gala opening night of The Book of Mormon in LA on Wednesday night. Busy Philipps chose a floral dress for the special occasion while Zoe Saldana, fresh off promoting The Words, wore black Stella McCartney. Christina Hendricks was back on the West Coast after a visit to Toronto while Kellan Lutz popped up with Aussie girlfriend Sharni Vinson. Viola Davis stood out in a purple look as she hit the red carpet alongside Malin Akerman, Shailene Woodley, Neil Patrick Harris, and Julie Bowen. Joy Bryant smiled big, as did Lisa Kudrow, Perrey Reeves, and Alicia Silverstone. The Broadway play is settling in Hollywood until the end of November, when it then moves on to a five-week engagement in San Francisco.
Sunday night's 2012 Tony Awards celebrated the year's best of Broadway. Neil Patrick Harris emceed the show and caught up with his fiancé, David Burtka, afterward. Honours were handed out to big winners like Once and Peter and the Starcatcher, which netted eight and five Tonys, respectively. Andrew Garfield and Phillip Seymour Hoffman were passed over in their best actor categories, but their Death of a Salesman director, Mike Nichols, won his ninth Tony for directing. The production also won best revival. Other statues went to best actress in a musical Audra McDonald for The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess and best leading actress in a play, Venus and Fur's Nina Arianda. Best actor in a musical went to Once's Steve Kazee, and the corresponding actor in a play prize was handed to James Corden for One Man, Two Guvnors. It was a star-studded night with appearances from Jessica Chastain, James Marsden, Amanda Seyfried and Hugh Jackman. Hugh was actually a winner and received a Special Tony Award from wife Deborra-Lee Furness. He wrote on Twitter, "Thanks to my amazing wife for presenting my award last night at the tonys. that was a moment i will never forget." Andrew might not have gone home with gold, but he was still able to mark the evening with girlfriend Emma Stone.
It was a big evening for stage actors and theatre fans on Sunday thanks to the Tony Awards in NYC. There were plenty of fashionable ladies on the red carpet, including a Marios Schwab-clad Jessica Chastain and Amanda Seyfried in edgy Givenchy. Jessica was one of the evening's presenters and was especially excited to snap a picture with Broadway legend Bernadette Peters. Hugh Jackman and his wife, Deborra-Lee Furness, smiled for the cameras, as did a long list of leading men like Paul Rudd, James Marsden and Matthew Morrison. Andrew Garfield walked the red carpet without his girlfriend, Emma Stone, but she joined him inside the Beacon Theatre. He was up for the best actor in a feature role Tony for his work in Death of a Salesman, but lost the statue to Peter and the Starcatcher's Christian Borle. Death of a Salesman did, though, win for best revival of a play.
Brad Pitt joined Angelina Jolie at the Producers Guild Awards held at LA's Beverly Hilton Saturday night. He made his way down the red carpet before the event without the help of the black cane he's been carrying recently. Brad chatted with press and stopped to talk with PopSugar US about his first reaction to seeing Angelina's In the Land of Blood and Honey and if he has plans to direct. Brad said "hell no!" in regards to directing, so for now it seems Angelina will remain the only member of their family stepping behind the camera.
Angelina, who was wearing a lace Michael Kors dress and Ferragamo pumps, revealed the biggest compliment she's received about the film. Once inside the event, Brad sat in the audience and was clearly beaming when Angelina took the stage to accept the Stanley Kramer Award from presenter Morgan Freeman. Morgan and Angelina shared a kiss and a hug before she went on to thank her In the Land of Blood and Honey cast and crew. The Artist was once again the big winner on the night, taking home the motion picture of the year award. Also on hand for the latest Hollywood celebration were The Help's Jessica Chastain and Viola Davis, as well as Tobey Maguire, Jason Segel, Judd Apatow, Evan Rachel Wood and Sofia Vergara. The crowd was treated to a special performance by Alicia Keys, who sang her hits "Empire State of Mind" and "No One."
The People's Choice Awards took over the Nokia Theatre in LA yesterday with major stars from Twilight, The Vampire Diaries and Hunger Games in attendance. TV stars Lea Michele, Nina Dobrev and Neil Patrick Harris were just some of the lucky winners who took home beautiful Waterford crystal statues. Maroon 5, Chloë Moretz and Adam Sandler nabbed further honours.
Robert Pattinson debuted a new hairstyle and accepted a trophy for best dramatic film on behalf of his Water For Elephants cast. He was presented the award by friend and Twilight co-star Ashley Greene as well as Chuck's Zachary Levi. Big-screen comedy Bridesmaids got bragging rights for best comedy, though Kristen Wiig missed out on the fun in order to rehearse for this week's SNL. We were there on the red carpet and behind the scenes during the telecast to chat with attendees and winners. Click through to see all the photos, and check out the entire list of People's Choice Awards winners!
TV stars and musicians combined their star power on Sunday night at The Trevor Project’s 2011 Trevor Live, held at the Hollywood Palladium in LA. The event, which boosts the Trevor Project’s aim to help youth in the LGBT community, featured performances by Miley Cyrus, Glee’s Darren Criss and Mary J. Blige. Some of Darren’s castmates were also in attendance, including Dianna Agron, Kevin McHale and Amber Riley, and lots of couples posed together on the red carpet, such as Fergie and Josh Duhamel, Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka, and Jane Lynch and Lara Embry. Lady Gaga was honoured with the Trevor Hero Award, which she said meant “more to me than any Grammy I could ever win” in her acceptance speech.
Blake Lively managed to show some skin in a suit last night at Barneys New York's launch of "Gaga's Workshop." The bright blue Elie Saab look was finished off with lace-embellished shoulders. It was her latest daring look after wearing a revealing Marchesa number Saturday to the Gossip Girl 100 episodes celebration. Blake had the company of her small screen buddy Matthew Settle last night, as well as Neil Patrick Harris, David Burtka, Brad Goreski, and Alexander Wang. Blake shared her holiday must-haves, and said she's currently buying lots of Chanel and Brunello Cucinelli for the colder weather.