You know how sometimes you’re like, “Yo, whatever happened to that guy who played simpering Billy Campbell on ‘Melrose Place’?” And then it turns out that Billy Campbell is actually Andrew Shue, and Andrew Shue is the founder of Do Something, an organization that encourages people to, presumably, Do Something to make the world a better place. Every year, Andrew and pals host the Do Something Awards, which honors people who have really Done Something extraordinary, and a slew of celebs come out to fete them. (Including, presumably, his old “Melrose Place” castmates, who go, “Oh, so that’s what Andrew’s been up to!”)
Now that we’ve cleared that up: The 2012 Do Something Awards were held Sunday night, and here’s what everyone wore.
The premiere for Rob Pattinson’s new, David Cronenberg-directed film “Cosmopolis,” was last night, and dozens of ladies vying for the role of Robert Pattinson new GF turned out for the affair. But what all you Twihards really want to know is how are our venerated sparkle vamp is doing. Judging from the Gucci suit he’s sporting, he appears to be adjusting to life post-K-Stew just fine. “Cosmopolis” is a bit of a departure for ol’ Robbie — he plays a billionaire hedge fund dude whose day begins to unravel over the course of several hours. Check out his look — along with the rest of the premiere attendees — above!
Guys, there are so many teens. So many teens that attended this year’s Teen Choice Awards. I’m not really sure what the point of the Teen Choice Awards is, other than to confer praise and accolades from the teen public onto teens they really like and admire. Either way, the teens in attendance at the Teen Choice Awards made a vast array of sartorial teen choices — some good, and some woefully bad. Let’s take a look at them after the jump, shall we?
Marion Cotillard’s been looking great at “The Dark Knight Rises” premieres this week. But we’re not surprised. After all, she’s got a long history of red carpet amazingness. Plus, she’s the face of Christian Dior and gone through an incredible series of stunning Dior gowns and looks. Just this week, in fact, she was the first to wear a dress from Raf Simon’s newest Dior collection on the red carpet. So she’s gorgeous and brand loyal, too.
We’ve selected some of our favorite Cotillard looks. Check ‘em out after the jump.
This week saw celebs pretending to care about sports at the ESPY Awards, morning and late show stops by Anne Hathaway and Freida Pinto, supermodels and British actresses running errands, and Lady Gaga impersonating Cher from 1985. Let’s take a look at the best and worst celeb looks of the week!
Comic-Con is going on right now, and in case you were wondering, pretty much all of Hollywood is there. And many of them are wearing weird costumes! In case you weren’t able to make it to the largest yearly gathering of comic nerd-dom, we’ve collected a bunch of images from the event. Check out all the famous faces that made their way down to San Diego this past week.
Last night’s BET Awards featured a tribute to Whitney Houston and big wins for Jay-Z and Kanye West’s Watch The Throne. But were the fashions as laudable? Let’s find out…
Last night, Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield, along with a slew of others, turned out for the Los Angeles premiere of their new film, “The Amazing Spider-man.” The couple met while shooting the film, so even if the movie totally stinks, at least one of the most adorable unions ever took place. Lots of stars turned out for the premiere. Let’s see what they wore, hmm?
I don’t know about you guys, but if I was going to the premiere of a movie starring as many totally pretty guys as “Magic Mike” features, I’d try extra hard to look really good. But it seems like the vast majority of women who attended the “Magic Mike” red carpet premiere over the weekend didn’t really bother. Maybe they thought they just couldn’t compete against the gorgeousness of Channing Tatum and (ugh) Alex Pettyfer. Fair enough.
Check out their less than stellar sartorial offerings above!
Last night, I was too busy watching “Game Of Thrones” (White Walkers!) and “Mad Men” (Holy crap!) to watch the MTV Movie Awards. But this morning, I’m sick in bed, the perfect place from which to assess the looks worn on the red carpet — the most important part anyway, let’s face it.