Katherine C. Hughes - The Hollywood Foreign Press Association and InStyle Celebrate the 2015 Golden Globe Award Season held at Fig & Olive Melrose Place at Fig & Olive Melrose Place, Golden Globe - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 20th November 2014
Abbey Lee Kershaw - Photographs of a host of stars as they arrived for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and InStyle Celebration of the 2015 Golden Globe Award Season which was held at the Fig & Olive restaurant in Melrose Place, Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 21st November 2014
Gina Rodriguez - Photographs of a host of stars as they arrived for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and InStyle Celebration of the 2015 Golden Globe Award Season which was held at the Fig & Olive restaurant in Melrose Place, Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 20th November 2014
Jokes about Pope Francis's visit to Brazil have got David Letterman in hot water with some Catholic viewers, including those in his own studio audience. Noting that the Pope had arrived in Rio as part of the World Youth Day Celebration, Letterman said, And I'm telling you if there's anything the kids can't get enough of, it's a 76-year-old virgin. Come on! World Youth Day. Or as the Vatican calls it, salute to altar boys. That set off a chorus of groans from the audience, but they did not deter Letterman from continuing in the same vein. On Wednesday, the Catholic League commented: There are some people who can't be shamed. One might think that a man who is known for sexually harassing his staff, and for serial adultery, might be cautious about making such a statement. And the conservative Breitbart.com remarked, David Letterman pulls every punch he can when it comes to President Barack Obama, but he has no qualms mocking the Pope or the Catholic Church.
Dr. Who, the British science-fiction show that debuted in 1963, making it the longest-running sci-fi show in history -- which has also successfully transitioned into books, DVDs, and iTunes downloads --is about to transition to movie theaters as part of a 3D 50th anniversary Celebration. 3D, said BBC's controller of drama commissioning Ben Stephenson, will provide a whole new dimension of adventure for the Doctor to explore. In an interview with Britain's Guardian newspaper, Stephenson said that the BBC is working out the logistics of distributing the 3D film in cinemas but insisted we need to make sure the main BBC1 experience remains absolute value for money for the audience. Eleven actors have played Doctor Who since the series was launched (three are now dead), and there was immediate speculation that some of them be united for the theatrical release, which will also air on the BBC's HD channel.
Although Dick Clark died last April, he was certainly not forgotten on New Year's Eve, as a two-hour ABC special, New Year's Rockin' Eve Celebrates Dick Clark, averaged 9.35 million viewers -- more than twice the number of viewers who tuned in for any other program airing between 8:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. Monday night. Then at 10:00 p.m. Dick Clark's Primetime New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest soared to 13.26 million viewers, clobbering NBC's New Year's Eve with Carson Daly, which captured 3.80 million viewers (although NBC issued a press release observing that the number represented its best New Year's Eve ratings in three years). Summing up the ABC telecast, E! Online observed, While the evening could have easily taken on a very somber tone, Seacrest somehow managed to create an upbeat show that combined the spirit of Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with a Celebration of the late great's life. Ratings for the post-primetime period leading up to and following the dropping of the Times Square ball were not immediately available.
Rihanna is ''proud'' of the way Chris Brown has turned his life around since being charged with assaulting her.
The former couple - who split up in February 2009 after he physically assaulted her - shared a hug when he won the Best Male Video prize at the MTV Video Music Awards, and she appeared to peck Chris on The Cheek to congratulate him and friends of the pair say Rihanna is proud of the way he has turned his life around.
A source told HollywoodLife.com: ''They on a whole new level right now man - you feel me? [Rihanna's] proud of [Chris] for winning awards and giving back to the community and being a role model. That's what kind of s**t [he's] on right now. [Chris is] doing his thing and [he's] being good. That's what's up.''
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The Olympic Parade closed the London 2012 Olympics with live performances from The Pet Shop Boys, Amy McDonald, Katherine Jenkins and The Noisettes.
The parade saw British athletes who had competed in the Olympic and Paralympic Games transported through London to outside Buckingham Palace, where speeches were given by the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, and Prime Minister David Cameron before pop acts took to the stage.
Amy Macdonald was first to perform on the Queen Victoria Memorial, singing her song 'Pride', accompanied by acoustic guitar.
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La Toya and Paris Jackson celebrated Michael Jackson's birthday by partying with an impersonator of the late singer, during celebrations in his hometown of Gary, Indiana.
The 'Thriller' hitmaker - who died in June 2009 - would have been 54 on Wednesday (29.08.12) so his family headed to his hometown of Gary, Indiana, to pay tribute to his life.
While they were there, his sister La Toya and his 14-year-old daughter Paris attended the annual 'Goin' Back to Indiana' birthday Celebration where they posed for pictures with tribute artist Carlo Riley.
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Alice Cooper surprised the crowd by appearing at the climax of rock musical 'Rock of Ages' in London last night (14.08.12).
Alice Cooper surprised fans by appearing in 'Rock of Ages' in London last night (14.08.12).
The shock rocker stormed the stage at the climax of the hard rock musical, to perform his hit 'School's Out' in Celebration of 40 years since it reached number one in the UK singles chart.
As he appeared, Alice demanded his voice to appear in the monitors so he could sing, pushing the cast out of the way to get to The Front of the stage.
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Hilary Duff is returning to TV after signing a development deal with 20th Century Fox .
Hilary Duff is returning to TV.
The actress - who shot to fame in Disney's tween show 'Lizzie Maguire' - has taken some time out of her career recently to focus on her marriage to MIKE COMRIE and their five-month-old son Luca but is thrilled to have signed a development deal with 20th Century Fox which will see her make her small screen return.
Hilary tweeted: ''Ok it's official! Very excited about my development deal with 20th century fox!! t.v. here I come! :) (sic)''
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Blur headlined the Olympics closing ceremony in London's Hyde Park last night (13.08.12) and were joined on stage by actor Phil Daniels and comedian Harry Enfield for their hit 'Parklife'.
Blur headlined the Olympics closing ceremony concert in London's Hyde Park with a mammoth set last night (13.08.12).
The Britpop legends performed some of their biggest hits for the sell-out crowd, including 'Girls & Boys', 'Country House', 'Song 2' and 'This Is A Low'.
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Supermodel Kate Moss has become the face of clothing company Rag & Bone.
Kate Moss has become the face of Rag & Bone.
The supermodel appears in the first ever advertising campaign for the clothing company and is seen wearing pieces from the autumn/winter 2012 collection in the new images.
The campaign was shot by fashion photographer Craig McDean in Kentish Town, north west London, and the concept behind the shoot ''was to create stripped-back images featuring Moss caught in a moment''.
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