Shockingly awesome, of course, Beyonce uploaded a bare-faced photo of herself yesterday on Instagram. The photo inevitably became viral shortly after she posted what looks like a selfie of herself. She looks refreshingly human, quite a stark contrast from her empowering performance at the GRAMMY's last Sunday.
But that's why we all love Queen Bey. She can play up the drunk-in-love vixen role for a performance then turn it down for a more personal look for social media.
Special kudos to the Instagram app for changing the way celebrities can share all their personal photos with fans!
Hilaria Baldwin graces the cover of BEACH magazine with her beautiful new born Carmen. BEACH magazine is a Modern Luxury's Hampton publication, which held a star studded shindig in Hilaria's honor to celebrate the cover.
Editor-in-Chief Cristina Cuomo hosted the event at NYC's Bobby Van's Grill; guests included Hilaria's husband Alec Baldwin, Good Day New York's Rosanna Scotto, and Modern Luxury President Michael Dickey.
In true New York fashion, the celebration included cocktails and lots of media coverage. All in all it sounded like an event that you wish you could have been on the guest list for!
While Pharrell’s hat may have been the most popular thing on Twitter during Sunday night’s Grammy Awards, there was also something else that had people talking. As viewers were watching Lorde perform and win some Grammys, they were also speculating about how old the 17-year-old really is. There are theories that the singer is older than what she claims to be.
To put the rumors to rest, a website called The Hairpin actually bought a copy of the singer’s birth certificate which lists her birthday as November 6, 1996 and her real name, Ella Maria Lani Yelich-O’Connor. The website paid $17.02 to obtain the copy of the certificate.
You might not be able to see Scarlett Johansson's Super Bowl commercial on Sunday. Is the voice of Her too seductive? Is the ad too hot for airwaves? Well, this is not the case. Fox announced it pulled Scarlett's SodaStream ad because it takes a direct jab at Coke and Pepsi.
The Israeli based company announced the Jewish actress would be their "global brand ambassador" earlier this month to help boost sales in the United States. At the end of the commercial, Scarlett says "Sorry, Coke and Pepsi." Both companies are major sponsors for the Super Bowl and Fox. When Fox announced they would pull the ad, SodaStream agreed to remove the line in order to ensure it will air on Sunday.
Dorothy Cascerceri wears a lot of fabulous hats. She is a newlywed, fashionista with an enviable wardrobe, award-winning journalist, and most importantly host and executive producer of Celebrity Corner, your go-to talk-show for everything from celebrity gossip to keeping up with the latest fashion trends. Joonbug was fortunate enough to chat with Dorothy for a bit about Celebrity Corner’s upcoming season two premiere, as well as all the exclusive details about what it’s like to have your own TV show!
Every year the Grammys provides audience viewers with an unforgettable night full of great performances, surprise appearances, amazing spectacles and a bunch of funny celebrity moments that make for the perfect gifs. So if you're living under a rock and missed the spectacle that is the Grammys this year, then we've got you covered with a wrap up of the coolest, craziest, and most hilarious moments of the night- all in gif form. Enjoy.
Beyonce opens up the show with a strip tease performance of "Drunk in Love" with her partner in crime.
Justin Bieber has been making headlines for all the wrong reasons lately and if we said we didn't see this coming we'd be lying!
After having multiple run ins with the law it seems Justin Bieber has finally reached a low point when he got arrested for a DUI.
To top off a smiley mugshot that has been circulating from his January 23rd DUI arrest, Bieber left jail after his $2,500 bond was paid waving to his fans while sitting on top of a Cadillac Escalade.
The DUI came after the singer was pulled over for drag racing his yellow Lamborghini through a residential neighborhood at 4 am in Miami. Bieber had marijuana, beer and perscription drugs in his system at the time of the arrest and blew a .04 which is over the legal limit for a person under 21.
Written and directed by Ron Kruas, “Gimme Shelter” is not a movie from the faint of heart; it requires emotional stamina to sit through it, but it makes every minute worth your while. It is an unexpected triumph of filmmaking that tells the compelling true story of despair, redemption, and second chances.
Sixteen-year-old Agnes “Apple” Bailey (Vanessa Hudgens) flees from her drug-addicted, abusive mother, June (Rosario Dawson) to her wealthy Wall Street father (Brendan Fraser) whom she knows only by one letter written to her before she was born. When they learn of her pregnancy, Apple’s father and stepmother urge her to abort the child, a condition Apple refuses. She runs away again, only cause a traffic accident that nearly kills her. With the guidance from a kindly priest (James Earl Jones), Apple moves to a shelter for pregnant teenagers, headed by Kathy DiFiore where she stays to have her baby.