Living it up at the Tribeca Film Festival, Sofia Vergara hit up the premiere of her flick “Chef” on Monday night (April 22).
The “Modern Family” babe showed of her amazing body in a lacey white dress and posed with her cast mates on the red carpet.
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Offending more than a few fans, Avril Lavigne released her music video for “Hello Kitty” featuring a number of racist stereotypes.
The high-energy pop clip displays a candy-filled world with a number of Asian backup dancers as Avril sips on sake and yells Japanese phrases over a J-Pop-influenced track.
Continuing birthday celebrations, Amber Heard and Johnny Depp visited a rare bookstore in New York City on Tuesday (April 22).
The engaged couple perused the Big Apple shop’s extensive collection before heading out into a mob of awaiting fans.
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She’s never been one to hold back her opinions, and Heather Graham is opening up about her issues with Hollywood during a recent interview with Esquire.
The “Hangover” actress calls out the movie business and says it’s “totally sexist.”
Making its way back to the west coast, MTV announced that the 2014 Video Music Awards will be held at The Forum on August 24.
The award show will be the first event held in the newly renovated venue located in Inglewood, CA.
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Baring her bump for her first pregnant red carpet appearance, Stacy Keibler arrived at the 5th Annual ELLE Women in Music celebration in Hollywood, CA last night (April 22).
The newly-married star rocked a black cutout dress and cradled her growing baby belly while striking a few poses on the star-studded red carpet.
Stepping away from the set of her hilarious show “Veep,” Julia Louis-Dreyfus scored a feature in GQ magazine’s May 2014 issue.
Getting it on with a clown for the Mark Seliger-shot spread, the 53-year-old actress landed a spot on the mag’s 15 funniest people list and discussed her character Selina Meyer.
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Causing quite a stir, Lily Allen dropped the latest single of her upcoming album Sheezus this week.
In the single, titled “Sheezus,” the British pop star name drops a number of fellow female musicians including Katy Perry, Beyoncé Knowles, Lorde, Lady Gaga and Rihanna.