Taking a break from the mic, Lorde teams up with MAC Cosmetics for a promo pic featuring her new mini makeup line.
Released on Thursday (April 24), the 17-year-old looks stunning in her stoic campaign shot, photographed by Charles Howells.
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Celebrating her fiance’s birthday, Ashley Tisdale stepped out of RivaBella in Los Angeles, CA on Wednesday night (April 23).
The “High School Musical” hottie rocked a pair of teal pumps with a sexy dress as she exited the hotspot with Christopher French.
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It's been a big year for Miley Cyrus, so it's not surprising that the controversial singer earned a spot on Time's 100 Most Influential People list.
In the issue, the 21-year-old's godmother Dolly Parton defended the former Disney gal stating that she's got the brains to make it work in the music business.
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During a promotional run for “The Amazing Spider-Man 2,” Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone headed over to the set of “Good Morning America” on Thursday (April 24).
The co-stars/couple were dressed to impress in blue ensembles as they joined their castmates outside ABC Studios in New York City.
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After rumors swirled that the third "Hobbit" film was subtitled "There and Back Again" last week, Peter Jackson cleared up the speculation with an extensive Facebook post on Thursday (April 24).
The director confirmed that the official title for the third flick is "The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies."
She scored a cover spot on Time’s 100 Most Influential People issue, and now Beyoncé Knowles is giving fans a special end of the week treat.
The “Crazy in Love” beauty teamed up with the publication for the debut of her new music video “Pretty Hurts” on Thursday (April 24).
Taking another step forward with getting her life on track, Amanda Bynes got her driver's license back over the weekend.
According to People, the "She's the Man" actress was spotted driving with her father in Los Angeles on Sunday (April 20) and the DMV records show that she is legally allowed to drive again.
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After causing a fire storm with her new music video “Hello Kitty,” Avril Lavigne responded to the critics via Twitter on Wednesday (April 23).
As previously reported by GossipCenter, the Canadian singer’s clip for the tune caused criticism from media and fans alike due to its portrayal of Japanese culture.