Kicking back with a few pals, Dianna Agron met up with her friends for a lunchdate in Los Angeles on Tuesday (April 22).
The “Glee” cutie donned a maxi dress with a jean jacket and nibbled on a few treats while chatting with her pals on an outside patio.
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Releasing another hoppy tune, Pharrell Williams premiered the music video for his latest single “Marilyn Monroe” on Wednesday (April 23).
The “Happy” singer rocked a collection of his famous Vivenne Westwood hats and danced around with a bevy of beautiful ladies.
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Stepping out as Honorary Chairs, Claire Danes and Hugh Dancy attended the New York Live Arts Gala on Tuesday evening (April 22).
The “Homeland” stunner looked lovely in a floral dress and posed with her hubby before stepping inside the Mandarin Oriental Hotel to enjoy the festivities.
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Like most comedians, Louis C.K. has a few inner demons that he uses for inspiration and in the May 2014 issue of GQ he's talking all about it.
After posing for the Peggy Sirota-shot spread, the "Parks and Recreation" actor admitted his previous suicidal thoughts and opened up about looking past race starting at an early age.
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Channeling her inner-doll persona, Sarah Hyland got all gussied up for a feature in Flaunt magazine’s May 2014 issue.
Striking a few lifeless poses for the Zoey Grossman-shot spread, the “Modern Family” beauty opened up to the mag about her theatrical personality and her non-existent private life.
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Showing support for the pal, a number of famous faces came out for the opening night of Neil Patrick Harris' “Hedwig and the Angry Inch” in New York City last night (April 22).
Amanda Seyfried and Justin Long struck a few poses together and were joined on the red carpet by “Mad Men” beauty Christina Hendricks and her beau Geoffrey Arend.
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.
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.