TRIC president Lorraine Kelly was at Grosvenor House for the club's annual charity lunch, joining reality stars Samira Mighty, Joey Essex, Chloe Sims, Jessica Wright, Eyal Booker and Georgia Kousoulou. The Television and Radio Industries Club's Christmas fundraiser also saw appearances from Dr Ranj Singh, Bhasker Patel, Dave Berry, Adam Woodward, Cassidy Janson, Alex Beresford, Jenny Ryan and Lizzie Cundy.
Kelly Osbourne, Gareth Southgate, Kelly Brook, Nick Grimshaw, David Walliams, Harry Redknapp and Jodie Kidd took to the trading floor for this year’s ICAP charity day, testing their negotiation skills as they raised money for various charities. Dominic West, Katie Piper, Keith Lemon, Ray Winstone and Christine Lampard were also spotted picking up phones and closing deals.
Maura Higgins, Joe Swash and Caprice Bourret took to the ice for this year's series launch of Dancing on Ice. Demonstrating their new skills, celebrities performed with their professional partners as This Morning's Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby hosted ahead of the new series in January. Former Steps star Ian 'H' Watkins was paired up in the first ever same sex skating couple, and was joined by fellow competitors Lisa George, Libby Clegg, Trisha Goddard and Diversity dancer Perri Kiely.
Taylor Swift, Liam Payne, Sam Smith, Ava Max, Stormzy and Rita Ora were among the big names who performed at Capital's Jingle Bell Ball this year. The annual two day festival, which took place at The O2, also saw performances from Young T and Bugsey, Jax Jones, Jonas Blue, Aitch, Regard, Lauv, Anne-Marie, Tom Walker, AJ Tracey, The Script, Sigala, Mabel, Sam Feldt and Joel Corry. Guests included Ella Eyre, Becky Hill and JP Cooper.
David Oyelowo and David Walliams attended the red carpet premiere of their new TV adaptation of The Tiger Who Came to Tea. Guests, who celebrated the Channel 4 adaptation of Judith Kerr's classic book at Odeon Leicester Square, included Aston Merrygold, Simon Bird, Paul Whitehouse, Natalie Cassidy, Natalie Pinkham and Naomi Isted.
Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart and Jack Black were in London for the UK premiere of Jumanji: The Next Level, joining director Jake Kasdan at Odeon BFI Imax to celebrate the film's release. Karen Gillan, who stars in the sequel to the hit 2017 film, also attended, alongside guests Imogen Thomas, Jonas Blue and Ashley Walters.
Kristen Stewart, Lily-Rose Depp, Marion Cotillard, Vanessa Paradis, Penelope Cruz and Rashida Jones sat front row as Chanel artistic director Virginie Viard presented her fourth catwalk show for the iconic fashion house. Models Kaia Gerber and Gigi Hadid were the biggest names on the runway, designed by film director Sofia Coppola and inspired by Coco Chanel’s own Paris apartment.
Bodyguard star Richard Madden joined The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall on the red carpet for the Royal Film Performance premiere of his new film, 1917. His co-stars Mark Strong, George MacKay, Andrew Scott and Daniel Mays were also at ODEON Luxe Leicester Square for the special screening of Sam Mendes's WWI epic.
Jason Statham and his partner Rosie Huntington-Whiteley turned out to support friend Guy Ritchie at the launch of his new film, alongside its stars Hugh Grant, Michelle Dockery and Freddie Fox. Sting, Trudie Styler, Bugzy Malone and Ashley Walters were also at The Curzon Mayfair screening of the crime action film about a British drug lord who tries to sell his empire to Oklahoma billionaires. Afterwards Ritchie invited guests, and son Rocco Ritchie, to his pub Lore of the Land.
Claire Foy, Whoopi Goldberg, Yara Shahidi and Mia Goth joined photographer Paolo Roversi at the launch of the 47th annual Pirelli Calendar in Verona. The guests, who celebrated at the gala dinner at the Teatro Filharmonica, were among the stars featured in this year's calendar which interpreted the classic Shakespeare love story Romeo and Juliet.
Kim Kardashian West, Kate Moss, Bella Hadid, David Beckham, Kourtney Kardashian, Winnie Harlow, Luka Sabbat, DJ Khaled, Lily Allen and David Harbour sat front row to watch Dior Men’s Artistic Director Kim Jones present his latest pre-fall collection during an exclusive runway show. Kicking off Art Basel Miami at the recently opened Rubell Contemporary Art Museum, Nina Dobrev, Maluma, Nikolai von Bismarck, Ricky Martin and Teyana Taylor made up the rest of the VIP guestlist.
Fenty founder Rihanna made a surprise appearance at this year’s British Fashion Awards to collect the Urban Luxe prize, presented to her by Janet Jackson and Tyler, the Creator in front of A-listers Cate Blanchett, Julia Roberts, Kaia Gerber, Tom Cruise, Irina Shayk, Donatella Versace, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Anna Wintour. Hosted by Tracee Ellis Ross at the Royal Albert Hall, other winners and honourees on the night included Naomi Campbell, who was presented with the Fashion Icon award, her protégé and Model of the Year Adut Akech, and Giorgio Armani, Sarah Burton and Sam McKnight. Ella Balinska, Liam Payne, Emilia Clarke, Alexa Chung, Adwoa Aboah, Barbara Palvin and Emma Roberts were among other celebrities at the ceremony, which was followed by parties hosted by Fenty, Armani and Campbell.
Lionel Messi won the Ballon d'Or for a record sixth time, taking home the award from the annual ceremony which this year took place at Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris. The Argentinian forward tipped Virgil van Dijk, Cristiano Ronaldo and Kylian Mbappé to win, with last year's winner Lucas Modric presenting him with the award, and Didier Drogba was on hosting duties.
Lily James presented Dame Kristen Scott Thomas with the Richard Harris Award at Old Billingsgate this year as stars came together to celebrate at the British Independent Film Awards. Guests at the ceremony, hosted by Aisling Bea, included Ella Balinska, Sam Claflin, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Dev Patel, Dominic West, Eleanor Tomlinson, Himesh Patel, Wendell Pierce, Holliday Grainger, Jason Isaacs, Joe Alwyn, Joe Cole, Reggie Yates and Sally Hawkins. Josh O'Connor, Ruthxjiah Bellenea, Sam Adewunmi, Waad Al-Kateab, Harry Wootliff and Emma Jane Unsworth were also among winners on the night.
Cheryl, Erin O'Connor and Sarah Jane Mae were among an eclectic crowd at charity Borne's biennial Orient Express themed fundraiser and black-tie dinner. Former tennis player Greg Rusedski, TV presenter Diana Dougherty, cinematographer Ben Richardson and rugby player Will Greenwood were also at Freemasons' Hall to support the organisation, which helps with death and disability in childbirth.
Dame Shirley Bassey, Alan Carr, Viscountess Emma Weymouth, Meg Mathews and Craig Revel Horwood gathered to support friend and fashion designer Julien Macdonald as he hosted a fashion show and dinner in aid of the National Osteoporosis Society. Held at London’s Banqueting House, other VIPs included Ben Cohen, Arlene Phillips, Dame Jenni Murray and Thom Evans.
Rylan Clark-Neal was on hosting duties at 7 Addington Street as Amazon launched its Home of Black Friday pop up, with performances from Melanie C and Paloma Faith. Other guests celebrating the opening of the tech company's series of events, included Frankie Bridge, Vogue Matthews, Nicola Roberts, Eyal Booker and Candice Brown.
Hunger Games actor Sam Claflin joined his co-star Aisling Franciosi at Curzon Soho as the pair attended a screening of their controversial new film. Directed by Australian filmmaker Jennifer Kent, behind 2014's hit horror The Babadook, the thriller tells the story of a 21 year old Irish convict desperate to escape her abusive master in colonial era Australia.
Iconic supermodel Naomi Campbell was joined by VIP guests Boy George, Lilly Becker, IAMDDB, Elen Rivas and Daniel Lismore at the launch of her fourth Fashion For Relief charity pop-up. Launching just in time for Christmas at Westfield London, other celebrity guests at the celebration included Siobhan Bell, Laura Whitmore, Hofit Golan, Snoochie Shy and Tallia Storm.
Love Island presenter Caroline Flack swapped the island villa for the red carpet as she hosted the ASOS Beauty Awards, welcoming former co-stars Montana Brown, Olivia Buckland, Alex Bowen, Lucie Donlan, Ellie Brown, Belle Hassan, Francesca Allen, Adam Collard and Jess Woodley to London's HAC. Celebrating the achievements of hair, skin and beauty brands, other celebrities at the awards included Patsy Kensit, Vanessa White, Felicity Hayward, Joey Essex, Gillian McKeith, Kristina Rihanoff and Tallia Storm.
Swedish actress Noomi Rapace was among a select crowd at Warner House to hear filmmaker Todd Phillips discuss his acclaimed film, Joker. Alice Dellal, Jaime Winstone and Damien Hirst were also at the intimate screening where the American director discussed the making of the Oscar tipped drama.
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