2019 Glamour Women of the Year guests of honour Charlize Theron, Megan Rapinoe, Yara Shahidi, Ava DuVernay, Tory Burch and Margaret Attwood were joined by VIP guests Anna Wintour, Jane Fonda, Karolina Kurkova, James Blake, Willow Shields and Olivia Palermo on the red carpet outside New York’s Alice Tully Hall for this year’s awards ceremony. Hosted by activist and author Busy Philipps, other special guests and award presenters in attendance included Samira Wiley, Brooke Shields, Jameela Jamil, Iskra Lawrence, Tamron Hall and Laura Whitmore.
Emilia Clarke and Dame Emma Thompson led arrivals on the festive red carpet at the BFI Southbank, joining director Paul Feig and their co-stars for the premiere of Last Christmas. Andrew Ridgeley was among guests, celebrating the release of the new film which features the music of his late collaborator George Michael. Kylie Minogue and Martin and Shirlie Kemp also attended.
Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian were among guests at this year's E! People's Choice Awards, joining stars of entertainment as they celebrated the best in film, music and television. Kevin Hart was honoured as he made his first appearance since his car accident, alongside a list of winners which included Jennifer Aniston, P!nk, Zendaya, Cole Sprouse and Gwen Stefani. Kelly Rowland, Kelsea Ballerini, Jimmy Fallon, Terry Crews, Sarah Hyland and Brittany Snow also attended the ceremony at Barker Hangar, Santa Monica.
Nicola Adams, Ashley Walters, Lesley Manville and Alex Lawther were among guests at the BAFTA Breakthrough Brits reception as this year's selection, including Abubakar Salim, Chris Cox and Niamh Algar, was unveiled to press. Other guests at Banqueting House included Callum Turner, Denise Gough, George MacKay, Michael Whitehall and Kingsley Ben-Adir, with this year's event, in association with Netflix, featuring Joe Cole, Penny Woolcock and Bertie Carvel on the judging panel.
Love Island 2017 star Gabby Allen was joined by fellow reality stars Amy Hart, Alex Bowen, Laura Anderson, Georgia Steel, Olivia Buckland, Tyla Carr and Anna Vakili to launch her gym wear range with SportFX. Held at London’s Tropicana Beach Club, other VIPs celebrating the collaboration included Georgia Harrison, Ashley James, Lottie Tomlinson and Yazmin Oukhellou.
The Capture star Famke Janssen, Joely Richardson, Simon Callow and Anneka Rice were among guests attending theatre company Chickenshed’s annual gala, which celebrated its 45th anniversary this year. Joining them at the A Night For Dreamers themed soiree at Kensington Palace were Dame Janet Suzman, Christopher Biggins, Max Irons, Sinead Cusack, Mathew Horne, Michelle Collins, Carol Jackson, Sue Hoskins and Scott Mitchell.
Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirwall of Little Mix wore coordinating designs from their new Pretty Little Thing collection at the exclusive party launching the range at Aynhoe House in Oxford. Taking a short break from their UK tour, the girl group was joined by influencers and VIPS including Lottie Moss, Molly-Mae Hague, Aston Merrygold, Vanessa White, Felicity Hayward and Amel Rachedi.
Designer Bella Freud joined Angus Deayton, Paulina Swarovski, Gemma Gregory and Zoe Williams on the red carpet at The Roundhouse for blood cancer charity's third Big Love Gala. Hosted by philanthropist and DKMS co-founder Katharina Harf, other guests included Anna-Lena Kamenetzky-Wetzel, John Spinnato, Jonathan Pearce, Louise Rowlingson and Marc Quinn, who all watched on as Marcus Mumford performed at the flagship fundraiser.
Ant McParltin and Declan Donnelly attended a BAFTA preview of their new two part ITV documentary, Ant & Dec's DNA Journey, which sees the pair explore their ancestry through their DNA with the help of historians and genealogists. Discussing the making of the programme at The Barbican, the pair spoke openly for the first time about McPartlin’s drink and drugs battle, with Donnelly confessing he thought he'd 'lost' his best friend forever following his infamous drink driving incident.
Niall Horan joined Modest! Management co-founders Richard Griffiths and Harry Magee as they were honoured at this year's Music Industry Trusts Awards gala, in aid of Nordoff Robbins and the BRIT Trust. Katherine Jenkins, Mae Muller, DJ Ironik and Jamie Scott were among guests at Grosvenor House, where Marvin and Rochelle Humes played host.
Graham Norton, Andrew Lincoln and Famke Janssen were at the opening night of Death Of A Salesman, as it moved to the West End's Piccadilly Theatre after a sell out run at The Young Vic. The show was followed by an afterparty at The May Fair Hotel, where director Marianne Elliott and cast Wendell Pierce and Sharon D Clarke joined guests Anna Wilson-Jones, Dominic West, Lesley Manville and Patti Boulaye.
Nicole Kidman, Renée Zellweger, Charlize Theron, Sienna Miller and Jennifer Garner were out in force for this year's 23rd Annual Hollywood Film Awards in Los Angeles. Host Rob Riggle was on hand to greet guests Jessie Buckley, Olivia Wilde, Laura Dern, Kaitlyn Denver, Antonio Banderas, Pharrell Williams and Taron Egerton at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, while other notable names included Finn Wittlock, Celia Imrie, Dexter Fletcher, Dale Dickey, Shia LeBeouf, Cynthia Erivo and David Furnish.
Dua Lipa opened this year's MTV Europe Music Awards with a performance accompanied by over 40 dancers, before Liam Gallagher, Green Day, Halsey, Ava Max and BTS were presented with gongs. Mabel, Rosalia and Niall Horan also performed at the Seville ceremony, which was hosted by Becky G. Joan Smalls, Cristiano Ronaldo, Leomie Anderson, Akon, Doutzen Kroes and Nicole Scherzinger were also in attendance.
Jessie Buckley was among big winners at the British Academy Scotland Awards, winning the coveted Best Actress award. Edith Bowman hosted the night celebrating talent across film, games and television, with other winners including Lorn Macdonald, Alex Ferns and Kelly Macdonald. Guests at the DoubleTree Hilton Glasgow included Martin Compston, Kirsty Wark, David Hayman, Iain Stirling and Derry Girls stars Nicola Coughlan and Saoirse-Monica Jackson.
Heidi Klum dressed in a gruesome 'Frankenstein' costume as she hosted her infamous Halloween party at Cathédrale in New York. Jonathan Van Ness, Drew Barrymore, Ice-T, Georgia Fowler, Neil Patrick Harris and Slick Rick joined Klum at the annual A-list party, this year presented by Amazon Prime Video and SVEDKA Vodka, dressed in costumes ranging from Audrey Hepburn to the Olsen twins.
A host of A-list stars arrived for Jonathan Ross's annual star-studded Halloween bash. Liam Payne and girlfriend Maya Henry dressed as Batman and Catwoman, Craig Revel Horwood arrived as Cruella de Vil, while Maya Jama joined before hosting her own party dressed as a mermaid. Other guests at the party were Simon Pegg, Stephen Merchant, Holly Willoughby, Jimmy Carr, Aziz Ansari, Davina McCall and Dermot O'Leary.
Bodyguard actress and UNICEF ambassador Keeley Hawes, Laura Whitmore and Georgia Toffolo attended UNICEF's seventh annual Halloween Ball at London's One Marylebone. UNICEF UK Supporters Cel Spellman and Levison Wood were also on hand, while Jessie Ware, Jools Holland and Anne-Marie performed during the evening.
Rosie Huntington-Whitley, Cate Blanchett, Adwoa Aboah, Helena Bonham-Carter, Gala Gordon, Sophie Dahl, Jorja Smith and Alexa Chung were among award winners and presenters gracing the red carpet outside of London’s Claridge’s for this year’s Harper’s Bazaar Women of the Year Awards. Celebrating female achievements across entertainment and the arts, Jason Statham, Cressida Bonas, Andrew Upton, Molly Goddard, Dina Asher-Smith, Roksanda Ilincic, Sam Rollinson, Jeanette Winterson and Samantha Cameron were among other VIPs joining magazine editor Justine Picardie at the celebratory dinner.
Dame Helen Mirren and Sir Ian McKellan led co-stars Russell Tovey, Jim Carter, Nell Williams, Michael Culkin, Stella Stocker and Spike White on the red carpet at the BFI Southbank for the premiere of The Good Liar. The cast were joined by author Nicholas Serle and screenwriter Bill Condon, and other VIPs included Bianca Jagger, Edith Bowman, Clare Balding, Frances Barber and Fiona Shaw.
Janet Jackson, Cheryl, Harry Kane, Gareth Southgate, Anne-Marie, Michael Sheen, Simon Cowell, Ken Loach and David Haye were some of the biggest names coming together to honour this year’s Pride of Britain Award winners. Hosted by Carol Vorderman for the 20th year, other VIP attendees at Grosvenor House included Adam Lambert, Jodie Kidd, Holly Willoughby, Megan McKenna, Joel Dommett, Molly-Mae Hague, Louise Redknapp, Michelle Visage, Nicola Roberts, Martin Kemp and Peter Andre.
Jennifer Lopez led A-listers Tom Hanks, Regina King, Scarlett Johansson, Meg Ryan, Renée Zellweger, Lupita Nyong’o, Charlize Theron, Will Ferrell, Adam Sandler and Dakota Johnson on the red carpet at this year’s Governers Awards at Ray Dolby Ballroom. This year honouring Geena Davis and David Lynch, other VIP attendees included Robert Pattinson, Saoirse Ronan, Taron Egerton, Lili Reinhart, Meg Ryan, Kyle Maclachlan, Jamie Foxx, Idina Menzel, Florence Pugh, Edward Norton and Daniel Kaluuya.
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