Braving the wind and the rain, host Emma Willis joined Jennifer Hudson, Sir Tom Jones, Olly Murs and will.i.am at The Voice press launch. Despite the weather, Willis posed for selfies with fans while Murs danced his way up the red carpet to Manchester's Media City where budding singers performed for the celebrity judges to win a place on the live shows.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex carried out their first day of royal duties on their Commonwealth tour in Sydney, Australia, following their pregnancy announcement yesterday. The first official engagements saw them meet with Australian singer Missy Higgins and Australian Governor-General Peter Cosgrove before visiting the Sydney Opera House.
Nicole Kidman made a surprise appearance at the London Film Festival debut of her Oscar tipped drama Destroyer, joining director Karyn Kusama at the Vue West End screening. The Australian actress walked the red carpet at the premiere of the drama in which she swaps her blonde locks for a short bob and rugged style to play a traumatised police detective.
Ioan Gruffudd, Charlotte Church, Mandip Gill and Rhod Gilbert joined Huw Stephens at St David's Hall in Cardiff as he hosted this year's BAFTA Cymru Awards. Hit drama Keeping Faith won in three categories with its star Eve Myles taking home the best actress award. Jack Rowan was presented with the best actor gong for his role in Born To Kill as Welsh talent across film, games and television production were celebrated at the 27th ceremony. Gareth Thomas, Rhodri Meilir, Aimee Ffion Edwards, Amy Wadge and Sean Fletcher were also among guests.
Princess Eugenie looked radiant in a white gown designed by Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos as she exchanged vows with Jack Brooksbank at Windsor Castle. Escorted down the aisle by her father The Duke of York and with The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh, The Prince of Wales, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex among other Royal family members in attendance, the ceremony boasted an impressive celebrity guestlist including Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, Demi Moore, Cara Delevingne and Ricky Martin. Close friends of the couple Robbie Williams and Ayda Field were among further special guests, with their daughter Theodora acting as a bridesmaid alongside Princess Charlotte and pageboy Prince George.
Ricky Martin smiled as he was presented with the Legend Award by fellow singer Ellie Goulding at the annual Attitude Awards, joining fellow presenters and award winners Whoopi Goldberg, George Takei, Robbie Williams, Boy George and Tituss Burgess on the red carpet at London’s Roundhouse. Hosted by American TV personality Andy Cohen, the winners were joined by VIP guests David Furnish, Little Mix, Pixie Lott, Jess Glynne and Katherine Jenkins at the annual ceremony, this year in association with Virgin Holidays and Jaguar.
Dressed in a custom Chanel gown Keira Knightley joined co-stars Dominic West, Denise Gough, Eleanor Tomlinson, Jake Graf, Aiysha Hart, Ray Panthaki, Fiona Shaw, Shannon Tarbet and Dickie Beau at the gala screening of her new film Colette, in which she plays the legendary French novelist, best known for the novella Gigi. Director Wash Westmoreland also joined the stars in Leicester Square ahead of an afterparty at The BFI where Knightley swapped into another Chanel dress.
Leading lady Hayley Atwell was congratulated by Ed Miliband, David Walliams, Ian Hart, Elliot Levey and Edgar Wright following her performance in Measure for Measure. Fellow cast members Jack Lowden, Matt Bardock and Jackie Clune enjoyed drinks with acclaimed director Josie Rourke at the Donmar Warehouse, following the performance of Shakespeare's classic play.
Michelle Rodriguez joined co-stars Viola Davis and Daniel Kaluuya at Cineworld Leicester Square for the launch of the 2018 London Film Festival. Director Steve McQueen was also on the red carpet, with writers Gillian Flynn and Lynda La Plante, for the premiere of the thriller, based on La Plante's 1990s TV series about a group of women linked by debts left behind by their dead husbands' criminal activities. Directors Edgar Wright and Terry Gilliam were also among guests at the premiere, which was followed by a party at BFI Southbank.
Love Island 2018 winner Dani Dyer was joined by boyfriend Jack Fincham and supportive parents Danny Dyer and Joanne Mas as she unveiled her new clothing collaboration with In The Style. Showing off a snakeskin dress from the new collection, Dyer was joined by a host of reality star friends including Olivia Bowen and Pete Wicks, as well as her former Love Island co-stars Georgia Steel, Adam Collard, Alex George, Samira Mighty, Zara McDermott and Ellie Brown at London’s Libertine nightclub.
Taylor Swift kicked off this year's American Music Awards with her first award ceremony performance in three years, before Mariah Carey, Jennifer Lopez, Cardi B, Carrie Underwood, Ciara, Dua Lipa, Ella Mai and Post Malone took to the stage. Tracee Ellis Ross hosted the ceremony at the Microsoft Theater presenting the likes of Camila Cabello, Shawn Mendes, Florida Georgia Line and Khalid with this year's gongs. Heidi Klum, Amber Heard, Macaulay Culkin, Ashlee Simpson, Chantel Jeffries, Chloe x Halle, Rita Ora, Tyra Banks, G Eazy, Halsey, Bebe Rexha and Ty Dolla $ign were among guests.
Rosamund Pike joined British film stars including Tuppence Middleton, Tamsin Egerton, Daniel Kaluuya, Ruth Wilson and Natalie Dormer as IWC Schaffhausen presented the Filmmakers Bursary Award on the eve of the 62nd London Film Festival. The actress, whose latest film A Private War premieres at the annual event, joined other guests Jessie Buckley, Oliver Cheshire, Paul Sculfor, Sophie Kennedy Clark, Sai Bennett, Jaime Winstone at London’s Electric Light Station as the £50k was presented to Richard Billingham for his debut feature film, Ray & Liz.
X Factor winner Alexandra Burke took a break from her starring role in the West End production of Chicago to attend the annual Marie Claire Future Shapers awards. Kirsty Gallacher, Ella Eyre, Vick Hope, Clara Amfo, Kimberly Wyatt and Georgia May Foote were among further VIP guests at The Principal London for the women's fashion monthly's awards show honouring ten female trailblazers and role models.
Frank Lampard was joined by wife Christine as he was honoured at this year's Legends of Football gala. Lampard's close friend and former teammate John Terry was also among guests at Grosvenor House, as well as his father Frank Lampard Senior, Harry Redknapp, Rachel Riley, Mark Foster, Claudio Ranieri, Sven Goran Erickson and Petr Cech. During the evening guests tucked into a three course dinner and were treated to a performance from The Who's Roger Daltrey.
Downton Abbey stars Michelle Dockery and Allan Leech joined Audrey Hepburn’s youngest son, Luca Dotti, at a gala evening to celebrate the iconic actress’s life and to raise funds for Lymphoma Action and EURORDIS-Rare Diseases Europe. The Overtones and Kirsten Orsborn performed at the gala, held at The London Lancaster Hotel, where other guests included Ellise Chappell, Joshua Kane, Karen Bryson, Kimberley Garner.
Angela Scanlon, Megan Barton Hanson, Alex George, Samira Mighty and Gaby Allen joined Fearne Cotton at her annual music and comedy festival aimed at raising awareness of the importance of breast checks among young people. Annie Mac, Rae Morris, Melanie C, B*Witched, Zoe Lyons and Groove Armada were among performers at House of Vans.
Actress Salma Hayek was at the private view of award-winning director and writer Martha Fiennes' digital project during Frieze week. Bella Freud, Jean-David Malat and Meredith Ostrom also joined Serpentine Galleries CEO Yana Peel and Director Hans-Ulrich Obrist for the private party at the Sackler branch, where Fiennes' Yugen project, a moving image artwork of pre-recorded action sequences, musical scores and digital backgrounds, was on display.
Kate Moss made a surprise appearance to support friend and artist Chris Levine at the opening party for his new exhibition, Inner [Deep] Space, at London’s Park Village Studio. Lily Cole, Jo Whiley, Nick Knight, Charming Baker and Nikolai von Bismarck were among other VIPs at the exclusive preview, marking the official start of this year’s Frieze Art Fair and also raising money for the Elton John AIDS Foundation.
Rowan Atkinson heralded the return of his spoof spy comedy, Johnny English, as he joined his co-stars Olga Kurylenko and Ben Miller at the premiere of the third film in the series. Olly Murs, Roman Kemp and Bill Oddie were also at Curzon Mayfair for a screening of the film in which Atkinson's character comes out of retirement to find the mastermind hacker behind a cyber-attack.
Nicola Roberts, Laura Whitmore, Isaac Carew, Jack Guinness and Jenni Falconer were among guests celebrating the launch of Harry's Bar on London's James Street. Ahead of his wedding to Princess Eugenie next weekend, Jack Brooksbank was also in tow, joining the likes of Laura Pradelska and Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini at the all-day Italian eaterie.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex met with thousands of well-wishers as they made their first official visit to Sussex, their namesake county. Stopping off at Queen’s Park Primary School, Harry and Meghan high-fived the excited pupils before continuing their tour to the University of Chichester, before being greeted by cheering fans at Brighton Pavilion.
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