Sam Faiers, Imogen Thomas, Claire Sweeney and Lydia Bright were among VIPs at the premiere of Peppa Pig: Festival Of Fun. Joined by their kids and a giant Peppa Pig, the celebrities enjoyed a preview of the new animated film at Vue West End, which also saw Vanessa Feltz, Kat Shoob, Naomi Isted, Helen George and Talia Dean attend.
George and Amal Clooney turned heads as they greeted crowds in Edinburgh for the People's Postcode Lottery charity gala. Human rights lawyer Amal wore a Stella McCartney one-shoulder satin crepe jumpsuit as she posed alongside her A-list actor husband in front of a wall of bright flowers, before heading inside McEwan Hall. The couple attended on behalf of their charity the Clooney Foundation for Justice, and were joined by People's Postcode Lottery ambassadors Jeff Brazier and Matt Johnson for the annual event, hosted by Natasha Kaplinsky.
Taylor Swift, Alicia Keys, Bebe Rexha, Garth Brooks and Ella Mai were among winners at this year's iHeartRadio Music Awards, which celebrated the best music of the past year. Ariana Grande topped the bill of performers at the Microsoft Theater, taking to the stage following performances from Backstreet Boys, John Legend, T-Pain, Halsey, Kasey Musgraves and Yungblud. Guests at the LA ceremony included Chris Pratt, Billie Eilish, Elle Fanning, Heidi Klum, Katy Perry, Madison Beer, Maren Morris, Miguel, Zedd, Zara Larsson and Steven Tyler.
Fresh after the success from his Fleabag debut, Andrew Scott stepped out to support his friend and leading man Tom Hiddleston, on the opening night of Betrayal. The Sherlock actor was joined by Keith and Alfie Allen, Celia Imrie, Colin McFarlane, Hayley Squires, Laura Carmichael, Rupert Graves and Zoë Wanamaker, as The Night Manager star performed in the final play of the Harold Pinter season. Hiddleston and his co-stars Zawe Ashton and Charlie Cox celebrated at the show's afterparty at The Cafe In The Crypt, with the play's director Jamie Lloyd.
Danny Dyer was the talk of The Prince's Trust Awards after he revealed his 'royal connections' to The Prince of Wales, telling him 'we're cousins'. Following the 'family reunion', Charles met other celebrity supporters and ambassadors at the London Palladium including Brian May, Maya Jama, Kate Garraway, Michael McIntyre and Tinie Tempah, who were all on hand to present awards to young people who have overcome difficult circumstances.
The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out in a recycled Alexander McQueen dress as she attended the National Portrait Gallery's annual gala. The Royal and NPG patron was later joined by David and Victoria Beckham, who arrived hand in hand to the A-list fundraiser, and Princess Beatrice and her new boyfriend Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi. British Vogue Editor Edward Enninful was on hosting duties for the evening, with friends Kate Moss, Jourdan Dunn, Naomi Campbell, Alexa Chung and Liam Payne on hand. Christian Louboutin, Grayson Perry and Bianca Jagger rounded off the guest list.
Liam Neeson made a return to the red carpet for the first time since his race row as he joined close friend Ralph Fiennes at the premiere of his new film. Fiennes, who directed The White Crow, joined VIPs at the premiere of his biopic of legendary Russian ballet dancer Rudolph Nureyev, with former Harry Potter co-star Helena Bonham Carter, and veteran dance professionals Arlene Phillips and Wayne Sleep among those at The Curzon Mayfair. Actor Oleg Ivenko, who plays Nureyev, joined Fiennes for a Q&A following the screening, before the pair headed to an intimate afterparty at Little House.
David Walliams, Christopher Kane, Natalie Imbruglia, Tamzin Outhwaite, Laura Carmichael, Martin Kemp and Tracey Emin were among artists and friends of George Michael at a VIP reception celebrating the upcoming auction of the late singer’s personal art collection. Held at Christie’s iconic auction house in London, other VIP guests at the preview included Roman Kemp, Jackie St Clair, Andrew Ridgeley, Nicky Clarke, Neil Tennant, Julien MacDonald and Kate Thornton.
Danny Dyer, Greg James, Michael McIntyre, Alan Shearer and Andrew Flintoff were among winners at this year's TRIC Awards, which honours the best performers and programmes of the last year. The 50th anniversary ceremony, hosted by Lisa Snowdon, saw Emily Atack, John Barrowman, Frankie Bridge, Amber Davies, Dan Walker, Joey Essex, Jessica Wright, Jon Snow, Lemar, Lorraine Kelly, Megan Mckenna, Oti Mabuse, Vick Hope and Vicky Pattison among guests at Grosvenor House.
Proud parents Thandie Newton and Ol Parker accompanied their rising star daughter, Nico Parker, to the world premiere of Dumbo, Disney's new take on their classic animation, directed by Tim Burton. Circus acts performed stunts as A-list VIPs Angelina Jolie, Dame Helen Mirren and Ruby Rose arrived at The Regency Village Theatre to join the live action film's other stars Colin Farrell, Eva Green and Danny DeVito.
Canadian musician David Foster was on hand to support his fiancée Katherine McPhee as the leading lady wowed audiences on the opening night of the hit musical Waitress. Cuba Gooding Jr, Sir Michael Caine, Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber and Beverley Knight were among VIPs at the Adelphi Theatre, joining cast Marisha Wallace, Jack McBrayer and Shaun Prendergast, and Love Song hitmaker Sara Bareilles, who composed the lyrics and music for the original production.
In The Style ambassadors Dani Dyer and Charlotte Crosby helped launch the brand’s International Women’s Day campaign, joining VIP guests Georgia Steel and Jodie Weston at Shoreditch’s Ballie Ballerson. Former TOWIE star James Lock was also in attendance with girlfriend Yazmin Oukhellou, alongside influencers Victoria Clay, Tonique Campbell and Rebecca Ferdinando.
Cheryl was among guests at the Hammersmith Apollo, celebrating this year's Global Awards which honoured the biggest and best loved stars of music, news and entertainment, including Little Mix, Mark Ronson, Dua Lipa and Blossoms. Lang Lang, Anne-Marie and Mabel took to the stage at the annual ceremony, hosted by Rochelle Humes, Roman Kemp and Myleene Klass, and Ava Max, Emma Bunton, Fleur East, Kelly Brook, Olly Murs, Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan were among guests.
The Duchess of Sussex made a surprise appearance at WE Day UK as her husband, The Duke of Sussex, collected her from her seat after he delivered an inspirational speech, in his role as president of The Queen's Commonwealth Trust. The royal pair, who are expecting their first child together, were joined by Naomi Campbell, Nicole Scherzinger and Natalia Vodianova for the sixth annual conference, bringing together 12,000 students and teachers. Liam Payne, Tom Walker and Pixie Lott all took to the stage at SSE Arena Wembley to perform throughout the day.
Camilla Rutherford, Prue Leith, Charlie Webster and Nell Hudson gathered at Skylon Bar on London’s Southbank for a special International Women’s Day reception in aid of Women’s Aid. Co-hosted by actress Dame Julie Walters and Spice Girl Mel B, other VIPs at the charity fundraiser included Jane Moore, Louise Gannon and Lizzie Cundy.
Following her stint in the I'm A Celeb... jungle, Emily Atack looked ready for spring in a lilac suit as she celebrated the launch of her collaboration with online fashion brand In The Style. Joining the former Inbetweeners actress, Celebrity Juice's Leigh Francis, Geordie Shore star Charlotte Crosby and Scarlett Moffatt helped their friend celebrate at celebrity haunt Libertine, along with other VIPs Ashley James, Charlotte de Carle and Vick Hope.
Cara Delevingne took an emotional walk down the catwalk as she opened the anticipated Chanel show at Paris Fashion Week, celebrating the final collection created by Karl Lagerfeld following his death last month. The model wore checked wide-leg trousers that epitomised the modern Chanel aesthetic, whilst Lagerfeld's fellow muse Penélope Cruz made her catwalk debut alongside faces of the brand Kaia Gerber, Vittoria Ceretti and Adesuwa Aighewi. Kristen Stewart, Naomi Campbell, Marion Cotillard, Claudia Schiffer, Janelle Monáe, Ashley Benson, Dame Anna Wintour, Clémence Poésy and Ellie Bamber all observed a minute's silence from the front row before the show began in the Grand Palais, transformed into an Alpine ski resort, under the direction of new Chief Designer Virginie Viard.
Oscar winner Olivia Colman was among guests at The National Theatre's Up Next Gala, joining Cate Blanchett, David Tennant, Christopher Eccleston and Charles Dance at the annual fundraiser. Gary Kemp, Stephen Mangan, Lesley Manville, Imelda Staunton and Jim Carter also attended the gala, supporting inspirational work in and with communities across the UK.
Anne Marie, Neelam Gill, Maya Jama, Edith Bowman, Katherine Ryan, Emma Willis and Kelly Holmes were among women being celebrated for their achievements at Stylist Magazine’s inaugural Remarkable Women Awards. Held at the Rosewood Hotel ahead of this year’s International Women’s Day, other VIP guests included Munroe Bergdorf, Chidera Eggerue, Angela Scanlon, Keely Hawes, Sara Pascoe and Vick Hope.
A-list British film stars Eddie Redmayne, Luke Evans, Lily James, Andy Serkis, Billy Nighy and Jason Isaacs were on the red carpet to inspire the next generation of filmmakers at the annual Into Film Awards. Hugh Bonneville, David Walliams, Rhys Ifans, Nico Mirallegro and Amma Asante were also at Odeon West End were prizes were handed out to young creatives keen to break into the film industry.
Oprah Winfrey sat on a star-studded front row alongside Janelle Monáe, Karlie Kloss and Edward Enninful for the Stella McCartney Paris Fashion Week catwalk show. McCartney lined the runway with written notes of thanks to friends and benefactors, whilst her models including Kaia Gerber and Natalia Vodianova wore a collection of long coats in fake fur and leather and winter boots. Alexa Chung, Lewis Hamilton, Maisie Williams, Doutzen Kroes, Anna Dello Russo, Dame Anna Wintour and Clémence Poésy were among further VIP guests at the Opéra National de Paris.
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