Global Gift Foundation co-founder Eva Longoria Bastón joined VIP guests Melanie Griffith, Paloma Faith, Robert Pires, Amanda Holden, Harold Tillman and Caroline Flack to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the London edition of the charity’s Global Gift Gala. Raising money for multiple charities around the world and held at the Rosewood Hotel, other guests included Katherine Jenkins, AJ Pritchard, Katie Piper, Julien MacDonald, Kelly Hoppen, Jack Guinness, Denise Van Outen and Saffron Barker.
Models Daisy Lowe and Erin O’Connor led the red carpet arrivals at this year’s Esquire Townhouse launch party, joining VIPs Eric Underwood, Eleanor Tomlinson, Johanna Konta, Isaac Carew, Dominic West, Tan France and Will Poulter at 10 Carlton House Terrace for the celebration. Held in association with Breitling, Sarah Ann Macklin and Sir Ben Ainslie attended ahead of speaking at the pop-up this week, while other guests included Anna Brewster, Roisin Murphy and Tom Parker Bowles.
Lewis Capaldi, Stormzy and Little Simz were among big winners at this year's Q Awards, taking home Best Track, Best Solo Artist and Best Vocal Performance respectively. Other winners on the night were Dizzie Rascal, Christine and the Queen, Suggs, Anna Calvi and Kano, while guests at London's Roundhouse included Anne-Marie, Jarvis Cocker, Rose McGowan and Ella Eyre.
Ruth Wilson, Morfydd Clark and Ruta Gedmintas were among stars at the premiere of the BBC adaptation of His Dark Materials. Sir Philip Pullman, author of the bestselling book, joined cast Clarke Peters, Dafne Keen and Joe Tandberg, along with guest Geri Horner, at the BFI Southbank.
Former model and future Dancing on Ice star Caprice Bourret joined VIP guests Hugh Bonneville, Binky Felstead, Laurence Fox, Martin Kemp, Rick Astley, Una Healy and Chris Hoy for a special 25th anniversary edition of the National Lottery Awards. Hosted by Ore Oduba at the BBC Media Centre to celebrate the Lottery fund’s work around the UK, other guests included Anneka Rice, Duncan James, Tameka Empson and Jayne Torvill.
Zendaya, Scarlett Johansson and Lena Waithe were among ELLE Magazine’s 2019 Women in Hollywood guests of honour, celebrating female actresses and other women in the industry. Bombshell co-stars Nicole Kidman, Margot Robbie and Charlize Theron were reunited on the red carpet, posing for photos outside New York’s Four Seasons Hotel, while other VIPs at the annual ceremony included Gwyneth Paltrow, Natalie Portman, Issa Rae, Madelaine Petsch, Nina Garcia, Joey King, Mindy Kaling and Jameela Jamil.
Judges Meghan Trainor, will.i.am, Olly Murs and Sir Tom Jones celebrated the launch of this year's series of The Voice at Media City, Salford, where they met fans and posed for photos on the red carpet. Host Emma Willis also joined the judges, alongside new backstage presenter AJ Odudu.
Margaret Atwood and Bernardine Evaristo were announced as joint winners of the coveted 2019 Booker Prize. Canadian author Atwood won for her anticipated sequel to The Handmaid's Tale, The Testaments, while Evaristo became the first black woman to win the prize with Girl, Woman, Other. Other nominees at this year's award were Sir Salman Rushdie, Lucy Ellmann, Chigozie Obioma and Elif Shafak, and the ceremony was followed by an afterparty hosted by publishers Little Brown at The Union.
Robert De Niro and Al Pacino were reunited with director Martin Scorsese on the red carpet as their new film, The Irishman, premiered at the London Film Festival. Harvey Keitel, Anna Paquin and Stephen Graham, who co-star in the crime drama, were also at the Odeon Luxe Leicester Square for the festival's closing gala, which was followed by an afterparty at The Freemasons' Hall. Hugh Grant, Edith Bowman, Arabella Chi and Wes Nelson were among guests.
Rocker Sir Mick Jagger attended the penultimate day of the London Film Festival to support bandmate Ronnie Wood at the screening of his documentary, Somebody Up There Likes Me. The Stones legends were joined by Wood's wife Sally, children Leah and Tyrone, and guests Imelda May and Gary Kemp at BFI Southbank.
Christina Aguilera performed for an A-list crowd including Katy Perry, Tom Ford, Paris Jackson, James Corden, Paris Jackson, Eva Longoria Bastón and Lea Michele at this year’s amfAR Los Angeles Gala. Held at MILK Studios to raise money for AIDs research, actress Gwyneth Paltrow was the guest of honour, while other VIPs included Rumer Willis, Frankie Grande, JoJo, Bobby Berk and Victoria Justice.
Keira Knightley led red carpet arrivals at the Embankment Garden Cinema as cast and VIP guests joined her for the premiere of Official Secrets. Gavin Hood, the director of the political thriller, also attended the London Film Festival screening after the stars met fans and posed for photos.
Alicia Vikander arrived on the red carpet at Vue West End for the premiere of Earthquake Bird alongside director Wash Westmoreland, producer Ridley Scott and co-star Naoki Kobayashi. Author of the novel Susanna Jones was also on hand, along with Netflix chief Ted Sarandos and actor Jack Huston.
The X Factor stars Nicole Scherzinger, Dermot O'Leary and Louis Walsh attended the red carpet launch of the new Celebrity X Factor. Hayley Hasselhoff, Olivia Olsen, Megan McKenna and former Love Islanders Wes Nelson, Eyal Booker, Samira Mighty and Zara McDermott were among contestants at The May Fair Hotel for the press screening of the new celebrity version of the ITV flagship show.
Taron Egerton, Cheryl, Sam Smith, Clara Amfo, Pixie Lott, Dame Joan Collins and Sophie Ellis-Bextor led the VIP arrivals at this year’s Virgin Atlantic Attitude Awards at Camden’s Roundhouse. Ava Max, Gareth Thomas, Dr Ranj Singh and Mika, who also performed, were among winners on the night, which was hosted by RuPaul’s Drag Race judge Ross Mathews, while other guests at the ceremony included Scarlett Moffatt, Katherine Jenkins, Dougie Poynter, Camilla Kerslake, Clare Balding, Julian Clary, Fat Tony, Jodie Harsh, Tan France and Munroe Bergdorf.
Angelina Jolie, the star of Maleficent: Mistress Of Evil, arrived on the red carpet at the Odeon Imax alongside director Joachim Rønning and co-stars Elle Fanning and Chiwetel Ejiofor for the premiere of the new Disney film. Ashley James, Binky Felstead, Courtney Act, Edith Bowman, Lucy Watson and Sophie Hermann were among VIP guests at the screening, before continuing celebrations at the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park.
Dame Joan Collins, Gary Barlow, Maura Higgins, Curtis Pritchard, Louis Walsh, Sue Perkins and Oti Mabuse were among guests at this year's Specsavers' Spectacle Wearer of the Year, celebrating the most stylish spectacle wearers, in aid of anti-bullying charity Kidscape. Tulisa Contostavlos, Spencer Matthews, Vogue Williams and Oliver Proudlock were also on the red carpet at 8 Northumberland Avenue, posing in their spectacles in front of a wall of flowers.
Katie McGlynn, Louisa Lytton and Maureen Lipman were among the small screen soap favourites at this year’s Inside Soap Awards, alongside winners Stephanie Davis (Best Actress), Adam Woodward (Best Actor) and Lorraine Stanley (Funniest Female). Max Bowden took home the award for Best Bad Boy, and was joined by guests Dawn Steele, William Beck, Sally Dynevor, Toby-Alexander Smith and Zack Morris at London's Sway Bar.
Arsène Wenger was this year's guest of honour at the 24th Legends of Football awards gala, and was joined by sports and entertainment stars including Alex Scott, Neil Jones, David Seaman, David Moyes, Robert Pires, Will Poulter, Sol Campbell, Sam Allardyce, Robin van Persie, Martin Keown, Kolo Toure, Ainsley Harriott, Jack Wilshere and Adrian Dunbar. Rudimental took to the stage to entertain VIP guests at Grosvenor House, accompanied by singer/songwriter Tom Walker.
Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne reunited on the red carpet for the premiere of The Aeronauts at The Mayor of London screening at London Film Festival. Joined by director Tom Harper, other guests included Rebecca Front, Jonathan Pryce, Lewin Lloyd, Todd Lieberman and Tom Courtenay, who joined the cast at the W Hotel following the premiere.
Adam Driver, Laura Dern and Ray Liotta took to the red carpet for the premiere of Marriage Story at London Film Festival. The stars were joined by director Noah Baumbach and his partner Greta Gerwig, producer David Hayman and Gillian Anderson for a screening and Q&A of the film about the disintegration of a marriage, followed by an afterparty at The May Fair Hotel.
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