Sir Elton John walked the green carpet with his husband David Furnish as they co-hosted the gala screening of their animated children's film Sherlock Gnomes, along with voice cast members James McAvoy, Ashley Jensen, Stephen Merchant and Jamie Demetriou. VIPs Blake Harrison, Dame Kelly Holmes, Edith Bowman, Gizzi Erskine and Sally Phillips also stepped out to Cineworld Leicester Square for the premiere of the family comedy.
Game of Thrones stars Hannah Murray and John Bradley-West celebrated the success of the hit fantasy drama as it led the BAFTA Craft Awards, taking home three gongs including the BAFTA Special Award. Hannah Britland, Ophelia Lovibond, Roisin Conaty, Susie Dent, MacKenzie Crook and Poldark stars Ellise Chappell and Harry Richardson were also among VIPs to join host Stephen Mangan at The Brewery as the best behind-the-camera talent were honoured by BAFTA.
Prince Harry congratulated Sir Mo Farah at the finish line of the Virgin London Marathon as he became the fastest marathon runner in British history. Celebrity runners Chris Evans, Rochelle Humes, Joel Dommett, Sophie Raworth and Gilles Peterson followed after in soaring temperatures on The Mall. Catriona Balfe, Bertie Carvel, Sam Attwater and George Lamb also completed the 26 mile race, while Katie Price dropped out due to a knee injury.
Beyoncé returned to the stage for the closing weekend of Coachella Festival following her headline making performance the week beforehand, as she performed alongside her sister, Solange Knowles. The pair took a tumble as the Crazy in Love singer attempted to lift her sister up during their dance sequence, as they headlined a packed weekend of sets from St Vincent, Vince Staples, Post Malone, Alt-J and Fleet Foxes.
BAFTA TV Awards host Sue Perkins joined awards contenders Sandi Toksvig, Jack Rowan and Adrian Dunbar to celebrate nominees ahead of the ceremony, and the BAFTA Craft Awards, next month. Susan Wokoma, Marcel Somerville, Krishnan Guru-Murthy and Roisin Conaty were also among an eclectic crowd on The Mondrian Hotel's rooftop to launch the two ceremonies.
Actress Rose McGowan joined Dame Vivienne Westwood, as the legendary British designer supported her son Joseph Corré at the launch of his exhibition, featuring artwork made from ash created from the burning of his punk memorabilia worth £5m. Corré's daughter, Cora, was also at Lazinc alongside VIPs Alistair Guy, Bez, Daniel Lismore, Sascha Bailey, Meredith Ostrom and Jennifer Robinson.
Holly Willoughby turned heads as she arrived in a bright yellow Jigsaw suit with her singer friend Nicole Appleton at English National Opera's fundraising gala. Marcella star Anna Friel was also on the red carpet, in a vintage scarlet gown, joining Cherie Blair, Harriet Harman, Melvyn Bragg and Nancy Dell'Olio at Gibson Hall to support the opera house.
Selena Gomez, Jennifer Aniston, Nicole Richie, Winnie Harlow, John Stamos, Maddie Ziegler and Cyndi Lauper joined thousands of young people from around California to share their hopes for the future at WE Day. British actress Lily Collins, who spoke at WE Day London last month, also took to the blue carpet at The Forum, alongside Paula Abdul, Bailee Madison, Lilly Singh and Sofia Carson.
Stella McCartney had her model muse Arizona Muse by her side as she unveiled two new pieces created in collaboration with Bolt Threads and Colorifix during the Fashioned From Nature private view. With her daughter Ella Edmondson in tow, Ab Fab star Jennifer Saunders also celebrated the V&A's latest fashion exhibition with guests including Ellie Goulding, Natalie Imbruglia, Nicola Roberts and Lady Amelia Windsor.
British rom-com actor Hugh Grant joined James Bond star Ben Whishaw at the premiere of their anticipated political drama, A Very English Scandal. Director Stephen Frears and writer Russell T Davis were also at BAFTA for the screening of the BBC One drama about disgraced MP Jeremy Thorpe.
Maxine Peake returned to the setting of her British comedy drama about a female comic in 1980s Sheffield as she joined former The Smiths star Johnny Marr and ex Pulp guitarist Richard Hawley at the film's gala screening. Peake's co-stars Corinne Bailey Rae and Dominic Brunt were also at Showroom Cinema Sheffield alongside writer Tony Pitts and producer Mark Vennis.
Former Made in Chelsea star Millie Mackintosh arrived with fiancé Hugo Taylor to the private view of Mr Brainwash's latest exhibition, and was joined by guests Lisa Snowdon, Jamie Laing, Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini, Tamara Ecclestone and Jay Rutland. The LA-based pop artist showcased his recent collection of works at the Maddox Gallery, which features traditional impressionist-style paintings.
Tina Turner hugged leading lady Adrienne Warren, following her acclaimed performance playing the iconic soul singer at the Tina press night. Sir Rod Stewart, Graham Norton, Trevor Nelson, Lenny Henry and Kelly Holmes were among VIP guests at The Aldwych Theatre, before continuing celebrations with cast members Kobna Holdbrook-Smith, Madeline Appiah, Lorna Gayle and Francesca Jackson at Somerset House.
In head-to-toe Gucci, Sir Elton John and his husband David Furnish headed to Dover Street Market with their Italian designer friend Alessandro Michele to celebrate the launch of their capsule collection Gucci x Elton John, inspired by John's 1970s heyday. In London to mark the occasion, the trio posed for cameras to unveil a ground floor installation dedicated to the tribute collection.
Naomie Harris, Alexandra Burke, Jeremy Irvine, Natalie Dormer, Joanne Froggatt and Vanessa White posed together for photos ahead of an exclusive performance by Rag’N’Bone Man at the launch of Marriott Rewards, the hotel group’s new international rewards scheme. Aisling Bea, Ashley James, Toby Huntington-Whiteley and Jasmine Hemsley were among other VIPs at the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel to help celebrate the new travel scheme.
Adwoa Aboah, Maya Jama, Sandi Toksvig and Ade Adepitan were among presenters at Global Citizen's live concert, urging people to support the charity's fight against extreme poverty. Performers on the night included Emeli Sandé, Naughty Boy, Gabrielle Aplin, Little Simz, Kojo Funds, Luisa Omielan and Professor Green, while Kofi Annan addressed the crowd.
Lorraine Kelly, The Duchess of York, Wayne Sleep, Anneka Rice, Montana Brown and Vanessa Feltz joined host David Walliams to celebrate the work of Chickenshed. Young performers who benefit from the inclusive theatre company's work were on hand to provide the entertainment at the fundraiser, which was held at ITV Studios and co-hosted by showbiz talent manager Jonathan Shalit, who quietly celebrated his birthday on the night.
Eva Longoria Bastón's famous friends Victoria Beckham, Felicity Huffman, Anna Faris and Ricky Martin turned out to mark the actress's induction onto the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The pregnant Desperate Housewives star became emotional as Faris, Huffman and Martin spoke at the event, and after the unveiling of her star she celebrated with a luncheon alongside other Hollywood stars Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington.
Acting as football manager for the day, comedian Alan Carr cheered on celebrity players Katie Price, Sam Bailey, Kerry Katona, Jake Wood and Jamie O'Hara for the first Sellebrity Soccer charity football game of 2018. Calum Best, Matthew Lapinskas, Scott Robinson and Jimmy Constable were among other VIPs battling the rain and playing for charity at Northampton's Sixfields Stadium.
Jeremy Scott returned to the Californian desert to host his annual Moschino party, surrounded by his model friends Gigi Hadid, Emily Ratajkowski and Slick Woods. Ahead of her Coachella debut, pregnant Cardi B was also in attendance, alongside Paris Jackson, Diplo and Gigi Gorgeous, at Scott's A-list party, where he announced in an Instagram Live with Hadid he is H&M’s latest collaborator.
Beyoncé Knowles reunited with her Destiny's Child bandmates Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, as well as her sister Solange and husband Jay Z as she headlined this year's Coachella. The Weeknd, Eminem, Cardi B, and French Montana performed at the California festival, while Rihanna, Bella Hadid, Hailey Baldwin, Brooklyn Beckham, Kourtney Kardashian, Emily Ratajkowski, P Diddy and Joan Smalls were among revellers.
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