While it might’ve just been another scorching-hot, midsummer week for us laypeople, the stars were out and about, doing celebby things! Things like attending Leo DiCaprio‘s Foundation Launch in Saint-Tropez (Cara Delevingne), posing at a the Guardians of the Galaxy premiere (Zoe Saldana), and Taylor-Swifting in the streets of New York (Taylor Swift). The best part? They all looked spectacular while doing it. Read more…
Every generation thinks that their movie stars are the hottest, the sexiest, the most lust-worthy (ask your mom about Dustin Hoffman in 1968 and prepare to be shocked). But there’s nothing new in Hollywood — certainly not when it comes to its pin-ups. What was once considered attractive always come back full circle.
Reality stars are not immune to drama. In fact, if they’re interested in keeping their jobs, they’re expected to create it! Ever since the first table-throws, girl fights, and screaming matches went down in in reality history, the stars that got the most shine were — hmm, how do we say this? — the lively ones. But these days, the most entertaining antics seems to happen when the cameras aren’t rolling.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s annual Costume Institute Gala might be the one night a year that a fashion forward celebrity wants to wind up on the worst-dressed list. It’s the one night a year when couture walks the red carpet and failures are fawned over. Lupita Nyong’o, Kate Upton and more all surprised, dazzled and disappointed us in different ways last night–and we couldn’t be more thrilled about it!
Fashion’s biggest night is finally here! The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s annual Costume Institute Gala (aka the Met Ball) is tonight. Sarah Jessica Parker is going, and Gwyneth Paltrow is not, but what we really want to know is who will everyone be talking about more tomorrow? What Kim Kardashian was wearing or what Lupita Nyong’o wore?
The sun is shining, the birds are chirping and everyone you know is getting married. Soon, you’ll be asked to scrounge up money for a gift from Crate & Barrel and, if you’re a woman, someone’s probably going to ask you to be her bridesmaid. The thing is that not even celebrities are immune to this curse. Jennifer Lawrence and Keira Knightley are just a few of the glamorous goddesses of Hollywood who have put on a monochrome cocktail dress to play the part of “just another bridesmaid.”
Let’s be honest with ourselves: the most amazing thing about The Amazing Spider-Man franchise isn’t the superhero stunts or is it the jaw-dropping action sequences. The best part of the new Spider-Man movies is Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield‘s incendiary chemistry. Whether they’re canoodling on screen or in the streets of New York City, Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield might be the most adorable couple of all time.
Here at VH1, we love everything about celebrities. We love following their careers, dishing on their scandalous love lives and we absolutely adore it when they show up on a red carpet looking like a hot mess! So, in honor of our all-time least favorite fashions, we’re counting down the worst-dressed celebs in Hollywood today.
Celebrities are just like us. Right? They’re actual living, breathing humans with wants and needs and terrible ex-boyfriends and acne and mortgages. They’re people. And yet, not really. Somehow, stars make everything they do — even the mundane, ordinary things — look special. Aspirational. Even glamorous! The simple act of walking out of yoga class or shopping with friends can look like a still from a Annie Leibowitz photo shoot (want a true rock star moment? Catch Rihanna on a Starbucks run).
It’s unfair, but we wouldn’t have it any other way. Check out our top ten cases of celebs attempting — and failing — at being normal.
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From Katniss to Catwoman (all three of them), we’ve seen our favorite Hollywood actresses suit up in skin-tight costumes affectionately known as “catsuits.” Yes, they are all incredibly sexy, but are any of these catsuits legitimately super suits? As in, how useful are any of these tight outfits when these characters are in a tight spot?