Talk about insane trains! Stars didn’t hold back when it came to rocking long, luxurious backsides to their gowns. Rihanna and Kim Kardashian are just a few of the stars who flaunted the sort of lengths usually reserved for royalty and brides on their wedding day — and we loved it!
Rihanna, 27, is one of the best-dressed pop divas around, so it’s not a shock that her bright yellow robe stole the carpet at the Met Ball in NYC on May 4. Many other celebs followed in her fashionable footsteps and also went for long, dramatic trains. Read on to get the details, and leave us a comment on which celeb had the best train game!
Fall Out Boy let one lucky fan work as their assistant in a wild new music video for their song ‘Uma Thurman’ — and took down an anti-gay law in the process. Check it out!
Talk about a dream job! Fall Out Boy‘s video for “Uma Thurman,” their latest hit off American Beauty/American Psycho, gives an ecstatic fan the chance of a lifetime — becoming their assistant catering to their every whim. Sure, star-studded parties and paintball sessions are amazing, but so is utterly destroying one of the most staunchly anti-gay laws in the country.
For the first time since stepping out with a drastically different look, Uma Thurman has finally decided to address what she calls a ‘make up’ issue.
Uma Thurman, 44, took a moment to finally respond to the uproar her unrecognizable face caused while she was promoting her upcoming mini-series, The Slap. The longtime address not only opened up about her bizarre look, but even joked about it while talking to Savannah Guthrie on the Today Show.
Uma was the talk of the town as she walked the carpet at the premiere party for the upcoming TV series ‘The Slap’ in New York on Feb. 9. Fans and doctors speculated that she had gotten plastic surgery — and now her makeup artist is setting the record straight!
Uma Thurman sparked controversy due to her shockingly different appearance on the carpet on Feb. 9. Doctors offered their expert opinions, saying that it looked like Botox or a possible brow lift. PEOPLE spoke to her makeup artist Troy Surratt, someone who knows her face very well! Get his take on the controversy below!
Uma Thurman dropped jaws when she hit a red carpet in NYC on Feb. 9 looking… well, not like Uma Thurman. HollywoodLife.com has asked experts to weigh in on Uma’s strange new look — here’s what they had to say.
Uma Thurman, 44, was unrecognizable on the red carpet for her new NBC miniseries The Slap. So has she had major work done or what? Plastic surgeons give their expert opinions to HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Tons of people are tweeting about Uma Thurman’s new unrecognizable look, and unfortunately — they aren’t very happy to see her changed face.
Uma Thurman, 44, is the subject of mass speculation after debuting a drastically different look while walking a red carpet in New York City on Feb. 9, 2014. The Slap actress’ fans are sounding off on social media with their thoughts on her barely recognizable face.
Whoa. What happened to Uma Thurman? The actress looked like a completely different person while walking a red carpet on Feb. 9 in NYC.
Uma Thurman, 44, is nearly unrecognizable these days. For the first time in a few weeks, the actress was photographed at an event– but she has clearly undergone a transformation!
Uma and Arpad have called it quits after a seven year on-again off-again relationship, according to a new report.
Uma Thurman and Arpad “Arki” Bussom have decided to call off their engagement for a second time, a source confirmed to Us magazine on April 22. Uma has been dating Arpad, an investor, in 2007, but called off their engagement in 2009 and even returned her ring at the time. However, a year later she took him back. Are you shocked the couple are off again?!
The star looked absolutely stunning in not one, but two glam gowns — but which look did you like better? VOTE!
Uma Thurman wowed the crowd when she stepped out at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival on May 26. The 43-year-old put her figure on full display in not one, but two show-stopping dresses. Doesn’t she look phenomenal?
Striking middle parts were a major trend at the UNICEF Snowflake Ball 2012 on November 27 in New York City. These ladies polished off their sleek hairstyles with sharp parts. Whose look do YOU love? Sound off below!
While Rob attended the ‘Elle’ magazine’s 19th Celebration of Women in Hollywood gala on Oct. 15 to help honor his ‘Bel Ami’ co-star Uma, he didn’t seem to be missing Kristen Stewart much as he was flirting with Uma all night!
Robert Pattinson showed off his sexy scowl while donning a gray suit at a gala in Hollywood on Oct. 15! The Twilight star appeared to be in bright spirits while his Bel Ami co-star, Uma Thurman was whispering in his ear and stroking his back the entire evening!
Uma and her beau Arpad Busson welcomed a baby girl on July 15! Congratulations to the happy couple!
Uma Thurman gave birth to her third child on July 15, according to Us Weekly. The baby girl joins Uma’s other two children — Mya, 13, and Levon, 10, — from her ex-husband, Ethan Hawke. This is the Oscar-nominee’s first child with financier Arpad Busson.
Who will step up to the spotlight and save the show? That’s the question on the mind of every viewer — and chorus girl.
I never thought I’d say this, but I think someone has finally surpassed Ellis (Jaime Cepero) in the race for the least likable character on Smash — and that person is Mr. Dev Sundaram (Raza Jaffrey). On the May 6 episode, after waking up in bed with Ivy (Megan Hilty), Dev actually had the nerve to re-propose to Karen (Katharine McPhee). And this time, she wasn’t “in tech,” so she said yes.
I know it’s a musical, but this week’s ‘Smash’ had more partner-swapping than a square dance.
Am I crazy, or do Julia (Debra Messing) and Frank (Brian d’Arcy James) now have the most stable relationship out of all the couples on Smash? By the time the curtains dropped on the April 30 episode, both Karen (Katharine McPhee) and Ivy’s (Megan Hilty) love lives were in shambles as their boyfriends spent the hour getting handsy with other dames.