The tales of a freelancer based in New York. Told from a first hand perspective, deep in the trenches of current events and celebrity red carpets. The sole purpose of the site is to bring some laughter, a little payback and/or a smile to its readers and feed my urge.
Kellan Lutz is a doll. We mean that in the most endearing way possible. Yes, he is also studly, but give him a red nose, on the step-and-repeat, during the Red Nose Day benefit, and he will ham it up for the crowd without a second thought.
How many hotties do you know that can forego composure, for a good cause, and look good doing it?
The Hercules star was joined on the carpet by the likes of Rose Byrne, Billy Eichner, Cheryl Burke, Elizabeth Moss, Jeff Dye, Jill Kargman, Laura Gomez, Michael Che, Sawyer Fredericks, Stephen Merchant, Nicole Scherzinger and a worked-out Josh Groban. Read the rest of this entry »
Tyra Banks sashayed into the Bower Hotel Terrace for the Future Campaign for The Lower Eastside Girls Club benefit, last night in full runway regalia.
The sexy supermodel was joined at the annual fete by Rosario Dawson, Tia Beauchamp, NFL star Prince Amukamara, singer Elle King, Andre J., and nightlife diva Connie Fleming. Read the rest of this entry »
Empire’s resident young hip-hop trouble-maker, with abs of steel, Bryshere Y. Gray, stopped by The Hole to aid the launch the Mishka Apparel clothing line party, yesterday.
The catered fete provided an artist den for an urban inclined crowd with a live art installation and designer Brisk iced tea mixture that looked like it could put you in a hole of your own, accompanied to tunes from a live DJ. Read the rest of this entry »
A happy birthday shout out to icon, legend, and timeless beauty – the one, the only, the premiere diva Cher on her 69th birthday! Read the rest of this entry »
By all accounts, getting the likes of 29-year-old Robert Pattinson to attend your MoMA premiere is a coup! It trumps every other event scheduled on the same evening, at the same time.
Sorry ABT, Sigourney Weaver in hot pink Escada ain’t making the cut.
Throw in indie stars Chloe Sevigny, Dree Hemingway and Natasha Lyonne, who joined the Twilight star at Benny and Josh Safdie’s “Heaven Knows What” NY premiere, last night, and you, by far, have aced solidifying the “must cover” event of the night. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in elizabeth banks on May 18, 2015
Beauty Elizabeth Banks’ Pitch Perfect II, marking her directorial debut, opened in the number one spot this weekend with box office tallies coming in at $70 million, reports state. Read the rest of this entry »
We thought Lena Dunham’s birthday a good day to stop by the HBO “Girls” set, during their Riverdale, NY residency, a few days ago.
What better opportunity to get a few shots of the writer/actress/director/producer maven than her special day.
Our efforts were rewarded, after a few hours of waiting, with a quick glimpse of her aboard her SUV heading back to her trailer, busily addressing her hand-held device. Read the rest of this entry »
“I’ve had a lot of ups and downs. It’s been quite a journey. I went to a dark place. There was a lot of not eating,” the singer tells the publication. Read the rest of this entry »
We recently caught hotness John Stamos at the FOX Upfronts presentations at Wolman Rink, in NYC. The 51-year-old Greek was promoting his new comedy Grandpa at the annual event featuring upcoming shows.
He recently shared this here below photo of his cheeky self, via his social media page, and it got us to salivating. Read the rest of this entry »
Becky Ann Baker took to the streets of Riverdale to film the much lauded HBO series “Girls,” yesterday. Well, actually, it was more like a conservation space down by the Hudson, but the trailers were straight smack on the city streets of Riverdale.
She was joined by two “day players” who we did not obtain names for. We did inquire but were told they were merely “day players.” (Don’t hesitate to drop us an email or leave us a message with their id’s if you recognize them – thank you very much!) Read the rest of this entry »