Olivia Culpo looked sensational on the runway at The American Heart Association's Go Red For Women Red Dress Collection 2016 Presented By Macy's at The Arc.
The brunette beauty was flawless and stole the show on Thursday night (11.02.16) in her lavis...
Britain's Countess of Wessex visited a children's hospice to mark its fifteenth birthday.
The 51-year-old royal attended a celebration at Christopher's Hospice, run by Shooting Star Chase, in Guildford, Surrey yesterday (09.02.16).
A tweet off the monarchy's official Twitter account reads: "Happy 15th Birthday Christopher's Hospice, and thank you for the wonderful reception for The Countess of Wessex! (sic)"
Whilst the hospice added on their account: "The Countess of Wessex displayed her artistic skills designing her own member of The Friendlies @SSChospices today. (sic)"
Countess Sophie - who is a patron of the charity - spent the day chatting to patients and helping them decorate biscuits and cakes. She also helped blow out the birthday cake to mark the occasion.
Meanwhile, the Countess previously revealed she is inspired by the Queen and praised her for being a "great listener".
She shared: "Watching the Queen in certain situations - she's a great listener. And you see her considering what people are saying and you can see the information going in, and she clearly has a great desire to learn all the time. I think that's amazing at 89, with all she's seen and done in her life."
Bruce Willis will have a big part to play in the plot for the 'Die Hard' "prequel/sequel".
The 60-year-old actor starred as troubled detective John McClane in all five 'Die Hard' films and will feature heavily in the new movie titled 'Die Hard: Year One' - which is described as the origin story - and director Len Wiseman revealed the story will move between the past and the present.
The filmmaker - whose other work includes 'Total Recall' and 'Underworld' - teased: "The reason I say prequel/sequel is because I wasn't going to do it without Bruce. I'm also not going to do it with Bruce being a cameo bookend gimmick. It's really working into the plot, with the 70s having ramifications on present-day Bruce. It inter-cuts in a very fun, imaginative way with present-day John McClane."
The sixth film will be set in New York City in 1979 Wiseman, 42, says the film will ask the question "what created" McClane.
He admits he has discussed the topic with Bruce many times since the fourth film in the franchise the 2007 film 'Live Free or Die Hard'.
He told website Collider: "After doing the fourth one, there were so many conversations that Bruce [Willis] and I were having about what he put into the character for 'Die Hard 1'. That character comes in with so much baggage, emotionally, and experience. He's already divorced, he's bitter, his Captain hates him and doesn't want him back. So, what created that guy?"
'Die Hard: Year One' will be released in 2017.
Judd Apatow thinks 'Girls' would make a great movie.
The TV show - created by and starring Lena Dunham, with Judd as Executive Producer - will end after its upcoming sixth season and while the focus is on the finale right now, Judd, 48, admitted he would be open to making a big screen version of 'Girls' in the future.
He told Variety: "I think the show would work well as a movie. I don't think that's something [Dunham] wants to do immediately, but it would be a great movie. It feels like they've all been movies."
Lena, 29, previously insisted she would love to make a 'Girls' movie, explaining: "I have fantasies of us all coming back and making a movie when we're 40. I think we'd want to wait long enough for something to have really gone down."
While Judd would not give any hints on the season finale of the show, he admitted that Lena has something special in mind.
He recently said: "We just started kicking it around. There are ideas, but they could go out the window once we start typing. But there is an idea [Lena Dunham] has wanted to do for a few years."
Hayden Panettiere was "really surprised" by the support she received when she sought treatment for postpartum depression.
The 26-year-old actress checked into a facility in October - 10 months after the birth of her and fiancé Wladamir Klitschko's daughter Kaya - and she is "proud" to now be seen as a spokesperson and a role model for other mothers gripped by the condition.
She said: "I've gotten an incredible amount of support and I was actually really surprised cause I feel like I grew up in this industry that, in my mind, was very judgmental.
"I didn't even look at social media.
"Then, when I looked, people were like, 'Oh my gosh, good for you,' and I am so proud to be a spokesperson and a woman that people can look to and to know that they're not alone and they're not weak if they go and they seek help."
Hayden returned to work on 'Nashville' - on which she plays country singer Juliette Barnes - earlier this month and admits she initially found it tough going back on set.
Speaking to 'Entertainment Tonight' on the red carpet at last night's (17.01.16) Critics' Choice Awards - at which she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series - she said: "To be honest it was kind of a rocky start for me and especially emotionally.
"The first scene that I did the other day when I saw certain people that I haven't seen in a while and I felt really comfortable -- I just lost it and I couldn't keep it together. So, it held us up for a second but we got it at the end."
Connie Nielson has joined the cast of 'Wonder Woman'.
The 50-year-old actress - who rose to prominence when she played Roman queen Lucilla in 'Gladiator' alongside Joaquin Phoenix and Russell Crowe - will play the titular superhero's mother in the War...
Jacob Tremblay melted hearts at the Critics' Choice Awards when he referred to his win as the "best day of his life."
The nine-year-old actor reduced people to tears at the glamorous ceremony in Santa Monica last night (17.01.16) when he waltzed on stage to give his adorable acceptance speech as his picked up his gong for Best Young Actor/Actress thanks to his turn in 'Room'.
The pint-sized star, who had to stand on a black box but still struggled to reach the microphone, said as he climbed on stage: "This is super cool. It's the best day of my life.
"I know where to put this - right on the shelf beside my Millennium Falcon."
The young actor then went on to thank the people who voted to give him the award, as well as praised the talent he was up against and, subsequently, beat in the category.
He said: "I first want to say thank you to all the critics who voted for me. It must be a super hard vote because of all of the other great actors in this category."
But his sweet speech didn't stop there as he also paid tribute to the cast and crew of his movie 'Room', in which he plays Jack, a five year old who is held captive with his mother, for contributing to his win.
He added: "I think that us working together made this movie come true and this award doesn't just go to me for that, it goes to all of you guys as well."
Jacob finished off by thanking his parents for their support throughout his so-far short career.
He concluded: "I just want to thank my parents. I love them very much."
Ross Kemp is returning to 'EastEnders'.
The 51-year-old actor - who last appeared in the soap as Grant Mitchell 10 years ago - will return to the BBC One soap to bid farewell to his onscreen mother Peggy Mitchell (Dame Barbara Windsor, 78), who is dying of cancer.
Ross said: "When I was approached about returning to 'EastEnders' for Barbara's final episodes, it was something I could not turn down. Barbara is a very close friend. When I learned of the storyline, it felt right that the Mitchell brothers are reunited with their mother for the last time. I am really looking forward to filming what will be classic 'EastEnders' episodes."
Grant's reappearance in Walford will also see him reunited with his brother Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden, 56), who is now married to Grant's ex-wife Sharon (Letitia Dean, 48).
Executive producer Dominic Treadwell-Collins said: "Grant Mitchell is an 'EastEnders' legend and finally he is returning home to Walford to say goodbye to his mother and be reunited not just with his old loves but also his brother.
"To have the Mitchell brothers come face to face again, having to face losing their mother, is an opportunity to show Ross Kemp and Steve McFadden at their very best.
"We are all so excited finally to have Ross back on the Square - and to have Ross Kemp, Barbara Windsor, Steve McFadden, Letitia Dean and Gillian Taylforth all on screen together at the same time as Peggy makes an exit like no other, this promises to be something very special."
Louis Tomlinson has been praised for his kindness towards a young cancer victim.
The caring One Direction singer was touched by the story of Harvey, nine - who suffered from the aggressive childhood cancer neuroblastoma - after their mothers met at a charity event.
Louis, 24, helped Harvey and his family create a number of "precious" memories, including inviting him to a charity ball for children, bringing him to a One Direction concert and sending the entire family to Disneyland, before Harvey sadly passed away last year.
Harvey's mother Sarah Hext told The Inquisitr: "Disney was Harvey's favourite place.There were about 10 Believe in Magic charity family's who went and the kids were given a suitcase each full of beautiful clothes, we stayed in The Pink Palace hotel which is just stunning, everything was taken care of.
"The day after the One Direction show, Louis even sent a car to take us all to a Believe In Magic party in Hamleys toy store. The whole weekend was 'just magical' we as a family would never have had access to this sort of treatment if it were not for Louis and Jay [Johannah Deakin - Louis' mother].
"Louis Tomlinson is very grounded, he is family orientated and both louis and Jay hold a very special place in my family's hearts."