We don't know what to think anymore!
We could have sworn the Valentino gown that Nicole Kidman wore to the Nebraska premiere at Cannes on Thursday was the one Anne Hathaway was supposed to wear to the Oscars this year.
BUT, the folks at Valentino are insisting that it's totally NOT, even though back when the whole Anne Hathaway/Valentino dress mess went down, that very same lace gown (pictured on Nicole above left) was reported to be the one Annie rejected at the last minute!
According to the powers-that-be
Marion Cotillard's white streak continued at Cannes on Friday, but unlike her last look, we just can't get excited about it.
Sporting a slicked back and curled under coif, the French actress made another long trek down the red carpet in a backless Christian Dior white gown with a structured bustier bodice and silver pumps.
Not only is this white dress a complete snooze, it didn't even fit Marion. Just look at how she had to scrunch up the long sleeves to show off her Chopard bracelets!
And all that gathered/scrunched up fabric at the waist wasn't doing her any favors either.
Maybe after Cannes Mademoiselle Cotillard should take a hiatus from Dior. She always seems to look much better in other designers anyway.
[Image via AP Images.]
If only this outfit were glass and breakable.
Unfortunately for us, AND Mel B, it's not.
Yes, the former Spice Girl wore this Roberto Cavalli blue and white fine China-patterned bikini with matching cover-up and - oh god - matching SHOES while out enjoying the sun in Cannes on Wednesday with her husband Stephen Belafonte.
The bikini wouldn't be so bad, but the matching robe and peep toe booties are complete overkill!
It looks like it should be tucked waaaaay in the back of a China cabinet, doesn't it? Just burn it with fire, Mel, just burn it with fire.
Or hot tea.
[Image via Splash News.]
Can you HANDLE it?!
Cannes got a little less fabulous on Friday as Dita Von Teese was spotted at the Nice airport catching a departing flight back home.
But, boy, did she give us a proper send-off or what???
The doll-like 40-year-old went out on a high note in a green bodycon dress and pumps, with a Dolce & Gabbana embroidered handbag in one hand and Louis Vuitton rolling suitcase in the other.
Sorry, everyone, but it doesn't get any better than this!
[Image via XposurePhotos.com.]
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Julianne Moore is a sweetheart!
Not only did she nearly suffer toe-capitation at Cannes's Opening Ceremony a week ago, but she's being a total good sport about the whole thing!
The actress appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to discuss "toemageddon," and even explained how she's ensured that she'll NEVER have such a wardrobe malfunction ever again.
Watch the clip (above) for the hilarity!
Marion Cotillard had something in her eye at The Immigrant photocall at Cannes on Friday.
But that unfortunate incident did not detract from the utter sumptuousness of her Alexander McQueen frock.
This dress is EXQUISITE!
Obvi, the actress will remain loyal to Dior until her contract expires, but we LOVE seeing her in something new once in a while.
We're totes lusting after the delicate eyelet lace panels and 3D embroidery on her outfit! Have a looksie at the zoomed-in deets in the gallery (below)!
Even sparkling Swarovski-covered Louboutin pumps couldn't upstage this dress.
[Image via WENN.]
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To infinity and seXXXyyyy!!!!
One lucky philanthropist bought a trip sitting next to Leonardo DiCaprio on Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic space flight.
The trip, which Leo may or may not regret to agreeing to later, sold for $1.5 million Thursday night at amfAR's annual gala and auction at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival.
Now that was just for ONE SEAT. Meanwhile, another pair of tickets on the same flight went for $1.8 million.
Branson, who recently dolled himself up in flight attendant drag after losing a bet, wants the first trip to soar from New Mexico at the end of the year. How amazing, we hope it's televised!
LOL it's gotta be, right?? Like, no question about it!?!
Oh and by the way, Leo offered another
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