And now, more news about this divorce is coming to light from both camps.
Brad, apparently, was especially upset about
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It's in Amy Adams' blood to always look magnificent!
The actress stunned once again in a gorgeous red gown with sexy but elegant keyhole cut-out along the bodice at the Nocturnal Animals premiere during the Toronto International Film Festival Monday night.
We're obsessed with the folds decorating the dress and the jeweled neckline. Exquisite!
Also at TIFF for the premiere of La La Land was Emma Stone, who chose a textured pale yellow dress that looked like a meadow of flowers.
It didn't quite have the impact of Amy's number, but it was lovely in its own low-key way.
Thanks for the beauty to brighten up this Tuesday, ladies!
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She's showing her fashion range!
Emma Stone promoted her new film La La Land at the Venice Film Festival Wednesday in two very different looks.
But she was flawless in both of them!
So summer-y! We feel like we're in a garden just looking at it!
Later, at the film's premiere, the 27-year-old shined in an ice blue Versace high-neck gown with fringed skirt. Totally something Elsa from Frozen would wear if she was a real person.
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Even through we have to wait until December to see the flick, with this brand new teaser, we finally get to hear Emma's vocal talents!
Once again there isn't any dialogue as Emma sings throughout the entire trailer, but we're given plenty of images that help to capture the adorable couple's journey of struggling to make ends meet while chasing their dreams in El Lay!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing new trailer (below) and let us know if you'll be catching La La Land when it drops December 2!
UPDATE 5:28 P.M. EST: A source tells People, "They're definitely not dating." Ok then!
Could it be? Is this on-again, off-again couple actually… on again??
While the two showed no signs of PDA, the former flames seemed happy in each other's company! The La La Land starlet was even seen smiling and laughing with her ex, who just happened to celebrate his 33rd birthday the day before.
We're guessing their meet-up was no coincidence!
Either the actors have kept close, or they are reconciling, the fans want to know! Some took to Twitter to share their joy:
It's like a scene straight out of Pitch Perfect!
The Bridesmaids alum revealed that she saw a Swedish group called Erato perform Robyn's Call Your Girlfriend while hitting butter tubs — like Anna Kendrick does in Cups — on YouTube a few years ago, and has been working on perfecting that cover ever since!
Well, with a little help from the Easy A actress, Miz Rudolph was finally able to make that dream come true on her late-night show with Martin Short!
The dynamic duo flawlessly performed the a capella rendition of the electropop hit, and it's honestly amazing!
Seriously, Maya SLAYED those harmonies, and Emma sure has some pretty pipes! Ch-ch-check it out (above)!
In the first trailer for the film La La Land, helmed by Whiplash director Damien Chazelle, the A-list duo plays two star crossed starving artists who fall in love while trying to make it big in Hollywood.
Stone plays an aspiring actress who serves coffee while she waits for her big break in the movie biz. Gosling plays a struggling jazz musician who plays at dingy clubs in order to scrape by.
Though the trailer has no dialogue, there's plenty of romance, dancing, and gazing into eyes — not to mention, Gosling showing off his singing voice (yes, he SINGS!) performing the film's original song City of Stars! Swoon!
Ch-ch-check out the trailer (below) and catch La La Land in theaters this December!
Such a fitting tribute…
On Saturday June 25, VH1 and Logo will air its third annual Trailblazer Honors, the largest televised LGBT Pride event.
In the program, Vice President Joe Biden addresses the crowd with a message honoring the Orlando shooting victims, and to also denounce North Carolina's anti-transgender laws.
"Hi everyone. This is Joe Biden and I wish I could be there with you in person to honor some truly inspiring trailblazers. Each of you gives meaning to Harvey Milk's words, 'Hope never remains silent.' And we need you. We need all of you. Because as we celebrate a year of equality in marriage, draconian state laws deny transgender Americans basic civil rights. And in nearly 70 countries, it's a crime. It's a crime to be who you are. And because the freedom to live freely means being free from bullying, free from harassment, and free from violence. You know, our hearts are still heavy for Orlando, but you're showing tonight that we are Orlando. We're all Americans. Unbowed. Unrelenting. We endure. We overcome. We're hopeful and we will not be silent."'
The event will also spotlight LGBT pioneers Billie Jean King, Harvey Fierstein, Marsha P. Johnson, and Sylvia Rivera. Stage presenters include Emma Stone, Macklemore, Lance Bass, Chloe Grace Moretz, Janet Mock, Wilson Cruz and Candis Cayne.
It airs at 8pm ET/PT.
To hear Biden's beautiful video message, ch-ch-check it out (below).