Cindy Crawford, what have you done???
Cindy captioned the pic:
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Elton John certainly knows how to throw a birthday bash!
On Saturday, the Your Song singer pulled out all of the stops for his 70th birthday celebration in El Lay. Yup, you read that correctly. Elton is 70-years-old!
The event, which was held at the Red Studios in Hollywood, drew in hordes of celebrities as Katy Perry, Heidi Klum, Lady GaGa, Neil Patrick Harris, Stevie Wonder, James Corden, Jon Hamm, and countless others hit the party's red carpet. Not to mention, the entire evening was hosted by Rob Lowe.
Of course, the birthday gala benefited both the Elton John AIDS Foundation and the Hammer Museum at UCLA. Awwww!
And we so wish we had attended this bash as GaGa collaborated with Mr. Wonder for an incredible Happy Birthday duet (below).
Interested in being a wacky celebrity's personal assistant? It's your lucky day!
Rob Lowe is in the market for one, and his demands basically amount to making sure he's well-fed and has a bitchin' haircut at all times.
Also, it would be helpful if you could easily lift 25 pounds as needed to support him. Whatever the hell that means!
The Code Black actor submitted a post to a personal assistant website, and this is what he wrote (below) [our commentary in brackets]:
Rest in peace, John Glenn.
As you may have heard, the astronaut and senator passed away on Thursday at the age of 95 after his most recent hospitalization at the James Cancer Center at Ohio State University in Columbus.
Shortly after the sad news broke, many celebrities and public figures took to Twitter to share their condolences.
Take a look a look at some of the tributes to the legendary spaceman (below):
Watch out, Ariana Grande!
To celebrate Tuesday's RHOBH premiere, the hair care heiress stopped by The Tomorrow Show with Keven Underago on Monday night to show off her personality since she won't be making her Bravo debut until later in the season.
After admitting she "wouldn't kick Justin Bieber out of bed," Eden opened up about her oral history with Mac Miller, saying:
As you may know by now, legendary singer and songwriter Leonard Cohen passed away at the age of 82.
Cohen was best known for writing Hallelujah which was popularized by Jeff Buckley in the early '90s, but the Canadian artist left a lasting impact on several singers as many celebs took to Twitter to pay their respects.
Ch-ch-check out all the sweet celebrity reactions to Leonard's death (below) and let us know if you'll be honoring the artist in any way today!