Katniss is back, and she's ready for war!
But now we finally get to see the resistance! And that means our girl Jennifer Lawrence!
We feel like we never see these two together anymore! Especially without their three little ones!
The super couple kept the kiddos at home Wednesday night to attend the Serpentine Gallery Summer Party in London.
SJP and Matt cozied up for the cameras and signed autographs for fans on their way into the event. You can just tell, these two are still VERY much in love!
Great to see you guys out together!!! Remember, date nights are important!!!
Ch-ch-check out every angle of Ms. Parker's threads (below)!
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Sarah Jessica Parker has decided to take a personal vacay from her fam in favor of the warm Brazilian sun!
Just kidding!! She’s actually there to shoot a fashion campaign, but she sure looks like she’s having a blast!
Our fave Sex & The City sex columnist was all smiles as she strolled around, talked on the phone, and did whatever she was doing.
Hope her family isn’t missing her too much back home!
Check out her Brazilian tan! (below)
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Awww get your Sex and the City on, girl!
It's always lovely to have picture proof that our little Carrie Bradshaw eventually found herself true love, LOLz!
But the gusty, intermittent rainfall didn't seem to deter the married couple, as they seemed to be completely focused on each other rather than the less-than-stellar physical atmosphere.
Ch-ch-check out some more snaps of their damp sidewalk adventure (below)! Looks like she brought the umbrella out after all!
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Our prayers were answered!
Yep, Carrie Bradshaw will be hitting the stage once again alongside Gwyneth Paltrow’s mama, Blythe Danner, to star in fellow actress Amanda Peet’s first play — The Commons of Pensacola.
The play, taking up residence at the Manhattan Theatre Club, is a dramedy revolving around
The gods have spoken!!
Sarah Jessica Parker needs to find a way to get back on Broadway!
This rendition of At The Ballet — which also features Lea Michele, Chris Colfer, and Naya Rivera — is so beautiful, we're contemplating dropping everything right now and taking a last-minute flight to the Big Apple for a lil' showtime ourselves!!
It's different yet so poignantly the same as the original Chorus Line version.
Ch-ch-check it ouuttt (above)!!!
But that wasn't the only gem in Glee's episode of Lights Out!
Meanwhile, the New Directions perform their first A-cappella song. Watch the Longest Time and all the others …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
It’s getting about that time…
Now that we know for certain that season five (and season six!) are securely in the bag for our beloved, weekly, musical romp, we can actually start to enjoy these final Glee episodes without having panic attacks about not having Finn and Rachel end up together and Santana and Brittany not having one last fling. Oh, and like we even have to mention Klaine…
Stop it, we’re going to need a paper bag!
Anyway, with the worry behind us, now we can focus on these last three episodes of the season, starting with last night’s fairly erratic, yet overall enjoyable episode. The jumping back and forth between New York and Lima is something we hope Ryan Murphy fleshes out a bit next season, but for now, we’ll just roll with it and break this episode down for you in two parts….
WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD! IF YOU DON’T WANT TO KNOW, SHUT YO EYES AND MOVE ALONG. BUT IF YOU WANT TO REHASH WITH US, CLICK THAT JUMP … AND LIGHT’EM UP!
Is it just us, or does the news that we'll all be getting TWO MORE SEASONS of all this and more make these tunes even that much more pleasing to everyone's ear holes?!
Yeah! We thought so!
Our beloved Glee is officially renewed for a fifth and sixth year on FOX, but before we can even get to that amazingness, we still have a few more episodes from this season to hopefully keep us satiated through the dark, Lea Michele-less summer months!
And from the looks of Lights Out, airing Thursday, we'll be good and stocked with some SERIOUS sonic greatness from our friends at McKinley High…and the much-anticipated return of Sarah Jessica Parker!
And before you catch your breath, you can ALSO enjoy SJP's rendition of At The Ballet from A Chorus Line, also featuring Princess Lea, Chris Colfer and Naya Rivera; Blake Jenner doing R.E.M. proud with Everybody Hurts; The Glee Project winner joining up with Kevin McHale, Melissa Benoist, Jacob Artist, Becca Tobin and Chord Overstreet for Billy Joel's For The Longest Time; Jane Lynch DOMINATING Little Girls from the musical Annie; and lastly, Blake and Chord breaking out their very own version of The Righteous Brothers' You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling…AFTER THE JUMP!!!