And we have another victim!
Honestly, we're so confused about why this photo hacker hasn't been stopped yet!
And it's starting to seem like no one in Hollywood is safe!
Such a sad thing to keep happening.
Aw, what a sweet and absolutely touching tribute.
Over the course of years, Robin visited Ellen's show MANY times and he always was a hit to say the least.
In the tribute, Robin's best moments from the show are remembered and set to some moving Coldplay songs.
Watch Ellen's special in memoriam (below)!
The model's makeup is flawless, mostly natural with a light pink smoke, and her full curly hair is everything glamorous.
Plus, we think the weave is concealing her naked bod!! SeXXXy!
Cara's iconic brows were front and center for the shot, and we really wouldn't have it any other way.
We're sure the mag spread is going to be just as stunning!
[Image via Allure.]
We're sure there were no complaints from the groom!
And luckily for us, Gabby gave a sneak peek at what her honeymoon attire looked like!
First, she shared a few photos of herself in the Maldives, wearing a little white bikini, which she captioned:
We still don't know for sure what caused Joan Rivers' tragic death.
According to sources at the clinic, Dr. Lawrence Cohen, a world-renowned doctor who co-founded Yorkville Endoscopy, was asked to step down from the board there.
He also has apparently been on administrative leave since August 28th.
Sources report that the board took issue with Dr. Cohen allowing Joan's ear-nose-throat doctor to step in and perform or help with some kind of procedure, even though he wasn't licensed at the clinic.
It was reported that procedure was an unauthorized biopsy, but the clinic is denying that.
[Image via FayesVision/WENN.]
It's only been four months since the Met Gala, but planning for next year's soiree is already underway!
Today, Vogue even announced next year's theme, which will explore the influence of Chinese art and culture on Western fashions.
We wonder if Raf Simons will whip up something extra special for J.Law!
Called Chinese Whispers: Tales of the East in Art, Film, and Fashion, the exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art will be prepared by the Costume Institute and the museum's Department of Asian Art, and will feature a look at the Asian-influenced designs of John Galliano, Alexander McQueen, and Laurence Xu, among many others.
We just hope attendees will keep things subtle. The risk of coming across as offensive seems rather high.
At least they have plenty of time to get it right!