As 2017 winds down, we can’t help but think of the celebrities who defied this dumpster fire of a year to shine brightly, give mightily, bring us hope, and make us love them all the more. To celebrate Hanukkah, here are the eight celebs (or groups of celebs) who lit up this year, giving us hope for a bigger and better 2018!
The “Girls Trip” star posted tweets calling out the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for snubbing the film, which was a box-office success and a hit with critics.
Paris Hilton is now saying that Lindsay Lohan crashed her night out with Britney Spears, leading to that epic 2006 photo.
The 40-year-old actress admitted that her recent Golden Globe nomination came as a surprise.
Another woman accusing President Donald Trump of sexual misconduct stepped forward on Tuesday to tell her story on television. Melinda McGillivray told “Megyn Kelly Today” that the president grabbed her rear end in 2003 while she was at Mar-a-Lago for a concert. “The next thing you know, I feel a grab on my right side,” said McGillivray, who accused Trump of groping her while she was backstage with singer Ray Charles.
Per TMZ, the talk show host has purchased a Montecito, Calif., estate that shares a property line with Oprah for $7.2 million.
The Hollywood Foreign Press appears to have sidestepped some potentially awkward situations at the Beverly Hilton ballroom, as some big names will be absent from January's Golden Globes ceremony. They include Kevin Spacey, Harvey Weinstein, and Woody Allen, all of whom have faced allegations of sexual misconduct.
Spouse shout-outs. Screams. Puppy tuxedo fittings. These are the best celeb reactions to the Golden Globes nominations.
Celebs are reaching out to the young man after seeing his tearful message about bullying.