Dylan Farrow, daughter of Mia Farrow, has given her first television interview to Gayle King of “CBS This Morning.”
For more reasons than one, Sunday’s Golden Globes were a lot darker than usual. Many celebrities are participating in a “red carpet blackout” — a purposeful black fashion statement to raise awareness about sexual harassment and gender inequality. Responders on Twitter (and perhaps, eyes on the red carpet) are calling out Blanco for going against the all-black dress code.
The Golden Globes red carpet, typically a stage for sartorial statements, was about so much more than just that. On Sunday night, most actresses wore black to address sexual harassment in the entertainment industry and beyond. Men joined in too, wearing Time’s Up pins on their lapels. And because of the deeper meaning, everyone’s a winner.
Black was the word of the night at the 2018 Golden Globes. Most stars — men and women — wore black to protest sexual misconduct in Hollywood. They made it clear that this was not a fashion statement but a statement of solidarity, and it’s a powerful message. Here are the biggest stars as they hit the carpet on this momentous night.
With Tracee Ellis Ross as the host of the 2017 American Music Awards, the fashion’s inevitably incredible. For her first outfit of the night, the Blackish actress walked the red carpet in a burgundy sequin gown with a back cutout. Her mother, singer Diana Ross, on hand to lend support — in addition to most of the extended Ross family, including Ashlee Simpson Ross in a colorful long-sleeve number — made it clear where her daughter got her sense of style from. The singer made a statement by wearing a strapless black dress that she paired with a tulle headpiece. But the Rosses weren’t the only ones making major sartorial statements. Kelly Clarkson looked regal in a black velvet gown with gold details; Selena Gomez showed off new blonde hair; Jessie James Decker flaunted her baby bump in a tight blush-colored dress; and more. Click through above for every look from the AMAs red carpet. Read more from Yahoo Lifestyle: • Selena Gomez looks completely unrecognizable thanks to a new edgy hairstyle • The anti-Victoria’s Secret runway show proves all women can be angels • Gabby Douglas tells Aly Raisman ‘it is our responsibility as women to dress modestly and be classy’ Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
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Kim Kardashian appears on the cover of Interview Magazine alongside her daughter North West, 4.
The pop star showed off her range outside of music with multiple costume changes. Perry started things off on the red carpet in a structural gown from Stephanie Holland, featuring geometric cutouts and accoutrements.
The reality star hits the VMA red carpet with her young daughter, and raises eyebrows around issues of exploitative parenting;
While the debut of Taylor Swift’s new music video for her latest single, “ Look What You Made Me Do ,” was one of the most anticipated parts of the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards , the singer wasn’t the only exciting part of the show. With Katy Perry hosting, Miley Cyrus performing, Kendrick Lamar having the most nominations for a Moon Person, and countless other celebrities in the audience — from Demi Lovato in a sheer jumpsuit to Lorde in a purple princess gown — there was a lot to take in. To catch everyone in attendance and what they were wearing, click through above.
The red carpet at the Teen Choice Awards is always lit, and 2017 is no different. Click through above to see all the looks from fashion forward stars like Zendaya, Lucy Hale, Paris Jackson, Lori Loughlin, Vanessa Hudgens and more.Read more from Yahoo Style + Beauty:Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyle and @YahooBeauty.
If you want razzle-dazzle on the red carpet, look no further than an event celebrating the stars of country music. These ladies — and gents — know how to bring it. Boring? Never. Case in point: Wednesday’s CMT Awards. Here’s who wore what.
Gal Gadot tells New York Times she rejects complaints about skimpiness of movie costume, recalls how close she came to quitting acting
Ariel Winter possibly didn't get the "don't get glammed up" memo that the rest of her castmates got.
Jordana Brewster is putting the Fast and Furious franchise in her rearview mirror. The Fate of the Furious opens Friday with the splashy new addition of Charlize Theron, but without Brewster, who played Mia from the early days.
Leno throws shade at President Trump, saying, "Is he that thin-skinned? You know, if this guy was any more of a pussy, he could grab himself."
"Jimmy Kimmel Live!" cooked up a pretty funny parody of "Girls" and "The Golden Girls" Wednesday. He called the sketch a reunion special for "Girls," which ends a six-season run April 16.
Jamie Foxx and Katie Holmes have been secretive about their romance. For three and a half years, rumors have swirled that Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx are an official item, but catching them together has been tougher than getting a picture of Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster and the Chupacabra having high tea together. Looking casual in glasses with her hair pulled back, Holmes, 38, appeared to be perusing a menu, while Foxx, 49, sits with his back to the sneaky snapper.
When Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle released a first look photo of the characters in the film, there was public outcry over Karen Gillan’s nonsensical jungle attire. Star Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson promised that her wardrobe would “make sense once you know the plot” and Gillan herself assured fans there was a valid reason for why she was dressed in a crop top and leather vest-turned-bustier.
Sandra Bullock and Jesse James were all smiles at the Vanity Fair Oscars party in 2010. Everyone deals with mistakes differently, and Jesse James certainly has his own way of looking at the past. The divorce scandal engulfed James’s life, which led him to leave Los Angeles and his Hollywood world behind.