The "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star shares several more photos from her family's Easter festivities. Both baby Chicago and her hubby, Kanye West, are front in center in the stylish pics.
In 2017, new celebrities created buzzworthy music, movies, TV shows, romances, and more. Here are the names we became familiar with this year.
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2017 was an especially crazy year in Hollywood. As a former reality TV star took office, we watched Harvey Weinstein be dethroned as a major player in the movie business after a wide-ranging sexual misconduct scandal. There were good things too: Beyoncé and Jay-Z welcomed twins, as did George and Amal Clooney. And Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal engagement delighted. We recap the biggest stories here...
As our list of the 50 best movies of 2017 attests, the year offered a truly outstanding selection of films. But clunkers are inevitable, and the past 12 months served up plenty — from franchise nonstarters (The Mummy, Baywatch) to painful cautionary tales against whitewashing (Ghost in the Shell, The Great Wall) to disastrous dramas from acclaimed filmmakers (The Snowman, The Book of Henry). Click through to see our picks for this year’s worst of the worst.
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!
"I've dedicated this album to my grandmother, and I prayed over this album. I said, 'With this album, let families come back together again, because they're breaking up.'"
Speaking at AOL Build on Thursday, LeAnn Rimes talked about her musical cameo in the new movie Logan Lucky, also slipping in a little info about her recently announced Christmas tour. “This is our fourth or fifth Christmas tour,” she said. This year does in fact mark Rimes’s fifth Christmas tour, and she’ll be taking her holiday cheer on the road this December by hitting cities from Nashville to Naples, Fla.
Céline Dion made it through her first Christmas without her husband, René Angélil, by leaning on her sons, René-Charles, Eddy, and Nelson. Posing in front of their tree, Dion, 48, rocked some polar bear pajamas as she sat between the 6-year-old twins, who had on matching Santa sleepwear. René-Charles, perhaps too old for Christmas PJs at 15, stood behind them, leaning in to mom.
Stars are too busy to be making resolutions. So we did it for them. Biebs, you could be a bit nicer to your fans. Mariah, maybe don't put a ring on it this year… Donald Trump: I will relinquish my Twitter account … or NOT! Ariel Winter: Cover up that amazing body once in a while. And, Kanye, about that presidential run.
Vanessa Hudgens might live a Hollywood life, but her New Year’s Eve festivities are far from fancy. The 28-year-old actress revealed to Yahoo Celebrity that she can’t remember the last time she welcomed the New Year in a big way.
Every now and then, something happens that makes you nostalgic for the aughts: This pic of Kim Kardashian and Paris Hilton is one of those things. Late Tuesday night, Paris shared an Instagram snap of herself alongside her former bestie from Kris Jenner’s annual Christmas Eve bash on Saturday night. Paris wore a relatively conservative (for her) black lace dress, while Kim rocked a metallic gold number and a lip ring.
Cyrus Porter had made headlines for being the oldest “Swifty” — telling Ozarks First that he’s been to multiple Swift concerts, using his love for the 27-year-old singer to bring him closer to 20+ grandchildren. It's a Christmas Miracle!!! Thank you @taylorswift13.
Celebs don’t spend the holidays at home! Nicole Kidman, Heidi Klum, and Simon Cowell are just a few of the Hollywood types who headed to other locales for some much-needed R&R.
Why did “Jingle Bells” get this particular spoof? Spike Jones’s uptempo romp, Yogi Yorgesson (“Yingle Bells“), and the Three Stooges (“Jingle Bells Drag“) showed that “Jingle Bells” could be played for broader comedic effect. As writer Rob Weir documents on his blog, children began applying funny lyrics to the song’s simple rhymes and familiar melody at least as early as the 1950s, while wildly racist versions sprung up in the South in the 1950s and 1960s during the Civil Rights Movement.
In the celebrity world, 2016 was quite the year. From Brangelina's fiery breakup to Ryan Lochte’s (arguably) becoming the most hated man in Brazil, it seemed that everywhere you turned, stars were struggling to keep it together. But somewhere in between the scandals, a handful of stars sparkled brightly. In honor of Hanukkah, here is a celebration of the pure, the beautiful, and the good with eight celebs who lit up our year as only they could
Mariah Carey is known for her diva ways, but the songstress has some serious competition for biggest ham in the family. As Carey’s Christmas hit, “All I Want for Christmas Is You,” played in the background, the singer — clad in sparkly jewelry and a sexy nightgown — stirred a dish on the stove and began to dance around, when she was joined by one of Dem Babies.
'Tis the season for celebrities to get into the Christmas spirit, which means over-the-top trees, gifts, and getups. The sexy Santa look has definitely become a trend, but others would rather stay warm and comfy in ugly Christmas sweaters. Take a look at the stars who have been dressing for a very merry holiday.