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.
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.
’Tis the season to wear ugly holiday sweaters. While Snoopy being all cute is a sweet classic, we are in the business of celebrities here, and we’ve found some related to your favorite stars and human beings who are famous for nothing (see: Kylie Jenner). This year, that delightful oddball James Franco got into the business of making his own, but most of the ones we turned up came courtesy of those crazy crafting enthusiasts who populate Etsy.
After a few failed comebacks, Lindsay Lohan is taking a different approach: “I am deciding now if I will ... do more work in refugee camps in Turkey and Antep. ..."
While Christmas decorations are certainly beautiful, they are by no means easy to handle. Real trees leave needle trails, and threading lights through branches is a prickly project. One more issue: Is keeping a large tree standing upright with four tiny screws really the best solution we can come up with?! Enter Henry Cavill.
There are so many things people do to get in the holiday spirit — whether it’s as simple as sipping eggnog at a party, rocking an ugly Christmas sweater, or putting those (weird) antlers and Rudolph nose on their car. Christina Aguilera’s love of Christmas is bigger than that, though. She apparently has an entire closet of sexy holiday-themed outfits, and she’s putting them to good use this month. (What? It’s not like she can wear them in July.)
Josh Duhamel wanted his wife, Fergie, and son, Axl, to experience a little bit of North Dakota in California this Christmas, so he gave them a snow day. The “L.A. Love” singer shared that Josh, who was born and raised in Minot, N.D., was the mastermind behind the Cali-set winter wonderland they escaped to on Sunday. While it was 67 degrees in Tinseltown, the trio dressed up in winter gear, went sledding, and sipped hot cocoa.
Cruz Beckham in his “If Everyday Was Christmas” music video. Cruz Beckham is seriously giving us some Justin Bieber meets that cute kid from Love Actually vibes. The 11-year-old son of David and Victoria Beckham just released a music video for his new single “If Every Day Was Christmas.” Cruz recently signed with Bieber’s manager Scooter Braun and all proceeds of this holiday jingle will support Global’s Make Some Noise.
Jenna Dewan and Channing Tatum’s home is going to sparkle like a summer night sky in 2017.
It was an a cappella Christmas on NBC as Pentatonix performed everyone’s favorite Christmas classics. The group from Arlington, Texas, just released a Christmas album aptly titled A Pentatonix Christmas, so it makes sense it would have a TV special called A Pentatonix Christmas Special. The majority of the special was Pentatonix in a theater, beautifully singing Christmas classics to a live audience.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! See how celebs from Coco Austin to Kelly Clarkson to Drake to Maria Carey have been decking the halls at home.
In a fitting end to a year of celeb news in which reality star Donald Trump was elected president, the site Lyst has staged a Nativity scene featuring celebrities.
Jason Bateman recently ran into the issue many parents deal with as their children get older: explaining Santa’s magic. As kids get older, their blind faith of Santa starts to give way to their desire to learn how things work.
Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade are here to remind you that there are only 19 days until Christmas.
Enter, Lance Bass: boy-band icon, TV host, and Christmas enthusiast. The triple threat took to Instagram on Sunday to praise a fan for her charming and clever display featuring her Elf on the Shelf and the guys from NSYNC. #NSYNC,” the 37-year-old musician gushed.
There are 40 days until Christmas — a fact we weren’t aware of until we saw Mariah Carey celebrating the holiday.
Time for everyone, even the famous, to break out the champagne and reflect on just how to make the next 12 months different. Without further ado, here are suggested goals for some of our favorite celebs.
Time and again, The Rock has proven one simple thing: it is very good to know The Rock. On Instagram, The Rock wrote about the influence Tonga Fifita — better known to wrestling fans as King Haku — had on his own wrestling career.