Stars from Rihanna to Gwen Stefani to Gisele appeared on the Empire State Building as part of the 150th anniversary celebration for “Harper’s Bazaar.”
As Syrian government forces continued to shell civilians and rebels despite a cease-fire deal, many celebrities took to social media and offered ways to help. Madonna, Pink, Mia Farrow expressed sadness and prayers; Bette Midler, fury: “Assad; butcher, monster and optometrist, has murdered hundreds of thousands of his own as we watched.”
In addition to being beautiful, rich, and famous, these celebs have something else you might envy: The ability to do some pretty spectacular handstands. Don’t hate them because they’re strong and flexible!
Seth Meyers and Gwyneth Paltrow hosted a bit of NBC’s Red Nose Day telethon in which they made sure that no British actors would appear in front of the camera, due to the fact that they are notoriously bad actors. Luckily, the hosting duo were able to find them some backstage jobs for the likes of Orlando Bloom, Simon Cowell, Helen Mirren, and Sir Ian McKellan, among others.