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Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Garner, Pharrell Williams, Mark Wahlberg, and other Hollywood stars attend the Governors Awards; David Spade, Jimmy Kimmel, and Aziz Ansari are among the many funny men and women at Variety's Power of Comedy benefit; Julie Bowen, Jason Bateman, Joel McHale, and more enjoy a day of family fun at P.S. Arts Express Yourself—catch up on L.A.'s busy weekend with this edition of Last Night's Parties.
Traditionally held at Hollywood Forever Cemetery, this year Maroon 5 moved their infamous 9th Annual Halloween Party to Sportsmen's Lodge Thursday night with a Stanley Kubrick theme. Check out the Eyes Wide Shut costumes Adam Levine, Behati Prinsloo, Ali Tamposi, and James Valentine collaborated on, who Shaun White found at the party, plus loads of other Kubrick-inspired costumes and how celebs dressed up for the occasion.
What's this? A competition in who can look most ridiculous? No, no, it's just the Grammys. Year after year, the event inspires some of the most objectively terrible fashion we've seen thus far. As part of our countdown to Sunday's big show, we'd like to prepare you by taking a little stroll down memory lane with some of the most stunning offenses in Grammy fashion history. We've narrowed it down to the worst of the worst in recent memory, so sit back and feast your eyes on the top 10 most horrendous Grammy outfits of the last five years.
What's this? A competition in who can look most ridiculous? No, no, it's just the Grammys. Year after year, the event inspires some of the most objectively terrible fashion we've seen thus far. As part of our countdown to Sunday's big show, we'd like to prepare you by taking a little stroll down memory lane with some of the most stunning offenses in Grammy fashion history. We've narrowed it down to the worst of the worst in recent memory. Check out the top 10 most horrendous Grammy outfits of the last five years. More>>
Wow, so it's been a while since we all had an awards show, right? That's just about the only explanation I can muster for the general positivity surrounding the Billboard Music Awards, which folks were pretty jazzed on last night despite the mediocre lineup, meandering pace, and schizophrenic attempt to stay positive despite a raft of tributes to recently deceased musical icons. Still, the evening wasn't without its charms, to say nothing of the moments so forehead-smacking tone-deaf that they also warrant acknowledgement. Let's take a good look at both! More»
With SXSW wrapped up, Ultra wound down, and Coachella right around the corner, Music Festival Season is hitting its stride. But where to go? There are a lot of options, and unless you're a Shah of Sunset, chances are you can't afford the cross-country tour to make it to them all. Don't worry though, we have spent a great deal of time researching all the festivals that you should be considering, and have the rundown on all the Whos, Whats, Whens and Wheres to help you decide which music fests to hit this season. So sit back, relax, and start searching for your credit card as we bring you Guest of a Guest's Guide to the Best of Music Fest Season. More»
Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber are busy playing host at the Caliche Rum launch event for guests like Jeremy Piven, Leonardo DiCaprio and our personal favorite, Paz De La Huerta; Melissa McCarthy and Chuck Lorre hit the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences their 21st annual Hall of Fame Ceremony; Tim and Eric go from the small screen to the silver screen at the premiere of their new movie in Hollywood; Weezy and Cee-Lo perform at a special event for Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, but at Hollywood & Highland—L.A. was just warming things up for the weekend Thursday night and we have all the details (and another Paz photo!) in this edition of Last Night's Parties! More»
Last weekend, the Hollywood & Highland Complex hosted our nation's most overblown, self-serious and utterly silly televised event that doesn't involve grown men with the names "Mitt" and "Newt." Perhaps they felt like they owed us some actual fun, because last night, mega-casino-resort chain Caesar's Entertainment promoted their new Total Rewards program by hosting a series of simultaneous free shows in L.A., NYC, Chicago, and New Orleans. But only ours had multi-platinum superstar and completely crazy person Lil Wayne, so I think it's safe to say we won. More»
Let's say you're Robin Thicke, noted Canadian songwriter and musician and improbable frequent Lil' Wayne collaborator. You've recently made some questionable headlines for getting arrested for smoking weed in NYC, which, if you've ever been to NYC, is really, really hard to do. You have two choices: either stop smoking weed (and eff that, am I right?), or go to a place where you'd probably have to ask the Chief of Police to block the wind while you roast a J in order to get arrested. As you can probably guess, Robin chose option B, and spent the weekend in Vegas celebrating the opening of the Lily Bar & Lounge (and playing an impromptu mini-set) inside the Bellagio alongside other notables like Alexandra Richards, Rick Fox, Eliza Dushku, Whitney Port, and more. More»
Summer is here, people, and that means you're expected to step up your "recreational activities" game. Yes, I know the nice year-round weather fools you into thinking summer's not special, or that it may be an inconvenience in some way (and you're partially right), but that doesn't change the fact that the best live music—outdoor shows, major tours, kickass festivals—all of this ramps up severely during summertime. So here, then, is the first installment of "Go See A Show!", the GofG guide to the L.A. live music you ought to check out in the next two weeks. More»
[Photo via] If you're a connoisseur of middle-of-the-road, ultra-subjective self-congratulatory industry circle jerks, then your spirits were surely soaring at last night's Grammy Awards ceremony. And while we could spend time breaking down the supposed "surprise" wins by Arcade Fire and Esparanza Spalding (who heartlessly thwarted the Biebs), I think we all know that, even by awards show standards, the Grammys are particularly meaningless. More»
Friday, March 7
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.