Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues has been filming for what feels like ages, so it's a good thing we already know we have some really exciting cameos to look forward to! Pretty much everyone from the 2004 original is returning, and while Kristen Wiig is confirmed to join the cast, several actors like Drake, Kanye West, Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, and Harrison Ford have all been spotted filming scenes on the Georgia, New York, and California sets. Take a look at all the A-listers making appearances!
Drake popped up on the set of Anchorman: The Legend Continues sporting an Afro for an afternoon in front of the cameras in NYC on Saturday. He joined the original cast — including Will Ferrell, Christina Applegate, Paul Rudd, Steve Carell, and David Koechner — who were also on hand for the day of filming. Drake isn't the only star making a cameo in the film since Tina Fey and Amy Poehler shot scenes with Sacha Baron Cohen in Atlanta earlier this month, and Liam Neeson, John C. Reilly, Kirsten Dunst, and Harrison Ford have also gotten in front of the cameras for the sequel. There's even more star power to come with Kristen Wiig and Nicole Kidman also signed on to make appearances.
The "on" or "off" status of Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth's engagement is still a hot topic, and Miley's dad Billy Ray Cyrus isn’t really helping to calm the speculation. Find out what he said about the two young stars in his ABC News interview, plus why Drake is singing Destiny’s Child lyrics, who’s going to cheat on Kate Upton, and more!
In today’s headlines from Los Angeles — Kate Middleton says the baby is kicking, Justin Bieber apologizes to London fans, Drake drops $50,000, Carly Rae Jepsen, and more!
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Beyoncé Knowles wore a white pantsuit to attend the Two Kings dinner thrown by her husband Jay-Z last night in her hometown of Houston, TX. The couple was joined by Jay-Z's co-host LeBron James for the annual event, which began in 2007. Diddy and Drake both also attended.
It was a special day for Beyoncé, as her documentary, Life Is But a Dream, premiered on HBO as well. The couple celebrated the project at Wednesday's NYC premiere of Life Is But a Dream. The doc, Beyoncé's directorial debut, gave an inside look into her life and included a peek at Beyoncé and Jay-Z's daughter, Blue Ivy, who turned 1 in January.
The Grammy Awards brought some of the biggest names in music together in LA last night, but the afterparties got those stars in a celebratory mood. Rihanna changed out of the custom Azzedine Alaïa frock she wore to the big event and into a belly-baring white dress to attend an afterparty at the Supperclub with Chris Brown. Meanwhile, Justin Timberlake hosted a private event at the Hollywood Palladium, where he performed in front of an excited crowd. His post-Grammys show would mark one of several gigs that night — he also made a splashy return to performing on TV at the Grammys earlier that evening. Justin and Rihanna's parties weren't the only big shindigs for the night. Selena Gomez, Katy Perry, John Mayer, and Lena Dunham were all spotted enjoying the town after the Grammys festivities.
Whether on a stage, the playing field, or a red carpet, there was no shortage of sexy guys this year. Channing Tatum solidified his heartthrob status when he was crowned People's Sexiest Man Alive, though Joe Manganiello took home top honors in our 2012 Shirtless Bracket. Drake steamed the music world, while David Beckham brought his hotness to the LA Galaxy and London Olympics. Brothers Liam and Chris Hemsworth both looked supersexy on the silver screen, as did newlywed Ryan Reynolds. Ryan Gosling gave us a glimpse of his never-ending hotness over the last 12 months, too. Is it getting hot in here? It's time to crown one of them as 2012's king of hotness. So, tell us — who's your pick for sexiest guy of the year?
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Rihanna started tonight's MTV VMAs with a rowdy performance of her new song "Cockiness," and host Kevin Hart was on stage afterward to start the jokes coming. He verged into some potentially awkward territory when he tried to end the feud between Drake and Chris Brown, both of whom went on to win awards later. Kevin even leaped to Kristen Stewart's defense in his opening riff about mistakes. Katy Perry popped up to present the first award, best pop video, to One Direction. One Direction also later claimed best new artist. Robert Pattinson, meanwhile, joined his Twilight buddies Peter Facinelli, Taylor Lautner, and more to debut a new clip from their upcoming Breaking Dawn Part 2.
As for the performances, Miley Cyrus introduced Pink, who put on a boisterous show. Frank Ocean, welcomed by Zoe Saldana, had one of the night's most moving onstage appearances and was followed by Lil Wayne, One Direction, and Green Day. Alica Keys, who took in the fun alongside husband Swizz Beatz and their son Egypt, debuted her new song "Girl on Fire." Taylor Swift also wore her signature red to belt out "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together." The final Moonman went to video of the year honoree Rihanna for "We Fell in Love." She made a triumphant speech after brushing some dirt off her shoulder — make sure to check out who wore what on the red carpet and the full list of 2012 MTV VMAs winners.
The opening weekend of the Sundance Film Festival was jam-packed with celebrities, red carpets, and hot performances in Park City. Stars braved the blizzard conditions on Saturday night to check out the likes of Drake at the Bing Bar, LMFAO at Park City Live, and more. Christina Hendricks looked adorable snuggled up to her husband Geoffrey Arend and we witnessed an adorable moment between Kristen Bell and her camera-shy fiancé Dax Shepard. Cozy fashion, gifting suites, and old friends reuniting are trademarks of the independent film festival at this point. Check out our favorite sightings from our time at Sundance!
Tonight's Grammys in LA was a star-studded production from start to finish! The celebs went from posing on the red carpet into the Staples Center, where Jennifer Hudson, Christina Aguilera, and Florence Welch participated in an all-female tribute to Aretha Franklin. Aretha herself said thank you via satellite, then Christina and her gang presented an early award for best pop duo or group award to Train. Lady Gaga emerged from her attention-getting egg to take the stage with a troupe of latex-clad dancers to sing her brand-new single "Born This Way" — what do you think of her rendition? Muse was next up to perform "Uprising" with a gang of vandals, and Justin Bieber nearly brought the house down doing a medley with Jaden Smith and Usher. Jaden's parents Will and Jada were the most enthusiastic fans in the crowd, leaping to their feet in order to give a standing ovation.
The best rock album of the year award went to Muse for The Resistance, and after giving a baby bump-revealing Kate Hudson a kiss, Matt Bellamy bounded to the stage to say, "a special thanks to my beautiful pregnant girlfriend over there!" Lady Antebellum took home top honors for their country record, and then a rather colorfully dressed Cee Lo Green appeared in feathers and with puppets to sing "Forget You" alongside a Tracy Anderson-toned Gwyneth Paltrow. Gwyneth went with the feather theme with a pair of pink earrings, but the real head-turner was her skin tight catsuit. Katy Perry sweetly incorporated images from her wedding in India with husband Russell Brand before segueing into dance mode with a snippet of "Teenage Dream," which had even Nicole Kidman bopping her head in the audience! John Mayer, Norah Jones, and Nicole's husband Keith Urban were next up to do a rendition of Dolly Parton's "Jolene," and the collaborations kept coming from Rihanna with both Eminem and Drake. Esperanza Spalding pulled off an upset in the best new artist category defeating big names like Florence and the Machine and Justin Bieber, while Lady Antebellum accomplished a similar feat taking home best record of the year for "Need You Now." Arcade Fire was the big winner with a best album nod for The Suburbs — check out all honorees over on Buzz!
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