With his return to music in full sing, er, swing, has plenty to smile about before filming the video for his first 20/20 Experience single, “Suit & Tie,” with pal Jay-Z in Redondo Beach, Calif., on Jan. 28.
Graduated and it feels so good! celebrates his newest prize – an honorary Doctor of Fine Arts degree from Brown University – during the school’s commencement ceremony in Providence, R.I., on May 26. “Among other things today, in terms of higher education, I passed ,” the actor joked in his thank-you speech.
After a rendezvous to N.Y.C., lovebirds and make a happy return home, touching down at LAX on June 20. Sadly, Monteith passed away in Vancouver about three weeks later of a “mixed drug toxicity” of heroin and alcohol.
Let’s hear it for the boys! After a brief but highly anticipated reunion onstage at Aug. 25’s MTV Video Music Awards, members of ‘NSYNC – JC Chasez, Chris Kirkpatrick, , Joey Fatone and Lance Bass – are all smiles backstage at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center.
and get down to business in London on Sept. 11 while partaking in financial firm BGC Partners’s annual charity day, held in memory of those who lost their lives in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in the U.S.
This is more fun than hailing a taxi! Cher rides on the back of a police motorcycle Sept. 23 to the Today show’s N.Y.C. set, where she performed her new singles, “Woman’s World” and “I Hope You Find It.”
Before heading to his Broadway job in Romeo and Juliet, spends some daddy-and-me time on Sept. 26 with treat-loving 2½-year-old son Flynn in New York City. One month later, the actor announced his separation from wife .
Is this a trick or a treat? Wearing the year’s most popular Halloween costume, channels Miley Cyrus with an assist from an oversized teddy bear (played by Art Moore) and Michael Strahan’s Robin Thicke for the Oct. 31 episode of Live with Kelly and Michael in N.Y.C.
Idris Elba unintentionally mirrors Nelson Mandela during a press conference in Johannesburg, South Africa, for his film Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom on Nov. 4. One month later, the beloved world leader passed away at the age of 95.
Amber Riley triumphantly hoists Dancing with the Stars’s top prize after winning the show’s 17th season on Nov. 26 in L.A. “It was America’s vote and they voted for me and I really appreciate it,” she said.