‘The Biggest Loser’ host ‘feeling better’ after heart attack


The host of “The Biggest Loser” assured fans he is “feeling better” after suffering a serious heart attack earlier this month.


Bob Harper, 51, offered the encouraging update on Instagram shortly after news emerged of hisrecent medical scare, which left him unconscious for two days and hospitalized for over a week.


“I am feeling better. Just taking it easy,” Harper captioned a photo of himself in a hospital bed alongside his dog, Karl. “KARL has been a great nurse. I want to thank everyone for the outpouring of messages and support. It feels good to be cared about.”

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Bob Harper (r.) said he’s “feeling better” after suffering a heart attack earlier this month.

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Harper, a longtime trainer on NBC’s reality weight-loss show who recently became its host, revealed in the message that he’s been home for a little over a week now.

‘The Biggest Loser’ star Bob Harper recovering after heart attack


The fitness expert suffered the heart attack in New York City two weeks ago while working out at a gym, according to TMZ. A doctor who was exercising at the same gym reportedly saved him by employing CPR and a defibrilator.


Harper told TMZ that his mother died of a heart attack and suspected his health scare was the result of genetics. As of Monday, he had not been medically cleared to fly home to Los Angeles, or resume exercising beyond walking.


After spending the first 16 seasons as a fan-favorite trainer devoted to helping his team members shed pounds on “The Biggest Loser,” he replaced Alison Sweeney as the show’s host last year.

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Feud to Tackle Prince Charles and Princess Diana in Season 2

Feud is going royal for its second season. FX announced the newest installment of Ryan Murphy‘s anthology series will be titled Feud: Charles and Diana and tackle Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana.

Prince Charles and Princess Diana were married from 1981-1996. Diana, mother to Prince William and Prince Harry, died in 1997. Their marriage became fodder for tabloids around the world, with allegations of affairs happening in the early 1990s. Prince Charles’ current wife, Camilla Parker Bowles, will likely be a major figure in the series.

The second installment will be 10 episodes and debut in 2018. Murphy will write Feud: Charles and Diana with Jon Robin Baitz and serve as executive producers. Dede Gardner, Plan B Entertainment and Alexis Martin Woodall are also on board as executive producers. Baitz is currently a consulting producer on the second season of American Crime Story, Katrina: American Crime Story. So far that season has Annette Bening and Matthew Broderick in the cast. Baitz’s other credits include creating Brothers and Sisters, executive producing The Slap, Three Hotels, The West Wing and Alias.

Feud: Bette and Joan, the first season of the series, premieres Sunday, March 5 at 10 p.m. on FX.

In Feud: Bette and Joan, Jessica Lange stars as Joan Crawford opposite Susan Sarandon as Bette Davis. The series charts the famous feud between the Oscar winners who only worked on one film together: Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? The cast also includes Alfred Molina, Sarah Paulson, Stanley Tucci, Kathy Bates, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Jackie Hoffman, Kiernan Shipka, Alison Wright and Judy Davis.

Feud: Bette and Joan premieres Sunday, March 5 at 10 p.m. on FX.

The Bachelor’s Corinne Olympios Is Convinced You Want Her to Get Her Own Reality Show (and It’s Already in the Works)

Do they serve cheese pasta in Mexico?

Since she first appeared on screen on The Bachelor, fans have been counting down the days until breakout star Corinne Olympios was eliminated…just so they could see her on Bachelor in Paradise when it returns for its fourth season this summer. Even Nick Viall, who sent Corinne home in last night’s episode, can’t deny that he really wants to see the 24-year-old with a penchant for bounce  houses, whipped cream and naps head to the spinoff he once searched for love on himself. 

“She will be Paradise,” Nick confidently told E! News at the Women Tell All taping, before making a direct plea to his former flame: “Corinne, please do Paradise!”

But before you start breaking out the celebratory margaritas, we have some bad news: Corinne doesn’t seem to want to find love on Bachelor in Paradise

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“I don’t think so,” Corinne said of heading to BIP when we chatted with her after the WTA special, set to air on March 6. “First of all, I wasn’t even asked yet, so let’s not jump the gun yet, so I don’t know. It’s too early to tell right now.”

And Corinne might not even be available for the show, as she revealed to us that “a lot networks” have approached her about starring in her own show that would feature her family, including the nanny who launched a thousand tweets, Raquel, after viewers met them during her hometown date in Miami. 

“I think America is interested in me having a reality TV show with my family, my family is awesome, as you all could tell on my hometown date. America totally wants it, I hear it all the time,” she said. “There is a lot of talk about, I’m going to say a lot of networks are interested. Obviously, my loyalty is here with ABC and things like that. So there’s still a lot of stuff to be worked out, but we’ll see what comes in the future.” 

Still, Bachelor Nation shouldn’t lose hope, as Corinne told us she would still love to be the Bachelorette in a future season after Rachel Lindsay’s upcoming turn.

“I would’ve loved to be the Bachelorette and I would always love to be the Bachelorette,” she said. “If  that happened in the future, that’d obviously be a great honor.”

From your lips to The Bachelor creator Mike Fleiss‘ ear, Corinne. 

The Bachelor airs Mondays at 8 p.m. on ABC, with the Women Tell All special set to air on Monday, March 6 from 9-11 p.m. 

Emma Watson refuses to take selfies with fans


Beloved “Harry Potter” star Emma Watson is happy to answer your questions — but just don’t ask for a selfie.


The actress, who plays Belle in the upcoming live-action remake of “Beauty and the Beast,” opened up to Vanity Fair about her reasoning for not taking selfies when asked by fans on the street.


“For me, it’s the difference between being able to have a life and not. If someone takes a photograph of me and posts it, within two seconds they’ve created a marker of exactly where I am within 10 meters. They can see what I’m wearing and who I’m with. I just can’t give that tracking data,” Watson explained.


But just because she turns down the photo op, it doesn’t mean she won’t take the time to talk with some of her biggest fans.

Emma Watson: No Stockholm syndrome in ‘Beauty and the Beast’


“I’ll say, ‘I will sit here and answer every single Harry Potter fandom question you have but I just can’t do a picture.’ I have to carefully pick and choose my moment to interact. When am I a celebrity sighting versus when am I going to make someone’s freakin’ week? Children I don’t say no to, for example,” she continued.

Emma Watson covers the Vanity Fair March 2017 issue.

Emma Watson covers the Vanity Fair March 2017 issue.

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The 26-year-old also shared how “Harry Potter” fandom has turned into obsession, often making her question if this is the life for her.


She also said growing up in the limelight is much different with social media in the game.


“I was finding this fame thing was getting to a point of no return. I sensed if this was something I was ever going to step away from it was now or never,” she recalled to Vanity Fair when discussing that she considered quitting acting while attending Brown University. “By the time she reached adulthood, she tells her friend, “It dawned on me that this is what you’re really signing up for.”

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Oscars’ ‘Gary From Chicago’ did 20 years in prison just before meeting Hollywood’s A-list

A trip to the Oscars would be cool almost any day of the week. But doing that days after being released from decades in prison? That’s what happened to the Oscars’ newest viral sensation, Gary Alan Coe, better known as “Gary From Chicago.”

Coe, 59, and his fiancee, Vickie Vines, were the first of a dozen or so unsuspecting tourists to enter the Dolby Theatre while the Oscars were in progress.

“I spent this afternoon laughing and crying with Gary and Vicky,” public defender Karen Nash posted Monday on Facebook. “For those of you who missed it, I spent years working on Gary’s case. He got a life sentence for stealing perfume in 1997, and we finally won release this year. He got out on Friday, and was sight seeing with his lovely fiancé Vicky. If you watched the Oscars, you know the rest.”

The state’s inmate locator, which still lists Coe as a resident of the Substance Abuse Treatment Facility and State Prison at Corcoran, notes Oct. 20, 1994, as his original prison admission date. Other than Nash’s statement, details of the Chicago native’s offenses are unclear, but a life sentence would imply some sort of three-strikes conviction

When he and his fiancee entered the Dolby on Sunday, host Jimmy Kimmel immediately introduced them to stars including Nicole Kidman, Octavia Spencer, Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone before getting Vines to admit that her favorite actor was “that man right there” as she pointed to Denzel Washington

After Kimmel asked Washington if he would be the couple’s best man, the actor popped out of his seat and “married” the couple, who are scheduled to wed in July.

“I now pronounce you husband and wife,” the “Fences” star said. “Kiss the bride.”

“I’ve been watching Denzel since he was on ‘St. Elsewhere.’ Oh my God. I could die and go to heaven right now,” Vines told the ABC affiliate in Chicago. 

A person purporting to be Coe called the Chicago Tribune on Monday to explain what happened. He and his fiancee were holding hands, walking down Hollywood Boulevard, when they were offered a free sightseeing tour by someone he thought was a Starline Tours operator. There were about a dozen other passengers on the bus, the man said, and they had no idea they’d be stopping at the Academy Awards. 

“When they opened the door, we were in the Oscars live,” he said. 

“It was a surprise for the customers,” a Starline employee told People. “They thought they were just on a normal tour. A few people had made reservations but others bought their tickets that day.”

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A Year After Winning For Portraying A Victim Of Abuse, Brie Larson Hands Casey Affleck An Oscar

At last year’s Academy Awards, Brie Larson took home the Best Actress award for her performance in “Room.” The film by Lenny Abrahamson told the story of a woman called Ma, who we eventually learn had been imprisoned in a small shed years before by a man called Old Nick. Although Nick is only briefly seen, his presence is known by the abuse, sexual and physical, he inflicts on Ma and her young son, Jack.

The actress dove into the role, shutting herself away for a month and meeting with psychologists to understand the trauma of her character. She showed great empathy as she hugged each sexual assault survivor after Lady Gaga’s awareness anthem “Till It Happens to You” as they departed the stage at last year’s ceremony. 

During Sunday night’s Oscars, Larson took the stage again to announce 2017’s Best Actor winner. The honoree? Casey Affleck for his performance in “Manchester by the Sea.” The thing is, Affleck has been surrounded by controversy after 2010 sexual harassment allegations against him leapt back into headlines last fall.

The announcement made for one uncomfortable picture onstage. Although unlike the time she presented Affleck a Golden Globe in January, Larson chose to give the actor a quick hug as she handed over the gold statue.

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Penny for your thoughts, Brie Larson.

Yes, Affleck took home an Oscar in spite of the allegations. (Sexual abuse allegations have squashed Oscar hopefuls in the past; “The Birth of a Nation” was pushed aside for its director’s controversy.) During the 2009 production of another film, Affleck allegedly made repeated sexual comments and unwanted sexual advances toward two women, a producer he’d worked with for 10 years and the film’s director of photography. They included the accusation that Affleck crawled into one woman’s bed as she slept.

The cases were settled out of court, and this awards season Affleck scored the BAFTA, Golden Globe, Critic’s Choice, Gotham and National Board of Review awards for the role as Hollywood seemed all too happy to overlook Ben Affleck’s brother’s transgressions. 

Then, at Hollywood’s most coveted event, an audience of millions watched a woman who made a wholehearted effort to become familiar with the experience of sexual abuse award a man who’s put all his effort into denying and brushing away accusations of sexual harassment.

It’s true that the allegations against Affleck are far from the scarring experience with which Larson became familiar. But still, although it’s customary for the year’s previous Best Actress winner to award the new Best Actor, the Academy chose to pair the two of them onstage instead of making an exception. In doing so, it sent a disturbing message.

In Hollywood, it seems, sexual harassment is not a serious matter.

Bob Harper Suffers Serious Heart Attack

2/27/2017 7:47 AM PST

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0227-bob-harper-TMZ-01Bob Harper — a fitness guru who’s the host of “The Biggest Loser” — suffered a heart attack that left him unconscious for 2 days.

Harper tells us he was working out in a NYC gym 2 weeks ago when he collapsed. A doctor who was also working out administered CPR and used paddles to keep Bob alive.

The 51-year-old was taken to the hospital and says he woke up 2 days later. He was hospitalized for 8 days and is still in NYC — he lives in L.A. — because his doctors have not cleared him to fly.

He’s doing a lot better and his exercise for the time being is limited to walking.

Bob — a fitness nut — says the heart attack is all genetics. His mom died from a heart attack.

Glad he’s on the mend.

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What You Never Knew About the Actor

As one of Hollywood’s best-loved character actors, Bill Paxton — who died at the age of 61 over the weekend following complications from surgery — was a reliable supporting player throughout a wide range of feature films in the ’80s and ’90s. Mourned by fans and peers alike, Paxton was one of the only actors with the distinction of acting in the trilogy of “Big Bad” movies from the ’80s and ’90s — Aliens, Predator and The Terminator — and his scenery-chewing roles in movies like Weird Science and Near Dark made him a beloved presence across decades of cinema. (Paxton did eventually graduate to lead roles, including in Twister and HBO’s series Big Love.)

Here, enjoy some of the lesser-known facts behind one of Hollywood’s most reliable faces.

1. He actually admired his Big Love character.
Though he was married to one wife, Louise, 41, a homemaker, for 20 years, Paxton didn’t judge the devoutly religious polygamist he played from 2006 to 2011. “He has a strong moral code — he’s not sneaking around,” Paxton told PEOPLE in 2007. “[He and his three wives] are adults who’ve entered into a contract and all that entails: camaraderie, pettiness, joy, anxiety. They’re on a spiritual quest.”

2. Tom Hanks was his buddy.
The two not only kept in touch after co-starring in Apollo 13, but Hanks also served as an executive producer of Big Love. “We write each other letters,” Paxton told PEOPLE in 2007. “I love that I’m working for Tom again. [Apollo 13] forged an alliance.”

3. Paxton witnessed JFK’s final speech — in person.
An 8-year-old Paxton watched JFK address a crowd of thousands outside the hotel where he was staying in Dallas on the day he was assassinated. “It was amazing to see President Kennedy because I had mostly seen him on television in black and white, and there he was in living color and I couldn’t believe how red his hair was,” Paxton said in a previous interview at Texas Christian University. “It was really just a euphoric crowd,” he added, explaining that he heard that the president had been killed at school later that day.

4. Art was a big part of his life. Really big.
His Ventura County home was filled with huge oil paintings of California streets and Buster Keaton portraits. The kitchen alone was a museum of crafts by his kids, James, 22, and Lydia, 19. For Paxton’s May 17 birthday, the whole family added to his gallery. “My wife drew a setting of [the park] where we first met, my daughter did a collage of her hand,” he recalled at the time. “And my son drew a jaguar that said, ‘You’re still the king of the jungle.’ ”

5. He built a tree house for his children.
Teaming up with a welder and a few carpenters, Paxton followed his “crazy plan” for a 14-ft.-high leafy hideaway (including a pulley system to bring up loot) for James, Lydia — and, sometimes, Dad. “It’s a wonderful place to meditate,” he said.

6. His parents taught him how to party.
His father, John, a retired lumber salesman turned actor, and his mother, Mary Lou, a homemaker, would send Paxton and his siblings with a nanny to a nearby motel whenever they threw festive bashes at their house in Fort Worth. Said Paxton: “My earliest memory of my mother is in a ball gown. I could smell the perfume, cigarettes and wine. It was this ambrosia kind of smell.”

7. The man could decorate.
“I know a lot about periods of furniture, drapery and wallpaper,” said Paxton. “My dad was into architecture. He took me to art exhibits and furniture factories — not football and basketball games.”

8. He paid his dues.
Before acting success, his odd jobs included modeling for a mannequin mold, set dressing on B-movies like 1981’s Galaxy of Terror — and stuffing Jane Fonda workout tapes into envelopes.

9. His dad played the butler in all three Spider-Man films.
When his father, John, decided to attend acting school, “I said, ‘Don’t do this to yourself,’ ” Paxton joked. But at the Spider-Man 3 premiere, Paxton admitted, “I got teary-eyed. It’s given my father a new lease on life.”

10. He had a musical side.

Paxton was one-half of the 1980s New Wave group Martini Ranch, signed to Sire/Warner Bros. at one point. The video above was directed by a guy whose name you might recognize: James Cameron.

11. He caddied for golf royalty.
Paxton’s father belonged to the same golf club as legend Ben Hogan. Paxton got to know the famous golfer and even caddied for him a few times in Fort Worth, Texas.

12. And he’s related to Texas royalty.
Before playing former Texas governor and state legend Sam Houston in the History Channel’s Texas Rising, Paxton had heard inklings he was related to the man. He finally decided to get it verified, and discovered that “Sam Houston and I share common grandparents, going back six generations. His mother would be a great-aunt of mine. That makes Sam Houston and me second cousins four times removed.”

13. He was one of Hollywood’s most famous also-rans.
Paxton was reportedly in the running for the lead roles in Jumanji, Darkman, The Rocketeer, the 1998 remake of Godzilla and Cocoon. Perhaps apocryphally, he was also almost cast as Dr. Ian Malcolm in Jurassic Park, the role that eventually went to Jeff Goldblum.

Donald Trump Thinks the Oscars Focused Too Much on Donald Trump

Though White House press secretary Sean Spicer said last week that the commander in chief probably would not watch the Oscars this year, it seems Donald Trump found the time to tune in Sunday night after all—and then found himself with some things to say. In an interview with Breitbart Monday, Trump uttered an unexpected complaint: the show centered too much on him.

“I think they were focused so hard on politics that they didn’t get the act together at the end,” Trump said, referring to the chaotic moment when La La Land was mistakenly announced as the best-picture winner instead of the rightful victor, Moonlight—and to the several presenters and winners who took digs at the president himself throughout the night, both directly and obliquely.

“It was a little sad,” Trump continued. “It took away from the glamour of the Oscars. It didn’t feel like a very glamorous evening. I’ve been to the Oscars. There was something very special missing, and then to end that way was sad.” Trump did not, however, directly mention Oscar host Jimmy Kimmel, who tweaked the president most sharply during the ceremony by tweeting at him on stage—daring Trump to respond.

Trump’s comment is a curious complaint, for one main reason: if his Twitter account is any indication of how he feels about the annual event, Trump actually believes that the Oscars have been “sad” for years.

Apparently, the “glamour” has been missing from the Oscars since at least 2015—when Trump called the ceremony “a sad joke, very much like our President.”

Put the glamour, beauty & mystery back in the Oscars and the ratings will zoom. [#twitter: https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/570245154818408449]

It was also, apparently, “BORING.”

The year before, he was even more irascible—saying, “I don’t know how much longer I can take this bullshit – so terrible!”

He also cracked another Obama joke.

Truly, it’s hard not to wonder if the president actually thinks this year’s gala was worse than 2014’s—considering he called that year “AWFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!”

The year 2013, by contrast, was a banner year—“very average.”

Since the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, Donald Trump Jr. also got in on the fun this year—using the other major blunder committed by the Oscars as a way to stump for “the little people.“

We’ll let Denzel Washington have the last word.

Full ScreenPhotos:Oscars 2017 Red Carpet Fashion: All the Looks From Hollywood’s Biggest Night

Taraji P. Henson

Wearing a Alberta Ferretti gown and Nirav Modi jewels.

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Ruth Negga

Wearing a Valentino gown and Irene Neuwirth jewels.

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Emma Stone

Wearing a Givenchy gown and Tiffany & Co. jewels.

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Janelle Monáe

Wearing an Elie Saab and Forevermark jewels.

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Cynthia Erivo

Wearing a Paolo Sebastian dress and Tiffany & Co. and Monique Pean jewelry.

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Auli’i Cravalho

Wearing a Rubin Singer gown.

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Jackie Chan

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Taraji P. Henson

Taraji P. Henson

Wearing a Alberta Ferretti gown and Nirav Modi jewels.

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Ruth Negga

Ruth Negga

Wearing a Valentino gown and Irene Neuwirth jewels.

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Emma Stone

Emma Stone

Wearing a Givenchy gown and Tiffany & Co. jewels.

By Kevin Mazur/Getty Images.

Janelle Monáe

Janelle Monáe

Wearing an Elie Saab and Forevermark jewels.

By Steve Granitz/Getty Images.

Alicia Vikander

Alicia Vikander

Wearing a Louis Vuitton gown.

By Frazer Harrison/Getty Images.

Viola Davis

Viola Davis

Wearing an Armani Privé gown.

By Steve Granitz/Getty Images.

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend

Wearing a Zuhair Murad gown.

By Steve Granitz/Getty Images.

Octavia Spencer

Octavia Spencer

Wearing a Marchesa gown and Forevermark jewels.

By Steve Granitz/Getty Images.

Karlie Kloss

Karlie Kloss

Wearing a Stella McCartney gown and Nirav Modi jewels.

By Jeff Kravitz/Getty Images.

Halle Berry

Halle Berry

Wearing a Versace gown and Forevermark jewels.

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Brie Larson

Brie Larson

Wearing a Oscar de la Renta gown.

By Frazer Harrison/Getty Images.

Charlize Theron

Charlize Theron

Wearing a Dior gown and Chopard jewels.

By Frazer Harrison/Getty Images.

Hailee Steinfeld

Hailee Steinfeld

Wearing a Ralph & Russo gown.

By Steve Granitz/Getty Images.

Nicole Kidman

Nicole Kidman

Wearing and Armani Privé gown.

By Frazer Harrison/Getty Images.

Dakota Johnson

Dakota Johnson

Wearing a Gucci gown.

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Ryan Gosling

Ryan Gosling

Wearing a Gucci suit.

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Riz Ahmed

Riz Ahmed

Wearing a Ermenegildo Zegna Couture suit.

By Kevin Mazur/Getty Images.

Naomie Harris

Naomie Harris

Wearing a Calvin Klein gown.

By Steve Granitz/Getty Images.

Trevante Rhodes, Alex R. Hibbert, and Ashton Sanders

Trevante Rhodes, Alex R. Hibbert, and Ashton Sanders

Wearing Calvin Klein suits.

By Frazer Harrison/Getty Images.

Priyanka Chopra

Priyanka Chopra

Wearing a Ralph & Russo gown and Lorraine Schwartz jewels.

By Kevin Mazur/Getty Images.

Isabelle Huppert

Isabelle Huppert

Wearing an Armani Privé gown.

By Frazer Harrison/Getty Images.

Ava DuVernay

Ava DuVernay

Wearing an Ashi Studio gown.

By Frazer Harrison/Getty Images.

Mahershala Ali

Mahershala Ali

Wearing a Ermenegildo Zegna Couture tuxedo and Monique Pean Homme studs.

By Frazer Harrison/Getty Images.

Andrew Garfield

Andrew Garfield

Wearing a Tom Ford suit.

By Steve Granitz/Getty Images.

Kirsten Dunst

Kirsten Dunst

Wearing a Dior gown.

By Kevin Mazur/Getty Images.

Laura Dern

Laura Dern

Wearing a Rodarte gown.

By Frazer Harrison/Getty Images.

Michelle Williams

Michelle Williams

Wearing a Louis Vuitton gown.

By Kevin Mazur/Getty Images.

Jessica Oyelowo and David Oyelowo

Jessica Oyelowo and David Oyelowo

Wearing a Dolce & Gabbana suit.

By Frazer Harrison/Getty Images.

Pharrell Williams

Pharrell Williams

Wearing a Chanel suit.

By Steve Granitz/Getty Images.

Leslie Mann

Leslie Mann

Wearing a Zac Posen gown and Lorraine Schwartz jewels.

By Kevin Mazur/Getty Images.

Busy Philipps

Busy Philipps

Wearing an Elizabeth Kennedy dress with Lorraine Schwartz jewelry.

By Frazer Harrison/Getty Images.

Salma Hayek

Salma Hayek

Wearing an Alexander McQueen dress and Fred Leighton jewelry.

By Jeff Kravitz/Getty Images.

Lucas Hedges

Lucas Hedges

Wearing a Dior suit.

By Frazer Harrison/Getty Images.

Felicity Jones

Felicity Jones

Wearing a Dior gown.

By Frazer Harrison/Getty Images.

Scarlett Johansson

Scarlett Johansson

Wearing an Alaïa gown.

By Kevin Mazur/Getty Images.

Dev Patel and Anita Patel

Dev Patel and Anita Patel

Wearing a Burberry suit.

By Frazer Harrison/Getty Images.

Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake

Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake

Wearing a KaufmanFranco gown and Tiffany & Co. jewels.

By Kevin Mazur/Getty Images.

Kate McKinnon

Kate McKinnon

Wearing a Narciso Rodriguez gown and Chopard jewelry.

By Frazer Harrison/Getty Images.

Allison Schroeder

Allison Schroeder

By Frazer Harrison/Getty Images.

Dwayne Johnson

Dwayne Johnson

By Kevin Mazur/Getty Images.

Sunny Pawar

Sunny Pawar

By Frazer Harrison/Getty Images.

Chris Evans

Chris Evans

By Frazer Harrison/Getty Images.

Emma Roberts

Emma Roberts

Wearing an Armani Privé gown.

By Kevin Mazur/Getty Images.

Faye Dunaway

Faye Dunaway

By Kevin Mazur/Getty Images.

Cynthia Erivo

Cynthia Erivo

Wearing a Paolo Sebastian dress and Tiffany & Co. and Monique Pean jewelry.

By Frazer Harrison/Getty Images.

Auli'i Cravalho

Auli’i Cravalho

Wearing a Rubin Singer gown.

By Frazer Harrison/Getty Images.

Jackie Chan

Jackie Chan

By Kevin Mazur/Getty Images.