9 items from 2017
This week’s news that Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom are taking a “respectful, loving space” from their relationship has us thinking about all the ways that celebrities have announced breakups in the past.
Lea DeLaria and fiancée Chelsea Fairless announced their split in January with probably the funniest public missive we’ve ever read — that announced a breakup, that is. “We were happy together for four years and will remain in each other’s lives,” DeLaria’s Instagram post, shared days after their scheduled wedding date, read. “In fact, we look forward to finding new ways to torture each other. »
- Alex Heigl
Yet again, the fashion at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards was far from forgettable!
While many stars pulled out all the stops with their red carpet looks on Sunday night, rocking dazzling couture gowns paired with stunning jewelry, there were a few A-listers who seemed to miss the memo.
Now, Et’s rounded up our favorite (and not so favorite!) looks from music's biggest night.
Watch: Travis Barker's 11-year-old Daughter Alabama Glams It Up at the GRAMMYs
Lady in red! Stepping out with her husband, Tim McGraw, by her side, Faith Hill looked stunning in a Zuhair Murad ready-to-wear peekaboo gown. She topped off her look with matching heels, a bright red lip and luxurious, bouncy curls.
Adele also turned heads, donning a green custom-made Givenchy Haute Couture dress by Riccardo Tisci. Her chic updo and simple jewels completed the look perfectly.
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And what would an awards show carpet be without »
Alabama Barker is already a red carpet pro.
Travis Barker and his son, Landon, made quite an entrance at the GRAMMYs on Sunday, but it was his daughter, Alabama, who stole the show.
Pics: See All the 2017 Grammy Red Carpet Arrivals
The 11-year-old turned heads in full glam, wearing a pink, sparking Michael Costello gown.
Related: Travis Barker's 10-Year-Old Daughter Alabama Is a Piano Pro -- Watch Her Play 'Let It Go'
Though Landon and Alabama's mom, Shanna Moakler, spent the evening at home, the former beauty queen couldn't have been prouder of her little mini-me.
"My babies with their dad killing the red carpet at the Grammys @alabamaluellabarker wearing @michaelcostello ❤ »
Travis Barker‘s kids are already musically inclined, so it’s only a natural next step for them to attend music’s biggest night of the year.
The Blink-182 drummer walked the Grammys red carpet on Sunday with daughter Alabama Luella and son Landon Asher by his side.
Landon, 13, took after his dad in a casual ensemble — himself in a jean jacket, and Barker in a white tattered sleeveless shirt reading “Gangster Rap made me do it.”
Alabama, 11, was dressed to the nines in a long-sleeved glittery pink outfit, complete with matching clutch.
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- Jen Juneau
See the hottest looks from music’s biggest night Singer Daya Cassadee Pope DJ Diplo Patton Oswalt Country stars The Brothers Osborne Chris Young and Cassadee Pope Rapper Desiigner Actress Lea Michele “E!” host Guiliana Rancic DJ Steve Aoki “E!” host Ross Matthews Blink 182 Paris Jackson Country star Thomas Rhett Dierks Bentley Kat Graham Skylar Grey Skrillex Kelsea Ballerini Carrie Underwood 2 Chainz Rick Ross Little Big Town’s Kimberly Schlapman CeeLo Green Michael Keaton, Sean Douglas »
- Matt Donnelly and Beatrice Verhoeven
Like father, like daughter!
The pre-teen musician and social media star joined Barker during a recent show, drumming alongside him during one of his big solos.
The sweet moment was captured by one of Barker’s friends, and the musician shared the video on his Instagram account Wednesday. “My little percussionist,” he wrote. #DrumsDrumsDrums.”
Alabama appeared on Blink-182’s latest album, California — playing the piano on the track “She’s Out of Her Mind. »
- Dave Quinn
Musicians have been making their way to feature films steadily for decades, and now Blink 182 founder Tom DeLonge is set to throw his hat into the movie ring with his new feature, Strange Times. According to THR Delonge’s other… Continue Reading →
- Steve Barton
The movie, co-written by DeLonge and Ben Kull, centers on a rebellious group of San Diego skateboarders, who take it upon themselves to investigate extreme paranormal activity around town, only to embark on an adventure that they could have never imagined.
“I grew up in Southern California as a disaffected young skateboarder who broke the occasional law or five, and I was always dreaming about the world around me, obsessively looking for the more unusual and imaginative experiences that life has to offer,” the former Blink singer and guitarist told THR. “That’s the inspiration behind ‘Strange Times,’ which is about the tribe of broken youth and the restless spirit that inspired me to form Blink-182 and seek out adventure.”
The project is based on the musician’s “Strange Times” franchise, »
- Liz Calvario
Backstreet’s back, alright! During their recent performance at the Los Angeles Convention Center, The Chainsmokers brought out the legendary boy band Backstreet Boys as special musical guests. Kaskade became the first DJ to play Lacc earlier in the year, so it comes as no surprise that The Chainsmokers would try to top that historic show with an equally noteworthy performance.
Pairing up nostalgic, turn of the millennium pop with dance music has become something of an infatuation for The Chainsmokers. It’s no secret that the duo took heavy inspiration from Blink 182 when writing “Closer,” and somehow bringing out The Backstreet Boys on stage seems like a logical progression from there. Naturally, fans were eating up the unlikely live collaboration.
A joint concert between The Chainsmokers and The Backstreet Boys is the kind of event social media was made to immortalize, and plenty of fan-shot videos of the »
- Connor Jones
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