When John Legend swooped in to steal Chloe Hogan, Gwen jumped out of her red chair and exclaimed, “I already hate you! I’m so jealous right now!”
“Everybody knows I just want a daughter! Is that weird?” squealed Gwen, a mother of three boys, giving her new fiancé Blake Shelton a sly glance as she spun around.
Eagle-eyed viewers noticed that the PhotoShopped picture initially was a photo of the songstress and her ex-husband.
Salma Hayek and Will Smith are showing off their gray roots as stars prioritize their health over trips to the hairdresser.
The biggest names in entertainment were in Los Angeles on Sunday night to celebrate the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards.Lizzo led the pack with eight nominations, including Song of the Year for her smash hit “Truth Hurts,” followed closely by 18-year-old musical prodigy Billie Eilish. The “Bad Guy” singer-songwriter was up for six awards, including Record of the Year and Best New Artist. Both artists are also made their Grammy stage debut, in addition Demi Lovato, who performed for the first time since suffering a drug overdose in July 2018.Check out our gallery to see more of your favourite stars as they hit the Grammy red carpet in style.
Melania Trump is shimmering in a silver Chanel gown at the administration’s first state dinner, a pressure-filled event that falls squarely on the shoulders of every first lady.
Can you feel what’s in the air? No, not fall — another potential celebrity engagement. Yes, Ring Watch is right up there with Bump Watch.
No matter how cool something might be, Gwen Stefani will probably refuse to buy into it. “I hate trends. And when it comes to fashion, I hate rules,” she tells Yahoo Style. So in regards to her look, the singer has one motto: to go with whatever she is feeling at the time, regardless of if it’s “in” or not. “I don’t really have rules when it comes to my personality because I feel like that’s what personal style is — your mood and whatever you’re into at the moment,” she adds.
Kim Kardashian looked like a shining star Monday night during a secret shoot at which she wore a shimmery barely there jumpsuit. The 36-year-old reality star took to Snapchat to show off her dazzling late-night look, while her makeup artist, Mario Dedivanovic, followed up with an Instagram of the look.“She glows,” he captioned the video, with credit given to the stylist Simone Harouche, who put the look together, and hairstylist Chris Appleton, who complemented the skintight wardrobe with pin-straight hair.Fans of Kardashian are freaking out about her unbelievable look, although she is far from the first celebrity to wear the style. From Cher and Elvis Presley to the Kardashians and the Hadids, here are the best jumpsuit looks of all time.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyle and @YahooBeauty.
Lady Gaga is well-known for her luxurious mane of wild blonde tresses, but she recently added warm peach-toned highlights throughout her hair!“Like a summer peach, jus juicin’ xoxo, Joanne #joanneworldtour#rehearsal,” she captioned in a recent Instagram post. The 31-year-old normally opts for choppy layered locks, but seems to have added long, straight extensions to her mane — and her fans adore it!Many celebrities love to reinvent their image every once in a while, but mess with their signature look and they’re nearly unrecognizable. From Gwen Stefani’s bold lip to Ariana Grande’s signature half-up ponytail, here’s an ongoing look at celebrities without their trademark looks.Also see: Eminem looks almost completely unrecognizable with a beardLet us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @YahooStyleCA!Follow us on Twitter and Instagram!
A pregnant Serena Williams posed nude on the August 2017 cover of Vanity Fair, following in the footsteps of Demi Moore, Jessica Simpson, Mariah Carey, and Cindy Crawford. Annie Leibovitz took the snaps of the 35-year-old athlete, who was photographed from the side, with her long dark tresses flowing loosely down her back.In her interview, Williams admits, “If you would have told me last year in October or November that I would have a baby, not be pregnant but have a baby, I would have thought you were the biggest liar in the world. This is kind of how I am right now. This is happening sooner than later, and it’s going by so fast.”Click through the gallery to see other celebrity mommas who have bared their bumps on social media!What do you think about these gorgeous bump photos? Click through the gallery and let us know by tweeting @YahooStyleCA!
Gwen Stefani and Celine Dion both stole the spotlight in this week’s episode of The Voice — and it wasn’t just for their musical abilities, but also for their style. Other impressive sartorial efforts came courtesy of two contestants on Dancing With the Stars and one of Bruce and Demi’s lovely daughters. Yahoo Style’s Joe Zee rounds up his favorite looks of the week and pits them head-to-head to see who will emerge as the winners in this week’s edition of Knockout Style.
Think more like the Orient Express. Rooney Mara’s rep handled her skirt at the 2012 Oscars, while in the case of Ariel Winter at the 2015 SAG Awards, that task fell to her Modern Family co-star, Jesse Tyler Ferguson.
At 49, Pamela Anderson is a complete knockout — and recently she proved she could still hold a room’s attention even while rocking a low-key look. The former “Baywatch” babe looked about a decade younger, fresh-faced and youthful as she opted for a no-makeup-makeup look at the 40th Best Award Ceremony in Paris. She pulled her iconic blonde locks out of her face and smiled girlishly all night — a vast difference from two years ago when she favoured heavy liner and over-plucked brows!ALSO SEE: The most shocking celebrity hair transformations!Click through the gallery to see other stars who underwent celebrity makeunders and now look more stunningly beautiful than ever!Let us know what you think by tweeting @YahooStyleCA!
In the last few years, we’ve heard a lot about cultural appropriation. Music festivals have banned the wearing of native headdresses, SnapChat was forced to pull down a filter that promoted blackface and numerous celebrities have faced backlash for everything from wearing their hair in corn rows to sporting a bindi. But what if there was a way to enjoy a craft from another culture without being offensive?That’s the drive behind the Manitobah Mukluks Storyboot School, a “non-profit, national indigenous artisan-run program that seeks to showcase and teach the art of mukluk-making to aboriginal youth and non-aboriginal visitors in the hopes of preserving this tradition for generations to come.”Partnered with the TreadRight Foundation, which promotes the maintenance of heritage arts, the school recently opened up a new location in Toronto offering all Canadians an opportunity to learn about the ancient craft of mukluk-making.“The goal of the school is to help an age old art be passed on to another generation,” says Waneek Horn Miller, the school’s director, and former Mohawk Olympian and assistant Chef de Mission at the Pan Am Games. “It’s important for indigenous youth to see the beauty and value in our crafts. Seeing things like beadwork, which would be common at a pow wow walking down the street of a city like Toronto – being cool, fashionable and mainstream – can make a big difference in a youth’s perception of their culture in general.”Sessions are offered weekly and will teach how to properly measure a foot, sew together the boot and the art of beading. Classes are taught by two indigenous artisans whose skills have been learned from their ancestors. The hope is that the school will not only help sustain an indigenous craft and offer a cross–cultural exchange between indigenous and non-indigenous people, but it will also create real opportunities and life skills for aboriginal artisans to showcase their culture to a wide, global audience. “The goal is to promote and celebrate the success of Canada’s aboriginal people.”Click through the gallery above to see some of the storyboots that have come from the school and celebrities who are fans of the brand. Let us know what you think by tweeting to @YahooStyleCA.