Though attendees at this year's Golden Globes and Baftas wore black to protest sexual misconduct, #TimesUp organizers have no plans for a dress code at the Oscars on March 4.
Jimmy Kimmel made a whole lot of jokes about weight while hosting the Oscars. Two years ago, Jimmy Kimmel told the world how he lost a bunch of weight on a fasting diet. “I’ve known Matt so long that when I first met Matt, I was the fat one,” he said.
Let’s face it: celebrities are weird. Sure, they’re probably normal folks (well, some of them), but their eccentric and often absurd nutrition regimes are not what typical human beings wake up craving to abide by. But when you’ve got paps scavenging for photos, Instagram and Snapchat posts that simply need to be the best, and a steady slew of gigs which are in the public eye, there’s a lot of pressure to look good. Some stars consume over 5,000 calories a day (a.k.a.
Jimmel Kimmel Doesn’t Understand New York Fashion Week “I always wonder if a regular person would ever wear any of this stuff,” Jimmy Kimmel asked about the clothes that came down the runway at New York Fashion Week. Last year during the Spring 2015 shows (so that’s September 2014 for those of you who don’t speak fashion…yet), the comedian also took on NYFW and asked show attendees and self-proclaimed fashion aficionados outside of Lincoln Center about designers, trends and events that did not actually exist, which didn’t stop them from pulling something out of their back pocket.
Photo: Terry Richardson/Twitter Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston managed to keep news of their nuptials under the radar. All guests were made to surrender their cameras and phones at the door, though controversial fashion photographer Terry Richardson was there to snap pics of the bride and groom.