If you were out (having a life) yesterday you might have missed the 56th Annual Grammy Awards. But never fear, we’ve got all the goss: 34 couples were ‘married’ during Macklemore’s performance of Same Love, Beyonce gyrated on her husband and Madonna, 55, turned up on the red carpet with a date who was 47 years her junior.
(Scandalous we know.)
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The date in question was her eight-year-old son David, who she adopted in 2006 with former husband Guy Ritchie. The mother-and-son pair hit the red carpet in matching tuxedos and David, 8, revealed he was the one who chose what they wore.
E!’s Ryan Seacrest asked David if he chose the Ralph Lauren suits, he replied, ‘Yes I did’, before adding, ‘Yes she does [follow my lead].’
‘We’re both working the Ralph Lauren angle. He wanted me to wear this,’ Madonna said.
David skipped the teeth grills, though Madonna has promised to buy him some in the future.
Check out all the red carpet looks below:
Meryl Streep is our Spirit Animal.
In the latest edition of unlikely celebrity friendships, Meryl Streep and 50 Cent sat side by side at the latest Knicks vs. Lakers game in New York.
The 38-year-old ‘In da Club’ rapper and the 64-year-old Oscar winning actress chatted courtside, being described as ‘two peas in a pod’ by Kicks digital media coordinator, Charlie Widdoes.
The pair were then joined by Kobe Bryant to pose for photos, which ‘Fiddy’ posted on his Instagram with the caption “things got a little bit gangsta.”
Seriously, can Meryl Streep get any cooler?
Watch Kate Middleton star in My Fair Lady at age 11.
A video of 11-year-old Kate Middleton starring as Eliza Doolittle in a school production of My Fair Lady has surfaced.
In the clip, obtained by the Daily Mail, we see Middleton reciting the famous line ‘The rain in Spain stays mainly in the plain” in a Cockney accent. And it’s heaven.