The crowd just loves Caitlyn Jenner.
Hollywood may be crawling with celebrities, but you barely ever see so many in one place as were in attendance for the annual LACMA Art & Film Gala Saturday night in Los Angeles.
We’ve rounded up some of the best and most insightful celebrity tweets from the past 24 hours.
Coco wants you to put your phone down, Patrick Schwarzenegger and Gigi Hadid make pretty for Tom Ford, Jason Derulo learns that basketball is dangerous, plus more fascinating celeb twitter posts and words of wisdom below.
Kensington Palace announced the official name of His Royal Highness, the Prince of Cambridge, today: George Alexander Louis.
When Miley Cyrus and her Aussie actor boyfriend Liam Hemsworth called it quits recently, tabloid tongues immediately started wagging, linking Miley to Douglas Booth, the 18-year-old co-star of her new film, LOL.
Whether or not the romance rumors are true, the flood of photos of British Booth getting cozy (in character!) with Miley…
Boy George isn’t buying Lady Gaga’s tales of random recreational cocaine use, and the equally colorful embattled ex pop star is making his feelings known.
The ‘Karma Chameleon’ crooner took to his Paper magazine blog to refute Gaga’s recent Vanity Fair interview where she said she did cocaine “maybe a couple times a year.”…
“I’m a man without conviction,” Boy George once sang in “Karma Chameleon.”
Not anymore, he isn’t.
The former Culture Club singer—born George O’Dowd—has been sentenced to 15 months in jail after being found guilty in December of falsely imprisoning Norwegian male model/escort Audun Carlsen, 29, in O’Dowd’s London apartment, the Guardian reports.
Geez; you falsely imprison one male escort, and suddenly you’re an international pariah. Former Culture Club singer Boy George (né George O’Dowd) has been denied a visa for the U.S. leg of his upcoming tour due to his upcoming criminal trial, according to E! Online. O’Dowd has pleaded not guilty to charges of chaining a…