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Hollywood.tv is at L.A.'s Staples Center to catch the arrivals and departures of enthusiastic celebrities who turned out Sunday night to support the Los Angeles Lakers, who won Game 5 of the NBA Finals.
Among those on hand were DENZEL WASHINGTON, ANDY GARCIA, MARK WAHLBERG, MATT DAMON, TOM ARNOLD, ASHANTI and P.DIDDY.
Hollywood.tv was on the scene as SEAN "Diddy" COMBS, ADAM SANDLER, DUSTIN HOFFMAN, DENZEL WASHINGTON and GEORGE LOPEZ turned out for Thursday night's Lakers playoff game, in which the team cinched the Western Conference champion title.
Princes WILLIAM and HARRY of Britain paid tribute to their mother Sunday night on what would have been her 46th birthday, taking the stage to introduce musical acts at the "Concert for Diana."
Security was tight at Wembley Arena in London, after two unexploded car bombs were found in central London and a Jeep plowed into the airport in Glasgow, Scotland. Almost 500 officers were reportedly protecting concertgoers at the event.
He's a man with as many names as he has business ventures, but SEAN COMBS has returned to his music roots with Press Play, which debuts at the top of the Billboard 200 album chart this week.
In its first week of release, Nielsen SoundScan registers 170,000 copies sold. Although sales of the album earned him the top slot on the Billboard chart, it is the lowest first-week sales of the music mogul's solo career.
Featuring a star-studded lineup of pop singers from the '70s to the present, NBC's "Concert for Diana," a primetime special airing at 8 tonight, pays tribute to the late DIANA, PRINCESS OF WALES on what would have been her 46th birthday.
"We wanted to have this big concert ... full of energy, full of the sort of fun and happiness which I know she would have wanted," said PRINCE WILLIAM. "And on her birthday as well, it's got to be the best birthday present she ever had."
Not even Hurricane Katrina could stop PARIS and NICKY HILTON, GWEN STEFANI, DIDDY, SNOOP DOGG and more of Hollywood and music's hottest from invading South Florida Sunday night for the 2005 MTV Video Music Awards.
Several pre-parties, productions and other events were cancelled Friday night due to the storm, which is now bearing down on New Orleans. But the skies were clear in Miami Sunday as rap and pop's biggest names rolled -- and we mean rolled, as in riding pimped-out, low-rider cars! -- down the "white carpet."
Boxers or briefs? Nude or lingerie? Morning or night? The September issue of InStyle magazine, on newsstands Friday, Aug. 19, is all about "What's Sexy Now." InStyle polled 16 hot celebrities on what turns them on, and what they have to say just may surprise you!
Happily married and the parents of three, "Hope & Faith"'s KELLY RIPA and "Missing"'s MARK CONSUELOS, when asked to strike a pose for the issue, decided to channel '70s pinup icons FARRAH FAWCETT and ERIK ESTRADA.
Known for her deliriously infectious tunes, over-the-top ensembles and wild romance with Russell Brand, Katy Perry is this season's hottest item! And after her chart-topping summer filled with campy concerts, this brunette bombshell just can't be stopped!
Famous for her funky fashion sense and tongue-in-cheek get-ups, take a look at the sexy lady's high octane style!