Award shows are a chance for celebrities to showcase their best red carpet looks. Their custom designer outfits have the power to shape popular fashion for years to follow, and they have certainly done so. But rather than following the trends, British actress and television presenter Hannah Waddingham decided to bring a purse unlike any other to the Screen Actors Guild Awards. The unique clutch wasn't actually designed by a big brand name.
Weatherman Adam Krueger has won the hearts of music fans by cleverly inserting lyrics into his live TV forecasts.
Comedian Jon Stewart recently returned to The Daily Show desk ahead of the 2024 election.
Actor Pedro Pascal gave a formidable performance on the first season of HBO's The Last of Us, earning him several awards nominations. While he has dutifully attended many ceremonies over the last several weeks, the Chilean-American actor has most often left empty handed. That's why he thought it would be okay if he indulged a little at the 30th Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Musician Brian Eno has long shaped the history of his craft.
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In 2019, actress Emilia Clarke was wrapping up her role as Daenerys on Game of Thrones, one of the biggest projects of her career. She then revealed in a New Yorker essay that she had survived two aneurysms years before, almost at the beginning of her career. This inspired many people who had gone through similar traumas to finally share their stories and their struggles to find treatment.
Over half a century after they released their final album, The Beatles continue to earn accolades.
The most memorable musical moments from the Super Bowl are usually the halftime shows; however, the pre-game ceremony also offers...
Talented 9-Year-Old Violinist Joins Pianist for Impromptu Street Performance of ‘Carol of the Bells’
Those pianos sitting in public places are beacons of beautiful music. You never know whether a famous musician or a prolific pedestrian will stop and play a few notes for passersby. Being blessed with an exciting performance on your daily commute is a treat on its own, but some lucky travelers were regaled with a festive piano and violin duet, courtesy of pianist Aurélien Froissart and a talented 9-year-old named Dina Mourard.
Music can evoke a myriad of emotions.
The Grammys celebrate the best in music; but, behind every songwriter, performer, and producer that makes it to that stage...