If Adele is set to appear at an awards show, you can bet that a lot of people will be tuning in. In the last two years she has managed to up the viewership of the Golden Globes, the Oscars and the GRAMMYs. But what if she started using her popularity for a greater good?
Even if the Oscar show is a little long and not so entertaining as a whole, it’s so much fun to see Hollywood bring all they’ve got into one room. Seth McFarlane was interesting to watch as a first time host, but what was even more interesting were the fashion trends by Hollywood’s leading ladies and leading men.
While her dresses all garnered praise, many women were wondering how to get her make-up look for themselves. It is possible, even easy, without the help of a professional.
For the 85th Academy Awards, the red carpet was a mix of strapless gowns, sparkly haute couture and pale colored dresses for fashion’s biggest night.
Barbra Streisand graced the Oscar stage for the first time in 36 years to honor her late friend, Marvin Hamlisch.
Will “Argo” take home the Oscar for Best Picture? Does Jennifer Lawrence have enough momentum to beat Jessica Chastain? Will host Seth MacFarlane win an Oscar? The answers were YES, YES and No. Read on.
Adele is now an Oscar winner. The singer took home the prize for Best Song with her Bond theme “Skyfall.”
Adele admitted she felt a bit like Beyoncé as she prepared for her Oscar Performance. With a full orchestra and four backup singers, Adele sang her Bond theme, “Skyfall” for the first time ever.
Adele isn’t the only one performing at the Oscars this year. The producers of the 85th Academy Awards revealed that the night will feature a tribute to the best movie musicals of the last decade and will include performances from Jennifer Hudson, who won Best Supporting Actress for Dreamgirls, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Amanda Seyfried, Helena Bonham Carter, Hugh Jackman, Anne Hathaway and Russell Crowe.
Adele got another chance to speak at this year’s BRIT Awards, but this time around she made sure no one could cut her off.