Happy New Year folks!! This is the first edition of our wedding guest styles of 2017 and you’re welcome to check all the splendid wedding guests outfits that have been trending in the past few weeks.
A few trendy, classy and sophisticated styles for both men and women are still dominating the new year and it includes both the off and cold shoulders, high slit skirts, fringe, Kaftans, 3-piece Agbada and bell sleeves.
We’ve also realised that many women have taken a liking to capes, lace dress and mono strap gowns paired with turbans and colourful headwraps.
Joselyn Dumas, Toke Makinkwa, Akosua Vee, Stylista By Maureen, Chris Okagube and much more were seen rocking these beautiful designs during the weddings, christening and engagements of their friends and loved ones.
Meryl Streep was honored at the Golden Globes for a lifetime of notable work, and she took her moment in the spotlight to give an acceptance speech of a lifetime.
In her nearly 6-minute address while accepting the Cecil B. Demille Award, the actress highlighted the importance of the “most vilified segments in American society right now” — “Hollywood, foreigners and the press.”
Without referencing him by name, the actress also blasted president-elect Donald Trump for mocking a reporter with a disability in 2015.
“Hollywood is crawling with outsiders and foreigners and if we kick them all out, you’ll have nothing to watch but football and mixed martial arts, which are not the arts,” she said to huge applause from the room.
Award season is in full swing! The movie and television worlds came together Sunday night for the 2017 Golden Globe Awards, hosted by Jimmy Fallon on NBC.
We know it can be a little challenging to keep up with all of the winners. Let us help you. We monitored each category and put together this list of the night’s honorees. Did any of your favorites take home a statue?
Here’s a rundown of the categories. The winner in each category is highlighted with a star.
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The world lost superstar musicians, stars of stage and screen, some of the greatest athletes of all time and larger-than-life political figures in 2016.
Here’s a look at some of the many famous figures who died this year. Click through to read full obituaries.
Ron Glass, 71, the veteran television and film actor known for his Emmy-nominated role as NYPD Det. Ron Harris on the classic cop sitcom “Barney Miller,” and later the deeply religious preacher Derrial Brook on the cult sci-fi show “Firefly,” died on Nov. 25.
Carrie Fisher, best known for her portrayal of the plucky Princess Leia in George Lucas’ epic intergalactic movie series, died Tuesday, days after suffering a heart attack on a plane. She was 60 years old.
“It is with a very deep sadness that Billie Lourd confirms that her beloved mother Carrie Fisher passed away at 855 this morning,” Simon Halls, a representative for Fisher’s daughter, said in a statement to NBC News. “She was loved by the world and she will be missed profoundly.”
Carrie Fisher on the set of “Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi” directed by Welsh Richard Marquand. Sunset Boulevard / Corbis via Getty Images
In life George Michael’s most private affairs were often played out in the media for the world to see, but in the wake of his death remarkable tales of his generosity have begun to emerge.
The gestures range from random acts of kindness, such as tipping a barmaid £5,000 ($6121), because she was a student nurse struggling with debt, to even personally secretly volunteering at a homeless shelter.
The 53-year-old pop star died on Christmas Day, but it appears his kindness will be remembered by the many people who he quietly helped, as well as his more public philanthropy to causes such as the Terrence Higgins Trust — a HIV charity.
Tributes left by well-wishers and fans outside the home of the singer on Dec. 27.