Monday night’s episode of The Bachelorette was a who’s-who of rad ladies: Laila Ali taught Kaitlyn how to box, and later on, comedians Nikki Glaser, Rachel Feinstein, Bridget Everett and Amy Schumer taught men that they’re not that funny.
Last night in New York, athletes rubbed elbows at the 33rd Annual Salute To Women In Sports Gala. If you miss some of the faces you got to know during the Olympics, fret not: Rowers, gymnasts, swimmers, track stars — the gang's all here!
The Heart Truth fashion show — at which celebs don red dresses for women's heart health — is always fun to watch, sort of like a mega-wedding where every bridesmaid gets to choose her own dress. And this was the best one yet.
The Art of Elysium, a nonprofit foundation that provides artistic workshops to children with serious illnesses, held it's 10th annual gala last night, and the celebrities came out in full force to show their support.
Celebrities came out last night in support of the CNN Heroes program, which honors "everyday people changing the world." Most of the celebs seemed to play it relatively safe, fashion-wise, but there were a few highlights.
The Noble Awards honors "outstanding charities and celebrity activism." So much for virtue being its own reward! But last night, at the Beverly Hills Hotel, the stars looked virtuous - and chic! - indeed. Most of them, that is.
The 30th Annual Salute To Women In Sports Awards, at NYC's Waldorf-Astoria, was an uncommon red carpet: lots of awesome ladies, yes, but also some curious duds and, yes, some unusually comfy shoes.
There's an article on the Reuters Blogs today asking whether women should be allowed to box in the London Olympics in 2012. To be honest, I didn't realize women were not allowed to box. They can weightlift, run, dive play basketball, field hockey, do judo, fence and participate the Modern Pentathalon, but they can't…