Mother's Day is on Sunday, and there's a whole new crop of celebrity moms who will have an extra dose of love on the big day. While stars like Drew Barrymore and Shakira will spend their special holiday as first-time moms, Gisele Bündchen will have her baby girl, Vivian Brady, on hand to even out the guy-girl ratio in her family. From funny gal Anna Faris to singing sensation Adele, click through to see which stars welcomed new additions in time for Sunday's celebrations!
For a long time running, it seemed People had a monopoly on introductory celebaby photos. Nicole Richie, Christina Aguilera, Jennifer Lopez, and the Jolie-Pitts all turned to the well-established magazine to show off their newest family members. However, today, many celebs are turning to competitors who are doling out generous offerings to new parents. Others are releasing their own photos — either on their own or through photo agencies — to bypass the whole magazine scenario. See how your favorite Tinseltown parents — Malin Akerman being the most recent — debuted their little ones, and tell us how you think the newest Hollywood babies will be introduced to us!
Baseball season is in full swing, and Ginnifer Goodwin and Julianne Hough teamed up to open last night's Dodgers game with the first pitch in LA. Many other stars have had the honor of taking the mound to throw the first pitch for their favorite baseball teams as well. Victoria Beckham donned an LA Dodgers jacket to throw the ceremonial ball, while Matthew McConaughey suited up in Mets gear to show his skills in NYC. Tom Cruise packed some heat on his pitch at a professional baseball game in Japan, and Gisele Bündchen showed off her muscles on the mound in Boston.
Plenty of other celebrities have had the honor of the inaugural throw — click through the gallery to see the rest of the stars who have thrown the first pitch!
Drew Barrymore has tried every hair color in the spectrum, and most recently she stepped out as a blonde again. The actress was spotted in a warm blond hue that harkens back to her early days in Hollywood. It seems Drew was on her way to lightening up her red-tinged brunette hair when she attended the GLAAD Awards with a lightened chestnut shade. With all these hair color changes, we want to know what color you like best.
Drew Barrymore showed off her new blond hairdo outside a hair salon in West Hollywood yesterday. Blond Drew was joined by Emily Blunt, who also stopped by the salon to get a touch-up on her highlights. The two have known each other for some time as Drew had costarred in 2012's Big Miracle alongside Emily's husband, John Krasinski. Drew had previously debuted a slightly lighter look when she attended the 2013 GLAAD Media Awards earlier this month with dirty-blond hair; however, it now appears that she's gone full-on blond. The new look may be for her upcoming project with Adam Sandler and Joel McHale, which is slated to hit theaters in 2014.
Drew has been getting lots of love from her famous female friends over the past few days. Reese Witherspoon recently chatted about her friendship with Drew with Red magazine and sang the actress's praises. She said, "She's just as charismatic and fun as you would imagine. It's nice to hang with Drew because we both just had babies and we can support each other." Drew, Reese, and friend Cameron Diaz recently went on a girls' getaway together to Tulum, Mexico, in March.
Ask any makeup artist what shadow shades flatter most complexions and eye colors, and you'll probably hear renditions of the same thing: a soft peach, a shimmery bronze, a rich chocolate brown, and a silvery midtone taupe. And that's exactly what you'll get with Flower Cosmetics' Shadow Play Eye Shadow Quad in Foxy Browns ($10). What works with this palette by Flower, a newly launched beauty line by Drew Barrymore, is the mix of undertones and textures. Wear the warm, subtly frosted peach on the inner corners of the eyes to brighten, or on the lids for a light-on-makeup makeup look. Line your top and bottom lash lines with the matte, cool-toned deep brown, and make the flecks of your eyes stand out with the bronze or taupe hues, which both include a hint of metallic. At just $10 a pop for four flattering shadows, you'll be one sly fox indeed.
Charlize Theron donned a black jumpsuit to link up with Leonardo DiCaprio at Saturday's GLAAD Media Awards in LA. They were accompanied by host of the festivities, Drew Barrymore, who brought along her husband, Will Kopelman. An Emilio Pucci-clad Kirsten Dunst joined Elle Fanning, in Lanvin, for the night out, which raised money to support LGBT equality. Also on hand was Jennifer Lawrence, who debuted a new short hairdo. Jennifer, who wore a sexy sheer David Koma dress, buddied up with her Silver Linings Playbook executive producer Harvey Weinstein on stage at one point, too.
Charlize also had fun backstage with the special honoree of the night, Bill Clinton, who was presented with the advocate of change award by surprise guest Chelsea Clinton. The evening also included a playful auction in which Betty White and Magic Mike star Alex Pettyfer took the stage to auction off a kiss to the highest bidder. Kelly Rowland and Darren Criss completed the star-studded festivities with live performances on stage.
Last night's GLAAD Media Awards in LA drew an A-list crowd — and the A-list looks to go with it. Hollywood heavyweights like Charlize Theron, Jennifer Lawrence, and Drew Barrymore — the latter played the host for the event — gave us evening glamour of the chicest kind. Charlize arrived in a halter-style black Jason Wu jumpsuit, while Drew posed in a long-sleeved floral-print skirt set by Dries Van Noten, and Jennifer showed off a flared David Koma LBD (and a new "lob haircut!"). For the rest of the red-carpet details, like Kirsten Dunst in a lacy LBD, you'll have to keep clicking.