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26.05.2023 - 10:15 / ok.co.uk
The red carpet is usually the place to see the latest high fashion, hot off the catwalk and showcased on your fave celeb. But it's not all designer placements - sometimes the occasional brave soul takes the opportunity to add a bit of personality with a weird and wonderful choice. We don't just mean wearing belts as tops (for anyone old enough to remember Jodie Marsh), sometimes it's as subtle as quirky bit of footwear.
Whether they’re so bizarre they can barely be called shoes – looking at you, Lady Gaga in your unforgettable meat – to the completely unexpected, like the queen of relatability herself, Jennifer Lawrence , attending this year’s Cannes Film Festival in a pair of flip flops. Here are some of our favourite bizarre red carpet shoe choices over the years: Lady Gaga’s meat shoes At the 2010 VMAs, Lady Gaga ensured a dramatic entrance as she showed up in a dress made completely out of raw meat. She also completed the look with a meat fascinator, and of course, a pair of meat-covered shoes that were bound together with string.
Following the ceremony, Lady Gaga explained that the outfit was a statement about fighting for what you believe in, and highlighted her distaste about the US military’s don’t ask, don’t tell policy. In case you were wondering, her dress was preserved by taxidermists into a form of jerky and displayed at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame until 2015. Nicki Minaj’s puppet socks Never one to shy away from an over the top statement look, at the 2011 VMAs Nicki Minaj opted for a colourful and chaotic Harajuku-inspired outfit that quite literally reached from her head to her toes.
Kaley Cuoco is opening up about her daughter Matilda‘s future career.
Cardi B has revealed she has big plans for this summer, saying that there will be new music coming later this year in a recent interview.The Bronx rapper only released one single as a lead artist last year; the Kanye West and Lil Durk-assisted ‘Hot Shit’.On Monday (May 22), Cardi B hosted an event celebrating her vodka-infused whipped cream product, Whip Shots. When asked about her music and other projects, she told Rolling Stone that: “You guys can expect a lot from me this summer…I promise.”Recently, it has been heavily rumoured that the ‘WAP’ rapper will soon release a Latin track with Shakira called ‘Estoy Lamida’.
Danny Dyer has shared his joy after becoming a granddad for the second, and third, time, as daughter Dani welcomes baby twins with footballer boyfriend Jarrod Bowen. Dani, who won Love Island back in 2018, announced the birth of her newborns earlier today on her Instagram as she shared some sweet snaps of the infants, which she captioned: "22.05.23" followed by a heart emoji. Her father, former EastEnders star Danny, was quick to comment on the snap as he shared his pride at becoming a grandfather-of-three.
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“Killers of the Flower Moon” is certainly the buzziest film to play Cannes so far, Todd Haynes’ return to narrative filmmaking in four years, “May December,” held its own when it debuted the same day — and now it has a home.The film, described as a campy yet compelling look at an actress (Natalie Portman) who visits the home of a woman (Julianne Moore) she’s set to portray on-screen, ended up being hailed by a few critics as the best feature of the evening. And with U.S.
LeBron James is reevaluating his future in basketball. The 38-year-old Los Angeles Lakers star was visibly disappointed on Monday during a post-game press conference after the Lakers lost to the Denver Nuggets in the 2023 West Conference, missing out on a championship win.When asked about his future with the Lakers, James remained vague at first, saying, «I haven't begun to even think about next year. We had a great run but we fell short of our goal and our goal is to win championships.
to the is consistently one of the best opportunities for iconic fashion moments. But given the festival's elegant but laid-back atmosphere compared to awards season premieres and shows, is also an excellent showcase for glamorous celebrity couples. At the 76th annual festival, several couples are walking the carpet together and thusly is giving all of us something to attach ourselves to, despite our awareness of how fickle celeb relationships can be.
Comfort is key! Jennifer Lawrence pulled off a red carpet fashion faux pas.
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Leo Barraclough International Features Editor The U.K. distribution rights for black comedy “Sometimes I Think About Dying,” which stars Daisy Ridley, have been acquired by Vertigo Releasing. The film, which world premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in the U.S. Dramatic Competition section, is being sold by New Europe Film Sales. Oscilloscope is distributing the film in North America, Imagine in the Benelux, and Filmarti in Turkey, as previously announced. The film, directed by Rachel Lambert, centers on Fran, who likes to think about dying. It brings sensation to her quiet life. When she makes the new guy at work laugh, it leads to more: a date, a slice of pie, a conversation, a spark. The only thing standing in their way is Fran herself.
CANNES — Johnny Depp seemed back in full celebrity mode on Tuesday, signing autographs and taking pictures with fans before the premiere of the Cannes Film Festival’s opening film “Jeanne du Barry,” which marks the actor’s first major role since his high-profile defamation trial.
Johnny Depp made a rare public appearance at the Cannes press conference for “Jeanne du Barry,” a costume drama that opened the 76th film festival. The movie, in which he plays King Louis XV, marks the actor’s first leading role in three years, following his high-profile legal battles with ex-wife Amber Heard. As he reemerged into the limelight, Depp appeared to have mixed feelings about his years-long absence from Hollywood films. “Did I feel boycotted by Hollywood? You’d have to not have a pulse to feel like, ‘No. None of this is happening. It’s a weird joke,'” he said during Wednesday’s press conference for the film. “When you’re asked to resign from a film you’re doing because of something that is merely a function of vowels and consonants floating in the air, yes you feel boycotted.”
CANNES (Reuters) -Johnny Depp seemed back in full celebrity mode on Tuesday, signing autographs and taking pictures with fans before the premiere of the Cannes Film Festival's opening film "Jeanne du Barry," which marks the actor's first major role since his high-profile defamation trial. Fans in the French Riviera city were seen hoisting signs that read "Congrats, Johnny" and "We are sorry" with a heart. The festival delivered on its glamorous reputation with a parade of stars including Mads Mikkelsen, a blue-haired Helen Mirren and John C.
“Elemental” and Martin Scorsese’s Apple-produced “Killers of the Flower Moon” an additional veneer of vindication. As to the box-office futures of the 20-odd films competing for this year’s Palme d’Or, certainly none will reach the international highs of James Mangold’s “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny,” but then, none were ever expected to.Instead — and at its best — Cannes works as a sophisticated shell game, channeling the glamour of the red carpet and the frenzy of 40,000 accredited guests to make glitzy international events out of existential Turkish dramas like Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s “About Dry Grasses,” existential Finnish dramedies like Aki Kaurismäki’s “Fallen Leaves”or intimate two-headers about 19th-century French gastronomy like Tran Anh Hung’s “The Pot au Feu.”Other Palme d’Or contenders will come with built-in SEO, as Wes Anderson’s more-star-packed-than-usual “Asteroid City”threatens to saddle red-carpet rubberneckers with a permanent case of whiplash once the Texan auteur’s full repertory company mounts the Palais steps alongside new additions Tom Hanks and Scarlett Johansson.That all the aforementioned filmmakers could walk those Palais steps in blindfolds is another notable element of an official competition marked by staggering high fidelity.
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Naman Ramachandran The late Oscar-winning thespian Christopher Plummer delivers his final performance in animated feature “Heroes of the Golden Masks,” also starring Patton Oswalt and Ron Perlman. Inspired by the ancient bronze masks of Sanxingdui discovered on the archaeological site of Guanghan in the Sichuan Province in the late 1980s, the film centers on Charlie, a wise-cracking, homeless, American orphan who is magically transported to the ancient Chinese kingdom of Sanxingdui, where a colorful team of superheroes need his help to defend the city from a brutal conqueror. Charlie joins the heroes and secretly schemes to steal the priceless golden masks that grant them their powers.