Jacob Trembley checks out his award while on stage during the Virtuosos Awards held at the Arlington Theater during the 31th Santa Barbara International Film Festival on Saturday night (February 6) in Santa Barbara, Calif.
Jess Glynne rocks her diamond patterned suit as she arrives at the 2016 HRC New York Gala Dinner held at The Waldorf=Astoria on Saturday night (February 6) in New York City.
The 26-year-old “Hold My Hand” singer recently spoke with Out magazine about performing at the event, which honored New York’s Governor Andrew Cuomo and actress Sigourney Weaver for their work as LGBT allies.
“I wanted to get involved because I think it’s really important that everyone is equal no matter who they love or how they want to be loved and this is what HRC is all about,” Jess shared.
She added about labels, “I think it’s important because I don’t believe you should be labeled anything. I don’t think there’s an answer to what love is and I don’t believe you should be put in a box. We all deserve to just love who we are and who we want with no judgments passed.
The 26-year-old singer was just added to the lineup of performers for this year’s show. She is also nominated for seven awards this year, including Album of the Year for 1989. She is also up for Record of the Year and Song of the Year for “Blank Space.”
Later on, Freddie Highmore stopped by the festival to chat about his series, Bates Motel, along with almost the entire crew — director/writer Chris Sanagustin, writers Scott Kosar, Philip Buiser, Steve Kornacki, Erica Lipez, Torrey Speer, Alyson Evans, and executive producers Carlton Cuse, Kerry Ehrin, and Eric Goldman.
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Some might think that Nathan Sykes and Ariana Grande‘s collaboration on his “Over & Over Again” would’ve been totally awkward — but apparently it wasn’t.
“I think it’s only as awkward as everyone else makes it,” the 22-year-old singer shared with ET.
He added, “I spoke to [Ariana] and I was like, ‘It’s only as awkward as everyone else makes it.’ “If we don’t make it awkward, then at the end of the day, after a couple of weeks, it’s not going to be awkward anymore.”
“It’s not weird to me at all,” Nathan continued. “I think the most important thing for me is that she’s an incredible vocalist and I really think she brings something great to the song. I think it shows real maturity that we can both do this and not really let it bother us.”
Check out your first look at Meghan Trainor‘s first ad for her Skechers campaign!
The 22-year-old “All About That Bass” singer models a pair of her fave kicks on brightly colored advertisement for the Skechers Originals retro sneaker collection.
“I’m very excited to work with Skechers! I’m proud to get behind a company that celebrates style and being true to yourself! The shoes are SO comfortable and stylish too. I know my fans will love this campaign,” Meghan shared in a statement.
You can also watch a behind-the-scenes vid from her Spring campaign shoot below!
Behind the Scenes with Meghan Trainor for Skechers Originals