Leading up to Sunday night’s Screen Actors Guild Awards, there was plenty of prize-worthy action on the streets of Hollywood (and beyond!) this weekend.
And the winner for best post-controversy comeback is …
Here’s what you missed:
5. Alicia & Swizz Beatz: (Cut)out and About in France
This girl is indeed on fire: Alicia Keys heated up the NRJ Music Awards red carpet in an ab-solutely gorgeous cutout gown. Her accessory of choice: husband (and arm candy) Swizz Beatz, who joined her in Cannes, France. (Hit the red carpet)
4. See Who’s Still Partying at Sundance
It was an iParty for Ashton Kutcher, who celebrated the Sundance Film Festival premiere of his Steve Jobs biopic, jOBS, with his costars and pals at a Red Touch Media-sponsored afterparty. Inside the bash, the actor was visibly captivated by a floor-to-ceiling portrait of the late Apple visionary, whom he portrays in the film. (Inside the party)
3. Your Fave Skating Olympic Champs: Where Are They Now?
Remember when Dorothy Hamill was the It Girl of the 1976 Winter Olympics? Yup, the pre-Fab Five days. Check in with newlywed Michelle Kwan and the all-star figure skaters who attended her Jan. 19 wedding. (See their transformations)
2. Kate Middleton Shops at the Gap, Too
In case you needed yet another reason to worship the down-to-earth duchess, the mom-to-be was spotted hitting the racks at Gap on the hunt for a pair of stretchy tight-fitting jeggings to add to her maternity wardrobe. And, yes, even royals have to shop around. “She didn’t buy anything as she couldn’t find the right leg length,” says a source. (Share your shopping tips)
1. Beyoncé Gives Fans Something Else to Care About
What lip-synching controversy? The show must go on for Beyoncé, who clearly has bigger fish to fry – or, you know, another major stage to light up – with her upcoming Super Bowl halftime show. She offered fans a sneak peek at the long-awaited performance, which we predict will unite all football fans all around the universe come Feb. 3’s big game. Obviously. (Let the countdown begin)