CANNES FILM FESTIVAL
Hollywood’s hottest stars bring the glamour to the South of France for the 67th Annual Cannes International Film Festival
Cannes newcomer and L’Oréal Paris brand ambassador Blake Lively shares a loving look—and matching Gucci duds!—with husband Ryan Reynolds at his Captives screening May 16.
Nicole Kidman (in Altuzarra) poses at a May 14 photo call for Grace of Monaco, the controversial Grace Kelly biopic that drew criticism from Monaco’s royal family. “I think the film has no malice toward the family,” said Kidman. “The performance was done with love.”
Rosario Dawson (in Sportmax) lets loose at the Captives photo call May 16.
Channing Tatum tries his hand at photography at a screening on May 19 for Foxcatcher (also starring Steve Carell), which is already earning Oscar buzz.
THE BILLBOARD MUSIC AWARDS
Chart-toppers from all genres descended on the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on May 18, when Jennifer Lopez made history and the King of Pop made a posthumous return to the stage.
A beaming Kesha claps along in the crowd at her first post-rehab awards-show appearance.
First-time host Ludacris (in Zegna) poses in PEOPLE’s photo booth. “I wish I were a comedian and I could get away with a lot more stuff,” he told PEOPLE.
Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood debut their duet “Somethin’ Bad.”
Top New Artist Lorde with mom Sonja Yelich.
Jennifer Lopez, the first woman to pick up the Icon Award, dazzles in Donna Karan before performing her new song “First Love.”
A virtual Michael Jackson performs “Slave to the Rhythm.” “It’s a whole new technology we’re not really revealing the details of, because Michael never revealed the details of his magic,” says estate rep Diana Baron. “He would have [loved it].”
Brad Pitt is all smiles atop his French Quarter balcony in New Orleans May 17. Later that day Pitt and pal Sandra Bullock took to the stage at a bash for his Make It Right charity and raised more than $4 million for housing for people in need, as Angelina Jolie and event host Chris Rock proudly looked on (inset).
A newly single Prince Harry is ready for his close-up, posing for a selfie in Estonia’s Freedom Square on May 16.
Nashville costars Chip Esten and Will Chase suit up for the Entertainment Weekly and ABC Upfront party at Toro in New York City on May 13.
Nat Wolff (above on right, and inset)gets close with (from left) The Fault in Our Stars author John Green and his costars Ansel Elgort and Shailene Woodley at a promo event for the drama in Nashville on May 8.
CELEBRITY INSTAGRAMS: PET EDITION!
@therealwacha John Mayer gets a kiss from pal Andy Cohen’s pooch Wacha.
@ryanseacrest “Georgia came home this weekend and already wants to eat everything in sight, edible or not. #fatherofthedog”
@macklemore “Kicking it with @cairothekat”
@caradelevingne “meet my new bunny @cecildelevingne”
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West do some pre-wedding shopping in Paris on May 19. Despite rumors they’d say “I do” in the City of Light, the couple are set to tie the knot May 24 at Forte di Belvedere in Florence. The day before the nuptials, Kimye will be treating guests to a private tour of the Palace of Versailles. “Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have decided to let their guests discover the Château of Versailles during a private surprise tour on Friday, May 23, the eve of their wedding,” reads a statement from the couple and officials at the famed estate.
Caroline Kennedy and son Jack Schlossberg, 21, volunteer at Child House Fukumaru, a center for earthquake victims in Japan, May 15.
Ben Stiller, wife Christine Taylor and kids Ella, 12, and Quinlin, 8, backstage with stars of Broadway’s Rocky in New York City, May 17.
Will Ferrell, wife Viveca Paulin Ferrell and sons Axel, 4, Mattias, 7, and Magnus, 10, at Hammer Museum’s Kids’ Art Museum Project in Los Angeles, May 18.