Star Tracks


Dec. 18, the Beverly Hilton Hotel, Beverly Hills

Who’s got the lighter? Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams get the crowd going with their latest, “Spark the Fire.”

In one of the night’s steamiest moments, The Mindy Project’s Chris Messina and Mindy Kaling came this close to kissing while accepting honors for TV Couple of the Year.

Triple Threat winner Jennifer Lopez puts her curves on display.

Hear that screaming? It’s for Aussie rockers 5 Seconds of Summer, who covered the classic “What I Like About You.”

Movie Performance of the Year—Actress winner Jennifer Aniston shares a squeeze with presenter pal John Krasinski backstage.

Host Nick Cannon keeps his cool backstage. “I’m really excited because Gwen Stefani just told me she liked my outfit, so my night is complete,” he joked during the show.

Lisa Kudrow shows off her award for TV Performance of the Year—Female (for HBO’s recently revived The Comeback) in the PEOPLE photo booth after giving thanks to EW, PEOPLE’s sister publication, which helped select some of the winners. “ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY, I think for nine years kept mentioning and remembering The Comeback,” she said in her acceptance speech. “So, in some way, I think they deserve a little bit of credit for us actually coming back.”

Despite suffering a knee sprain, Next Generation Star Chloë Grace Moretz stands tall.

Comedy Star of the Year Kevin Hart cracks up with his Wedding Ringer costars Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting and Josh Gad.

Think that you can hide from Adam Levine? It’s not so easy, as the Maroon 5 frontman and his band sing their sexy single “Animals.”


Editorial Director Jess Cagle shares a moment with Melissa Rivers, who introduced the in memoriam segment. “It’s in a moment like this that I remember my mother, Joan Rivers, and smile,” she told the audience.

We see you, Jon Hamm! The Television Performance of the Year—Actor honoree is flanked by girlfriend Jennifer Westfeldt (left) and Mad Men costar Elisabeth Moss.


Dec. 18, the Beverly Hilton Hotel, Beverly Hills

Pals Nicole Richie and Kate Hudson, who earned the Role Model Award, break it down in the photo booth. “Life is a journey with its ups and downs, its challenges and its triumphs,” Hudson said in her acceptance speech. “Don’t ever let anyone ever push you around.”

Breakout Star of the Year Billy Eichner (of Billy on the Street fame) keeps everyone laughing.

Sexiest Woman Kate Upton lives up to her title in a photo booth shoot.

“Thanks a lot. I’m going to buy Jeff a shot of tequila right now,” Michael Keaton said of presenter Bridges in his acceptance speech for Movie Performance of the Year—Actor.


The prince visits kids in Lesotho, Africa, with his organization Sentebale

Harry cuddles a baby girl during a Dec. 8 trip to a night school for herd boys built by Sentebale (right), a day after stopping by the Thuso Centre for children living with multiple disabilities, where he got crafty on Dec. 7 (below).

Flying high! The prince spends time with a blind girl while visiting the Phelisanong Children’s Home on Dec. 6.

Harry shares a picture he took with a group of kids in Mokhotlong on Dec. 8. “On this visit I had the time and opportunity to be on the other side of the camera and take some photos in the stunning country of Lesotho,” he wrote in a caption.

During his trip to check on the progress of Sentebale’s Mamohato Children’s Centre, which will provide support to those in need, Harry snapped personal pics. “I have always enjoyed photography and the challenges that come with trying to capture the perfect shot, although privately I don’t take many photos,” he wrote. “The best photos I have are in my head.”


Princess Kate and a young scout decorate a cake while blindfolded (to promote disability awareness) during her time with the 23rd Poplar Beaver Scout Colony on Dec. 16 in London.



Kenny Chesney received the Groundbreaker Award at the inaugural ACCAs.

Mike Fisher gets a night off from the NHL to join pregnant wife Carrie Underwood, who opened the show.

Honoree Miranda Lambert and Kelly Clarkson join forces to celebrate NASH Icon Award winner Reba McEntire with a medley of her hits.

Luke Bryan smiles after picking up three awards, including Male Vocalist of the Year. The singer, whose brother-in-law died on Nov. 29, brought his nephew Til, 13, to the event (Til’s mom, Bryan’s sister, passed away in 2007).


Hunter Hayes

Hosts Florida Georgia Line (Brian Kelley & Tyler Hubbard)

Maddie & Tae

Brett Eldredge

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