Star Tracks: Thursday, January 21, 2010
SHOW OF SUPPORT
UP AND AT 'EM
Guess who's feeling better! Days after postponing several shows on her Monster's Ball tour due to exhaustion, Lady Gaga makes a triumphant return to the stage, kicking off a series of four hometown shows at New York's Radio City Music Hall Wednesday. "It's very surreal for me to be here tonight because I grew up in New York," Gaga told the crowd. "I just feel so very blessed."
TWO OF A KIND
It's the sincerest form of flattery: Decked out in a red bowtie and gray suit, David Arquette pays homage to the man-of-the-hour, Paul Reubens, at the opening night of The Pee-Wee Herman Show Wednesday at L.A.'s Club Nokia.
BETTER OFF RED?
Ditching her blonde locks, Hayden Panettiere goes for a fiery new look while making her way through Miami International Airport on Wednesday.
'SLICE' OF LIFE
Uma Thurman – who recently engaged in a public make-out session with her ex-fiancé Arpad Busson – makes time for another special guy in her life, 8-year-old son Levon, – and some pizza in New York's East Village on Wednesday.
UP AT BAT
Hilary Duff lets the rain fall down on Wednesday, keeping dry in her hat and Hunter boots as she runs errands in Brentwood, Calif.
GIMMIE SOME SUGAR!
Just call him the candy man! Nick Cannon can't keep his eyes off his sweet swirled treat during a visit Wednesday to the Dylan's Candy Bar Sweetest Suite at the Renaissance New York Hotel 57 in Manhattan.
Kelly Ripa and Ugly Betty star Becki Newton practically pass for twins, sporting matching red lips, blonde locks and perfect poses in New York City on Wednesday. The two joked around about their similar looks on a taping of Live with Regis and Kelly that morning, then came outside for a photo op.
Well, hello, biceps! The rainy weather doesn't stop Twilight hunk Kellan Lutz, who braves the weather for a trip to his gym in L.A. on Tuesday.
BACK IN ACTION
He's coming to get you! With arms open and eyes wide, Vanilla Ice gets a little crazy backstage at the 15th National Television Awards at London's O2 Arena on Wednesday. The '90s rapper provided entertainment to the crowd – which included American Idol judge Simon Cowell – teaming up with U.K. reality stars Jedward for a performance during the show.