Gisele Bundchen wore Oscar de la Renta on the red carpet at the AFI Life Achievement Award honoring Morgan Freeman held last night at LA's Sony Pictures Studios. The supermodel said hello to the man himself, hugging Morgan and the Brazilian TV presenter Hebe Camargo. Gisele also caught up with Morgan's daughter Alexia before moving inside to mingle with other celeb guests like Clint Eastwood, Matthew Broderick, Matthew McConaughey, Casey Affleck, Betty White, and Helen Mirren. Morgan's Amistad costar Matthew McConaughey rocked a new look with his handlebar mustache, though his girlfriend, Camila Alves, didn't seem to mind the new facial fuzz. Morgan said a few words about his career and humbly acknowledged one special role in Bruce Almighty. Morgan Freeman said of his AFI honor, "I should be ashamed to say that sooner or later, I knew that someone was going to call on me to play God. I just had to be sure that when I said OK, that it was a comedy."
Blake Lively spent a second evening at a film premiere last night, joining Forest Whitaker and producer Tom Hanks for the New York premiere of Where The Wild Things Are at Alice Tully Hall. Blake wore her hair in gorgeous curls taking a trend straight from Paris Fashion Week. They were joined by director Spike Jonze and singer Karen O, who provides music for the soundtrack. The film is due out in the UK on 11 December: will you see it or skip it?
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London is teaming with megastars at the moment, as several celebrities are here to help mark Nelson Mandela's 90th birthday. Leona Lewis (do you love or hate her green eyeshadow?), Will Smith, the Sugababes and Annie Lennox were amongst those who gathered at the Intercontinental Hotel yesterday for a photo shoot, which created the most amazing school photo style picture I've ever seen! Even more stars attended the lavish banquet on Wednesday night, and we can expect yet more big names at the 46664 concert in Hyde Park tonight. Amy Winehouse is being tipped to perform a version of Free Nelson Mandela with its composer Jerry Dammers, ahead of her Glastonbury performance tomorrow as part of Jay-Z's supergroup.
Will Smith, Denzel Washington and Forest Whitaker are making the most of their stay in London, enjoying a night out with their wives. We're thrilled to have you all here!
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Stars from both sides of the Atlantic joined Nelson Mandela in Hyde Park yesterday to celebrate his 90th birthday. Gordon Ramsay prepared the banquet for the 500 guests, which included those due to perform at tomorrow's concert, with Leona Lewis, Annie Lennox and the Sugababes all stunning in bright colours. Although Amy Winehouse wasn't there her spokesman has said "it seems likely" she will perform on the night. Naomi Campbell, however, won't be joining them. She was on a list of potential celebrities to be asked to introduce acts, but will not appear on stage following her arrest at Heathrow (when she was wearing a cap with Nelson's prison number 46664). Naomi's spokeswoman said: "She was never planning to go to the concert". The man himself charmed the Queen earlier in the day and last night was congratulated on his milestone birthday by Gordon Brown and Bill Clinton.
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My favourite northern supermodel Agyness Deyn appeared on Friday Night With Jonathan Ross yesterday, alongside an opera-singing Forest Whitaker and birthday-boy Bruce Forsyth. I think I love her even more now, she reminds me of a little chick – all fluffy and new to the world. She talked about all the part time jobs she'd had, focusing on the time she spent at the "Chippy", shows off her conjunctivitus, and mentions her mate Henry so much that Jonathan gets a little exasperated.
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