The 'American Idol' alum couldn't help but gush over the 'Star Is Born' actress at her Friday concert.
The annual Oscars Luncheon happened in Los Angeles yesterday, coming with it the Class of 2019 photograph of all the (available) nominees assembled.
The evening’s two-time winner left immediately after the show to be with her horse, Arabella.
Aguilera teamed up with Gaga in 2013 for a duet version of 'Do What U Want,' which originally featured the controversial R&B singer.
"There are no victims — there are only those now exploiting Mr. Kelly for their 15 minutes of TMZ fame," R. Kelly's attorney said.
We often turn to the A-list pack in search of sartorial inspiration whether it’s a red carpet ensemble that’s made our Pinterest board or a street style pap shot that’s inspired our latest shopping list. Yet although armed with a celebrity stylist and wardrobe team, Hollywood’s biggest names don’t always hit the right fashion notes. This year, the near-naked trend reigned the headlines and although a major talking point, the likes of Bella Hadid and Rita Ora failed to make some of our best dressed lists as a consequence. 2018 has also been a time of experimentation for a bunch of celebrities with Amber Heard trialling a couture swimming cap on the red carpet to Lady Gaga making Shakespearean ruffles a thing. But if we had to give the award for this year’s most unusual wardrobe, actor Ezra Miller is a sure-fire winner thanks to that Moncler puffer dress . From Rihanna’s pope-inspired Met Gala ensemble to Robert Pattinson’s twist on the traditional tux, these were this year’s most unusual (and wonderfully weird) celebrity outfits. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Best celebrity red carpet looks of 2018, from Lady Gaga to Dakota Johnson Best dressed celebrities: December’s top A-list fashion moments so far Supersized celebrity red carpet dresses
The film is rated M in New Zealand — “unrestricted, suitable for 16 years and over” — similar to its classification in Australia.