The Cannes Film Festival suffered a jewel theft on Friday morning, with over $1 million dollars worth going missing from a hotel room at the Novotel hotel, reported the BBC. The stolen jewels were meant to adorn stars who are attending the legendary film festival on the French Riviera.
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It may technically be the 15th Annual Men of the Year Awards Special Issue of GQ, but a nude Lana Del Rey, 26, takes the title of the British GQ's Woman of the Year, and the "Video Games" singer bared all for the GQ photo shoot, gracing the cover wearing nothing but sapphire jewelry, bright red lipstick and matching and nail polish.
If you thought Lana Del Rey had peaked, think again: the chamber pop queen is just getting started. Four new Del Rey tracks have been leaked online as the singer-songwriter gets ready to release her 2012 deluxe edition album Born To Die, and luxury car brand Jaguar just named her their new spokesmodel.
On Saturday, Guns 'N Roses frontman Axl Rose is supposed to be accepting one of the music industry's highest honors — induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame — but Rose says he is not going.
American Idol said goodbye on Thursday to contestant Erika Van Pelt, who cut and dyed her hair into a jet black pixie for Wednesday's round of Billy Joel tributes. America's voters — and the judges, who declined to save Van Pelt from elimination — were not impressed enough to keep her around.
If you're going to send the producers into a tizzy by shooting them the finger, then you'd better make sure you look good while doing it. Case in point: Adele, who repeated her winning streak (and her classy outfit, apparently) from last weekend's Grammy's when she attended the Brit Awards on Tuesday.
After a disastrous performance on Saturday Night Live a few weeks ago, the much-discussed, much-analyzed, much-maligned/worshipped Lana Del Rey got a chance to redeem herself as a serious musical artist on The Late Show with David Letterman on Thursday night, and by many accounts she succeeded.
The long-awaited debut album by Lana Del Rey, Born to Die, doesn't drop until Tuesday, leaving just a few more days to speculate how well Del Rey's polarizing internet presence — and universally ridiculed SNL performance — will translate into dollars and cents.
Before Saturday's string of out-of-tune performances on Saturday Night Live, musical guest Lana Del Rey was a little known singer quickly becoming a household name on the virtues of her impressive singing talent, lovely looks and hipster-chic music videos.