Though snubbed by the Academy Awards, Gal Gadot told Entertainment Tonight that they didn’t make Wonder Woman for Hollywood’s elite – it was for the fans. Plus, who needs a miniature golden statue when you’ve got the Lasso of Truth, right?
As she recently hit a landmark 4m followers on Instagram, Romee Strijd was said to love sharing her journey via the social media app. And, quite frankly, so do we.
Rumour has it that Heidi Klum has been recently spotted with her ex, notorious art dealer and curator Vito Schnabel. Though judging by her appearance at the Wolk Morais Collection 6 fashion show in Hollywood this week, you can’t blame him for wanting to keep in touch.
With no less than four films set for release in 2018, Tinseltown’s most promising up-and-comer Elle Fanning stole the show at the Sundance premiere of The Alienist. And she’s not even in it.
Russian model Aiza Anokhina claimed that she’s Victoria Beckham’s doppelganger. However, despite the apparent likeness – which is pretty tenuous, come on – nobody can quite beat the original queen of Beckingham Palace.
You can have brains, beauty and talent – here’s the proof: Yara Shahidi. The Black-ish star recently spoke to Glamour about how she wouldn’t be compromising college for acting, so expect whatever university she chooses to see a huge, huge rise in student admissions.
Few can lay claim to a Tinseltown throne like Nicole Kidman’s. She’s won an Academy Award, been nominated for four, and she even persuaded Meryl Streep – one of the few names to trump her own when it comes to accolades – to join the cast for the highly-anticipated Big Little Lies sequel.
It’s an undeniably American thing to be named after the state of your birth, but Arizona Muse is very much a woman of the world. So much so, that she’s appeared on the cover of over 10 different versions of Vogue worldwide.
Kylie, Kim, Kendall, Khloe, and Kourtney Kardashian
Raf Simons knows exactly what’s he doing with Calvin Klein’s latest campaign: all the Kardashian sisters, some of the hottest women in the world, in the same bed. Hear that? That’s the sound of a million hearts breaking (or tills kaching-ing, we can’t work it out).