“We have to stop. I just pulled that note out of the blue,” said Audra McDonald on stage last night at Avery Fisher Hall. “I’m so proud of myself. Yay, Juilliard!”
Andrew J. Hall, who’s building a farm empire in Vermont selling lavender soap and cider, last night bought a trip to handmade-cigar haven Cuba.
Marissa Mayer, chief executive officer of Yahoo! Inc., colored her hair in pinstripes of red, blue and green to go with her red dress.
Christoph Waltz and Anne Hathaway won best supporting actor and actress as Hollywood awarded Oscars for the best work of 2012.
Anne Hathaway won the Oscar award for best supporting actress for her portrayal of the ill-fated Fantine in the musical “Les Miserables,” as Hollywood honored the best work of 2012.
Last night was one big sister act at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
At New York City Ballet’s fall gala last night, billionaire David Koch talked about his support of Mitt Romney.
Raffaello Follieri claimed he had ties to the Vatican. He dated the star of “The Devil Wears Prada.” Now the baubles he accumulated as a servant of Mammon have been sold at auction.
Ben Affleck’s “Argo,” about the rescue of American hostages from Iran more than 30 years ago, won the Academy Award for best picture, beating eight other films including “Lincoln.”
Jackie Siegel, the busty, Botoxed trophy wife who steals Lauren Greenfield’s irresistible documentary “The Queen of Versailles,” recalls a family vacation taken after her billionaire husband’s time-share empire went south.
"I was just overjoyed."
- Anne Hathaway on Sep 21, 2012