Dame Angela Lansbury, five-time Tony award winner, Hollywood legend and super-sleuth star of 'Murder She Wrote' was honored by the American Theatre Wing in New York. The nonprofit organization celebrated its 97th anniversary of service to the American theater by rolling out the red carpet for the 88-year-old British star with its annual gala. James Earl Jones was Lansbury's co-star in the Australian stage production of 'Driving Miss Daisy.'
Emma Stone, Viola Davis and more attend gala
It's the video we couldn't stop talking about for days, and the incident Solange Knowles is calling "that thing." That's right, Beyonce's little sister is finally speaking out about her infamous post-Met Gala fight with brother-in-law Jay Z. Sure, the trio made a family statement, but in the new issue of Lucky Magazine, Solange is opening up a little more, saying what's important is that the family is all good, anything they had to say was in the statement, and they all feel at peace! Can't you give us a little more, Solange?! We'd die to be a fly on the wall in that elevator, but hey, beggars can't be choosers!
Lauren discusses how proud she is to be hosting the 2nd Annual Susan G. Komen L.A. Gala. She also dishes on her two new books, "Beauty" and "Starstruck," which are in stores now.
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