Fresh off of being named Woman of the Year at the Billboard Awards, Taylor Swift was looking darling while out in Los Angeles, CA on Thursday (May 24).
The “Mean” singer revealed her thin figure in a mini floral dress with a cardigan over it as she popped into Joan’s on Third for a midday bite to eat.
The outing comes as Miss Swift found herself as the subject of conversation in a new feature from W magazine focusing on fellow country singer Miranda Lambert.
Of Taylor, Miranda dished, “Taylor Swift is a pop singer. But she really helped country music. When she hit, I was thinking, Thank God Taylor’s out there to show people we’re not cheesy.”
“Some people still think that country music is twangy and cheesy, and they pigeonhole us. But I thought if they’re looking for Taylor’s videos or songs, they might see or hear other people they like, Lambert added. “If her fans are watching for her, they might like me too.”
Showing off her adorable pooch, Emma Stone was spotted taking her scruffy dog for a walk while going for a coffee run in New York City this afternoon (May 4).
In dark RayBan sunglasses, the “Easy A” actress strutted down the sidewalk wearing a long grey cardigan over a loose white tank top with high-rise flare jeans and came out of a local coffee shop carrying two cups, making us wonder who the other cup of Joe is for.
Braving the drizzling conditions, Lindsay Lohan was spotted out and about in New York City earlier today (February 29).
The “Georgia Rule” actress looked cute and casual in a grey cardigan layered overtop of a green and purple plaid shirt as she carried her Gatorade beverage past the paparazzi.
Looking ahead to her hosting gig on “Saturday Night Live” this weekend, LiLo told the “Today” show’s Matt Lauer that she’s in a great place and moving in the right direction.
Lindsay shared, “I still need to go through the process of proving myself,” regarding her viability as an actress given her years of erratic behavior.
She also admitted that she was in denial when it came to having a problem with substance abuse. “It’s a scary thing to have to kind of express to people … I wasn’t as comfortable with myself then. I think it was a fear factor that I had about what was really going on. And, you know, I had to get that wakeup call.”
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