It was a big night for Jennifer Lawrence at the 2013 GLAAD Media Awards on Saturday night. Not only did the Oscar-winning actress have the task of presenting President Bill Clinton, the recipient of the Advocate for Change Award at last night's ceremony, but she sent the Internet into a frenzy (what else is new?) when she debuted her new, short haircut.
Celebrity hairdresser Mark Townsend shared a shot of Lawrence's gorgeous new look on Instagram with the message "Meanwhile, this is happening" before she hit the red carpet for the event wearing a stunning little black dress by David Koma. The photo got overwhelmingly positive reception from fans online, who wrote messages in response like, "Crazy gorgeous" and "perfect".
Of course even if Lawrence may look a little different, she still remains her same old charming self we've all come to know and love. According to E! Online, the 22-year-old Catching Fire star had one of her trademark slip-ups on stage. Lawrence, while introducing President Clinton's award with Miramax honcho Harvey Weinstein before Chelsea Clinton introduced her father, the actress reportedly "mildly flubbed" the former President's name.
But President Clinton took the small slip-up in stride and joked, "I don't know why Harvey made Jennifer do that. She really was like 2-years-old when I became president. I met her backstage and she looked like she was touring the Museum of Natural History."
Below are more of the winners, including President Clinton, from the 2013 GLAAD Media Awards:
Advocate for Change Award: Bill Clinton, presented by Harvey Weinstein and Jennifer Lawrence
Stephen F. Kolzak Award: Steve Warren, presented by Leonardo DiCaprio and Charlize Theron
Outstanding Film – Wide Release: The Perks of Being a Wallflower (Summit Entertainment), accepted by writer-director Stephen Chbosky with Logan Lerman, Johnny Simmons and Mae Whitman
Outstanding Comedy Series: The New Normal (NBC), accepted by co-creators Ryan Murphy and Allison Adler with Andrew Rannells, Justin Bartha, Georgia King, Jayson Blair, NeNe Leakes
Outstanding Individual Episode: “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Me What to Do” Raising Hope (Fox), accepted by show creator Greg Garcia with Cloris Leachman, Shannon Woodward
Outstanding TV Movie or Mini-Series: American Horror Story: Asylum (FX), accepted by show creator Ryan Murphy
Outstanding Daily Drama: Days of Our Lives (NBC), accepted by: Freddie Smith
Outstanding Talk Show Episode: “At Home with Neil Patrick Harris, His Fiancé David Burtka, & Their Twins” Oprah’s Next Chapter (OWN)
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The show that brings our weekly dose of Betty White goodness is back — and it looks like this season is going to be the most hilarious one yet. Melanie (Valerie Bertielli), Joy (Jane Leeves), and Victoria (Wendie Malick) are kicking season four off with an adorably awesome game-changer that you don’t want to miss. To help get you ready for all the hilarity that is sure to come this year, here are the top three things you need to know…
1. Oh Baby! The premiere picks up right where we left off: with a baby on the doorstep! Within the first two minutes audiences will not only know who the parents are, but also why this bundle of joy was dropped off. We can’t reveal who brought the babe to Cleveland, but we can tell you that we’ve seen this person before. Plus, the little tyke’s name will definitely make you laugh out loud — or in our case, spit your Diet Coke all over your desk.
2. Heather Locklear is a Lil Bit Crazy: The ex-Melrose Place vixen is joining the cast this season as Chloe Summerlin, a former Miss Ohio who is now the founder and owner of Cleveland’s best public relations agency. Oh, and we should probably also mention that she is Melanie’s new blouse-stealing boss. Be warned, that’s not the only thing she’s hoping to steal from our optimistic divorcee…
3. Regis is Still Rockin’ The Ascot:Our favorite former talk show host makes his first appearance in a short yet sassy silk number, and it’s clear that Pierre and Elka are going to be quite the pair. Well, that is until jealousy creeps into the mix. Get excited for a lot of yelling, scheming, and a drastically different hairdo. Plus, is seems that in addition to being a skilled hair-stylist, Pierre is also quite the baby whisperer. “Over the past three seasons, we have seen some astounding guest stars stop by the show,” says Larry W. Jones, president of TV Land. “This season is sure to please the fans as even more storylines develop and new characters emerge. We’ve got an irresistible combination on our hands with our favorite Clevelanders, a baby, and Heather Locklear – it’s sitcom magic.” You can catch the premiere of Hot in Cleveland Wednesday on TV Land at 10 p.m.
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Glee co-stars Monteith and Rivera hosted the New York leg of the awards ceremony and decided to turn up the heat by promising a steamy smooch with each of the highest bidders.
Former E.R. star Stamos sparked a bidding war for Monteith before deciding to enter the auction himself and pucker up for his own charity kiss.
Stamos was in for a surprise when his winning bidder turned out to be a male fan - but the actor brushed off the same-sex smooch and joked, "I got the better prize. Come to daddy!", before leaning in for a quick kiss.
Monteith ended up getting intimate with Smash star Megan Hilty, while Rivera's big spender dipped her low as they locked lips onstage.
The trio's fun antics each drew bids of $5,000 (£3,125) for the GLAAD cause, which was also attended by movie producer Harvey Weinstein, rap mogul Russell Simmons and actress Dakota Fanning.
McKinley High must have a stipulation that all of its Spanish teachers must also have a resume of professional singing. Glee is seeking to fill the seat of a new Spanish teacher with a pop artist who was omnipresent in the 1990s: one Ricky Martin. Martin is in talks to appear on a late-January episode of Glee, wherein he'd participate in two songs. Considering both Martin's potential guest role and the return of Trouty Mouth Sam (who'll be vying for Mercedes' love once again, as reported earlier today), Glee is really pulling out all the stops to make our favorite characters' senior year a noteworthy one. Glee's episode "I Kissed a Girl" airs tonight at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Fox. -TVLine
All news about Happy Endings instills me with unabashed joy, but this time around, we're bordering on sheer nirvana. The great and powerful Michael McKean is paying a visit to the ABC series, and in the best kind of guest role: asone of the main characters' fathers. So far, we've met the parents of Max, Brad and Penny (the stellar Megan Mullally, in a guest spot almost as good as her recurring role on Parks and Recreation), and now we'll be treated to an introduction to Dave's father, in the form of McKean. And Mullally is back. Dave's dad and Penny's mom will come to town on the same episode - and not by coincidence. Mullally's last appearance on Happy Endings explored her character's divorce, and the newly single woman has taken up a new romance with none other than Dave's father. A bit to wrap your head around, I know. But trust me: this is an unstoppable idea. The episode will air in early '12. Happy Endings airs Wednesdays, 9:30 p.m. ET/PT on ABC. -TVLine
In new TV developments, we have the Showtime pilot Ray Donovan, which is now set to star Liev Schreiber. The multitalented Scheiber will play a "go-to guy" for the upper echelon of modern day Los Angeles. Schreiber's title character will solve and coverup the sordid problems in which his wealthy socialite clients often find themselves. Ray Donovan is created and will be executive produced by Ann Bidermann (Southland). -THR
Clementine Ford, 30, revealed her sexual preference last year (09) and now the Moonlighting star's other daughter, Ariel Shepherd-Oppenheim, has followed in her footsteps.
The 22 year old stepped out in public with her girlfriend for the first time to attend the 21st Annual Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) Media Awards in San Francisco, California earlier this month (Jun10) to watch the comedienne receive the Golden Gate Award. The honour is given to stars in recognition of their work promoting equal rights for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community.
Shepherd-Oppenheim was applauded by the gay rights group for going public with the same-sex romance at the event and her actress mum couldn't be happier, reports the National Enquirer.
A source tells the tabloid, "Cybill's always been a huge supporter of gay people."
Ariel is the twin sister of troubled Zack Shepherd-Oppenheim, who has been ordered to attend Alcoholics Anonymous sessions following his arrest for theft in January (10).
A behind-the-scenes look at the 11th Annual GLAAD Media Awards, a multi-city awards celebration honoring individuals and projects in the media and entertainment industries for their fair, accurate and inclusive representations of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and the issues that affect their lives.