Haute 100 member and Hollywood mega producer Harvey Weinstein threw an epic Golden Globes bash in conjunction with Netflix. To say the party was star-studded is a monumental understatement: Jake Gyllenhaal and 50 Cent posed for photos together, Bill Murray politely told reporters, “Hi, I’m Bill,” and Ricky Gervais, Will Arnett and Kate Hudson hung out with Netflix’s Ted Sarandos on a sofa. Weinstein himself partied it up with Hollywood beauties Taylor Swift and Lorde. Jennifer Lopez, Benedict Cumberbatch, Rosamund Pike and many more were just a number of the celebs that flocked to the event. It’s safe to say that Weinstein is the Hollywood party of choice for the brightest stars.
Haute 100 superstar actor and international man of leisure Leonardo Dicaprio took some time off from floating on yachts with models and buddies to epically photobomb a photo of 50 Cent and Naomi Campbell at a party after the Golden Globes. Dicaprio, who with his man-bun hair cut and cargo shorts still scores supermodels like it’s going out of style, reminds us of why he’s one of our most beloved actors with photos like this.
Before he turned in stunning performances in films like Foxcatcher, Haute 100 actor Channing Tatum was more of a movie star than he was an actor. In fact, the most you could say about him was that he was one hell of a dancer, as evidenced by his performance in Step Up. He’s a respected actor now, but that doesn’t mean he forgot how to dance. In fact, he proved as much in an epic dance-off with his wife Jamie Dewan-Tatum at Weinstein’s post-Golden Globes party. The song? Beyoncé’s “Crazy in Love” of course.
Fashion stylist Rachel Zoe told People Magazine that becoming a mother is the greatest thing to ever happen to her: “I haven’t had a bad day since my first son was born,” said Zoe, “Honestly everyday is heaven.” Considering the tremendous achievements in her career, that’s really saying something.
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