Vin Diesel Is Happy To Be A Choir Boy; Jussie Smollett Isn’t Perfect
This week, Jake Gyllenhaal still hasn’t gotten over the death of Heath Ledger, Ricky Martin might have a hot new boyfriend and Kevin Spacey appreciated some beefcake. Here’s what happened recently on Instagram:
Mario Lopez got an early preview of the Dominick Cruz-Urijah Faber death match.
Vin Diesel fulfilled his dream of becoming a choir boy.
Don’t come between Billy Reilich and his pancakes.
Beyonce who? It’s all about Yanis Marshall.
If Colby Melvin and Felipe Mastrandea had a baby.
You’re still pretty, Gus Kenworthy.
Not-so-cute portrait that @shay_will took of me at @tellurideski, today! I came home to film an edit on a some private features that @jibmasterchris built for me. I was planning to shoot for four days but after knocking myself out cold on Friday afternoon we ended up only getting to film for about three hours, today. Stoked on the shots we got considering the circumstances – stay tuned for more pics and video! cc: @clarkemichaels @goodiepocket
Keep going, Nyle DiMarco.
Adam Lambert is still on his original high.
Jussie Smollett gets blemishes just like normal people.
It’s not as if Marlon Wayans needs any beauty rest.
The Game gives good side eye.
Johnny Weir has been shopping in the children’s department for workout attire again.
Max Emerson can shower and tan simultaneously.
We’d love to see Chris Pratt do some contortions.
Wow!!! If you're in the Atlanta area, do yourself a favor, go see Kurios by Cirque du Soleil. Here I am backstage taking a pic with four contortionists. The entire cast; the performers, clowns, acrobats, jugglers, yo-yo masters, musicians are each equally phenomenal. It's inspiring and astounding to see what the human body, as proven by these wonderful artists, the best the world has to offer, is capable of. Such a remarkable amount of passion and dedication on display in Atlanta. #cirquedusoleil Thank you for an unforgettable night with my family.
John Boyega ain’t playing around.
The hardest thing about playing Finn was holding back all the time. Trying to be led by fear rather than strength was a tricky balance to ride without coming across as the pushover! Everyone expected acrobatics and a fully rogue badass character. (BORING) heroes are not born in one movie. Wait for the trilogy. Finn ain't playing no more.
Usher came up for air.