While we await — possibly forever — leaked details of Prince William’s weekend bachelor party, let’s enjoy the princely visage of the mastermind behind the bash: his little bro, Harry, on the cover of the May issue of GQ UK.
Believe or not, the man singing dem blues in the Big Easy last week is “House” star Hugh Laurie.
Yes, he’s a “white, middle-class Englishman” — worse yet, “an actor: one of those pampered ninnies who can’t find his way through an airport without a babysitter” (his words, not mine). But that doesn’t mean he can’t feel the blues, and sing it pretty dang well.
His upcoming album, “Let Them Talk,” is out next month in the U.K., but doesn’t see a U.S. release until September.
But you can check out a three-song clip of his debut performance last week in New Orleans at the Guardian website now.
For more information, including tour dates, check out Hugh’s official site. Can’t wait til a proper gig stateside!
Josh Duhamel hosted the Youth Run 4 Japan charity event yesterday in Santa Monica, Calif., with proceeds going to aid Japan following the devastating March 11 earthquake and tsunami. If you couldn’t participate in the run, you can still donate via the American Red Cross, among many other charitable outlets, and purchase one of the event’s adorable T-shirts and/or totes!
Also winning: Since American hotties Carlos Bocanegra, Landon Donovan, Oguchi Onyewu and Co. couldn’t show up like this — especially in New Jersey’s frigid weather — they at least looked sharp as hell in their new red kits.
Click the pics for a better look:
Images via Daylife!
Last week’s Entertainment Weekly cover boy is having a particularly good year — so it can’t be too painful for Captain Tightpants to turn 40 on Sunday!
In honor of Nathan Fillion’s landmark birthday, we’re sharing some favorite adorkable photos of the “Castle” hunk — many of which he himself shared with his 781,000-plus followers on Twitter! Enjoy!