On June 16, Kristen Bell attended the 2018 MTV Movie And TV Awards at Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California.
The actress will be presenting during the show, which is being pre-taped ahead of its air-date on Monday.
Kristen was wearing a Julien Macdonald dress, Charlotte Olympia shoes, and Tiffany & Co.
Events > 2018 > Jun 16 │2018 MTV Movie And TV Awards in Santa Monica
Kristen Bell guest-hosted The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Thursday (May 31).
During her appearance, Kristen took on audience questions that centered around Disney characters – and Kristen‘s mom surprised her!
She also interviewed Jamie Foxx during the hosting gig, and the two discussed his daughters, as well as the upcoming Robin Hood movie and singing a duet with Barbra Streisand after meeting her in the Hamptons.
Later, Jamie’s daughter Corinne joins to talk about Beat Shazam and working with her dad. They also played a game of “You Bet Your Daughter” with Kristen and Kristen‘s mom, Lorelei!
Plus, Kristen met seven-year-old dancing sensation Lil’ Mushroom from Beijing, China. And Fall Out Boy performed “The Last of the Real Ones” during the show!
Kristen was wearing a Black Halo jumpsuit, Jimmy Choo shoes, and Jennifer Fisher hoops.
Today – Kristen Bell knows people love how real she and husband Dax Shepard are, on social media and in real life.
But she has a confession: “That is choreographed,” she told TODAY Parents in an exclusive digital interview.
Bell cares deeply about protecting the privacy of their children; she does not share their photos and she stands up to paparazzo who try to sneak photos of them. So, some things about her family life she’ll share and others she definitely won’t.
“As open as we are, we’ve agreed to a certain amount of openness. And the rest is ours. And it will stay ours,” Bell told the TODAY Parenting Team’s Meredith Sinclair in an interview at the Mom 2.0 Summit. “We are fiercely territorial about our family.”
LA Times – Editor’s note: This interview took place before Roseanne Barr’s racist tweet caused ABC to cancel “Roseanne” on Tuesday.
In tumultuous times such as these, comedy is more essential than ever. It offers some common ground, some (mostly) safe space and, best of all, a good time. “Everybody is dying for a little bit of comic relief,” says Eric McCormack whose “Will & Grace” recently relaunched after 10 years away. McCormack was one of six comedic actors from shows both new and familiar to join the Envelope for a free-flowing conversation that at one point threatened to make a left-turn into an intervention for “Glow’s” Marc Maron.
Along with McCormack (whose “Will & Grace” regathers its original cast) and Maron (whose series is about the launch of women’s wrestling and the cocaine-sniffing director behind it), were Kristen Bell (“The Good Place,” an examination of morality set in the afterlife), Bill Hader (“Barry,” a hitman who wants to be an actor), Sara Gilbert (“Roseanne,” the family we know and love some 20 years later) and Justina Machado (“One Day at a Time,” a family similar to the one we know and love some 30 years later). Between the giggles, the group touched on such topics as diversity, nostalgia, bad dye jobs and the Fonz.
Here are excerpts from that conversation, edited for length and clarity.
On May 20, Kristen Bell attended the ninth annual K.A.M.P. (Kids Art Museum Project) presented by Tiffany & Co.
Kristen and other celebrities including Bill Hader, Kathryn Hahn, Jimmy Kimmel, Adam Scott and Armie Hammer shared their favorite children’s books, while designers, painters, dancers, sculptors, musicians and architects led engaging hands-on workshops in the carefree atmosphere of the Hammer Museum courtyard. All K.A.M.P. proceeds support the Hammer’s free family programming.
Events > 2018 > May 20│Hammer Museum K.A.M.P. (Kids’ Art Museum Project) 2018 at Hammer Museum