Justin Timberlake can now add 'stylish' to his resume
Justin Timberlake leads GQ magazine's list of the "10 Most Stylish Men in America." In its March issue, it singles out Timberlake for his impact on fashion, willingness to take risks and "knack for targeting trends" such as hats, three-piece suits, skinny ties and beards.
Timberlake, 28, who launched his clothing line William Rast several years ago, tells GQ he is irked when an entire outfit revolves around a hat, and he'd never wear an argyle sweater vest off the golf course. He prefers to keep it simple, clothes-wise.
Honoring Stevie Wonder
The White House says the president and first lady Michelle Obama will present Wonder a Library of Congress award on Feb. 25. The concert will be broadcast the next day on PBS as part of its Performance at the White House series.
Wonder, 58, performed at the Democratic National Convention in Denver on the night Obama accepted his party's nomination. He also performed at a concert during the week of Obama's inauguration.
His song "Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours" became a theme song during the campaign. Obama also used "Higher Ground" during campaign stops.
Isn't that romantic?
Salma Hayek picked a most romantic time and place to get married: Valentine's Day in Paris.
The Mexican-born actress wed French magnate Francois-Henri Pinault in a civil ceremony Saturday at the City Hall in Paris' chic 6th arrondissement, according to an official there.
The wedding was a small affair, said the official, who was speaking on condition of anonymity, in accordance with policy.
Hayek's spokeswoman, Cari Ross, confirmed in an e-mail yesterday that the marriage had taken place in Paris on Saturday. No further details were provided.
Hayek, 42, is one of the executive producers of the hit series Ugly Betty and is CEO of Ventanazul, a production company she formed with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
Pinault, 46, is chief executive of the French luxury and retail group PPR SA, which owns high-end labels such as Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, Balenciaga and Puma.
Actor Hal Holbrook, 84.
Football Hall of Famer Jim Brown, 73.
Basketball player Michael Jordan, 46.
Comedian Larry the Cable Guy, 46.
Actor Jerry O'Connell, 35.
TV personality Paris Hilton, 28.