Standout Celebrity Style Moments From 2024 So Far

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One of the best parts of being a celebrity is playing dress-up. The stars are constantly attending galas, awards shows, and other fancy events, giving them excuse after excuse to don gorgeous gowns or other unique ensembles. Here are some of the best looks from January 2024.

Jessica Chastain

First up is the ever-beautiful Jessica Chastain at the prestigious National Board of Review Gala in New York City.

She elevated the standards of sartorial elegance by gracing the event in a magnificent violet Vivienne Westwood Couture gown.

Jenna Ortega

Then there was Jenna Ortega at the screening of Miller’s Girl during the 35th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival in Cathedral City, Calif.

Once again, she captivated attention with her striking all-white ensemble. She wore a mini dress adorned with 3D flowers, complemented by Christian Louboutin pumps.

Anne Hathaway

Anne Hathaway turned heads at the National Board of Review Gala in New York City.

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Dressed in timeless black, the star chose an embellished Giorgio Armani dress for the occasion, creating a captivating look for her date night with her husband.

Margot Robbie

For the Amazon MGM Saltburn W Magazine screening in Los Angeles, Margot Robbie showcased her fashion flair.

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She paired dark denim with a Chanel bag and knee-high boots, effortlessly blending casual and chic elements.

Elizabeth Olsen

Elizabeth Olsen also attended the National Board of Review Gala in New York City.

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Embracing a classic black-and-white aesthetic, she donned a corset dress and cropped jacket, presenting a sophisticated and stylish ensemble.

Emily Blunt

Making a stylish appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Emily Blunt showcased a cutout jumpsuit previously worn by Lenny Kravitz at the 2024 Golden Globe Awards.

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Paired with black and gold suede Christian Louboutin shoes, Blunt exuded charm and fashion-forward elegance.

Kaley Cuoco

Attending a special screening of her Prime Video movie Role Play in Culver City, California, Kaley Cuoco displayed her laid-back yet fashionable side.

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She wore a relaxed blue-and-white striped ensemble featuring a rosette and train, while also sharing anecdotes about her daughter Matilda’s humorous antics.

Natalie Portman

Natalie Portman demonstrated the timeless allure of classic black at the Governors Awards in Los Angeles.

She opted for a simple yet stunning black Schiaparelli couture gown that left a lasting impression.

John Stamos Wanted to Quit Full House

In 1987, Full House burst onto the TV scene and quickly became a sensation. However, early on, John Stamos, who played the role of Jesse Katsopolis, had reservations about his involvement in the show. During the podcast Full House Rewind, creator Jeff Franklin and co-star Dave Coulier reminisced about the show’s beginnings.

John Stamos Doubted Working With Kids

John Stamos Wanted to Quit Full House at the Show's Beginning
John Stamos Doubted Working With Kids

Franklin and Coulier recalled how a young Jodie Sweetin stole the spotlight during the first table read. Stamos was taken aback by her talent, expressing concern that the entire show would revolve around her performance. In fact, Stamos was so disheartened by the prospect of playing second fiddle to the young actors that he contemplated quitting the show. He confided in his agent, expressing his belief that being overshadowed by kids was a mistake.

Despite his initial doubts, John Stamos ultimately decided to remain in the role of Uncle Jesse throughout Full House’s successful eight-season run from 1987 to 1995. The show not only solidified his status as a TV star but also launched the entire cast, including Candace Cameron Bure, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Andrea Barber, Scott Weinger, Lori Loughlin, and the late Bob Saget, into stardom.

Stamos and Sweetin Are Still Friends

Stamos and Sweetin Are Still Friends

The show’s popularity persisted, leading to a sequel series titled Fuller House, which aired on Netflix from 2016 to 2020. Stamos was an integral part of the revival, demonstrating his enduring bond with the rest of the Full House cast. Reflecting on his early impressions, he candidly admitted to underestimating the Olsen twins, who played the role of Michelle Tanner. Initially, he was vocal about his preference for different actors, but eventually realized the twins’ potential and sought to bring them back.

As the years passed, John Stamos came to cherish his connection with the show and its enduring impact. In 2022, during the 35th anniversary of Full House, he acknowledged that the show exceeded all expectations and grew more significant with time. Initially attempting to distance himself from the series after its conclusion, he later embraced it and reveled in the love he received from fans.