Celebrity Parties: Jennifer Lopez Named World Icon at Premios Juventud
Don't be fooled by the awards that she's got—she's still Jenny from the block! Jennifer Lopez was named World Icon at Univision's Premios Juventud in Miami last night. During the ceremony, she performed a mix of "Live it Up" and "On the Floor" with Pitbull, then changed into a sequined Zuhair Murad shift dress to accept the honor. "When I see all these images and your beautiful faces, I feel very fortunate to be here tonight. What I have always wanted to do with my life is to create, sing, dance, act, entertain, and be a good person," the star said in her emotional speech. "I accept this award with a lot of humility and I am enormously grateful." Congratulations, Jennifer! Click the photo to go inside more of this week's celebrity parties.
Andy Cohen and Sarah Jessica Parker
Nicolas Cage and Vanessa Hudgens
Diane von Furstenberg and Natalie Joos
Bruce Willis and Mary-Louise Parker
The stars of "Red 2" premiered their film at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. Along with Helen Mirren and Catherine Zeta-Jones, they play operatives in the film, a sequel to the 2010 movie, 'Red.' “We make each other laugh, and our comedy seems to make the audiences laugh," said Willis. Catch 'Red 2' in theaters July 19.
Kristin Scott Thomas and Ryan Gosling
The two premiered 'Only God Forgives' at the BAM Harvey Theater in New York City. On screen, the two play mother and son, where Crystal (Thomas) demands Julian (Gosling) to seek revenge on her other son's recent murder. The film opens July 19.
Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade
Colin Cowie and Eva Jeanbart-Lorenzotti
Kristen Wiig and Darren Criss
Kristen Wiig cozied up to her on-screen younger love interest Darren Criss at the New York premiere of their film, 'Girl Most Likely.' In it, Wiig plays Imogene, the just-dumped New Yorker on the verge of a nervous breakdown who is sent to live with her mother (Annette Bening), her mom's boyfriend (Matt Dillon), and her mom's new casino star housemate (Criss). "There is something nice about going home and reconnecting with your family," Wiig (in Viktor & Rolf) said of the film's lesson. "I think a lot of people move away from their hometowns. It’s kind of nice to reconnect with it and make peace with it, I think."
Matt Dillon and Padma Lakshmi
The duo celebrated the premiere of 'Girl Most Likely' at the Hotel Americano in New York City. Lakshmi has a walk-on role in the film, while Dillon plays the slap-happy lover of Annette Bening's character, Zelda, who is mom to Kristen Wiig's character, Imogene. The film opens July 19.