"Some work days are not work. They are love and happiness. Thanks Koffee team for having me over. Have a great season again," Shah Rukh Khan wrote on Twitter
"One of my friends was a make-up artist, so I just went for her party, just for fun! Nobody took pictures of me at that point. And I have Atul walking up to me and saying, 'Do you want to model?'," said Sonam
One look at the pictures and you know that the lavish and swanky setting is just the right place for "making history", much like show host Salman Khan promised in the show's promo
There were rumours that Deepika, who will be making her Hollywood debut with xXx: The Return of Xander Cage, will be the first celebrity guest of the show when she was spotted shooting with Salman recently
When asked why she wants to be a model, Nargis claimed it to be 'just a job,' which seemed to not fly down well with the judges
She captioned it, "Gods blessings also have a face....My angel," where she refers to her son Arain as 'her angel'
Alec Baldwin has deep ties to Saturday Night Live, having guest-hosted a record-setting 16 times since his debut in 1990. The premiere will feature actress Margot Robbie as host and musical guest The Weeknd
"Thank you for joining me to watch #QuanticoOnSW ! whatever you do NOT miss the last 1 minute of each episode!Can't wait to do this every week," Priyanka Chopra tweeted on Monday
Meanwhile, having attended the Oscar and won a People's Choice Award this year alone, Priyanka is busy with her TV show Quantico and is awaiting the release of her Hollywood debut Baywatch, co-starring worlds' highest paid actor Dwayne Johnson
On Thursday, Priyanka wrote on Twitter: "This should be such a fun evening. And the search for the perfect dress begins."
"What a throwback! Barely 18 yrs old with No idea that these many years later I'd still be representing India.. #blessed #grateful," wrote Priyanka Chopra on Instagram. Priyanka made her debut on television last year with the American show Quantico. She is the first Indian to be cast in a starring role on an American series
"Now that winter has arrived on Game of Thrones, executive producers David Benioff and D B Weiss felt that the storylines of the next season would be better served by starting production a little later than usual, when the weather is changing," Casey Bloys, President, HBO Programming, said in a statement