Mariah Carey and more stars will come together to celebrate New York City's resiliency in times of need on iHeartRadio's 'Heroes of New York' — read more of Us Weekly's celebrity sightings
Celebs are keeping busy this week, from Mariah Carey, Kevin Bacon and Kelly Ripa appearing on Heroes of New York, to Joey Fatone celebrating a ’90s throwback Friendsgiving, to DJ Cassidy announcing his third Pass The Mic airing on BET. Read on to find out more of what the stars have been up to!
— Mariah Carey, Kelly Ripa, Kevin Bacon, Kyra Sedgwick, Mariska Hargitay, Tina Fey and many more will appear on Robin Hood and iHeartRadio’s Heroes of New York — a celebration of New York City’s resiliency and generosity in times of desperate need — airing Tuesday, December 1.
— Zac Brown Band premiered their first-ever broadcast performance of their latest single, “The Man Who Loves You The Most,” on Jimmy Kimmel Live!. The remote-performance took place at Camp Southern Ground — Zac Brown’s nonprofit passion project established to support Veterans, their families and their transition to life after service.
— DJ Cassidy announced his third Pass The Mic installation, which will air following BET’s The Soul Train Awards on Sunday, November 29 on BET at 10 p.m. ET.
— Amanda Shires and her husband, Jason Isbell, released a deeply intimate and personal song, “The Problem,” to coincide with International Safe Abortion Day. All proceeds will benefit the Yellowhammer Fund, an abortion fund and reproductive justice organization in Alabama.
— Joey Fatone, Aisha Tyler, Carson Kressley and Boyz II Men appeared on YouTube for a live ’90s throwback Friendsgiving, hosted by Paul Zahn, on Tuesday, November 24.
— Marcus Lemonis and Alex Rodriguez surprised small business restaurant Sanguich in Miami with $20,000 for the launch of the “Plating Change” program in partnership with Grubhub.
— Rosie Huntington-Whiteley posed for a photo shoot in Cult Gaia’s Tallulah earring as part of their Breast Cancer Awareness Capsule.
— TikTok star Loren Grey starred in the Jordache 1970s inspired campaign to promote their FW20 collection.
— Winnie Harlow stepped out in L.A. wearing her SOREL Lennox Lace white boots.
— Drag Queen Violet Chachki starred in the celebrity favorite streetwear label Boys Lie for its November campaign “The Boys Lie Family.”
— Teresa Giudice snacked on Punch’d Energy’s green bean coffee gummies before heading out in New Jersey.
— Chicago Bears player Alex Brown hosted a virtual launch for RSVP Gallery, a conceptual retail experience with Modelo featuring clothes that embody the fighting spirit of Chicago’s sports culture.
Author:Us Weekly Staff - Source: US Magazine