Sierra McClain made a good friend while on set of Empire.
The 23-year-old actress/singer recently opened up about bonding with her co-star Serayah.
“We’ve gotten close. It was hard coming to Chicago by myself,” Sierraa told TeenVogue.com. “At some point, my mother was with me, then Lauryn came up here to be with me, and then they left.”
“But for the premiere of the show, Serayah texted me, ‘Hey, where are you watching the show?’ I told her, ‘I’m just here in my hotel room’ and she was like, ‘You should come over!’” Sierra said. “So I went over there, and we laughed and we ate. I don’t know if she really knows how much I really appreciated it, but I was here by myself and it was the premiere, and I was away from my family. She didn’t have to do that; she had no reason to be as sweet as she has been. But it really meant…so much. And I had a blast, and ate a home-cooked meal for the first time in God knows how long!”
Empire airs Wednesdays @ 9PM on Fox.
We definitely have to steal Adelaide Kane‘s super cute look from the TAO Block Party last night (March 16) in Los Angeles!
The Reign actress stepped out for the big event in a simple, off-the-shoulder black dress, pairing it with an even cuter red lip clutch. We all need this look in our closets — it’s so classic!
PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Adelaide Kane
Shay Mitchell, Serayah, Victoria Justice, Madison Reed, Logan Paul and Madelaine Petsch were also at the party.
Need to get caught up on Reign before the new episode tonight? See where we left off right now!
FYI: Shay is wearing a Cinq à Sept top.
Dove Cameron hosted the parties of all parties last night to celebrate her new cover of Galore mag.
The Descendants actress welcomed all her besties to the bash including Cameron Boyce, Kiersey Clemons, Laura Marano, Brenna D’Amico, Jessica Marie Garcia and Shelby Wulfert.
Serayah, Riverdale‘s Madelaine Petsch, Danielle Campbell, Amanda Steele, Chandler Kinney, Luke Hemmings, Sophie Reynolds, Sydney Sierota, and Kelli Berglund also made it to the party.
If you missed anything about Dove‘s new cover, check it on JJJ right now!
FYI: Kiersey is also pictured below at the 2017 Film Independent Spirit Awards on Saturday (February 25).
Yara Shahidi and Chloe x Halle definitely made major fashion statements this weekend!
The black-ish actress and singing sisters hit the red carpet for the 2017 NAACP Image Awards on Saturday (February 11) turning everyone’s heads with their amazing looks.
The three were joined by Empire star Serayah (looking equally as amazing), plus Yara‘s on-screen sibs Miles Brown, Marsai Martin and Marcus Scribner.
FYI: Yara wore a Blumarine dress, Anne Sisteron, Jenny Wu, and Sylvie Collection jewels, and a Judith Leiber clutch. Serayah wowed in a full Dolce & Gabbana look. Chloe x Halle were dressed in Emanuel Ungaro and Pedro Garcia shoes.
Congrats to Marsai Martin!
The young actress, who you know as Diane on black-ish (the best character ever) — just won a NAACP Image Award!
Marsai picked up the honor for Outstanding Performance by a Youth (Series, Special, Television Movie or Limited-series) for black-ish and her American Girl movie, Melody 1963: Love Has to Win, won the Outstanding Children’s Program! Such a big fete!
“I was nervous and forgot to thank my cast and crew, we had just won for the #melody1963 special and I was caught off guard by the back to back win,” Marsai shared on Instagram later. See the cute video below!
Serayah, Miles Brown and Kamil McFadden are also pictured below
Could you imagine The Chainsmokers‘ “Don’t Let Me Down” without Daya?
The 18-year-old singer – who is nominated for Best Dance Recording at the 2017 Grammys this weekend for her work on the song – is revealing that her mom didn’t want her to record it at first because of The Chainsmokers‘ “hard-partying reputation!” (via ABC Radio)
When her mom found out about the Grammy nomination, Daya revealed, “She was laughing. ‘Cause she was against it, for a very small amount of time in the beginning. But I told her I wanted to do it, and she was okay with it, and she met [The Chainsmokers], and now she loves them and they’re like family to her!”
“I think it’s the biggest honor to get a Grammy or even to be nominated for a Grammy, because it’s so music-focused,” she added. “And it’s [voted for] by real, true, talented musicians and respectable people in the industry. So… it’s an honor to be a part of that.”
Pictured: Daya attending the Delta Air Lines official 2017 Grammys event at Beauty & Essex on Thursday (February 9) in Los Angeles. Also in attendance were Serayah, Gabby Douglas, Elle King, Halsey, Kirstin Maldonado, and Serinda Swan.
Click inside to see which Grammy awards the other ladies are nominated for… More Here! »
Exes Camila Cabello and Austin Mahone may have crossed paths this week.
Both stars stepped out for the Tommy Hilfiger Spring 2017 Women’s Runway Show held at the Windward Plaza on Wednesday (February 8) in Venice, Calif.
Austin recently revealed that he’s single and no longer dating Katya Henry.
Also in attendance were Sofia Richie, Daya, Kaia and Presley Gerber, Brandon and Dylan Lee, Rachel Bilson, Serayah Delilah Hamlin, Justine Skye, Lucky Blue and Pyper America Smith, Lydia Hearst, Stormi Henley, Elle King, Annalise Basso, Amanda Steele, Machine Gun Kelly, Martin Garrix, Lewis Hamitlon, and Whitney Port.
FYI: Annalise is wearing Schutz shoes.
30+ pics inside of Camila Cabello, Austin Mahone, and more at the Tommy show in Venice… More Here! »
Serayah is upping the winter fashion style game at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.
The actress and Empire star hit the step and repeat looking so glam for the premiere of her new movie, Burning Sands, alongside Trevor Jackson and Imani Hakim.
Executive Producer Common recently told THR about the flick: “I think we’re making a statement without having to preach. Everything doesn’t have to be only protests…because it’s about us understanding each other.”
He added, “It’s about us understanding as human beings. For us as viewers to get the experience we see in Burning Sands, we get a better understanding of what it is to be a young, black man growing up trying to find himself.”
Burning Sands will make its premiere on Netflix in March.