Top Shots (Week of Sept. 17, 2017)

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Fergie

Following last week’s surprising (and sad) announcement that she and Josh Duhamel had split, the singer kept calm and carried on at the New York City premiere of her new visual album, Double Dutchess: Seeing Double. (Photo: Andrew Toth/Getty Images)

Sean Combs

The man of many names — Puff Daddy, Diddy, Puffy, whatever you call him — was absolutely thrilled to be at the Forbes Media Centennial Celebration in New York. We’re guessing he was thinking of his status as the most highly paid entertainer in the world this year, according to the magazine, at this very moment. (Photo: Taylor Hill/Getty Images)

Margot Robbie

It’s understandable if you can’t avert your eyes from the actress long enough to notice the giant teddy bear on the red carpet at the London premiere of Goodbye Christopher Robin. Robbie’s wet-hair look and feminine Brock Collection dress had fans divided. (Photo by Karwai Tang/WireImage)

Billie Jean King and Emma Stone

Can’t you just hear Elton John’s “Philadelphia Freedom” playing in the background? Battle of the Sexes star Stone posed with Billie Jean King, the legend that she portrays in the new movie, at a New York screening. (Photo: Bennett Raglin/Getty Images)

Rihanna

During London Fashion Week, Rihanna stunned at a launch party for her Fenty Beauty line. Her lilac ruffled dress, designed by Molly Goddard, was everything. (Photo: Rune Hellestad/Getty Images)

Meg Ryan and John Mellencamp

“I’ll have what she’s having,” said everyone who passed a hysterically happy Ryan on the streets of New York. Apparently, her rocker beau is quite the jokester. (Photo: Splash)

Eva Longoria

Longoria prettied up at a L’Oreal event in Paris. Afterward, she sent the fans who attended gros bisous, or lots of love. (Photo: Getty Images)

Adam Levine

Rockers need a day off, too. So the Maroon 5 singer hit the links with some pals in Rio di Janeiro, where he and his band played the Rock in Rio music festival. (Photo: Backgrid)

Wendy Williams

Never one to go unnoticed, Williams definitely stood out during a visit to the Empire State Building, where she toasted her show’s ninth season. (Photo: Backgrid)

Justin Bieber

This Day in Bieber: The singer went shirtless at a skate park in Hollywood, giving a full view of his 23-year-old physique and his impressive collection of body art. (Photo: BACKGRID USA)

Lindsay Lohan

Oh, hey, Lindsay! The actress put her best leg forward at a fashion show during Madrid Fashion Week.
(Photo: Eduardo Parra/Getty Images)

Julianne Moore and Colin Firth

The Kingsman: The Golden Circle co-stars slayed on the red carpet at the movie’s London premiere. They haven’t looked this amazing together since they shared the screen in Tom Ford’s A Single Man in 2010. (Photo: David M. Benett/Dave Benett/WireImage)

James Marsden

The Westworld star worked hard competing at the Nautica Malibu Triathlon presented by Equinox. Marsden had to swim a half mile, bike 17 miles, then run 4 miles as a fundraiser for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. But Sunday night, he got to party just as hard — with any energy he had left — at HBO’s Emmys after-party. (Photo: Courtesy of Getty Images and Cruse Photo)

Sterling K. Brown and Mandy Moore

The This Is Us co-stars embraced at the Governors Ball following the Emmys, with Moore congratulating her TV son on his big win for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama. (Photo: Alex Berliner/Invision for the Television Academy/AP Images)

Jeff Garlin, Charissa Thompson, Larry David, Lindsay Shookus, and Ben Affleck

Affleck and his producer girlfriend, who won an award for her work on Saturday Night Live, found the cranky table at HBO’s post-Emmys bash, where they sat with Larry David, his Curb Your Enthusiasm sidekick Jeff Garlin, and sports broadcaster Charissa Thompson, a close friend of David’s. (Photo: Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)

Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford

Gosling, star of the upcoming Blade Runner 2049, posed with Ford, who starred in 1982’s Blade Runner and returns for the reboot, while promoting the movie in Berlin. In case you were wondering, they did get along, according to Ford’s new GQ interview. “He was fun to work with. I like him a lot,” he told the mag. (Photo: Sebastian Reuter/Getty Images for Sony Pictures)