Dakota Fanning texts away on her phone while out and about in New York City on Thursday afternoon (December 18).
The 20-year-old actress, who was spotted the other week at the New York Knicks game with her dad Stephen, chatted with Page Six about the plans she has for her upcoming 21st birthday in February.
“I have no idea what to do. It’s been such a talked-about thing for so long, like, what are you gonna do for your birthday, that I think by the time it rolls around I’m just going to stay home with five friends and call it a day,” Dakota shared.
Sounds like the best type of birthday to us!
Just the day after, Dakota was seen arriving at LAX airport in Los Angeles to spend the holidays with her family.
Jessica Alba checks her cellphone while out and about on Thursday afternoon (December 18) in Santa Monica, Calif.
The 33-year-old actress and businesswoman was joined by her mom Catherine to grab a quick lunch.
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Earlier that week, Jessica played Princess Leia in a live stage-reading of Star Wars opposite of Ellen Page as Han Solo.
“.@ellenpage “I love you” #starwarsliveread @JasonReitman,” she tweeted after the event.
To which Ellen responded with Hans’ legendary line: “I know.”
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Nikki Reed gives some loving to dog Zeus and his owner O’Hara Owens during an in-home visit to her home in Moreauville, Louisiana on Thursday afternoon (December 18).
The 26-year-old actress made a special in home visit with The Humane Society of the United States after hearing about O’Hara and almost losing her dog due to a new ban on several breeds of dogs in the area.
O’Hara, who wears a halo brace and uses a wheelchair due to a severe neck pain, shared, about her dog, “I can sit here if I’m in pain, he comes and he notices it before I even make any noise.”
“Because of O’Hara’s brilliant advocacy through social media, my followers made me aware of what would happen to Zeus and others just like him in Moreauville, and I couldn’t stand idly by,” Nikki shared. “I have been an animal rescuer and pit bull owner nearly all of my life and the answer to solving problems with strays in a community is not to confiscate pets who are in homes. There are humane ways of managing the homeless animal crisis and the first step should be to make spaying and neutering accessible and affordable.”
Check out the pics from her visit below!