Cody Simpson (left) and host Mark Wahlberg (it has to be in the contract) both got slimed at Nickelodeon's Kid's Choice Awards on Saturday night.
Austin Mahone goes through the rite of passage.
Pumping iron man and "Iron Man": John Cena and Robert Downey Jr. inside USC's Galen Center, Nick's recent home after several years at UCLA's Pauley Pavilion.
Lately it's not a party unless Pharrell is there. The "Happy" guy with Kaley Cuoco and Selena Gomez.
They share initials, "SNL", a parallel phonetic cadence to their names, and the flop "That's My Boy": Adam Sandler and Andy Samberg.
A week before "Wrestlemania 30", John Cena and the Bella Twins. (Nickelodeon photos by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images.)
And now, the grownups: Eli Broad, Katy Perry, L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti, and MOCA Gala Chair Lilly Tartikoff Karatz at MOCA's 35th Anniversary Gala on Saturday night.
Vanity Fair's main woman on the west coast, Krista Smith, and scenester Derek Blasberg at MOCA.
Ted Sarandos and Nicole Avant.
David La Chapelle and Owen Wilson hang out at the Louis Vuitton sponsored evening.
Meanwhile at the Beverly Hilton, the Humane Society's President/CEO Wayne Pacelle and Joanna Krupa held court in the pit at the organization's 60th anniversary celebration.
A fresh and healthy looking Kesha with Sutter, "the First Dog of California". Sutter lives with Governor Gerry Brown and recently earned his own Buzzfeed profile.
Co-CEO of Whole Foods Walter Robb, the Gov, Pacelle, Sutter, and The Humane Society's Jennifer Fearing. (Fantastic photos by Michael Kovac.)
The night before, Ryan Murphy and Kathy Bates anchored the Dolby for "American Horror Story: Coven" at Paleyfest on Friday.
(Rob Latour for Paley Center for Media)
On the eve of Major League Baseball's opening day, Jamie Foxx and Andrew Garfield took a stab at cricket in Singapore on Friday while promoting the upcoming "The Amazing Spider-Man 2". In corporate synergy, the "catcher" is an actor on a Sony TV show in India.
Henry Rollins greets International Documentary Association host Michael Lumpkin before interviewing the recent Oscar winner at his side, Morgan Neville, at the IDA's "Doc U" series at Cinefamily on Fairfax Wednesday night.
Shailene Woodley (whose "Divergent" has passed $65 million in six days) holds court backstage with Cameron Diaz and Leslie Mann at Fox's presentation at CinemaCon on Thursday.
Jake Johnson speaks from the crowd at CinemaCon on Thursday. (Photos by Getty Images.)
Meanwhile in Miami, SiriusXM President/Chief Content Officer Scott Greenstein gets a word with Steve Aoki at the W South Beach, where SiriusXM is doing a pop-up live broadcast and party (next photo) during this weekend's Ultra Music Festival.
Big draws Hardwell and Zedd hug it out at the SiriuxSM space on Thursday, one of BMF Media's festival activations.
Back in LA, there was a big turnout for the "Big Bang Theory" at the Beverly Hilton on Wednesday night for the annual "A Night at Sardi's": Kunal Nayyar Simon Helberg, Mayim Bialik, Johnny Galecki, Kim Woollen, Kaley Cuoco and Jim Parsons had extra wardrobe backstage at the benefit for the Alzheimer's Association.
Beth Behrs and Andrew Rannells; Laurie Grad, James Burrows, and Grace Potter; and "Masters of Sex" actress Caitlin FitzGerald and Beau Bridges at "Sardi's".
Billy and Janice Crystal. (Sardi's photos by John Shearer/Invision)
Yvette Nicole Brown beats on the boss - Dan Harmon - at "Community's" Paleyfest night on Wednesday.
Inside the Dolby Theatre, Joel McHale, Jim Rash, and Yvette Nicole Brown.
Chloe Sevigny is stocked up for A24's "Under The Skin" at the Ace Hotel premiere downtown on Tuesday night. (Photo by Angela Weiss/Getty Images)
Five months to the day before the Primetime Emmys, Adam Scott and Mindy Kaling were amongst the NBC and Universal TV talent who gathered for an Emmy "kickoff" luncheon at Soho House on Tuesday.
Producer DJ Nash, Andy Samberg, and producer of both "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," "Parks and Recreation" and forever Cousin Mose, Michael Schur. (Photos by Chris Haston/NBC)
Monday Funday! Leslie Mann, Judd Apatow, and daughter Iris celebrated mom's birthday early backstage at the Beatles' Love show at the Mirage in Las Vegas on Monday night. (This and all others by Getty Images except where noted.)
Also in Vegas for Cinemacon, Fox Films' CEO Jim Gianopulos, "Rio 2" director Carlos Saldanha (whose film comes out April 11), and 20th Century Fox's Vanessa Morrison.
"Idol" and "The Voice" can play nice and we have the photo to prove it. Ryan Seacrest turned up at Shakira's record release sneak concert in the "iHeartRadio" theater in Burbank on Monday night, a converted space on the former NBC lot.
Shakira kept on message the night before her album comes out, with a maroon guitar matching sponsor Target's logo and branding. (Photos by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)
The real "Veep"- Vice President Joe Biden, approached "Veep's" Reid Scott at the Human Rights Campaign's annual gala on Saturday night and gave him an executive command: "Make sure you give me the same advice you give your boss on the show!" Above, the VP with HRC's Chad Griffin and Reid Scott with fiance Ellspeth Keller.
DGA President Paris Barclay with family, and "Scandal's" Jeff Perry with Linda Lowy at the HRC's gala at the JW Marriott downtown.
Birthday boy Perez Hilton gets a lift from Emilio Estefan at his Madonna-themed 36th birthday party in NYC on Saturday night. A majority of guests came dressed in various incarnations of Madonna, including two in baseball uniforms as a tribute to "A League of Their Own." (Photo by Noam Galai/WireImage)
Pals like Jeff Probst, "Game of Thrones'" Lena Heady, and Rob Corddy (with daughter) joined Dominic Monaghan at the L.A. Zoo premiere for season two of his BBC America show "Wild Things" on Saturday.
Meanwhile on the Disney Lot, "The Pirate Fairy" had its world premiere: Tinker Bell, the film's director Peggy Holmes, Carlos Ponce, Mae Whitman, Christina Hendricks, producer Jenni Magee Cook, and DisneyToon Studios SVP Meredith Roberts.
Host Cheryl Hines (w/ Robert F. Kennedy Jr.) arrives at Jeanne and Tony Pritzker's house in Beverly Hills, an event for UCLA's Institute of the Environment and Sustainability. Linkin Park's Chester Bennington and Mike Shinoda played and picked up honors on Friday night.
Inside, Johnny McDaid and Courteney Cox.
Honoree Lawrence Bender with Alexandria Jackson, and Anjelica Huston inside the Pritzker spread. The Pritzkers gave $20 million to UCLA's environmental research.