I just added a bunch of candids of Jesse and Cara out shopping today at Decades in West Hollywood.
I’ve added a bunch of pictures from Instagram to the photo gallery! I’ve also added candids of Jesse and Cara leaving the Imagine Dragons concert from last night, and a few candids of Jesse riding his Harley in Los Angeles last week.
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Jesse and Cara attended the premiere of Spring Breakers this past week! Other celebrities in attendance include stars of the movie Selena Gomez, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Benson, and James Franco, along with Ashley Tisdale, Marilyn Manson, Bella Thorne, and stars from the TV show Pretty Little Liars! Sounds like a great night! I’ve added photos to the photo gallery, and there are a few videos after the jump (just click Read More below). Enjoy!
Also, as a side note, we have just passed 7,000 photos, and there are still many more to add!
The Dallas actor shares details about the “emotional day” spent filming Monday night’s farewell to J.R.
Yahoo! Finance – TORRANCE, Calif., March 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — The red carpet and race cars are ready as Toyota announced today the participants from film, television, music, sports and the military who will compete for checkered flag glory in the 2013 Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race. The 37th annual charity race will take place April 20 on the 1.97-mile street course in downtown Long Beach, Calif., as part of the 39th Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach.
The field of racers will navigate the new 210-horsepower Scion FR-S race vehicles through high speed turns to benefit “Racing for Kids,” a national fundraising program supporting children’s hospitals throughout the United States. This year’s field of popular celebrity racers includes:
Jesse Metcalfe (@JesseMetcalfe): Actor best known for his role as a teen gardener on “Desperate Housewives” and who currently stars in the TNT continuation of “Dallas,” based on the 1978 series of the same name. Film credits include “John Tucker Must Die” and “Beyond a Reasonable Doubt.”