In a Passover Seder that would do Cyrus Rose proud, Mandy Moore, Ryan Adams, and Minka Kelly shared the festive holiday with pal, Raina Penchansky, on Friday.
"Happy Passover and Happy Good Friday... Excited to have Seder with @rp1313 and co this evening!!" tweeted Mandy.
While the event marked Mandy's first (known) Seder, it is not the first time she has been spotting recently with pal, Minka Kelly. Attending Brad Goreski's West Hollywood party together on March 14th, Mandy celebrated her birthday with the radiant fellow actress this past Tuesday.
Held in the Terrace Room at the Sunset Tower, the bash was hosted by design icon Kate Spade and her brand president, Deborah Lloyd.
As always, Mandy dressed to impress in a Lela Rose white-circle, lace cream dress that she paired with a neon-orange oversized clutch by Kate Spade, black pumps and gorgeous white earrings. Sporting a half-up, half-down hair style, she finished with pink blusher and lip shade.
The dress, incidentally, is from Lela Rose's Spring 2012 collection that Mandy recently viewed at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week.
Mandy Moore was looking all sorts of adorable Tuesday, as she spent her 28th birthday at The Moonlight Rollerway in Glendale!
"They had a small table that was decked out in birthday balloons and flashing lights," an eyewitness told US Weekly. "She was a good skater! Mandy was laughing with her friends as they went around the rink, trying to dance to the music."
What's Mandy's newest sitcom all about? It's a "comedy [that] explores the inherent conflict that exists between the families we grow up in and the one we make as adults. It will be told through the perspective of Annie (Mandy Moore) and Ben, a young newlywed couple who get the opportunity of a lifetime to run a hip, new restaurant in Annie's hometown, bring her closer to her needy and high-maintainence family."
According to the The Futon Critic, the series is tentitively entitled "The Family Trap" and will be produced by 20th Century Fox Television.
Stepping out in a beautiful yellow dress and orange flats, Mandy looked radiant Monday (March 26th) as she began work on the show in Los Angeles.
Sounds like fun, Mandy! We're looking forward to it!
Crafted in the form of a short featurette, "Tangled Ever After" will feature the much-anticipated wedding of the bruentte Rapunzel to the swashbuckling Flynn Rider. Accompanying the re-release of "Beauty and the Beast" in 3-D, it will play in theatres prior to the main attraction.
In a teaser released by Disney Studios, Rapunzel and Flynn's wedding plans go awry as Maximus, the ring-bearer and royal steed, realizes that he has lost the wedding rings.
In discussing Ryan Adams' collaboration with 21 year old singer/songwriter, Laura Marling, we couldn't help but spotlight one of Marling's best-known songs.
Entitled "New Romantic," it's a song that namedrops 'Ryan Adams' in its lyrics, but also starts with a catchy, upbeat tempo that mellows into a beautiful love song. The slower the song, the more Laura Marling sounds like Joan Baez, and that's always a good thing.
In an interview for Live from Abbey Road, Ryan explains. "I actually threw out the record I was writing, and rewrote my record based on [Marling's] album because I thought to myself, 'Somebody's actually taking this very seriously. I should probably take this seriously!'"
Like much of the heartfelt album, "Come Home" is a geniune reflection on love as only Ryan Adams can tell it. Sacrifice, loyalty, and love, echo throughout the heartfelt lyrics which read in part: "You built this home//This house is strong//You raised it with your love//A shelter from the winds//From the cold and dark."
"Come Home" incidentally, is Ryan's second track to be released this year with backup vocals by Mandy Moore. In June 2011, Ryan released the standalone single, "Empty Room."