Instagram Pics Of The Day: Jessica Alba's Last Day On Set, Cara Delevingne Joins Rita Ora On Stage And Emma Roberts Can't Get Out Of Bed

13 June 2013 by

We're not entirely sure of the release date of Jessica Alba's latest flick 'Dear Eleanor' yet, but we've seen plenty of evidence that we want to watch the film, which the actress has been shooting in Colorado over the last two months. Since production began Alba has posted behind the scenes photos on her Instagram account revealing the retro-inspired on set looks worn by herself and co-stars Isabelle Fuhrman and Liana Liberato. In one picture from this week Alba is seen in a floral one-piece swimsuit with a beehive 'do while Fuhrman and Liberato sport swimming caps. The latest image - from Alba's last day on set - shows the trio sitting in a blue vintage car wearing sunglasses and headscarves. According to the official twitter account for 'Dear Eleanor', the film has officially wrapped after just 22 days, so now all we have to do is work on our swinging 60's wardrobes until Alba & co hit the big screen.

Best friends Cara Delevingne and Rita Ora joined forces last night for DKNY’s uber cool Artwork’s launch party. While Ora was schedule to take to the stage solo, her bessie and the night's host, Miss Delevingne, was having none of it. The model remained on stage after introducing her pal and rather mischieviously began to sing, rap and grind along with Rita as the singer belted out hits including ‘Party and B*llshit’ and 'Shine Ya Light.' See the full details here.

And finally, we love it when A-listers demonstrate how normal they are. Emma Roberts shared a photo of herself on Instagram as she curled up under the covers in her bathrobe and towel with the caption, "Having a hard time getting up today." That's us every morning Emma - and we hope you hit the snooze!

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