'Bye 2020, It's Been Weird': How the Stars are Celebrating New Year's Eve

Andy Cohen

Baby Ben and his daddy snuggled in pajamas before Cohen hosted Live from Times Square New Year’s Eve with Andy Cohen and Anderson Cooper.

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Katherine Schwarzenegger

The new mama was beaming as she enjoyed one last beach walk with her hubby Chris Pratt and her little one, new baby girl Lyla.

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Taylor Swift

The singer sent out a short but relatable statement on Twitter, along with a photo of herself wearing a bear costume, writing, “bye 2020, it’s been weird.”

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Lalisa Manoban

BLACKPINK’s Lisa, who is on Korea time, was basking in the new year before man of us, while missing her BLINKS.

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Irene Kim

Model Irene, also already enjoying the new year, sent “smiles & lots of love for 2021!”

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Tom Felton

The actor captioned a clip of his end-of-year jam session, “Farewell 2020 x.”

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Luann de Lesseps

The Real Housewives of New York star blessed us with a clip from her “Feelin’ Jovani” video — a perfect song to play as you say hello to 2021 once the clock strikes midnight.

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Céline Dion

The icon shared sweet moments of solitude and inspiration throughout her 2020 to reflect on her year.

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Scott Disick

“Let’s 🙏for a better year,” the dad of three wrote on Instagram.

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Sarah Michelle Gellar

This has been a hard year for many, including Gellar. The actress shared a lengthy note to her followers about her hopes for 2021 and thanked those who are being safe and making sacrifices throughout the pandemic.

“Peace out 2020 (I won’t miss you),” she concluded.

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Fredrik Eklund

The Bravo star and his family enjoyed island views as they left 2020 behind.

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Prince Harry & Meghan Markle

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex ended the year on a personal note with a poignant letter on their newly relaunched website for their charitable foundation, Archewell.

The couple shared two childhood photos on the site’s homepage — one of a young Prince Harry sitting on the shoulders of his late mother, Princess Diana, and the other of a young Meghan wrapped in the arms of her mother, Doria Ragland.

“We invite you to join us as we work to build a better world, one act of compassion at a time,” they concluded their letter along with their signatures — “Harry & Meghan.”

They also announced new partnerships between their foundation and several tech and research-focused groups, including the Center for Humane Technology, the UCLA Center for Critical Internet Inquiry and Stanford University’s Dr. James Doty, whose work focuses on the science of compassion.

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Jada Pinkett Smith

Looking stunning in her blue bikini on the beach, the Red Table Talk host said she is entering 2021 “with open arms.”

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Victoria Beckham

Despite it being “a very different year,” Beckham wrote she was “still so grateful for all the memories” she was able to make in 2020.

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Sofía Vergara

The star was patiently waiting for the new year while lounging in a tie-dye dress.

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Cynthia Bailey

“Happy new year’s eve!” the Real Housewives of Atlanta star captioned her beautiful makeup-free selfie.

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Gizelle Bryant

The Real Housewives of Potomac star was ready to do it big with her new year’s crown on.

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The mogul and mama Combs danced into 2021 like …

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Vanessa Hudgens

The actress was celebrating throughout the week — and we’re cheers-ing to that!

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Reese Witherspoon

The star shared her lessons learned and moments of gratitude on Instagram.

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Marlon Wayans

In a personal note, the actor opened up about his difficult year and how he’s taking his newly found strength into 2021.

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Wendy Osefo

“Last political segment of 2020,” the Real Housewives of Potomac star captioned a clip of her latest news segment. “From covering the presidential election; the global pandemic; #blacklivesmatter movement; and everything in-between. What a year it has been 😔🙏🏾.”

“Praying for better days in 2021,” she added.

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