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By Paige Brettingen
Whether you're looking for new road-trip tunes, fresh decor ideas for entertaining outdoors or a makeup line that will reinvent your look, these June events aim to please any summer agenda. Read on for this month's most anticipated happenings.
Kanye West x Adidas2 of 14
On the heels of his nuptials, Kanye West has another union underway this month: his collaboration with Adidas. Adding to the hype of the rapper's latest line of footwear, the Adidas ads for the upcoming World Cup also offer a teaser of West's latest single "God Level."
CMT Music Awards3 of 14
Take off your cowboy boots, prop your feet up and tune in as Kristen Bell hosts this year's Country Music Television Music Awards. Enjoy live performances by Blake Shelton, Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryan and Miranda Lambert (who leads the way in nominations this year) and find out who takes home 2014's Artist of the Year award. It all starts at 8/7c.
Lorde & MAC4 of 14
Lorde is giving her fans a little gift: the chance to rock plum-hued lips like the pop star herself. The Grammy-winning artist launches her two-piece collection today for MAC—Pure Heroine Lipstick ($16) and Penultimate Eye Liner in Rapidblack ($19)—as inspired by the singer's signature look. Snag the duo while it lasts at Mac.com.
"Orange Is the New Black"5 of 14
The women of Litchfield Penitentiary return (and with them, more of their one-liner gems) for your next 13-episode Netflix binge. Word among the critics is that season 2 of Orange Is the New Black is even better than the first, so get some sleep in anticipation of the marathon.
"The Fault in Our Stars"6 of 14
Sixteen-year-old Hazel Lancaster meets Augustus Wilson at a cancer support group for teens—the last place she would have expected to find her first love. And as their story takes shape, the terminal outlook she once had on life starts to change. While The Fault in Our Stars, starring up-and-comer Shailene Woodley, promises not to disappoint, we must insist that you read John Green's best-selling novel at your earliest convenience.
The Tony Awards7 of 14
Broadway comes to the comfort of your home tonight as The Tony Awards celebrates its 68th year, hosted by Hugh Jackman at Radio City Music Hall. The musical casts performing have been kept hush-hush, so you'll have to tune in at 8/7c on CBS to see what showstoppers are in store.
"Hard Choices"8 of 14
In her latest memoir, Hard Choices, Hillary Clinton reflects on her time as Secretary of State—a post she held for four years following her run for the 2008 Democratic presidential primary. Besides recounting the challenges of those four years—the mounting tension in North Korea and Iran and the economic instability in the U.S., for starters—Clinton offers insight drawn from her conversations with world diplomats on how Americans can best utilize "smart power" in a changing world.
"Ultraviolence"9 of 14
Lana Del Rey returns this summer with her sophomore album: Ultraviolence. Similar to her first album Born to Die—which drew inspiration from the works of Walt Whitman, F. Scott Fitzgerald and John Milton—Del Rey's literary references may inspire you to brush up on your reading. Though little is known about the album lyrics, the album's title is a reference to Anthony Burgess's A Clockwork Orange.
"A.K.A."10 of 14
Following her world tour in 2013, Jennifer Lopez says she went straight to the studio to keep the creativity flowing and her eighth album, A.K.A., is the result. It includes collaborations with the likes of Rick Ross, Nas, Iggy Azalea and French Montana.
Poppytalk for Target11 of 14
With some assistance from Target, all of your summer soirees will be nothing short of Pinterest-worthy. The store's second (of three) Pinterest collaborations debuts today, featuring designs by Jan Halvarson of the blog Poppytalk. Her beautiful floral prints-on everything from marshmallow roasting sticks to paper napkins-promise to add elegance to any al fresco event.
"Yves Saint Laurent"12 of 14
How does a 21-year-old become one of the most influential forces in the fashion industry? See for yourself in the film Yves Saint Laurent—in select theaters today—which chronicles the French designer's rise to international fame in 1957, his romance with business partner Peter Bergé and his creation of the world's first-ever ready-to-wear collection in defiance of all his critics.
BET Awards13 of 14
Chris Rock adds BET Awards host to his résumé tonight, and he's already promised he plans to spare no one's feelings. Among those leading the way in nominations? Jay Z, Beyoncé and Drake with five nods each while Pharrell Williams and August Alsina come in at four. See who ties down the most wins at 8 p.m. EST.
"112 Weddings"14 of 14
As a wedding videographer and documentary filmmaker, Doug Block became curious whether the marriages he filmed over the past two decades withstood the couples' expectations of happily ever after. In his latest documentary, 112 Weddings, Block revisits the couples to see how their marriages have evolved and the wisdom they learned long after the honeymoon was over. Catch it on HBO at 9/8c.