We teased the sexiest summer movie hunks, but don't think we've forgotten about the ladies!
Click through to check out this summer's hottest heroines, sassiest spitfires, and most bitchin' babes in music, film, TV, theater, and more.
The North American leg of B's The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour begins June 28 in L.A.
On hiatus from playing maniacal cheerleading coach Sue Sylvester on Glee, Jane Lynch makes her Broadway debut in Annie as boozy orphanage tyrant Miss Hannigan from May 16 to July 14 at the Palace Theatre. Little gurls, buy your tickets now.
Just nominated for a Tony, this Broadway diva is simply supreme in Motown: The Musical as Miss Diana Ross, one of the most legendary divas of all time. See Miss LeKae all summer long at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.
Beam us to the movies May 17 for the premiere of Star Trek Into Darkness, in which Zoe Saldana returns as Uhura, tough but beautiful love interest of Zachary Quinto's Spock.
The D-lister dishes on Jodi Arias, Justin Timberlake, Babs, and the Biebs in her latest comedy special, Kathy Griffin: Calm Down Gurrl, which airs June 4 on Bravo.
Is Mistresses just another Sex and the City rip-off about four fashionable female friends? Maybe, but it stars Alyssa freakin' Milano. Check it out June 3 on ABC.
Ashanti's fifth album BraveHeart, her first in five years, drops June 4. And yes, it really was inspired by the 1995 Mel Gibson movie.
Michelle Rodriguez is back for more insane car chases in Fast & Furious 6, which opens May 24 — even though her badass character, Letty, supposedly died two movies ago.
A new Marc Cherry series about ambitious maids working for the rich and famous in Beverly Hills? It won't be so hard to find good help when Devious Maids premieres June 23 on Lifetime.
Eva Green stars as Artemisia, the sole female commander in King Xerxes' navy, in the 300 sequel 300: Rise of an Empire, which opens Aug. 2 in theaters. "She's kind of a Lady Macbeth / Cleopatra character,'' Green tells EW. ''She's obsessed by vengeance and wants to go to war with the Greeks.''
Friends and The Comeback funny lady Lisa Kudrow stars in Web Therapy as Fiona Wallice, an Internet therapist who's as cold as she is clueless. The show, which returns July 22 for a third season on Showtime, was created by Kudrow and gay duo Don Roos and Dan Bucatinsky.
Premiering July 28 on E!, the new reality series Total Divas gets into and out of the ring with WWE wrestlers like Brie, Cameron, Eva Marie, Jo-Jo Offerman, Naomi, Natalya, and Nikki.
Closed since Oct. 2011, the Statue of Liberty reopens July 4 after a $30 million makeover. Work that flaming torch, you sexy symbol of American freedom.
Star of the upcoming Carrie remake, Chloe Grace Moretz reprises her role as foul-mouthed crime-fighter Hit-Girl in Kick-Ass 2, which opens in theaters Aug. 16.
In Man of Steel, which swoops into theaters June 14, German actress Antje Traue plays kill-happy Kryptonian warrior Faora.
The cult favorite comedy Arrested Development comes back May 26 for a fourth season on Netflix with the fabulous Jessica Walter returning as boozy, manipulative, endlessly quotable matriarch Lucille Bluth.
Getting back to her R&B roots, Destiny's Child diva Kelly Rowland's fourth solo album Talk a Good Game — featuring oral sex anthem "Kisses Down Low" — drops June 17.
She might be a woman of a certain age, but you wouldn't want to mess with Helen Mirren's retired assassin Victoria in RED 2, the action comedy sequel out July 19.
Ooh, look who went dark! The Dixie Chicks lead vocalist's debut solo album, Mother, is available May 7.
Cher pays tribute to her incredible mother, glamorous country singer Georgia Holt, in the documentary Dear Mom, Love Cher, which premieres May 6 on Lifetime. By the way, did you see them duet on Ellen?
Before she returns as an outspoken mentor on X Factor, the Disney Channel alum releases her fourth studio album, Demi, May 14. Our hearts belong to new single "Heart Attack."
Is So You Think You Can Dance's Cat Deeley the greatest reality show host ever? Possibly. The best dressed? Absolutely. Gag over her British eleganza when the Fox competition returns May 14 for its 10th season.
The Divine Miss M holds court through June 30 as late Hollywood "superagent" Sue Mengers in the wickedly witty solo show I'll Eat You Last at Broadway's Booth Theatre.