This weekend, millions of us will be taking part in the Christmas getaway. And proving they're no different to us lot, Hollywood's biggest stars will also be getting away - but their destination might be a little different to ours!
Ross King heads to the glitzy ski resort of Aspen in Colorado to find out more.
I imagine your big hair would have been perfect for the New Romantics era
Fancy seeing Duran Duran? Just head to your local, as the eighties pop stars are joining forces with Bastille to play a series of pub gigs for the War Child charity.
Katy's off to get married to the singer this weekend - so we couldn't send her off without sending the happy couple our love and best wishes - see you on the other side Mrs Rickitt!
This is live and you're really in the spotlight, I'm really out of my comfort zone
Saturday's star Frankie Bridge admits she still doesn't feel she's mastered the art of Ballroom and Latin dancing - despite reaching this weekend's Strictly Come Dancing finale.
Frankie said: 'I don't think I've really mastered it. Kevin is a fantastic teacher but I absolutely love Ballroom which i'd never done before. It's scary. I'm used to being with four other girls. With this, you're really in the spotlight and you don't want to let anyone down.'
It's the most popular animated film of all time, earning $1.27 billion worldwide, but now the movie's director Jennifer Lee has apologised for the hit song Let It Go.
Jennifer admits a year ago people would say how much they loved the film but now people say they are fed up with the songs!
Jennifer told the Hollywood Reporter: 'I've gone from, 'Thank you,' to, 'Sorry!'
When I started to realise how important the film was to people I thought there is a lot of negative stuff going on in the world, maybe they need these two people
Jim Carrey reveals he was reluctant to make a Dumb and Dumber sequel until he realised how much the original film meant to fans worldwide.
Dumb and Dumber To, a Farrelly Brothers production which also stars Jeff Daniels, comes a whopping 20 years after the first.
Jim said: "I don't really think about doing sequels, I don't like doing the same thing over and over again. I was being badgered constantly by fans."