More than 4,200 of you took your shot at our 2007 Primetime Emmy Awards ballot, and now I'm pleased to announce that we have a winner! Congratulations to just_kelly, whose prowess at picking the winners has won her a year of free cable! Thanks to everyone who entered. How about a round of applause for our winner?
I know the Emmy Awards were, like, so last week-- but I came across this recap of all the nomination clips for the category of "Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Program." It's a rare treat to see our favorite funny guys side-by-side, so I thought we'd put these nomination clips to a vote. Who amused you most?
On Sunday night, Grey's Anatomy star Katherine Heigl—that's high-gull, not high-gel —won her first Emmy. Not only did she look uber-glamorous in her long gown and red lips but her hair (styled by the talented Campbell McAuley who used Frederic Fekkai’s new Coiff products) was timeless and perfect. Speaking of timeless and perfect, did you get a look at her complexion? Wow.
Lucky for me, I made some fab new friends on my Parisian trip to Chanel and now I've got the inside info on the products used to create Katherine's red carpet look.
For a complete list of cosmetics and step by step instructions on how Chanel Beauté makeup artist Monika Blunder made Katherine up for the 2007 Emmy Awards, read more
The Emmys are over but there are still so many party pictures we just had to combine the rest and share them. The combination of parties included HBO, Comedy Central, FOX and DirecTVs post-Emmys celebration. HBO brought out our favorite celebs like Showtime's Mary-Louise Parker. Hmm, wrong network but she certainly is full of surprises including her newly adopted baby girl from Africa! Is anyone else as shocked as we are to hear this news? Congrats to her growing family. Jon Stewart stayed out to celebrate one of the funniest segments of the show last night when he decided to give the Emmy to Steve Carell.
As for the rest of the HBO gang, congrats Sopranos, Emmanuelle, Ginnifer and Entourage's pregnant Constance Zimmer - you all look fab! As for the Flight of the Conchord guys, well seeing them just makes me want to master lasagna for one. Also, clearly red dresses were just as popular at the after parties as they were on the red carpet. Who do you think is winning the battle of the red dress?
Lots more pics from the parties including Paris Hilton, the casts of Entourage and Sopranos, Stephen Colbert, Heidi Klum and way more so just read more
I'm not so sure that I completely understand this hairstyle, but since both Kate Walsh and Heidi Klum usually look stunning, I am going to let it pass and even praise them for taking a beauty risk. Paired with their bold red lips and glamorous dresses, they stand out on the red carpet somehow seem to get away with this strange side updo. How do you feel about this hairstyle, and who do you think wore it better?
After the Emmys and before all the other big after parties, some of TV's finest celebrated the event at the Shrine Auditorium Governor's Ball. Naturally all the Heroes were in the house - I'm beginning to think that maybe they all really do have super powers, ones that allow them to be at multiple parties at once. Tina and America, two of my personal favorite winners, spent some QT with their new statues and looked gorgeous in their dresses. In case you missed any of today's Emmy excitement check it out here, and here, and here, and here. Yays.
To see a ton more pictures of the party including B.J. Novak, Kristen Bell, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Ryan Seacrest, Sally Field and lots of others just read more
- Sunday's Emmy awards drew the second-smallest audience ever, Variety reports. It drew just 13.1 million viewers, and only the 1990 telecast did worse.
- The Hollywood Reporter rounds up who was censored during the Emmy broadcast: Sally Field, Katherine Heigl and Ray Romano.
- HBO has picked up a TV series pitch from the Will Ferrell-Adam McKay production company Sanchez Productions, ComingSoon reports.
- "Office" producer Greg Daniels wants to take his writing staff on a field trip to Scranton for October's "Office" convention, the Scranton Times-Tribune reports.
- Variety has news that A Thousand Splendid Suns, Khaled Hosseini's follow-up novel to The Kite Runner, has already been snatched up for film adaptation.
- Billboard names Reba McEntire its Woman of the Year.
- Thursday's premiere of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" got the show's best ratings ever, Zap2it reports.
- MTV Films will make a feature-length movie version of the YouTube creation Million Dollar Strong, writes Variety.
- "Psych" has been renewed for a third season, TV Guide reports.
In everyday life, people don't really get to show of their backs. But come red carpet time, you know the pose, the one with the gaze across the shoulder and the come hither look. I wonder if these girls practiced in front of the mirror to provide optimal back exposure photo ops. I bet they did. And it shows! I indeed have back envy, but who had the best of the backs at the Emmys?
Now that we've talked about the red lipstick and the unique side updo that Heidi Klum wore to the 2007 Primetime Emmy Awards last night, let's take a closer look at the rest of the package from a beauty standpoint.
Believe it or not, this supermodel, TV star, jewelry designer, wife and mother of three has also just finished designing her own line of makeup for Victoria's Secret. The collection is called Heidi Klum Very Sexy Makeup Collection and will be available in mid-October—but more on that later!
Heidi didn't do her own makeup for the red carpet, though. Victoria’s Secret makeup artist Linda Hay was responsible for creating her flawless face, and she even used one of Heidi's new Very Sexy makeup product creations.
To find out the list of products that were used and how they were applied, read more