Here's our latest Emmy red carpet PopSugar's Retail Therapy creation, inspired by Jane Lynch's deep purple Ali Rahimi. You'll find this classic dress in your closet and catalog, but you'll want to act quickly; it's only available for one week. There are so many red carpet gowns to choose from, and we've already debuted game dresses inspired by Modern Family nominee Sofia Vergara's yellow gown and Keri Russell's pink vintage number. There are also new hair and makeup styles to complete your look. Be sure to check back often; we're introducing a different Emmys-inspired dress every day this week! Plus, our amazing bag giveaway is still going on, so don't forget to enter!
Celebrities stepped out in gorgeous gowns for the 2010 Primetime Emmy Awards, and blue was definitely the color of choice this year! January Jones, Lea Michele, Jayma Mays, and Julie Bowen, to name a few, all opted for different shades of this hue. January went bold in bright blue, while Glee costars Lea and Jayma wore shades of rich navy.
At an Emmy afterparty, former Bachelorette Ali Fedotowsky and her finacé Roberto Martinez told us that they're definitely not eloping. But the made-for-TV couple revealed that they might skip a televised wedding! Would you be bummed if you couldn't watch Ali and Roberto tie the knot in primetime? I have a feeling ABC would. Watch Ali and Roberto dish on these wedding details and more! You can recognize the pair's chemistry from the show, and they're still acting like a smitten couple now that it's over.
The Emmy Award madness is calming down, but we wanted to bring one more look behind the scenes at some of the red carpet moments you won't see anywhere else! Whether it was spotting old friends catching up, doting husbands helping out with wives' makeup, or a cute chat between costars, we had our eyes peeled for the best easy-to-miss details. Don't miss any of our Emmy coverage, and check out this fun inside peek at the arrivals!
We may be saying goodbye to August (and Summer right along with it), but at least we're ending things on a good note! Jimmy Fallon put on an entertaining show at the Emmys, great music hit the airwaves, and the True Blood stars stripped down. And then there was the I'm Still Here trailer. Um, yeah. Let's relive the month's highs and lows, shall we?
Celebrities stepped out in gorgeous gowns for the 2010 Emmy Awards, and blue was definitely the color of choice this year! January Jones, Lea Michele, Jayma Mays, and Julie Bowen, to name a few, all opted for different shades of the hue. January went bold in bright blue, while Glee costars Lea and Jayma wore shades of rich navy. Whichever you prefer, make sure to follow suit and wear blue to your next black tie soiree!
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This year's crop of Emmy winners included some refreshing new faces as well as some that we're used to gracing the stage. Whether recognizing new or old nominees, the awards themselves seem to reinforce what shows are worth watching for a lot of people.
Since Sunday, I've heard several people say that they're finally going to start getting into Breaking Bad, while a couple of my friends also asked me about freshman series The Good Wife after Archie Panjabi's win. What about you? Are you inspired to watch a series you've been meaning to check out?
Every day this week we will be unveiling an amazing Emmy inspired dress that you can wear in your PopSugar's Retail Therapy game! There are so many red carpet gowns to choose from and yesterday we we're inspired by Modern Family nominee Sofia Vergara's yellow gown. Today, we have Keri Russell's pretty pink vintage Scherrer dress from Decades. You'll find this sexy dress in your closet and catalog, but you'll want to act quickly, it's only available for one week. There are also new hair and makeup styles to complete your look. Be sure to check back often, we're introducing a different Emmys-inspired dress every day this week! Plus, our amazing bag giveaway is still going on so don't forget to enter!
There were so many gorgeous looks at the Emmys, and we have a bumper crop of tutorials with all your favorite stars. So whether you're a little obsessed with Rutina Wesley's lipstick or desperate for Lea Michele's exact eyeliner shade, we've got you covered. To get your Emmys beauty fix, just click on any of the stories below:
I've talked your ear off already about the Emmy awards, from my top 10 moments to press room coverage, but now I want to focus on you guys. Your reactions ran the gamut from elated to disappointed, so check out some of the boldest comments from my Emmy winner polls.
Voices of happiness:
- On the outstanding actor in a comedy winner: "I am thrilled that Jim Parsons has won an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy. Jim portrays an interesting and hilarious character on the best show on television. I can't wait until the next season begins." — Zartonis
- On outstanding supporting actress in a comedy winner Jane Lynch: "She always has the most hilarious lines! I love her on Glee. Her role was originally supposed to only be a guest role. She really does help make the show." — HellooQueen
- On outstanding actor in a drama winner Bryan Cranston: "Absolutely! He really is amazing, and gets more amazing each season. Anyone who doesn't agree, simply is not watching the show. Every time I picture him in his whitey tighties and his lumberjack boots, I laugh. ROOF PIZZA!" — jadenirvana
- On outstanding supporting actor in a comedy winner Eric Stonestreet: "I honestly would have been happy with ANYONE from Modern Family. They are all equally amazing. What a great show. " — SMBR
- On the outstanding supporting actor in a drama winner: "This is the only award I cared about and I'm so glad Aaron Paul won!" — ambarella
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