Women were the cause for celebration at the Variety and Women In Film Pre-Emmy event in Beverley Hills on Friday night. A slew of talented females (and males!) came out for the occasion, including Jennie Garth, Mad Men's Christina Hendricks, Downton Abbey's Michelle Dockery and Modern Family's Ty Burrell. Christina's work on Mad Men has earned her a nomination for a 2012 Emmy Award, in the category of Outstanding Supporting Actress — be sure to check back here to see how she goes!
Even though we're in the midst of New York Fashion Week madness, we're getting excited for next week's 2011 Emmy Awards! The majority of the stars look devastatingly beautiful for major awards shows but other times not so much. Of course myself, Pop and Fab will all be on hand throughout the event to keep you up-to-speed with the red carpet action, but in the meantime, let's take a look at Emmys past to see where some celebs stumbled with their hair and makeup looks.
Excited for the Emmys much? I am. With the broadcast of the 2010 Primetime Emmy Awards rolling around fast, it's flashback time. Most of the time, stars look beaut-iful for major awards shows, but other times, not so much. Of course, Pop, Fab and I will all be on hand live-blogging the event, but in the meantime, let's take a look at Emmys past to see where some stars stumbled with their hair and makeup looks.
The Emmys are coming up fast. Next Monday to be exact. But before the big night, I want you guys to tell me who should win. So let's take a look at the lead actress in a comedy category: There's Glee star Lea Michele, a first-time nominee; Edie Falco, who's new to the comedy category but not Emmy nominations (she won the drama award three times for The Sopranos); and Amy Poehler, who's been up for supporting actress for Saturday Night Live, but this is her first time in the running for Parks and Recreation. Julia Louis-Dreyfus has been nominated the last four years in a row, but this'll be her last chance to win for The New Adventures of Old Christine. The other rivals for the Emmy are Toni Collette (go Aussie!) and Tina Fey, who have each won the Emmy once for their respective series, The United States of Tara and 30 Rock. So who's gonna nab the statue?
We're less than one week away from this year's Emmy telecast, which also means that we're closing in on some of the biggest awards in my Emmy breakdowns. The Best Lead Actress in a Comedy Series features some of my favourite funny faces, so picking the leading lady of laughs will be a toughie. Read about my thoughts on each actress, and remember to vote in all our Emmy polls before the ceremony on August 29.