Your eyes are not playing tricks on you. This is indeed a photo of Sofia Vergara’s cleavage — her butt cleavage that is. Shortly before “Modern Family” won the Emmy for Outstanding Comedy Series, Sofia Vergara’s sequined mermaid gown split down the back, revealing her butt cheeks. And, because she is awesome, she had someone (her fiance?) document the moment and posted the photo to Twitter. Love her so much.
I’ve already reviewed all the fashion moments from last night’s Emmy Awards, but the hair and makeup almost stole the spotlight — in good and bad ways. Click on to see my picks for the best hair and makeup. Connie Britton, we need to talk….
There are always a few dresses at these big awards shows that I just can’t reach a decision about. Do I love it? Or do I hate it? Here are nine such examples from last night’s Emmy Awards. Help me decide how to feel!
The good news is, the vast majority of those walking the red carpet at last night’s Emmy Awards were dressed nicely. Some I loved more than others (Edie Falco! Emily VanCamp!), but most were difficult to find fault with. And then there were these 13 dresses. I’m sorry, but they were just straight up terrible.
Last night’s Emmy Awards were, for the most part, predictable and boring and really, all you need to know is that you should really watch the first season of “Homeland” — which won best drama series — before the second season starts this Sunday. But before you do that, let’s review what everyone wore, starting with our best dressed!
Tonight are the 2012 Emmy Awards and I’ll be live-tweeting the red carpet arrivals on The Frisky’s Twitter. In the meantime, vote on who you want to win the big awards after the jump! Keep reading »
The 2012 Emmy Award Nominations were announced this morning and, personally, I was pretty stoked on the nominations. “Girls” and Lena Dunham were nominated in the comedy series and lead actress categories which made me think two things: A) “Girls” is a comedy series? and B) Suck it, haters! Practically the entire cast of “Breaking Bad” was nominated (though Saul and Hector were overlooked, in my opinion), as were a number of actors from “Downton Abbey.” “Mad Men” represented, as did “Game of Thrones” — Peter Dinklage, I’d guess, is a lock to win his category. After the jump, check out the nominations for all the major TV categories (those in bold are who I’m rooting for, because I know you care), and the rest of the nominees at the link. [Emmys] Keep reading »