Emmys Red Carpet: Lady Gaga, Emma Roberts & More Stun

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‘Game of Thrones’ stars are frustratingly vague on Jon Snow and Sansa’s fates.

The Primetime Emmys, aka “TV Prom,” is an evening dedicated to celebrating the hard-earned achievements of television’s greatest artists and collaborators, but it wouldn’t the same without its WTF moments. The big elephant in the room, thanks to a heartbreaking cliffhanger at the end of Season 5, is the fate of Jon Snow, our favorite sullen bastard Commander of the Night’s Watch. Featuring daily headlines and breaking news from all Women’s Wear Daily publications, WWD.com provides the most comprehensive coverage anywhere of fashion, beauty and retail news and is the leading destination for all fashion week updates and show reviews from New York, Paris, Milan and London. © 2015 Fairchild Publishing, LLC, a subsidiary of Penske Business Media, LLC.

The face of Vivienne Westwood’s recent “Unisex” collection and the baddest babe in the seven kingdoms, went full girly in a Grecian-inspired design by Giles Deacon. And let’s not forget poor Sansa Stark, who was unfairly put through the ringer this season only to be possibly worse for wear after her “escape” from Ramsay Bolton and Winterfell. Sitcom stars, comediennes, writers, producers, and the people that stock the craft services table were all waiting for the Emmys to arrive — hell, I’ve been waiting months for the Emmys — and during that time, shenanigans ensued. Maisie Williams, who last year joked about burning her grubby, boyish costume on Game of Thrones, also went very feminine and very pink with this retro bubble-gum pink dress, fluffy heels, and lucky penguin purse.

To balance out the old-school glamour of Headey and girlish pink of Christie and Williams was Sophie Turner in a very modern black pants and an electric-blue corset ensemble. We can’t answer that.” “Once people die they don’t stop exiting physically,” said John Bradley, who plays Samwell Tarly. “You may see funerals; you may see the immediate aftermath of death.” Sophie Turner’s Sansa — last seen jumping off a high castle wall — says “I can’t tell you” what happens to the character, “but it would be nice if something cushions her fall. The show is up for Best Drama, Dinklage is up for Best Supporting Drama actor, and Emilia Clarke and Lena Headey are going head to head for Best Supporting Drama actress. Sue me, I love chaos: the countless hours that have gone into finding the perfect dress only for it rip in the press line, or when a nominee’s nerves turns into one too many mini-bar cocktails in the limo.

She may not have broken legs.” John Bradley, Alfie Allen and Conleth Hill attend the 67th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards at Microsoft Theater on September 20, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images) Henson, Ryan Seacrest stated, “This is the first time I’ve seen chains, shoulder chains, I mean on the carpet,” and then gave the camera a devilish grin. Nothing represented the unbearable heat on the red carpet better than Amy Schumer violating Ryan Seacrest personal space by wiping the sweat from his brow.

After saying he didn’t want to be “The Spoiler in Chief” for Season 4 of House of Cards, Kevin Spacey was willing to dish on his co-star Cashew, the guinea pig. While interviewing Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series nominee Mayim Bialik, Giuliana Rancic asked about the Comedy Actress category being so large and what positive things it meant for women in comedy. When asked what fans will be tweeting during the premiere of her new show Blindspot, Jaimie Alexander replied, “WTF, you know what the kids say these days.

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