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Fashionable Ladies at Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood Style (Part One)

Sharna Burgess, Chelsie Hightower, Peta Murgatroyd, Rocsi Diaz, Hannah Simone, Ellie Kemper

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Sharna Burgess, Chelsie Hightower, Peta Murgatroyd, Rocsi Diaz, Hannah Simone, Ellie Kemper

The Us Weekly Annual Hot Hollywood Style Issue event was held at The Emerson Theatre in L.A. A night after OK! Magazine had their “SO SEXY” party, many of the same fashionable ladies came out wearing their best in support of the honorees. Honorees included Chrissy Teigen, Mindy Kaling, Kristen Bell, Ellie Kemper, and Hannah Simone. Check out the Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood full list of honorees.

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L.A.: Fashionable Ladies Who Attended VH1 Divas 2012

Miley Cyrus, Jenna Dewan, Stacy Keibler, Keri Hilson, Elisha Cuthbert

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Pictured: Miley Cyrus, Jenna Dewan, Stacy Keibler, Keri Hilson, Elisha Cuthbert

VH1 Divas 2012 was held at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. Hosted by Adam Lambert, the event honored Whitney Houston and Donna Summer with performances by Kelly Clarkson, Ciara, Miley Cyrus, Kelly Rowland, Jordin Sparks, Natasha Bedingfield, Ledisi, Keri Hilson, Melanie Fiona and Demi Lovato. Pitbull wrapped up the show with a performance of “Don’t Stop the Party”. For more info, visit the 2012 VH1 Divas website.

Kat Graham, Ciara, Charlotte Ross, Demi Lovato, Ellie Kemper

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Pictured: Kat Graham, Ciara, Charlotte Ross, Demi Lovato, Ellie Kemper

And, the red carpet winners were…
Miley Cyrus & Stacy Keibler

Pictured: Miley Cyrus & Stacy Keibler

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Ladies Who Attended The Hollywood Reporter “Women In Entertainment Breakfast”

Elizabeth Banks, Jennifer Carpenter, Ashley Madekwe, Jenna Dewan

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Pictured: Elizabeth Banks, Jennifer Carpenter, Ashley Madekwe, Jenna Dewan

The Hollywood Reporter “Women In Entertainment Breakfast” was held at The Beverly Hills Hotel. The event honored the those deemed the 100 Most Powerful Women in the industry. Diane Keaton received the Sherry Lansing Leadership Award while Disney Media Networks co-chair and Disney/ABC TV president Anne Sweeney, ranked No. 1 for the third straight year; A+E chief Abbe Raven; NBCUniversal Cable chair Bonnie Hammer; and Sony Pictures Entertainment co-chair Amy Pascal were also honored. Mindy Kaling and Elizabeth Banks and THR’s editorial director, Janice Min, and publisher, Lynne Segall, were among the speakers.

Georgia King, Cat Deeley, Ellie Kemper, Bella Heathcote

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Pictured: Georgia King, Cat Deeley, Ellie Kemper, Bella Heathcote

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Blue Carpet Ladies @ VH1′s 2012 Do Something Awards

VH1's 2012 Do Something Awards Red Carpet LadiesPhoto Credit: WENN; Pictured: Gillian Zinser, Bella Throne, Hope Solo, Kristen Bell & Olivia Munn

What’s our secret tagline again? Oh yeah, “You Saw It Here Last!”

These are all but useless now that this award show happened on Sunday (3 years ago in Internet Time), but hey, it’ll be a good reference point for the archives years down the road. We’ve included all the notable attendees in the gallery—even some who’ll make you go, “WTF?! Why would anybody pay for these photos?!.” Don’t forget to hit the gallery & leave your thoughts!

Anyway, the 2012 Do Something Awards will air on VH1 Tuesday, August 21, so make sure you bastards tune in. In the meantime, here’s more juice about the award show for those of you guys who don’t know anything:

Formerly called the BR!CK Awards, the awards culminated in 1996 to recognize young people under the age of 25 who have done outstanding work in their communities and the world. The Do Something Awards include both young people involved in activism and individuals from the entertainment industry who have dedicated their time to activism and charity. The top 5 Do Something Awards receive a $10,000 community grant, while the grand prize winner receives a $100,000 grant to push its community projects forward. The Awards were broadcast for the first time in 2007. In 2011, the Do Something Awards was hosted by Jane Lynch at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, California, and was broadcast on Vh1.[11] The list of performers include Demi Lovato, Foster the People, OneRepublic featuring B.o.B. and many other celebrities such as Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Adam Lambert, Kristen Bell, Nick Cannon, David Beckham and Kim Kardashian. Wiki

VH1's 2012 Do Something Awards Red Carpet LadiesPhoto Credit: WENN; Pictured: Jena Sims, Layla Kayleigh, Anna Trebunskaya, Laura Goven & Nicole Murphy
VH1's 2012 Do Something Awards Red Carpet LadiesPhoto Credit: WENN; Pictured: Sophia Bush, Aubrey Plaza, Elle Kemper, Margaret Judson, & LisaRaye McCoy

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Beverly Hills: Valentino Flagship Store Launch Party on Rodeo Drive

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Pictured: Abigal Spencer, Alice Eve, Ashley Madekwe, Ciara, Dawn Olivieri

Valentino has been in business for 50 years and to celebrate they launched a new flagship store on Rodeo Dr. in Beverly Hills last night with a huge party attended by a lot of ladies. A lot of the attendees apparently were sporting the Valentino clutch; ladies will know what I’m talking about. Also, the event gave a preview of the 50th anniversary Valentino capsule collection, which features 50 ready-to-wear pieces inspired by Valentino Garavani’s animal prints from the sixties. Anyways, why try to write anything else because we really don’t have much to say and by the looks of it you all will have a lot of clicking to go through… [Source]

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Pictured: Ellie Kemper, Isabelle Fuhrman, Jessica Szohr, Jessica Stroup, Kim Kardashian

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Pictured: Mary Elizabeth Weinstead, Minka Kelly, Nicky Hilton, Rose McGowan, Teresa Palmer

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L.A.: Ladies Who Attended The “21 Jump Street” Premiere

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Pictured: Cobie Smulders, Brie Larson, Jenna Dewan, Perrey Reeves, Ellie Kemper

21 Jump Street stars Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum, both of which we deliberately left out in this post; however, Channing’s wife Jenna is represented. As you probably already know, the film is based off the original TV series by the same name which starred the likes of Johnny Depp, Holly Robinson, Dustin Nguyen, and Richard Grieco. In this reboot, the storyline is to go undercover to investigate a drug ring throughout the high school. Look for it in theaters on March 16th. For more info, visit the 21 Jump Street official website.

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The Cast of “Bridesmaids” @ 84th Annual Academy Awards (Oscars)

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Pictured: Ellie Kemper, Kristen Wiig, Rose Byrne, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Maya Rudolph, Melissa McCarthy

Bridesmaids received two nominations at the 84th Annual Academy Awards; Melissa McCarthy for Best Actress in a Supporting Role and Annie Mumolo and Kristen Wiig for Best Writing (Original Screenplay). Neither of them took home the Oscar, Melissa losing out to Octavia Spencer while Woody Allen took home the Best Writing Oscar for Midnight in Paris. Oh well, the ladies might not have had an Oscar to celebrate after one of the funnist movies from last year but we’ll always have this scene…”It’s coming out of me like lava!”

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2012 Critics’ Choice Movie Awards: Red Carpet Fashion Winners & Losers

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As we mentioned earlier the 17th Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards went down in Los Angeles earlier this evening with an extremely glitzy ceremony that included a long list of A-listers including Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Leonardo DiCaprio, Charlize Theron, Emma Stone & many others. There’s plenty more coverage left from the red carpet so make sure you check back for updates.

Aside from the red carpet, the big winners included “The Artist” as Best Film (as expected), George Clooney, once again, scored Best Actor honors for his work in “The Descendants” (still not sure whether he’ll score the Oscar) & Viola Davis won for Best Actress (“Help”). For the complete list of winners, check here.
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