Pictured: Diane Kruger, Emmy Rossum, Maria Menounos, Miranda Cosgrove, Kaley Cuoco
Last night the Broadcast Television Journalists Association’s (BTJA) 3rd Annual Critics’ Choice Television Awards was held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. The Big Bang Theory looked to be a big winner of the night taking home the Best Comedy Series along with the Best Supporting Actor and Actress in a Comedy Series awards; won by Simon Helberg and Kaley Cuoco, respectively. Additionally Breaking Bad took home a couple of awards for Best Drama and Bryan Cranston for Best Actor in a Drama Series. Check out a complete list of winners and more information from the BTJA.
Also from the Critics’ Choice Television Awards:
- Carly Chaikin at 3rd Annual Critics’ Choice Television Awards
- Aubrey Plaza at 3rd Annual Critics’ Choice Television Awards
- Maria Menounos Was Best Dressed at Critics’ Choice Television Awards
Pictured: Emmy Rossum, Emma Kenney and William H. Macy; Shanola Hampton; Chelsea Handler and Emmy Rossum
Since it’s one of my favorite shows on TV, I figured it was plug worthy, especially considering ‘Shameless’ star Emmy Rossum was perfectly styled as always in a green and purple floral Oscar de la Renta dress. She was accompanied at a special Emmy Awards related screening & Q/A session by the show’s producer John Wells, as well as fellow cast members William H. Macy, Shanola Hampton & even one of the child stars, Emma Kenney. Apparently there was a spoiler dropped by the producers, but since we know people reading watch the show, we won’t go into specifics…
Emmy Rossum was invited to The 2013 Billboard Music Awards where along with Jason Derulo she presented the Billboard 200 Album of the Year award. That award went to Taylor Swift for her album “Red”, amongst the 8 in total she took home. As we’ve already mentioned enough time, the event took place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas with Tracy Morgan as host and performances by Taylor Swift, Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber, Bruno Mars, and Macklemore and Ryan Lewis featuring Wanz, to name a few. Taylor Swift was the big winner, taking home awards in 8 of 11 nominations. Rihanna also scored big snagging 4 awards. Check out a full list of winners and keep up with the 2013 Billboard Music Awards online at Billboard.com.
From this set we can confirm that Brooklyn Decker wore Peter Pilotto, Emmy Rossum wore Donna Karan, Amber Heard wore Emilio Pucci, Olivia Wilde wore Calvin Klein, Aubrey Plaza wore Eddie Borgo, and Ashley Greene wore Marchesa.
The 2013 Costume Institute Gala was held at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. In celebration to the Met’s exhibition “PUNK: Chaos to Couture”, the event brings out a who’s who in the world of fashion with numbers of celebrities wearing one-of-a-king creations. The gala was co-chaired by co-chaired by Rooney Mara, Lauren Santo Domingo, Riccardo Tisci, and Anna Wintour. For more coverage from last night’s gala, visit The Met Gala at Vogue.com.
The upcoming exhibition will feature punk’s influence on fashion including “original punk garments and recent, directional fashion to illustrate how haute couture and ready-to-wear borrow punk’s visual symbols.” The exhibition runs from May 9th through August 16th. For more information, visit “PUNK: Chaos to Couture” at The Met website.
The celebrities came out as the New Yorkers for Children 10th Anniversary Spring Dinner Dance was held at Mandarin Oriental Hotel in NYC. Presented by Valentino, “New Year’s in April: A Fool’s Fete” benefitted youth in foster care. With décor designed exclusively by David Stark the night featured dinner, dancing, and a silent auction. Check out the list of auction items that include meeting Heidi Klum for Project Runway. For more info, visit the New Yorkers For Children website.
Emmy Rossum served as host yesterday as the Jeffrey Fashion Cares 10th Anniversary Celebration took place at The Intrepid in NYC. Founded by Jeffrey Kalinsky, the charity benefits people living with HIV/AIDS and members of the LGBT community. They’ve raised over $4,000,000 since starting up in 2003. The event featured a silent auction, fashion show, and the presentation of the Jeffrey Fashion Cares Community Leadership Award to Jerry Mitchell by Cyndi Lauper. For more info, visit the Jeffrey Fashion Cares website.
As we do with all celebrities who make their debut in our Internet-exclusive category Celebrities Paying Parking Meters, many congrats to Emmy for the accomplishment. She can officially retire with no regrets. Your certificate is in the mail, Emmy.
The beautiful “Shameless” star, Emmy Rossum, was looking awfully colorful earlier today as she was spotted first picking up coffee & then catwalking her way into an office building in Brentwood. It appears she was heading in for a workout, who chugs coffee before a workout?! I guess when you’re working as hard as Emmy, it’s somewhat excusable.
Along with her long list of acting-related accomplishments, earlier this year Emmy released her second album “Sentimental Journey,” which were old-school songs from the 1920s through 60s that she co-wrote. I already knew she was a singer, but when I heard her sing while she was on her promo tour, I was pleasantly surprised at her level of talent. You can tell she’s very passionate about her singing, especially considering she doesn’t have to do it since she already makes a great living from acting.
Here’s Emmy performing “These Foolish Things” on ‘The View’ back in January:
Pictured: Anna Kendrick, Emmy Rossum, Victoria Justice, Jojo, Nikki Reed
Justin Timberlake’s “The 20/20 Experience” album release party hosted by Target and Clear Channel at took place last night at the El Rey Theatre. This is JT’s third studio album and you’ve probably heard “Suit & Tie” 100s of times already and the second single “Mirrors” is probably going that route too. So apparently there’ll be a “second half” of “The 20/20 Experience” set to be released in November so basically fans will have to buy a second album to truly get that JT 20/20 experience; all a marketing ploy in our opinion. Why not just put out one double album? Anyway, used copies are already available on Amazon if you haven’t already (illegally) downloaded your copy already.