Apologies this post is coming so late in the day, but we were making sure we’re the absolute last “media outlet” to post photos from last night’s 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. We’re going with a portrait-heavy showcase of our favorite attendees on the red carpet. After looking at all these sparkling gowns for the past few weeks, I’m really looking forward to the Grammy Awards on February 12. OW!
With respect to the awards, it seems like the award shows are playing nice with the African-American community this year after a complete snub last year in the nominations & awards department. Three out of top four best acting winners went to well-deserved African-American actors—Denzel Washington for Fences, Mahershala Ali for Moonlight and Viola Davis for Fences. For a complete list of nominees and winners, check here.
Photo Credit: FameFlynet Pictures
Photo Credit: FameFlynet Pictures; Brie Larson, Sophie Turner and Bryce Dallas Howard
Sophia Bush was doing some grocery shopping at Whole Foods in West Hollywood. Besides acting Sophia has been busy with the fragrance company “I Smell Great” where she has been named ambassador and equity partner with her title being cofounder on all official documents. Sophia continues her role on NBC’s “Chicago P.D.”.
Pictured: Miranda Cosgrove, Eva Longoria, Sophia Bush, and Jaimie Alexander
The NBC Upfront Presentation went down in NYC to allow actors & actresses of various shows on the network to mingle with prospective advertisers ahead of the upcoming season.
Eva Longoria, who’s doing her best to find her next big hit following the success of ‘Desperate Housewives,’ is doing a single comedy called ‘Telenovela’ in which she’ll star as a popular telenovela actress. This seems like an interesting idea, but is Eva Longoria the right person for this? Seems like a gig for a comedian.
Miranda Cosgrove: She’s starring in a NBC-comedy titled ‘Crowded,’ which is a series based on an empty nest couple finding out that their adult daughters want to move back home with them. Miranda Cosgrove and Mia Serafino will star as the daughters.
The beautiful Jaimie Alexander will star in the drama series ‘Blindspot,’ which “focuses on a mysterious tattooed woman who has lost her memory and doesn’t know her own identity. The FBI discovers that each tattoo contains a clue to a crime they will have to solve (Wiki).” You can find out more on the show’s official website.
And finally, we have the leggy Sophia Bush, a.k.a. Detective Erin Lindsay on NBC’s various police drama series (‘Chicago Fire‘ and ‘Chicago P.D.‘).
Elisha Cuthbert, Sophia Bush, and Kelly Brook are photographed arriving at Day 2 of NBC Universal’s 2015 Winter TCA Tour held at The Langham Huntington Hotel and Spa. Elisha and Kelly, along with Nick Zano, star in the new series “One Big Happy” in which Ellen DeGeneres is Executive Producer. Elisha plays a lesbian in the show while Kelly plays Nick Zano’s wife. As for Sophia, she continues with her role on “Chicago P.D.”.
Now, here’s somebody we don’t post all that often. It’s probably because she spends most of her time in Chicago filming her new series? Hey, you gotta do what you gotta do in order to make ends meet & I’m sure Sophs is doing way more than just making ends meet!
NBC’s ‘Chicago P.D.‘ actress Sophia Bush was all smiles while out and about in Los Angeles running errands. Following a somewhat failed comeback to television with ‘Partners’ following nine seasons of ‘One Tree Hill’, it appears her new show is gaining traction with viewers. Back in March, NBC renewed the series ‘Chicago P.D.’ for a second season, which will premiere on September 24, 2014. For those of you who haven’t seen it, as per its Wiki, “The show focuses on a uniformed police patrol and the Intelligence Unit that pursues the perpetrators of the city’s major street offenses.”
The 2014 The Pathway To The Cure For Breast Cancer event was held at Santa Monica Airport. The event was a fundraiser benefiting Susan G. Komen presented by Pathway Genomics, Relativity Media and evian Natural Spring Water. The event even included a performance by Kesha, who sang a four-song setlist that included; ‘Timber’, ‘Your Love Is My Drug’, ‘Tik Tok’ and ‘We R Who We R’.
Sophia Bush grabbed our attention amongst the many hotties that walked the red carpet at the Maxim Hot 100 party wearing this sheer see-through outfit which we’re assuming is a trend that’s starting to pick up. For the 2014 list, Sophia comes in at #30 as she continues to heat things up on Chicago P.D.. As a reminder, Candice Swanepoel tops the list but check out all of the Maxim Hot 100.
Sophia Bush looked great in her tight workout pants as she put some money into a parking meter. She did so not wanting to get a ticket as she stopped off at Starbucks to grab a drink while out and about. Sophia currently stars as Detective Erin Lindsay in the NBC drama series Chicago P.D., the same character she played in an episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Chicago Fire. You’ll be able to see more of Sophia inthe role as NBC has picked up the show for a second season.
As they’ve done since 1996, DoSomething.org shined a spotlight on noble young people under the age of 25 who have done outstanding work in their communities and the world. The organization joined with VH1 in 2007 to begin airing a more star-studded award show. As with previous years, celebs got dolled-up & hit the red carpet (in this case, light green carpet) to show their support, with Sophia Bush, Roselyn Sanchez & Jennifer Hudson as notable standouts.
Here’s more from the non-profit’s Wiki: “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.”
We should mention that this year’s top prize went to Daniel Maree for founding Million Hoodies Movement for Justice, which is a “multiracial alliance of concerned citizens, civil society organizations, and community leaders who are fed up with the unprecedented levels of unrestrained violence directed at young people of color in this country.”