If life was perfect, then each and every nominated celebrity would be going home with gold at the Emmy Awards. But for some, mingling among their peers, partying with television’s hautest names and picking up a few award-worthy goodies is good enough. Here is a behind-the-scenes look at what you missed over the Emmy Awards weekend.
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She may not have won an Emmy this year, but Sofia Vergara still looked like a million bucks on television’s most important night of the year. Scratch that: she looked like seven million bucks. The 41-year-old “Modern Family” star wore $7 million worth of platinum jewelery by Lorraine Schwartz to Sunday’s ceremony.
If you don’t have a ticket to television’s most important evening of the year, don’t worry! You can still feel like you’re part of the action, as Haute Living had a sneak peek inside the 65th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards’ most VIP event: its annual Governors Ball.
The Chicago/Midwest Emmy Awards, which recognizes local television excellence, were held recently. The event was held at The Alhambra Palace Restaurant (1240 W Randolph) and had the who’s who of local television personalities on hand. Chicago Sun-Times columnist emceed the event that honored some of…Read The Full Post
CBS has announced the date for the 65th annual Emmy Awards. The ceremony will take place on September 22, 2013.
Viewers are typically just as excited to see Emmy night fashion choices as they are to see its winners. Trophies as well as gorgeous gowns were both on prominent display September 23 at the ceremony’s official post-party, The Governors Ball. Stunning guests such as Zooey Deschanel, Heidi Klum, Tina Fey and Lucy Liu marveled at the 100,000 fresh-cut roses adorning tables inside the Los Angeles Convention Center’s West Hall, while winners such as Kevin Costner and Aaron Paul enjoyed Beaulieu Vineyard wines, Marich chocolates and dishes of roast tenderloin at the “Romantic Rhapsody in Red”-themed gala.
Sunday night has proven to be one of the most amazing nights for Los Angeles. Many guests, in fact 3,800 guests, gathered together for the Emmy Awards Governors Ball at the L.A. Convention Center for a night of great food and music from the likes of “Bésame Mucho,” “Clocks” and much more.
The Emmys are always a good excuse for the stars to get glam, and last night’s ceremony didn’t disappoint. Stars like Sofia Vergara, Zooey Deschanel and Ginnifer Goodwin looked absolutely stunning as they strolled down the red carpet at the 64th annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
If you’re wondering ‘what’s haute?’ these days, the answer is clear: and that is Audi. The car company announced its sponsorship of the 64nd Annual Primetime Emmy® Awards on Wednesday; it will be their second consecutive year backing the TV industry’s most important evening of the year.
Emmy Awards: The Governors Ball