Looks like being a cover girl requires a lot more than flowy locks and rosy cheeks, you have to also be armed with talent and healthy ambition.
Sarah Jessica Parker and her mentee Emma Watson
Sunday’s Oscar telecast was a lively affair but it’s the residue from a couple of fashion forward stars that still remains in the air.
Angelina Jolie and Viola Davis are the talk of the town thanks to what the media views as their “daring” choice of expression.
Master of Ceremony, Billy Crystal did an enviable job navigating the often unpredictable but irresistibly entertaining climate that Oscar fans have come to embrace year after year.
The Red Carpet was ablaze with the usual dramatics and this time it was heightened by the anticipated and eventual appearance of The Dictator, a Sacha Baron Cohen creation.
Actress Viola Davis is having a moment and the spotlight seems to be shining more brightly these days, thanks to her well-deserved Oscar nomination for her moving performance in last summer’s surprise hit The Help.
The usual suspects gathered for another start-studded ceremony to celebrate the past year’s best performances.
Awards Season is in full swing and so far the Red Carpet has played host to an impressive array of delightful hues and immaculately sculptured gowns and Sunday nights SAG Awards, was no exception to the new rule.
Star of the upcoming Hunger Games and industry ingénue, Jennifer Lawrence had the pleasure of announcing the Oscar nominees along side Tom Sherak, who happens to the president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
The Industry’s elite gathered to officially kick off award season, from the fashion to the winners, last night definitely lived up to all the hype and excitement.
Comedic genius Ricky Gervais, was back ready to entertain and effortlessly call out the rich and famous for being rich and famous.
From Viola Davis’ poignant acceptance speech after edging out The Iron Lady’s Meryl Streep to snag The Best Actress award for The Help, to Octavia Spencer’s stunned recognition after she was announced Best Supporting Actress for the same film, the 17th annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards certainly had its share of dramatic moments.