Last night’s SAG Awards coverage was pretty easy for us, beauty-wise. Everyone either looked amazing in the face/hair department–Marion Cotillard, Anne Hathaway, Elisabeth Moss–or not so amazing in the face/hair department.
Ahead, the sleek blowouts, statement lips and one really, really bad wig of the 2013 SAG Awards… More
TheÂ Screen Actors Guild Awards (SAG Awards if you’re nasty)Â are nigh. If you like actors congratulating actors for overcoming a bunch of stuff and being actors, then the SAG Awards are for you. And we, The Gloss, are bringing youÂ the red carpet looks in real time(-ish).
As we did with the Golden Globes, weâ€™ll be updating this post with all the pretty, pretty dresses (and hopefully lots of ugly ones) over the next couple hours. More
The SAG Awards are tonight. There’ll be all the usual coverage here on The Gloss but since actors fucking love being actors (and celebrating their actorliness), a whole bunch of them have turned up at pre-parties. Here’s some red carpet while you wait for the real red carpet. At the moment, these are primarily guests atÂ Entertainment Weekly‘s pre-party.
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Here we go: the most regrettable looks from the 2011 Screen Actors Guild Awards. Important questions: why can’t Christina Hendricks take a tip from her Mad Men alter ego and just once look amazing on a red carpet? Why did Jane Lynch dress like a budget Cinderella? Why did Jenna Fischer wear that?! And perhaps most of all: who let Kim Kardashian into a ceremony honoring actors? More
In the land of red carpet fashion, there are good dresses, bad ones, and ugly ones. But more than these three combined, there is the ubiquitous Boring Gown: safe, forgettable, mermaid-hemmed columns in sparkly neutrals etc etc etc. Here are the non risks and the dresses neither great enough nor terrible enough to land a Best or Worst title. More
The SAG Awards happened. As far as red carpet events go, the fashion was pretty tame: a few hits, a few misses, and a whole lot of boring. Here’s the best of the bunch. More
Me and Mariah go back like babies and pacifiers. Â Well, not quite that far back. But Mariah’s Grammy-winning debut, Mariah Carey, was the first record I reviewed professionally. Â So I have witnessed the Long Island Lolita blossom from a demure, … More
I finally saw “Precious.” Â Although I think the film paled in comparison to Sapphire’s brilliant-but-brutal novel Push, newcomer Gabourey Sidibe did an amazing job as the troubled title character. The scenes between Gabourey and Mo’Nique, who portrayed Precious’ viscously abusive … More
Taraji P. Henson looked like a real movie star at theÂ Screen Actors Guild Awards. Â If you’ve been following Hot Mama Daily recently, you know I wasn’t a fan ofÂ the metallic, frayed mini dress she wore to the Golden Globe Awards … More