"Unlike the presidency, Emmys go to the winner of the popular vote."
Did your favorites take home Emmy gold?
Swag on 10, glamor on 11.
No cable? No problem.
Someone you know well.
Some homecoming inspo.
Another year, another Emmy Award Show to look forward to. This year, the Emmy’s will be hosted by Stephen Colbert...
One of the biggest award shows of the year.
Is it even a party if Beyonce didn't show up?
Did your favorite win?
SO many amazing looks.
Here's what you need to know.
The 68th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Show, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, will honor the very best in TV of the...
Emmy Nominees 2016!
Lets not ruin this moment for Viola Davis.
Did anyone else notice Amy Poehler looked a lot like Damian from Mean Girls?
So many shows about "wives."
Who will end up on the best dressed list?
Don't miss a second.
Tonight is the 67th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Show. (Don’t feel bad if you need a reminder what this particular...
Don't miss a second of the Emmys.
Any chance we will see a music performance of 'The Lonely Island'?
Did you watch the Emmys instead of doing your homework? It's ok. Maybe you can get Amy Poehler to write an excuse for you.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt is currently one of my favorite actors. I really appreciate how modest he is in interviews even at the one of the most exciting times in his career. Sexy, smart and severely talented, there is no doubt that this guy will be around for the long haul.
If you didn't watch the Emmys last night, well I don't blame you. With the exception of The Lonely Island plus Michael Bolton and company, there wasn't much happening. Sure there were some decent jokes, but where was the pizazz and energy? I spent more time laughing at Michael Vick for getting taken down by the Falcons than I did at Jane Lynch's punchlines. We agreed that if we ran the Emmys, things would have been a lot more exciting.
The Emmys are tonight, which means hot TV actors in tuxedos. I don't really care who wins any of the awards, I just care that Jon Hamm gets more camera time than Ed O'Neill. This year, tons of swoon-worthy guys are nominated for awards, which means we will be glued to our TVs even if the show lasts 10 hours.
Life obviously does not come with an instruction manual, and I’ll be the first to admit – sometimes I wish it did. When I went off to college, I knew it would take awhile to learn the ins-and-outs of living on campus, actively learning, and partying like a rock star, but it didn’t take me long to learn how to be what I like to call a “professional college student,” fulfilling all the duties and stereotypes known to man. It was easy. Post-grad though, well, it’s just a little more complicated.
The big tragedy of moving back into my apartment today was realizing that since I decided to save money by nixing the cable TV, I could not watch the Emmy Red Carpet show. It was traumatic. Watching the stars arrive and chat with Ryan Seacrest is the highlight of my night and way more exciting than watching people ramble off a list of thank yous before they are kindly escorted off the stage.
Dear Jimmy, Jimbo, J-dog, JF, Big night ahead of you tomorrow, huh? You've really made it in the entertainment world now. You slipped into the spotlight when no one was looking and you almost made everyone forget about the Taxi movie.
• K-I-S-S-I-N-G (on camera!). • Are Hilary and Mike in for wedded bliss? • An open letter to hamburger sliders. Nom. • Sorry, younger sibs. • Who's presenting at the Emmy's? • 10 lessons from single women in movies.
This week, in light of the ever-riveting Emmys, I've decided to countdown the ten primetime ladies that I wish I could be in real life. Most of them are from currently aired shows, but of course I had to let some of my canceled favorites slip by.