Sofia Vergara having her dress fixed at the Emmys (WhoSay)Sofia Vergara was happy to show some skin at the Emmys last night — her teal Zuhair Murad mermaid dress featured sexy cut-outs in the front and back — but she revealed a little more than she planned.Read More »from Sofia Vergara suffers wardrobe malfunction at Emmys, shares racy photo of incident
- Suzy Byrne | A-Line: Celebrity Style – Mon, Sep 24, 2012 11:32 AM EDT
- Raechal Leone Shewfelt | A-Line: Celebrity Style – Fri, Sep 21, 2012 8:44 PM EDT
Cass BirdClaire Danes, who now stars in the Emmy-nominated Showtime drama "Homeland," admits in a new interview with T, the style magazine of The New York Times, that some of her earlier work wasn't the most challenging. After she became famous on the '90s drama "My So-Called Life," her credits included movies like Baz Luhrmann's "Romeo + Juliet," Steve Martin's "Shopgirl," and "Evening" with Meryl Streep. Then in 2010, she won an Emmy for playing the autistic title character in HBO movie "Temple Grandin." After that, she didn't work for about two years — that's a long time in Hollywood! — partly because she couldn't find a role that she wanted. "I didn't want to go back to ingenues," she explains. "Because I ingenued the hell out of it for a while." She's nominated for an Emmy again this year for her role as a CIA agent in "Homeland," a show she signed on to do for up to seven years.Read More »from Claire Danes: I cannot imagine being Angelina Jolie
Javier Bardem on the cover of GQ's October issue. Nathaniel Goldberg/GQJavier Bardem may be a critically acclaimed film actor, who can scare audiences as a deranged killer in "No Country for Old Men" and then charm them as the guy who sweeps Julia Roberts off her feet in "Eat Pray Love," but don't expect to see Bardem himself standing in the ticket line to see one of his flicks. "The fact that I like to make characters doesn't mean that I like to watch my characters being made, my performance," he confesses to GQ. "I can't even watch that f***ing nose, that f***ing voice, those ridiculous eyes. I can't handle that. But when I'm doing it, I don't see my nose or hear my voice; it's like there's something stronger, bigger than that. And I need to express it."Read More »from Why Javier Bardem can’t watch himself on screen
- Raechal Leone Shewfelt | A-Line: Celebrity Style – Fri, Sep 21, 2012 6:58 PM EDT
Angelina Jolie is known for strutting her stuff in simple, chic, solid-colored gowns that showcase just one of her stems. But leave it to diva Christina Aguilera to dare to don Jolie's signature look! That's right — this week, "The Voice" judge stepped out in the same Michael Kors gown that Jolie stunned in just eight months ago. Will Xtina's risky fashion gamble pay off? Welcome to a special leggy edition of who wore it best!
Angelina Jolie (WireImage)Christina Aguilera (WireImage)Read More »from Angelina Jolie vs. Christina Aguilera — Fashion Faceoff
- Lizbeth Scordo | A-Line: Celebrity Style – Thu, Sep 20, 2012 8:00 PM EDT
Adrienne Maloof and Paul Nasiff's Los Angeles home. (Zillow)
Hollywood divorces, we've got you all figured out. First comes the cordial separation announcement, then come the wild and bitter accusations as the divorce case gets going, and finally, the attempt to offload your shared multi-million-dollar home.
Steps two and three spilled into each other this week for estranged couple Adrienne Maloof, member of both the billionaire Maloof family and the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" cast, and her husband, plastic surgeon Paul Nasiff.Read More »from Divorcing couple Adrienne Maloof and Paul Nassif selling mansion for $26 million
- Lizbeth Scordo | A-Line: Celebrity Style – Thu, Sep 20, 2012 7:02 PM EDT
Tim Tebow showing off some skin. (Annie Leibovitz/Vogue)
You know you're famous when your last name becomes a verb.
But after NFL quarterback Tim Tebow was first spotted down on one knee, praying on the sidelines during games, a website popped up featuring pics sent in from people all over the world posing in similar style, everywhere from mountaintops to outside the Louvre. "Tebowing" took off … and a star was born.
The latest issue of Vogue proves just how big a star. After all, it's not every day Annie Leibovitz shoots a football player and features him in the world's most acclaimed fashion magazine.Read More »from What Tim Tebow looks for in a girl: someone with ‘a servant’s heart’
- Suzy Byrne | A-Line: Celebrity Style – Thu, Sep 20, 2012 5:34 PM EDT
Cynthia Nixon (J. R. Mankoff for Elle)Read More »from Cynthia Nixon opens up about her ‘perfect’ wedding to Christine Marinoni
Nearly four months after saying "I do," newlywed Cynthia Nixon is spilling some secrets about what she describes as her "perfect" wedding day. Three years after becoming engaged, the "Sex and the City" star, 46, exchanged vows with education activist Christine Marinoni in New York City in May. The event was extra special for the couple — who have a son named Max — because they had publicly vowed that they would wait to marry until same-sex marriage was legal in New York state. Soon after the law was passed in summer 2011, Nixon started prepping for her big day.
- Kathleen Perricone | A-Line: Celebrity Style – Thu, Sep 20, 2012 4:29 PM EDT
Courtney with Doug before. (INFDaily.com)And on Wednesday. (AKM Images/GSI Media)Courtney Stodden celebrated her recent 18th birthday by getting a makeover that makes her look more "age appropriate." Ever since she married former "Lost" actor Doug Hutchison at the age of 16, many have wondered if she wasn't actually much older, based on her appearance: ashy-blond hair and garish makeup. But now, dare we day, Stodden actually resembles a cute teen girl … who just so happens to also wear revealing clothing and stripper-style heels.Read More »from Teen bride Courtney Stodden gets dramatic makeover
- Raechal Leone Shewfelt | A-Line: Celebrity Style – Wed, Sep 19, 2012 8:16 PM EDT
Art Streiber/GlamourFunny lady Mindy Kaling can easily recall her initial reaction to the long-running show "The Simpsons," which first aired when she was 10. "Growing up, I remember my parents feeling a little wary of 'The Simpsons,'" "The Office" actress/producer/writer reveals to Glamour. "This was the late eighties, and there was a wave of articles about TV shows that were bad for America. Then we all started watching it and loved it." Kaling, now 33, remains such a fan that she even posed as the animated family's matriarch for a photo shoot paired with her interview for the mag. "Marge Simpson is the one who's really funny," she says, explaining her girl crush. "Her character looks so crazy, but then she's supposed to be totally demure. I think ['Simpsons' creator] Matt Groening is a genius for giving her that hair."Read More »from Mindy Kaling dresses up as Marge Simpson for photo shoot
Drew Barrymore talks wine and parenthood. (David Kindha/Haute Living)
Growing up in the Hollywood spotlight, Drew Barrymore became more than just a child star. She also gained a reputation as a "wild child," thanks in part to the fact that, at a frighteningly early age, she began partaking in certain activities usually reserved for adults. Barrymore has previously admitted to drinking, using drugs, and hitting nightclubs before she even entered her teen years, but multiple stints in rehab eventually set her on a healthier path. The twice-divorced Barrymore recently got married again and is expecting her first child any day now.
But she's also undertaken another new project recently: launching her own wine label. Yes, really.
"I love wine," the 37-year-old tells Haute Living magazine. "I think it's nice to do what you really love in life, occupationally and recreationally. Right now, I'm getting to do the things that I love and I'm so, so happy about it."Read More »from Drew Barrymore: Less acting, more wine!