Emmys 2010 Red Carpet, Part 2
The bell just went off for Round 2, kittens!
Emily Blunt in Christian Resort 2010
We’re a little disappointed. She’s been known to break out edgier looks than this. It’s pretty enough, but it’s a high-end prom gown and we hate the color.
Alan, honey. You have squandered all the good will thrown your way after your last RC appearance
at the Schmemmys. That plaid number? Brilliant. This “aging fop” getup? We get the humor behind it, but we can’t get over how badly tailored everything looks. For gayness’ sake, do something about that waistband, queen!
Angela Kinsey in Romona Keveza Fall 2010
Very pretty. Very smart of her to lose the bow. Very not exciting.
What, like we’re going to tell America’s Grandma that she looks like a bowl of after dinner mints?
Although Betty, we are going to have to register our disappointment that even you are jumping on the nude shoe bandwagon.
Chris Colfer in Emporio Armani
Emily Deschanel in Max Azria Atelier
It’s a striking dress but it’s a bit much. She looks like a party decoration.
Heather Morris in Ina Soltani
WOW. Britney cleans up nice when she gets out of her Cheerios uniform.
Claire Danes in Armani Privé Fall 2010
It’s not the riskiest or edgiest dress in the world. After all, starlets have been wearing variations on this dress going back 50 years (see directly above). But she looks stunning, we have to admit.
Jayma Mays in Burberry Prorsum
Pretty much perfect. Hair and makeup look fantastic. Love the navy color. We even love the train. And we hate trains, kittens. But matching your nail polish exactly to your dress is such a fashion doll thing to do. Points deducted for that.
Jenna Ushkowitz in Kevan Hall
Kind of unflattering and cheap-looking, no? We’ve seen her in tighter dresses before, so we know that’s not what her body looks like. And that shoe is …um… not exactly youthful.
It’s so nice to see him not wearing tight pants and a vest for once. He looks near-perfect, but we deducted points for the butterfly tie.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Narciso Rodriguez
This bitch doesn’t age.
It’s a great dress, but putting a sheer horizontal panel right at her narrowest part makes it look less narrow than it actually is. She’s got the bod to pull it off, but it’s not flattering her as much as it could.
Julie Benz in Pamella Roland
Bleh. Dull, dull, dull. The little slutbutton on the side doesn’t magically turn it into an interesting dress. Besides, if you’re gonna do cutouts, you might as well Go There. What’s the point in exposing 2 millimeters of skin? “Ooooh, I’m feeling saucy tonight!”
Sarah Hyland in Pamella Roland Fall 2010
A beautiful gown in classic old Hollywood style. It fits her like a glove and we have to commend her for somehow making it to the RC with nary a wrinkle in sight. She must have stood in the limo with her head out the sunroof the whole way there. It’s a bit mature for her, though. Especially the cape.
Sofia Vergara in Carolina Herrera
We don’t love it. It looks like one big appendectomy scar.
She’s like 70 and has never been a clothes horse. We’ll give her this one. It’s not a great look, but it’s a pretty good look for her. She put the effort in and we give her credit for that.
David Burtka and Neil Patrick Harris in Calvin Klein
We’re not fans of guys getting cute with tuxedos. No tuxes with sneakers or crazy-colored vests and ties; nothing that detracts from the beautiful, classic simplicity of the black tuxedo. We’re not quite as dogmatic about the color, but we rarely ever think anything but basic black works. White jackets make the wearer look like a waiter and gray tuxes remind us of way too many ’80s proms. Still, Neil looks fantastic in this one. As a male couple, we can imagine the temptation to not wear matching tuxes must be great. David also looks perfect.
Rita Wilson in Prada Spring 2010
Look, Mrs. Hanks, while we applaud you for not showing the world your panties, the fact is, this look simply doesn’t work by shoving a shapeless white dress under it. And those shoes! We’d say “fire your gays” but there’s no way a gay signed off on this mess.
Part 3 is on its way, minions.
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