DRESSED TO WIN ON EMMY FASHION, 'ACCESS HOLLYWOOD'S' NEW MOTHER KNOWS BEST.Byline: MELISSA HECKSCHER
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For celebrities gearing up for Sunday's 59th Primetime Emmy Awards The Primetime Emmy Awards are awards presented by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences in recognition of excellence in American primetime television programming. First awarded in 1949, they were originally referred to as just the "Emmy Awards" until the first Daytime Emmy , the pressure is on to find the perfect answer to the perennial red carpet question: "What (or whom) are you wearing?"
But for the people asking that question -- the Joan and Melissa Rivers Melissa Rivers (born on January 20, 1968) is an American actress and television co-host for fashion/red carpet interviews on cable and satellite television, previously for the E! cable network and currently for the TV Guide channel with her mother, comedian Joan Rivers. types who patrol the red carpet for fashion flubs like high school principals lurking See lurk.
(messaging, jargon) lurking - The activity of one of the "silent majority" in a electronic forum such as Usenet; posting occasionally or not at all but reading the group's postings regularly. in the hallways -- the pressure is even greater.
"We're standing next to some of the most beautiful women in the world," said Nancy O'Dell Nancy Humphries O'Dell (born February 25, 1966 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina) is an American television host and entertainment journalist. Early years
O'Dell graduated from the now-closed Coastal Academy High School in 1984. , the 41-year-old "Access Hollywood Access Hollywood is a weekday television entertainment news program covering events and celebrities in the entertainment industry. It was created by former Entertainment Tonight " co-anchor, who will be broadcasting from the red carpet for an Emmy show to air Monday. "That's pressure."
More so for O'Dell, whose Emmy show will be one of her first television appearances since going on maternity leave maternity leave n → baja por maternidad
maternity leave maternity n → congé m de maternité
maternity leave maternity n in May.
The 11-year "Access Hollywood" veteran gave birth to daughter Ashby Grace on June 11. It's the first child for her and husband Keith Zubchevich.
"Being a mom, I will have to choose something classic," said O'Dell, who already has lost 24 of the 30 pounds she gained during her pregnancy. "There'll be no Britney Spears moves for this momma. ... You think, 'My child will look at this some day."'
Of course motherhood doesn't mean matronly ma·tron
1. A married woman or a widow, especially a mother of dignity, mature age, and established social position.
2. , and when it comes to picking a dress for the red carpet, O'Dell said she still has plenty of options.
"I would hope that women who become moms don't change (how they dress)," said O'Dell, a seven-time Emmy nominee herself. "They should feel sexy still. Being a mom is one of the most beautiful things you can do."
As for the other stars, O'Dell said metallics and bold colors will dominate Emmy night as celebrities make their way into L.A.'s Shrine Auditorium The Shrine Auditorium is a landmark large-event venue in Los Angeles, California, USA. It is also the headquarters of the Al Malaikah Temple, a division of the Shriners. .
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>What: "Access Hollywood's" Emmy Awards Emmy award
Annual presentation for outstanding achievement in U.S. television. Its name is taken from the nickname “immy” for the image orthicon, a television camera tube. and red carpet recap with Nancy O'Dell.
>When: 7:30 p.m. Monday.
>Where: NBC NBC
in full National Broadcasting Co.
Major U.S. commercial broadcasting company. It was formed in 1926 by RCA Corp., General Electric Co. (GE), and Westinghouse and was the first U.S. company to operate a broadcast network. (Channel 4).
WHAT'S IN / WHAT'S OUT
IN NEUTRAL-COLORED NAILS
VAMPY BLACK NAILS OUT
BASIC BLACK (UNLESS YOU'RE A GUY) OUT
IN SIMPLE HAIR/BIG JEWELRY jewelry, personal adornments worn for ornament or utility, to show rank or wealth, or to follow superstitious custom or fashion.
The most universal forms of jewelry are the necklace, bracelet, ring, pin, and earring.
BIG HAIR/SIMPLE JEWELRY OUT
IN RUBY RED LIPSTICK
PEPTO PINK LIPSTICK OUT
NANCY O'DELL'S RED CARPET PREDICTIONS
TV's biggest stars may be attending the Emmys on Sunday to honor their colleagues, but the show starts long before the first award is given out. Let's forget for a moment who might win what and talk about who might wear what. Nancy O'Dell, who will be working the red carpet for "Access Hollywood," has these fashion predictions for TV's big night.
>Metallic and bold.
Whether it's clipped into the hair as jewelry or wrapped around the body as a floor-length Escada gown, think metallic. "Metallic is huge this year. Nobody goes with the basic blacks anymore," O'Dell said. "And some of the bold colors that you will see -- bright pinks and purples -- will have metallics in them."
>Very short or very long.
Apparently knee-length is out. "These days you're seeing more and more short dresses, even if it's a very dressy dress·y
adj. dress·i·er, dress·i·est
1. Showy or elegant in dress or appearance.
2. Smart; stylish.
dress dress," O'Dell said. "For the Emmys, it's either the mini or the long." The mini may be an especially good choice for moms-to-be (and these days, the celebrity world is full of them), said O'Dell. Why? Going floor-length when your belly is bulging "just kind of feels like you're in a tent."
No surprises here. White tuxedos haven't been in style since "The Love Boat," and bright colors -- think pink -- only work for Willy Wonka. It's simple: Emmy men (or any man, really) should stick with the tried-and-true basic black. "The thing with the guys is they can wear the same thing as last year and nobody would ever know," O'Dell said. "It's tough for them to make a mistake."
>Big and colorful.
Big is back. With dresses being streamlined and simple, the accessories can be bigger and brighter. Look for colorful accents, sparkling jewels (though "huge diamonds are out," O'Dell said), jeweled or metallic purses and flowers in the hair.
>Sleek and feminine.
Think elegant, retro-chic and ponytailed. Straight hair in a ponytail "is the celebrity's way of saying, 'I got dolled up but didn't go overboard o·ver·board
Over or as if over the side of a boat or ship.
To go to extremes, especially as a result of enthusiasm. ,' " O'Dell said. Plus simple hairstyles allow for fun accessories such as jewels and brightly colored flowers.
>High heels high heels high npl → talons hauts, hauts talons
high heels high npl → hochhackige Schuhe pl .
When it comes to footwear, high heels have always been the standard for women, despite the risk of tumbling on live television, as Beyonce did last month during a concert. In addition, "Shoes are becoming a big accessory, sometimes making their own statements," O'Dell said. "This is where the big diamonds have gone -- on the shoes. And in an effort to show off those shoes, we will be seeing a lot of slits."
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(1 -- cover -- color) EMMYS FASHION WORLD
RED CARPET PREDICTIONS
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(1) WHAT'S IN/WHAT'S OUT
(2) NANCY O'DELL'S RED CARPET PREDICTIONS (see text)