Lea Michele and Cory Monteith stuck close together as they arrived in NYC last night. The couple headed east after a busy week of filming a Broadway episode for Glee. The series has been on a break since early February but will return tomorrow night with a special new episode marking the cast's 500th musical performance. Lea talked up the big show with an appearance this morning on The View. She and the stars of Glee have had a lot to celebrate lately, since creator Ryan Murphy was honored with the PaleyFest Icon Award just last week. Lea and Cory posed on the red carpet together at the event, which also brought out their costars Jane Lynch, Naya Rivera, and Darren Criss. NeNe Leakes, who has a role on The New Normal and also appeared on Glee, was on hand as well, and Lea couldn't contain her excitement over hanging out with the star.
Lea Michele, Cory Monteith, and Jane Lynch were joined by their Glee cast members to honor Ryan Murphy as he received the PaleyFest Icon Award in LA last night. Lea wore a sheer black Vivienne Tam dress while her boyfriend, Cory, went for a simple suit at the event. The Glee cast weren't the only stars from Ryan's shows to attend the shindig — Leslie Bibb, Carly Pope, and Leslie Grossman from Ryan's first show, Popular, walked the red carpet along with Andrew Rannells and Justin Bartha from The New Normal. Many of the stars of Ryan's shows have grown close with the prolific TV creator, and Andrew, Naya Rivera, and Darren Criss even did some impressions of Ryan Murphy on the red carpet for the Associated Press. After the award ceremony, Lea tweeted, "A beautiful night honoring the amazing Ryan Murphy. So happy for him. What a joy to be in such an amazing room with such incredible people."
Glee's leading ladies glammed up to celebrate creator Ryan Murphy's PaleyFest Icon Award last night. The LA event wasn't just an opportunity for a cast reunion; it also set the stage for something of a style faceoff between Naya Rivera, Lea Michele, and Jayma Mays, who each brought her own brand of cocktail chic to the red carpet. Lea showed her affinity for sexier cuts in a sheer black Vivienne Tam dress with a lacy peekaboo effect, and finished it off with a pair of equally sexy ankle-strap evening sandals. Naya made a polished arrival in a peplum-trimmed navy top, then balanced the flared look with a slim, printed pencil skirt and completed the look with lace-up sandals, a Diane von Furstenberg clutch in hand, and a bright red lip. As for Jayma, she showed off a bright, Spring-feeling style in a formfitting, collared Paper London shirtdress with a bold, colorblocked effect, then tempered the look with a pair of classic nude pumps. Each of the ladies brought a unique play on the "party dress." Now we're asking you to pick your favorite. Which look gets your vote?
Valentine's Day — whatever your relationship status — presents an opportunity to hone in on your red-and-pink styling strategy. No matter what the actual day's festivities call for, be it a relaxed night in, going out to a romantic dinner, or going all out for a much fancier affair, we've nailed down 36 celebrity-approved looks to inspire your amorous style. Take the sweet route a la Kate Beckinsale in pastel pink coat, or opt for something a little more high-impact like Amanda Seyfried's LRD or Lea Michele's hot-pink sequined Elie Saab. Whatever the occasion, there's a look inside to inspire your sweeter side — just click on for even more famous red-and-pink ensembles from a few of our favorite celebrities.
No Barbie pink here; the ladies at the SAG Awards showed off their love for this feminine hue, albeit in a bolder fashion, this evening. Vampire Diaries star Nina Dobrev looked sleek in a modern Elie Saab Spring '13 short-sleeved crepe column gown, complete with subtle lace cutouts; Freida Pinto opted for a more whimsical look in a shocking pink Roland Mouret that featured black-bow detailing on the back of her gown; and Glee actress Lea Michele donned a bright pink strapless Valentino gown with a flirty ruffle hemline. Three gorgeous girls in three standout pink looks — now it's time to hear from you. Which actress wore it best?
One after the other, beautiful actresses showcased their fabulous red-carpet ensembles at the SAG Awards. And very quickly it became apparent that they were giving us the cold shoulder. Yes, strapless gowns became one of the top trends of the night. Everyone from Kerry Washington in Rodarte to Lea Michele in Valentino to Amanda Seyfried in Zac Posen opted to show off a little more where neckline was concerned. Some added statement jewels for extra pizazz, while others went completely bare for a minimalistic feel. Either way, they proved that strapless silhouettes are still a very sexy option and the best way to play up a skin-revealing detail without going overboard. Step inside to find out who else sported strapless gowns at the SAG Awards.
Lea Michele was pretty in pink (literally) for tonight's red-carpet affair. The Glee starlet stood out in a bright pink strapless Valentino gown that was sleek on top — and playful on bottom, thanks to the ruffled hemline. In the baubles department, Lea sported purple teardrop earrings and a coordinating cocktail ring. Are you into Lea's pretty-in-pink moment at the SAGs?
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Emerald was announced as Pantone's color of 2013 early last month, and some of our favorite style setters have wasted no time heralding in the new hue with their clothing choices (we've already spotted Kate Middleton, Doutzen Kroes, and Allison Williams sporting the shade). But emerald is a jewel tone by nature, so it's no surprise that other stars — like Beyoncé, Lea Michele, and Alessandra Ambrosio — have gotten back to basics by accessorizing their neutral ensembles with stunning emerald baubles. Whether it's a smaller stud or dangling drop style, emerald earrings pop nicely against any skin tone, and can elevate even the most basic LBD. We've rounded up 10 of our favorite pairs — click through to see and shop them now.