From Mo'Nique's hairy legs to pixie cuts and ombre hair in Hollywood to that hottie shirtless Old Spice guy — we've rounded up the biggest moments in beauty for 2010. Check out what headlines caught our attention and what we can't wait to see more of this upcoming year in our latest Bella Beauty Bite.
Mo'Nique in Tadashi Shoji, Maggie Gyllenhaal in Dries Van Noten, Rachel McAdams in Elie Saab Haute Couture, and Gabourey Sidibe's money shot Marchesa. We saw it all over Fashion Week runways, and red carpet celebs are taking note of one of the top trends from the catwalk. Check out our video to see who got top red carpet honors.FabTV.
There was lots of love at Sunday's Oscars, from the red carpet, to the show, and onto the afterparties. Many of the attendees shared the special night with a date and we've picked nine of the evening's sweetest twosomes. Take a look through the list and tell us what you think — who was your favorite couple of Academy Awards night?
The big winners at Sunday's Oscars had their schedules full between the Governor's Ball, Elton John's AIDS fundraiser, and the Vanity Fair afterparty, and things haven't slowed down yet. Jeff Bridges, Mo'Nique, Christoph Waltz and Sandra Bullock headed out to film interviews for Oprah's upcoming Academy Awards special yesterday afternoon. Sandra isn't the only one who's taking about her big night, as her husband Jesse James had a few comments of his own. "I'm so proud of her," he said. "She deserves it more than anybody. I got teary eyed when she won. I'm so happy." She also found time to call into Lopez Tonight after only two hours of sleep — the video's after the jump!
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This weekend was the mother of all award show weekends! It started off Friday night with the Independent Spirit Awards and ended Sunday with the Oscars. With two red carpets came a plethora of dresses, so to round up the weekend, here are my four favorites. Did I miss your favorite look?
When Sandra Bullock accepted her Oscar last night for best actress, she quipped: "Did I really earn this, or did I just wear y'all down?" Sandra's been a household name for years, but her movies typically wow fans more than critics. Evidence? She won a Razzie for worst actress the night before her Oscar win!
Sandra B. wasn't the only woman to impress last night. Mo'Nique won for her moving role in Precious, and in her speech she noted how unlikely it is for a standup comedian to win an Academy Award. And let's not forget Kathryn Bigelow — she beat out her ex-husband James Cameron and his highest-grossing movie of all time to become the first woman to win best director. And of course, her film The Hurt Locker also picked up best picture.
The Governors Ball was the first stop for many of the winners and presenters after last night's Oscars ceremony. Best actress Sandra Bullock went from chatting about her award in the press room to the afterparty, where she shared a special moment with her supportive husband, Jesse James. Maggie Gyllenhaal didn't claim a statue for Crazy Heart, but she continued the family evening by joining her mother Naomi Foner for a bite. Barbara Streisand cuddled up to Gerard Butler, while Diane Kruger brought her Chanel gown from the red carpet to the ball.
Oprah Winfrey joined Gabourey Sidibe after her touching introduction during the best supporting actress presentation. Zoe Saldana stayed in her voluminous dress, which led the way for the evening's slitty trend. Neil Patrick Harris, meanwhile, relaxed with David Burtka after his amazing opening number. Sigourney Weaver was happy to let her hair down with Anna Kendrick despite Avatar's not winning best picture, but Kathryn Bigelow and screenwriter Mark Boal were thrilled their film The Hurt Locker took home the accolade.
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Last night's big winners went from accepting their awards on stage straight into the press room, where Sandra Bullock humbly spoke about her honor. Kathryn Bigelow was visibly moved after being the first female to pick up best director for The Hurt Locker, though she's looking forward to a day when gender becomes a moot point. Rachel McAdams and Jake Gyllenhaal were flanking Geoffrey Fletcher, who picked up best screenplay for Precious.
Mo'Nique and Christoph Waltz brought their supporting actor gold in for a few photos, while Jeff Bridges joked about starting a band with Colin Farrell. Molly Ringwald and Matthew Broderick joined other actors from John Hughes films to chat after their touching tribute to the late director. There's lots more to come from Hollywood's biggest night, including all the afterparties, so stay tuned!
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