Sheryl Crow attended the 33rd Annual Kennedy Center Honors at the Kennedy Center Hall of States in a flowing, champagne-colored draped dress. The color is a perfect neutral for your home. It provides a mellow counterbalance in a brightly saturated home, and also sets off metallics perfectly. To get you started on your own champagne tastes, I rounded up a few of my favorites. I'm particularly loving the Platner Side Table ($700). Designed for Knoll in 1966 by Warren Platner, it features vertical steel wire rods welded to circular horizontal and edge-framing rods. I love how the wire rods re-create the pleats and drapes in Sheryl's dress. Also on my radar is the Candeleria Chandelier ($950), whose exposed vintage reproduction bulbs will add Hollywood glamour to any room. To shop the rest of the look, just click on each image!
Jessica Simpson had an amazing time singing last night at NYC's Rockefeller Center during the annual Tree Lighting Ceremony. She was one on a long list of performers that also included Kylie Minogue — check out Jess's piece below! It was the latest of Jess's holiday endeavors, after she walked in last week's Thanksgiving parade and recorded her end-of-year TV special. Her traditions are different this time around, though, as her new fiancé, Eric Johnson, is a part of the Simpson fun. Their engagement was one of November's biggest stories, and their wedding is sure to be one of 2011's. Jess and Eric hosted a recent meal for both their parents, according to Life & Style, so their families could get to know each other more before the duo tie the knot in a ceremony rumored to be in just a few months.
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The majority of you were loving Sheryl Crow's makeup look at the AMAs, and it's easy to see why. Clarins beauty artist Pati Dubroff went for a chic, rock and roll vibe on Sheryl by using a palette of amber hues and warm, soft bronze. To find out how to rock out by replicating Sheryl's darkly rimmed, shimmery eye makeup look yourself, just keep reading.
The American Music Awards was jam-packed with flashy performances after a daring red carpet for the women and leather-loving guys. Rihanna opened the night sporting a bikini ensemble for her three-song medley. Her good friend Katy Perry had her own moment in the spotlight wearing a skintight red bodysuit after ripping off her skirt, while pregnant Pink put on a lively show, though the mom-to-be kept the acrobatics to a minimum. Taylor Swift's edgy arrival dress was your favorite, though she changed into an all-black skinny pants and blazer ensemble for her dramatic "Back to December/Apologize" mashup. Taylor was one of the evening's big winners, so check out the whole list here. Christina Aguilera's Burlesque was what you were most excited to see, but did "Express" live up to your expectations?
Justin Bieber shared his triumphant times with mentor Usher, and the two also both took the stage to showcase their hits. Miley Cyrus was on her own after apparently backing out of a duet with Bret Michaels. Instead she wowed in a Marchesa minidress featuring a giant bow before her 18th birthday tomorrow. Jessica Alba kicked off her Little Fockers promotional kick as a presenter with a very slick-backed do. The event ended with an exciting trip down memory lane when NKOTB and Backstreet Boys took on their greatest hits. Stay tuned for all our AMAs coverage and weigh in on your favorite parts below!
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The red carpet at last night's American Music Awards in LA last night was packed with daring dresses and glammed-up girls. Fergie took a risk in a Falguni & Shane peacock feathered mini, balancing out her embellished shoulders with minimal makeup. Tangled star Mandy Moore also went short and sequined, while Kelly Osbourne opted for a simple strapless number and big hair. Heidi Klum wore something long and black, as did mom-to-be Pink, who glowed ahead of her highly anticipated performance.
Rihanna matched her red curls with a lacy Elie Saab gown. Sheryl Crow went with a bohemian look, and nominee Katy Perry got decked out in soft pink Badgley Mischka Couture. Miley Cyrus made a statement in white Marchesa with a long train and subtle eyeshadow, looking poised despite her alleged pre-show drama. Taylor Swift, in Collette Dinnigan, changed things up with new blunt bangs and later picked up the award for Favorite Female Country Artist. Check out the full winner list on Buzz. Make sure to weigh in on all your favorite ensembles with Fab and Bella's love it or hate it polls — who do you think was the evening's best dressed?
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Looking both ageless and flawless, Sheryl Crow was a stunner on the American Music Awards red carpet. While we've seen her with this slightly beachy hair and sun-kissed glow before, there's a reason she keeps going back to it: it just looks good. Do you agree?
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Sheryl Crow's red carpet look is an ode to her typically bohemian style. A floor-length, printed wrap Etro dress is a less formal approach to awards show wear, while jewels are simple too — just a single, jeweled bracelet and a black clutch finish the look. Do you like?
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The red carpet at the 2010 CMA Awards in Nashville brought together lovely ladies from both the music and acting worlds last night. Cohost Carrie Underwood chose a slate gray Talbot Runhof gown for her arrival while Gwyneth Paltrow went with a sexy, side-baring Atelier Versace dress for her country music debut. Gwyneth's Country Strong costar Leighton Meester mixed things up in Emilio Pucci and Taylor Swift went with a bold red Monique Lhuillier. W cover girl Katherine Heigl, who was there to support her brother-in-law Lady Antebellum lead singer Charles Kelley, showed up in a bright blue strapless Farah Angsana number and was just one of the gorgeous girls with a flawless face.
Carrie opened the show with a musical number alongside Brad Paisley, who was named Entertainer of the Year, before changing into an array of gorgeous looks throughout the night. Nicole Kidman watched from the audience in white Dolce & Gabbana as her husband Keith Urban took the stage while Katherine and Josh Kelley cheered on Lady Antebellum as they accepted two statues. Gwyneth geared up for her big night with a pint of beer, and her much-anticipated live performance didn't disappoint — what did you think? She was game for a little teasing by Carrie and Brad, who asked if she could score them Coldplay tickets, though Chris Martin wasn't there to watch his wife's musical number. Taylor Swift didn't continue her winning streak, but she did take the stage to perform "Back to December" — congrats to everyone honored during country's big evening!
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Lots of stars — both country and Hollywood city slickers — came out for the 2010 CMAs. There was some truly lovely styling, and some stuff that just left me feeling a little meh. See what your favorite stars looked like right now and vote for yourself.
Taylor Swift became the youngest winner ever of Songwriter of the Year at last night's BMI Awards in Nashville. Taylor looked great in her Z Spoke by Zac Posen dress and got choked up on stage talking about a friend who recently passed away. She also took home Song of the Year for "You Belong With Me" making it quite the week for Taylor and that's before tonight's big CMAs where she's up for best Female Vocalist. Taylor just racked up even more nods with two People's Choice nominations, though she can't celebrate immediately with Jake Gyllenhaal who is off dodging questions about their relationship in London. Taylor will reportedly sing "Back to December" during this evening's show and Gwyneth Paltrow will perform her country single for the first time — does that encourage you to tune in? Faith Hill and Tim McGraw were also out yesterday after joining Gwyneth and Leighton Meester for Monday's Tennessee premiere of Country Strong. The whole group will be back together in a few short hours to celebrate what's touted as the genre's biggest event.