I already shared some fun quotes with you from last night's People's Choice Awards press room, but there were plenty of other stars celebrating their trophies. Check out more quotes from the Glee kids, Alyson Hannigan, Chevy Chase, and others!
Last night's People's Choice Awards was a whirlwind of slick style. Of course, the frocks took center stage — we loved Carrie Underwood's avant-garde style and couldn't stop lusting over Diane Kruger's sexy LWD — but did you peep all of the bodacious baubles, footwear, and clutches? Divine. Take my quiz to see if you can match the cutie by her Fab accessory!
Kellan Lutz stopped to hand out a few kisses on the red carpet at last night's People's Choice Awards. We also chatted with Diane Kruger about making friends on movie sets, and with Carrie Underwood about her wedding plans. We also have the night's biggest highlights and backstage celebrity tweets. Check it all out — watch PopSugar Rush now!
It's officially the awards season and nothing is stopping these hot mamas and papas from walking the red carpet — bumps and heels included. Jenna Elfman worked her curves, Hugh Jackman looked uber-sexy and Alyson Hannigan showed off her sleek new postpartum figure. Check out who else worked it last night at the People's Choice Awards.
There were many lovely ladies on the red carpet at the People's Choice Awards, but as always, a few of the frocks didn't hit the mark. From the ill-fitting to the oddly accessorized, we've narrowed it down to five dresses we just aren't feeling. Carrie Underwood is currently winning for the evening's best look, but tell us — who do you think was the worst dressed at the People's Choice Awards?
Carrie Underwood opened up about her wedding plans at last night's People's Choice Awards. She was also one of the night's big winners along with Johnny Depp, Taylor Lautner and more. Check out some great moments from the show and see what Carrie has to say about her new engagement. Much more coming up soon — watch the People's Choice Award highlights on PopSugar Rush now!
After their fun onstage moments at the People's Choice Awards, the evening's winners headed into the press room to pose with and chat about their newly-won statues. Buzz was there covering the scene, where Mariah Carey opened up about her work in Precious and a possible biopic. Hugh Jackman also shared his advice for Oscar hosts Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin while Sandra Bullock discussed her pre-awards show routine. Jessica Alba and Ashton Kutcher stayed together to celebrate his web celeb win, as Diane Kruger got cozy with her Inglourious Basterds guys BJ Novak and Eli Roth. Taylor Swift kissed the latest statue to add to her rapidly growing collection.
Mariah brought Nick Cannon along to hit the portrait studio, wrapping up another exciting if less champagne-filled night. The casts of House and Glee each crowded together for group shots. The other winners also stopped by to ham it up for the cameras in some of the night's cutest photos. There's more People's Choice Awards coverage coming up, including video of our red carpet interviews, more from the press room, and all of the night's fashion and beauty breakdowns!
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Last night at the People's Choice Awards, my girl Buzz got a prime spot in the press room where she overheard Hugh Jackman chatting about his Favorite Action Star win, and among other things, his tech habits. Hugh is a busy guy between work and family, and this year one of his New Year's resolutions was to switch off his email in order to take back some time during his day:
I have the email function on my BlackBerry turned off so it's only a phone (why I have a BlackBerry, I don't know, but I do). And I limit my time — I said that I'm not going to spend more than one hour a day looking at emails on the computer. And so far I haven't spent more than 10 minutes.
Hugh makes a good point for all of us tech-obsessed types (and those of us who can't help but be in front of a screen for a majority of our day) — that we should all switch off every once in awhile and check out what's going on around us.