Fergie isn't ready to take off her sunglasses for the red carpet just yet, but the rest of her celebrity cohorts are battling Fashion Week fatigue and looking great as the shows barrel on. Eric Dane caught up with his wife Rebecca Gayheart for the G-Star show where Heather Graham wore silly boots but got to sit next to some serious eye candy Tyson Beckford. Rihanna went sheer to watch the Matthew Williamson collection strut down the runway and Miss Fergs looks like she went back in time to the 70s to catch the Marc by Marc show. While Taylor Momsen is the only Gossip Girl we've seen roaming Bryant Park this week, gossip boy Chace Crawford caught the Diesel show yesterday afternoon. My girls Fab and Bella are right there in NYC for all the action — don't miss all their awesome coverage here on Sugar and all of us over on Elle.com!
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Lipstick Jungle is taking full advantage of their timing, piggybacking all sorts of parties and events with the beginning of Fashion Week in New York. Last night all the ladies of the show — Brooke Shields, Kim Raver and Lindsay Price — were out for the big premiere party and this morning they used the oversized scissors to cut the ribbon officially kicking off the week alongside show creator Candace Bushnell. Sure this show is more than a little hard to distinguish from Cashmere Mafia but thankfully Buzz is here to help us keep them separate. Plus, we'll take any new TV we can get these days. So anyone excited to see yet another group of well dressed Manhattan women on primetime starting Feb 7...or are you over it?
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Tom Cruise wasn't the only one who skipped the red carpet last night, Fool's Gold costars Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey presented an award and stopped by the press room but didn't do the outside posing. They didn't have awards to show off, of course, but the night's big winners did. Tina Fey looked a little uncomfortable with her mini actor (so missing Alec Baldwin, boo) while Edie Falco proudly showed off her double fisting skills. Gotta show some love for Javier and the rest of the cast of No Country. Buzz wants to know how you feel about all of last night's big TV and movie winners. I'm thinking that at least a few of these (movie) winners should get used to those award-statue curls because I hear those Oscars are pretty heavy.
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In the weeks leading up to the 2007 Primetime Emmy Awards, I'll be looking at the nominees in some major categories and trying to predict who's most likely to win in these Emmy Breakdowns. Up today: Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.
Lorraine Bracco ("The Sopranos") — Bracco has been nominated three times before this, all three in the lead actress category. Her Dr. Melfi didn't get as much screen time this season as in years past, but she's been a strong and consistent presence on the show, and voters clearly want to reward her work in some way. Plus, as I've mentioned, nobody loves series endings more than the Emmys. I have a feeling this category is all Bracco's. Chance of winning: High.
Rachel Griffiths ("Brothers & Sisters") — Griffiths is a favorite actress of mine, and the episode she submitted — in which she finds out about her husband kissing her half-sister — is probably her best work of the season. Even so, "Brothers & Sisters" is such an ensemble show that it's hard to recognize just one standout performer. Chance of winning: Low.
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