Brad Pitt was in NYC last night for a screening of Killing Them Softly. Along with his costars James Gandolfini and Ray Liotta, Brad posed for photos on the red carpet at a special Cinema Society event. A handful of famous ladies came out to see Brad's latest, including Rose Byrne, Maggie Grace, model Anne V, Dexter's Jennifer Carpenter, and The Good Wife's Archie Panjabi. Killing Them Softly arrives in theaters this Friday, Nov. 30, and Brad's done a handful of interviews in the run-up to its release. He spoke to Extra about both his film and his engagement to Angelina Jolie. He said, "I will admit we have had some pressure from our kids. We didn't realize how much it means to them . . . we didn't realize how much it means to us." As for the place and time, Brad commented, "We are both migratory workers and it will be a matter of convenience location wise."
What do celebs do when they want to give off the appearance that they have sexy curves? Why, slip on a black cutaway dress! Eva Longoria recently did it in her Victoria Beckham stretch-crepe cutaway dress, Lucy Hale got in on the look via an Opening Ceremony racerback dress, Taylor Schilling dabbled in her Calvin Klein gown, and Jennifer Carpenter also tried the style via a black cutaway dress. As you can see, cutaway necklines, where more of the shoulder and decolletage are exposed, create a wave-like shape across the shoulders, giving the appearance of curves. The rest of the dress is streamlined, making the top half stand out. Plus, black helps keep the look super polished, allowing for the cutaway, not the color, to be the star. Want to get in on Hollywood's secret? Shop the widget, including Eva and Lucy's exact dresses, below!
Polka dots have become a staple in many women's closets, including a handful of celebs, who have worn the playful pattern in a ton of fabulous ways. Some, like Nicky Hilton, have opted to edge up their polka dots via leather. Others, like Diane Kruger and Heidi Klum, have sported polka-dot frocks for fancy occasions, while Rose Byrne has shown off an office-chic way to sport dots. If you need ideas on how to work your polka dots, step inside to see 20 celebs and how they work their dots for day and night.
The QVC fun continued inside its Buzz on the Red Carpet bash at the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills last night. Molly Sims, who showed off her baby bump, hung out with designer Nicole Richie and Revenge's Emily VanCamp. Nicole will debut her collection on QVC tonight! Meanwhile, George Clooney's girlfriend, Stacy Keibler, chatted with Dancing With the Stars's Cheryl Burke. Stacy will be back in the spotlight at this weekend's Oscars, where George is up for best actor. Stacy and George's award season has been filled with glamorous appearances, and Sunday night should be no different. She's not the only one gearing up for the big night, since Molly tweeted "So, so, so excited for the Oscars!"
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Michael C. Hall and Jennifer Carpenter grabbed a seat to watch the sunset on the beach in Venice, CA yesterday. The duo looked cozy despite their divorce being finalized in December. This isn't the first time Michael and Jennifer have been spotted together following their separation since they were seen on a coffee date last month. They also sat together at the SAG Awards, where their TV show, Dexter, was up for best drama and Michael was nominated for best actor. Neither Michael nor the Showtime series went home with any statues, but it looked like the couple had a fun night. Both Jennifer and Michael will be back on the small screen soon now that Dexter has been renewed for a seventh and eighth season.
Michael C. Hall and his ex-wife Jennifer Carpenter were spotted in LA getting coffees together on Wednesday. They apparently followed up the caffeine date with dinner at the Peninsula Hotel. The couple split up back in 2010 after nearly two years of marriage, and their divorce was finalized last month. Michael and Jennifer continued, however, to work on their Showtime series Dexter together and seem to still be on friendly terms. It's not clear, though, whether there is a romantic reunion for Michael C. Hall and Jennifer on the horizon. They'll continue to costar on the small screen for a few more years since Dexter has been renewed for an additional two seasons.
Dexter beauty Jennifer Carpenter shined at the Emmys while donning a beaded, high-slit gown paired with a matching clutch and silver peep-toe pumps. Wavy, on-trend ombré hair added a casual twist while smoky eyes honed in the drama. What's your call?
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The Fashion Week fun kept coming yesterday in NYC, with Vanessa Hudgens continuing her front-row occupation by attending the Diesel Black Gold presentation alongside Chace Crawford. Vanessa, who's enjoying her very first immersion at the Lincoln Center tents, kept the photographs coming when she checked out hot pink-embellished Tibi with Olivia Palermo. Kirsten Dunst and Sofia Coppola joined forces with Kanye West himself to see the latest Rodarte creations, as Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld supported her pal Narciso Rodriguez. Rachel Roy, meanwhile, had Olivia and Dexter's Jennifer Carpenter turn out to see her knit-heavy collection. Michael Kors welcomed pals Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas to his show today, along with Emma Roberts, Bette Midler, Debra Messing, and Anjelica Huston. Vanessa treated herself to another day of dressing up as well for this morning's Yigal Azrouel extravaganza with Boardwalk Empire's Paz de la Huerta. Make sure to stay tuned to FabSugar, BellaSugar, and Fashionologie for the latest style and beauty news!
It's always sad to see romances come to an end, and this year saw the demise of many long-lasting or short-lived Hollywood relationships. We took a look back at 2010's most adorable duos, and now we're focusing on the splits we didn't see coming. So, tell us — who do you think had the most shocking breakup of 2010?
Jennifer Carpenter, Claire Danes, Heather Morris, Connie Britton and Wanda Sykes sparkled in their red carpet gowns at the 2010 Primetime Emmy Awards. From Jennifer Carpenter in Oday Shakar and Claire Danes in Armani Privé to Heather Morris in Ina Soltani, Connie Britton in Burberry and Wanda Sykes in Zuhair Murad, there was no shortage of glitz and glamour at this year’s award show.