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Underneath the gorgeous designer gowns stars wear to award shows like the Emmys are Spanx. They stretchy undergarment helps suck everything in and smooth out any imperfections celebs want to hide on the red carpet. It’s meant to stay hidden to create the illusion of perfection, but sometimes Spanx has a mind of its own and peeks out when you don’t want it to, which is what happened to Sarah Hyland on the red carpet Sunday.
Hyland’s been a regular at the award show since Modern Family first hit the small screen in 2009, but this year the actress, »
- Kaitlyn Frey and Karen Mizoguchi
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When people have criticized Sofia Vergara for playing a Latina stereotype—the loud and sexy housewife Gloria Delgado-Pritchett on the popular sitcom Modern Family—the actress defended herself: “What’s wrong with being a stereotype?” she said to Hola earlier this year. “Gloria’s character is inspired by my mom and my aunt. They are both Latina women who grew up in Colombia, like me. They love color, prints and shoes … It upsets me when Latinos complain about Gloria. I am grateful for the opportunity because the gringos have let »
- Thatiana Diaz
Cut! A sure-fire way to brighten up any day are TV bloopers, and we're here to help with some from Modern Family season eight. In the exclusive video above, get a first look at the Modern Family season eight bloopers, primarily featuring Sofia Vergara, Ed O'Neill and Rico Rodriguez. Vergara trips up on her words, leaving the rest of the cast and crew in stitches and O'Neill forgetting a line, but getting help from his pint-sized costar Jeremy Maguire, little Joe Pritchett, his TV son. While we're talking about this TV family, let's take a moment to gush over this picture Vergara posted with her costar at the 2017 Emmys. You can't really see it there, but the 6-year-old »
The 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards was a televised celebration of the biggest shows on the small screen. But there was a lot that happened at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles that viewers didn't get to see. For one thing, there were countless celebrity selfies. Stranger Things' Millie Bobby Brown, for instance, didn't pass up the opportunity to snap a picture with Big Little Lies' Nicole Kidman and Sofia Vergara took a Modern Family photo with her co-stars Eric Stonestreet and Jesse Tyler Ferguson. The awards also served as a fun date night for couples. Mad Men's Vincent Kartheiser smiled at his wife Alexis Bledel in the green »
Attending the 2017 Emmy Awards meant more to Sarah Hyland than anyone could imagine. The Modern Family star arrived at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday evening with something to prove. Not only to herself, but to the many fans that have watched the now 26-year-old actress grow up right before their eyes on the beloved ABC sitcom. She's endured a particularly tough year, first pulling out of the 2017 SAG Awards for undisclosed "health reasons." It marked the first SAG ceremony in seven years Hyland skipped, her absence assumedly linked to a long battle with kidney dysplasia. (In 2012, Sarah received a kidney transplant from her father.) But then »
The streaming TV biz passed the ultimate Emmy threshold on Sunday night, as Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” made history.
“Handmaid’s Tale” picked up the win for outstanding drama series, which represents the first time a streaming service had one won of the top Emmy series prizes. It was just four years ago, in 2013, that Netflix became the first streaming platform to win an Emmy, as “House of Cards” picked up a handful of victories.
“Streaming has arrived, and we’re here to say what a wonderful journey,” said “Handmaid’s Tale” executive producer Warren Littlefield. Added exec producer Bruce Miller: “The way Hulu handled our show, they were bold and behind us and committed to making something interesting.”
The fact that Hulu was the first to land a top Emmy series prize, rather than Netflix, is a bit surprising, as Netflix came into this year’s »
- Michael Schneider
The 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Award winners have been announced, and with the names read from envelopes on stage comes a new wave of discussion. No longer are people speculating about whether or not “This Is Us” will break broadcast’s shut-out streak in the drama series race or which powerhouse limited series cast, “Big Little Lies” or “Feud” will clean up in acting awards. Now that the answers are in, attention turns to the snubs and surprises of the 2017 Emmys.
Snub: “Feud” lost all of its major races, from writing and director, to actresses supporting and lead, to supporting actor and of course the overall limited series race. It lost all of those races to HBO’s “Big Little Lies.” While there were discussions and concerns that competing co-stars could split the vote for both “Lies” and “Feud” in the actress categories, “Lies” prevailed with Laura Dern taking supporting actress over her co-star Shailene Woodley, as »
- Danielle Turchiano
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Black Mirror: San Junipero
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While many celebrities attend award shows with two or three people, that's not how Sofía Vergara rolls. The Modern Family star arrived at the 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards with at least 15 friends and family members, and we really couldn't love her more for it! "Ready for the partyyy," she captioned a boomerang with her 16-person squad just before they headed to the award show. Vergara stunned on the red carpet in a white, mermaid-style gown by Mark Zunino—a local designer she said she loves because "he makes dresses that are perfect for voluptuous women." It's no wonder why we love to keep tabs on the Colombian beauty's Instagram »
Veep's done it again. The HBO comedy starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus won Outstanding Comedy Series at the 2017 Emmys. Veep, which will return for a seventh and final season, beat out newcomer Atlanta, ABC's old standby Modern Family, Netflix's Master of None and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, ABC's standout black-ish and fellow HBO comedy Silicon Valley. Showrunner David Mandel accepted the award. Louis-Dreyfus took home her sixth Emmy for playing Selina Meyer earlier in the night. "Thank you, I'm out of a job, i guess we all are, so if anyone hears of anything–i'm looking for movie work, but i'll do television. I did want to…sorry, that was for best writing… I was going to »
“Veep” has once again won the Emmy for Outstanding Comedy Series, beating out six other nominees in the process. It marks the political satire’s third consecutive win, much to the chagrin of “Atlanta” (which was considered a potential spoiler by IndieWire’s Ben Travers), “Black-ish,” “Master of None,” “Modern Family,” “Silicon Valley,” and “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.”
Read More:2017 Emmys Winners List (Updating Live)
Other winners in the comedy category include Glover (Directing, “Atlanta”), Alec Baldwin (Supporting Actor, “Saturday Night Live”), and Aziz Ansari and Lena Waithe (Writing, “Master of None”). Julia-Louis Dreyfus also won for her lead performance on the show, her sixth in a row.
Stephen Colbert hosted this year’s ceremony, the 69th, from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Avail yourself of the full list of winners here.
- Michael Nordine
Thirty-seven years later, it finally happened!
Dolly Parton, Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda — the stars of the iconic 1980 comedy 9 to 5 — were back together on Sunday, reuniting at the 2017 Emmy Awards, where Tomlin and Fonda are both nominated for lead actress in a comedy series for their role on the Netflix series Grace and Frankie.
The three actresses presented the award for best supporting actor in a limited series or movie (which went to Alexander Skarsgard for Big Little Lies) — though used their entrance speech to make a dig at president Donald Trump.
“Back in 1980 in 9 to 5, we refused to be controlled by a sexist, »
- Dave Quinn
While you were tuned in to Stephen Colbert‘s hilarious hosting antics at the 2017 Emmy Awards on Sunday, People was watching for the action off-camera, backstage and on the red carpet. From the inseparable Big Little Lies ladies to the stunning This is Us cast, we caught every moment not shown on TV.
Here are the best backstage moments you didn’t see.
On the Red Carpet
- Ale Russian
Congratulations to Alec Baldwin! The actor won the award for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy at the 2017 Emmys for his portrayal of Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live. To win the award, Baldwin beat out five other amazing actors. Veep's Tony Hale and Matt Walsh, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt's Tituss Burgess, Baskets' Louie Anderson and Modern Family's Ty Burrell. During his speech, the actor said, "I suppose I should say at long last Mr. President, here is your Emmy," Baldwin said. "I wanna thank my wife, my wife and I had three children in three years and we didn't have a child last year during the SNL season and I wonder if there's a correlation there. All you »
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“I suppose I should say: ‘At long last, Mr. President, here is your Emmy,” Baldwin said after taking the stage.
Sean Spicer made a surprise appearance on the Emmys stage on Sunday night, and boy, were the stars at the show shocked.
He rolled in on his signature podium (only this time, it read “The Emmys” instead of “The White House”), à la Melissa McCarthy on SNL, before insisting that this was the biggest Emmys audience of all time — a nod to his first-ever press briefing as White House press secretary, in which he insisted that Trump’s inauguration was the best-attended of all time.
If the reaction from the stars in the crowd were any indication, »
- Diana Pearl
Kate McKinnon and Alec Baldwin took home best supporting comedy actress and actor awards for their work on the NBC comedy franchise, which also won for best variety sketch program. But the “SNL” influence was present even before awards began being handed out.
In the highlight of Stephen Colbert’s monologue, the night’s host introduced a surprise guest — former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer. In a reference to Melissa McCarthy’s popular “SNL” parody of him, Spicer wheeled a podium onstage. Colbert set Spicer up for a gag about the show’s ratings.
Calling back to his claims regarding Trump’s inauguration viewership, Spicer declared Sunday’s “the biggest audience to witness an Emmys period both in person and around the world!”
Accepting the variety-sketch award, series creator Lorne Michaels referenced the political climate that has powered the show »
- Daniel Holloway
The seven-time Emmy winner opened up to PeopleTV about how she and the other women on their hit CBS show, Mom, support one another through good times and bad.
“We are a family there,” she said.
Janney said that when the cameras aren’t rolling, they are “hanging out at Stage 20 and gossiping and getting through the bumps in life.”
Faris, who plays Janney’s on-screen daughter on the show, is in the midst of a big “bump” of her own: She and husband Chris Pratt announced their separation »
- Kathy Ehrich Dowd
He’s been one of the most outspoken critics of President Donald Trump, using his popular late-night talk show to mock the former Apprentice star and his administration. So it was no surprise on Sunday when Stephen Colbert used his platform as host of the 2017 Emmy Awards to get political.
The digs began early, when the 53-year-old began with a song and dance number singing about how “everything is better on TV” — moving his way through famous TV shows and joking with Julia Louis Dreyfus’s character on Veep, “Imagine if your president is not beloved by Nazis?”
He then »
- Dave Quinn and Michele Corriston
“Angelina was there and she was walking out of the restroom, and I had to go into the restroom and she was like, ‘Hi Wanda, I’m Angie,’ ” Sykes, 53, recounted to People’s Jd Heyman and Lola Ogunnaike, host of Entertainment Weekly: The Show. »
- Adam Carlson
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