2. Mother of the Bride Dresses: What happened to you, Nicole Kidman? You used be a fashion icon, everyone wanted to dress you. Now I want to run from you. Your fashion choices scare me lately. Just because you moved to Nashville, does not mean you have to add tassels and frou frou to your elegant red carpet wear. Simplicity is king on the red carpet. Leave your Bedazzler at home.
3. Get A NEW Stylist: Amy Adams. I can confirm that Amy Adams does work with a stylist. I do not know who it is specifically, but my friend, Ali, and I have decided that her stylist hates her. Why? She continually takes one of the most classically beautiful women and cuts up her figure, smooshes her boobs, or dresses her to look chunky. (Amy has a beautiful figure!) She always looks a bit "off" and her stellar career deserves more. It's just time to spend a few extra dollars on an A-List stylist, Amy. You've earned it.
4. Most Improved: January Jones. I knew you could do it! While I don't think this look is flawless, it is a strong start to improving her red carpet look. Carolina Herrera designed this dress for the Pre-Fall 2011 collection. January's hair is a bit severe, but her body is divine in this piece. I think she might have her look polished in time for the Emmys next fall.
5. The It Is NOT Your Night Award: Angie Harmon. You are not a nominee, you did not star in Black Swan or Pink Swan. Leave the feathers at home.
**UPDATE**: I love that I have to write an update a 6:35 AM. Thank you, because it thrills me when my posts elicit a response. I think the Angie Harmon fan club has stopped by, so I am going to print my response to one of them in regards to Angie's dress from last night because I failed to explain myself well in my #5 above. Here it is:
Annie wrote: Pfft. Angie is gorgeous.
ME: She is. No doubt about it. The problem? There is a hierarchy to the red carpet on how you dress if you are a nominee, an entertainment reporter, or just attending. She was doing coverage for TNT, but she was dressed like a nominee. It may not make sense to you, but it's like wearing a wedding dress to someone else's wedding. Great dress, wrong night to wear it. I'm giving my insider's perspective on this one.
What were you thoughts about the SAG Awards? Other than the red carpet, were you as bored as I was? It's the same format as The Golden Globes, but without the fun or spontaneity. You know the drill, give me the dish below.
PS Despite the snark scooped out above, I am a proud member of Screen Actors Guild.