Wednesday night’s People’s Choice Awards seemed by and large an endless procession of Who?s promoting their forthcoming television pilots on Freeform and 32nd seasons of shows no one over 12 watches on MTV. But for the most part the red carpet style was a nice balance between cocktail casual and subdued, modern glitz.…
Last night at the 40th annual People's Choice Awards in Los Angeles, there were some lovely gowns. There were also quite a few ugly dresses, as well as eyebrow-tugging painful hairdos, formal crop tops and caged cleavage. Egads.
The 2013 award season was kicked off last night with CBS' sad stab at democracy The People's Choice Awards. Sure this was our chance to pick some favorites, but what kind of outfits did the celebrities choose? Well, a lot of eye-scorching neon for one thing.
Celebrities seemed a little more daring with their gowns on last night's red carpet, which happened to result in more misses than hits. These fashion statements have a lot of explaining to do.
No, nobody aged really rapidly into a skeleton with Christopher Lloyd hair, but we the people came away almost as shocked from viewing the sartorial monstrosities on parade:
The People's Choice Awards is the event where we, the people, choose. But at L.A.'s Nokia Theatre, we were happy to let the following stars choose their own wardrobe - they did a much better job than America:
The People's Choice Awards is the first ceremony of awards season, but it's also the least important, mostly because the winners are not chosen by their peers or critics, but by the their fans. Anyway, let's get to it.
The People's Choice Awards are like the Zagat of awards shows: you don't really trust "the people," but you're willing to see what "they" "have" to "say." Apparently the stars agree: their duds were awful.
Because of the writer's strike, last night's 'People's Choice Awards' were shot "on location," which is an unconvincing euphemism that means that stars accepted awards via satellite so that no one had to cross a picket line, etc. And while we could care less about who exactly "the people" chose to anoint as winners of…