Golden Globe fashion wrap-ups, E! and TV Guide channel
I saw E!'s Fashion Police show with the bland and forgettable host and the two Jays from Top Model who could barely string a sentence together. NOT ready for that gig, and NOT funny at all, and why do they get away with being so unprofessional and yet Kathy Griffin is out for some reason?
The only reason I enjoyed those shows was for the comedy, which is now gone, since most of the outfits are pretty same-old same-old. That show gets thumbs down on the Tivo now!
I had to resort to finding Joan and Melissa's show on the TV Guide channel and seeing the same stuff all over again just to hear some jokes. Hubby was saying how Joan really outshines her daughter, whom we thought looked like she was wearing shiny upholstery -- and hubby added "Why is she wearing her mother's po-teers?" (reference to Gone with the Wind dress made out of curtains) and "She is dressed as a living room!" Joan, on the other hand, outshiines some of the celebrities. She is always flawless. I would be fighting to get an appointment with her hairdresser!
Which are your favorite outfits? I thought Nicole Sheridan's and Jessica Alba's blue gowns were flawless, as was the girl from Star Wars (blanking on her name) cocktail length black lace dress (Chanel couture, or was that someone else?) with that fabulous black diamond brooch on the ribboned waist.
Here, I'll comment on all the Desperate Housewives:
A columnist in the SF Chronicle once referred to her aptly as "the monochromatic Teri Hatcher" lol. I liked her Golden Globes dress, however. It was more tone-on-tone than completely monochromatic. Very art deco. Valentino? Always looks good!
But Nicole Sheridan's dress bested the other four. The fit was flawless, as was her figure -- vs. the too-skinny Teri's. The lines of Teri's dress made a valiant effort but could not hide the fact she has no hips.
I hated that marshmallow peanut orange color of Bree (Marcia Cross?)'s dress although I realize they were trying to match the vintage clips.
Joan Rivers pointed out Eva Longoria's dress was cleverly made with a long waist to make her look taller, and that was an aha moment for me -- I didn't love the dress until then, but now I appreciate what they were after and think they achieved it.