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    Re: 2010 Emmy Awards

    Eva Amurri's dress is a pretty colour, but it doesn't seem to fit her bust well.
    She's another one that's fallen into the bleach pot and can't get out.
    The dress would have looked stunning if she'd stayed brunette.

    Diana Agron, I'll just say bold choice.
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    Re: 2010 Emmy Awards

    Sadly, my laptop is just too slow to watch it streaming from our front page

    I always liked the local Emmys pre-show when I lived in SoCal. Those reporters spent a lot of time interviewing celebs and, imo, they were much better at it than the people from the syndicated shows. It's like having an irritating personality is a prerequisite to getting a job on a national show.

    I'll just never understand why these girls wear dark, heavy gowns in the summer. Save them for the Golden Globes or even the Oscars!
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    I thought Dianna Agron looked gorgeous. She's got such a pretty face, I'm glad she didn't have her hair in her face. I wish Lea Michele had pulled her hair back. She's beautiful, but the hair seemed a bit casual for that dress.

    Jane Lynch looks stunning! A friend of a friend designs all of her awards show gowns, so I always look for her. She always looks terrific!
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    If I had Kyra Sedgwick's dress I'd wear it to the shops, Crit, but I know what you mean

    Not loving Christina Hendricks dress. Doesn't do anything for her and the colour is all wrong for her.
    Love Heidi Klum's shoes and her dress looks great on her.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Critical;4051414;
    I thought Dianna Agron looked gorgeous. She's got such a pretty face, I'm glad she didn't have her hair in her face. I wish Lea Michele had pulled her hair back. She's beautiful, but the hair seemed a bit casual for that dress.

    Jane Lynch looks stunning! A friend of a friend designs all of her awards show gowns, so I always look for her. She always looks terrific!
    I didn't get to see Jane Lynch
    I loved that Diana Agron had her hair tied back, so elegant.
    I think her face looked gorgeous, but it was a bit too much dress for me.
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    Re: 2010 Emmy Awards

    Show's starting!

    Glee number!

    ETA: Betty White: "Back that mother up!"

    Betty White and Jon Hamm

    They could end the show with this number and I'd be happy!
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    Oh, Fallon. Will you ever NOT try too hard?

    The Glee sketch started cute, but it went downhill quick. REALLY quick. Not even for a joke do I want to see THAT WOMAN (I knew it was coming too... its the only reason she got an invite tonight, I'm sure). Even if I'm rewarded with the goodness of Betty White and Jane Lynch later.

    Okay. Tim Gunn and Hurley maybe saved that a bit...

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    -----Sylvester Stallone, on Mr. T-----

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    Re: 2010 Emmy Awards

    Ok, super excited with the intro already.

    Love all these people.

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    Re: 2010 Emmy Awards

    Seriously, why is Kate involved in this? She is just horrible.

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    I don't even care that Kate was involved. That was awesome!
    Anti-intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that 'my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge.' - Isaac Asimov

    I was thinking of the immortal words of Socrates, who said, "... I drank what?"

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