Fugger: Julianne Hough

Emmys Fugs and Fabs: Everyone Else in Red

As a programming note! If you think we’ve missed someone who noteworthily sported red on Sunday night, it’s more than likely that we gave them their own post — like Priyanka Chopra, for example, or Tatiana Maslany. But never fear. There is still MUCH left to discuss.

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Fugs and Fabs: Celebs at the Airport

NEWSFLASH: People are still wearing clothes on planes!

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Creative Arts Emmys Fug Carpet: Julianne Hough in Zuhair Murad

Don’t worry.

The 2016 Creative Arts Emmy Awards - Day 2 in LA

While a variety of celebrities are in Toronto for the film festival, or coming back from the festival in Venice, or maybe getting some PR at Fashion Week, Julianne Hough is bravely holding down the fort in LA, reminding us all that the trend in which otherwise genetically blessed humans choose to drape themselves in a disintegrating wedding gowns will never die.

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Fugs and Fabs: The Grease Live Emmy-Begging Event

I assume those are called “popcorn sleeves.” Not because they resemble popcorn, but because you could pop by the concession stand at the movies and have them shovel a medium bag’s worth directly into your outfit. I would also accept “French fry arms,” “churro bags,” or “trash holsters.”

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CFDA Awards Fugs and Fabs: Everyone Else

You guys, this thing was chockablock with proper celebs!

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Fugs and Fabs: Julianne Hough (and more) at the Miss USA Pageant

The person who is not in this slideshow, but arguably had the worst night, was Laura Brown of Harper’s Bazaar. She was a judge, and the question she got handed to ask Miss Hawaii was, essentially, whether she’d vote for Trump or Hillary in the general election. The ENTIRE crowd started booing her — Miss Hawaii dodged her answer, as well she should, as a person’s vote is private and should never be demanded as a passage to first place in a beauty pageant — and the male co-host, Terrence J, had to specify after the break that the Miss USA organization picked the questions and not Brown herself. If I were her, I’d have shouted the names of six of their sponsors’ direct competitors into the microphone and then dropped it and left.

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