Fug File: People's Choice Awards

People’s Choice Awards Cheerfully Played: The Big Bang Theory


And this is for the Big Bang Theory fans that I know are out there:

On a night when so many people wore blahs, those ladies spun that color wheel like Pat Sajak was watching. Kaley’s outfit is pretty good, although the shoes might be a touch too much, and her hair looks sexy-tousled rather than insane; Mayim’s outfit is beautiful on her and is another elegant way to comply with her personal religious beliefs; Melissa’s is a little overwrought for me, and I’m not sure there’s that much design there so much as draping that verges on being a swaddle. (And the less said about the fit of Jim Parsons’s jacket, the better.) But I appreciate the ladies for keeping it merry and bright even though Christmas is beyond being in the rearview mirror. Because seriously, if the Globes on Sunday go down Neutral Street the way this event did, I may just have to give up and program a macro that types for me, “I just wish it were a color.”

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People’s Choice Awards: My God, So Many Neutrals


I mean, really, most of my posts so far have been about white outfits, and that wasn’t even all of them. And the other ones weren’t even the WORST of the white outfits, either; I think the first two things in this post cover win that handily.

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People’s Choice Unfug It Up: Lucy Hale


I don’t even know if we’re removing fug, so much as trying to create more fab.

I can’t decide how I feel about the pattern, exactly, but I so appreciate that she wore one that I’m basically happy with it. But somehow the sleeve, though helpful for warmth, pushes it into Way Too Much territory for me. So I’d maybe kill that sucker and then replace the shoes that scream I GIVE UP with something more fun — like, how about a gray, even, or a gray-blue that plays off the subtler colors in the dress? Kat Dennings wore some kind of grey pump in one of her outfits, I think, so they’re certainly out there. Just SOMETHING to lighten up the mood down there. And since she’s petite, I almost might bring this above the knee. I don’t know. Help me, Fug Nation. Or do I not need help, because it should stay as-is? Do I need help for other reasons? I’m so tired. What day is it?

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People’s Choice Awards Fugs and Fabs: Beth Behrs and Kat Dennings


It appears these two hosted this affair. How did they do? I was on a plane and so I missed the whole shebang. Fug Nation, I rely on your eagle eyes for that, and in return I will provide photos of their outfits. Fair trade?

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People’s Choice Awards Fug Carpet: Heidi Klum


I actually wouldn’t hate this if it weren’t so low cut on her:

Except I hate the shoes with it and it also looks like the kind of novelty fabric you use to make pillowcases for kids who are really into outer space and the asymmetrical detailing on the neckline is making me slightly more mental than usual. But seriously, up until November, she’d put together a nice run of popping up at one of these events with a low-percentage chance that we’d have to blur her for modesty. Can’t we go back to that? Please? For a bit longer? Sincerely, that’s all I want. Is that really so much to ask? Don’t answer that.

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People’s Choice Awards Fug or Fine: Naya Rivera


Let’s get the predictable part out of the way:  Mullet backward thigh-arpon cut it off neutral lipstick whatever.

That’s basically all I have on this. It’s a word-vomit dress. All it really inspires is a string of things that don’t even make a real sentence. I’m not interested enough to salvage it, I don’t hate it enough to rant about it, and I don’t like it, so… word vomit. Just let it out. It’s like blogger norovirus up in here. But my real question: Has Naya Rivera ALWAYS been a cross between Kim Kardashian and Giuliana Rancic? Because we don’t need another Skywalker right now, Yoda. The ones we have are enough.

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