“Homeland” star Claire Danes had fans scratching their heads after she showed up to the 2013 Emmy Awards with a new bobbed haircut... or so everyone thought.Emmy for Best Actress in a drama, quickly spilled the beans about the new ‘do on the red carpet, revealing to Ryan Seacrest and Lena Dunham that the bob was a fake, created by pinning back her long locks.
The biggest names in television strolled the red carpet at the 2013 Emmy Awards on Sunday with red hot dresses and ethereal, understated gowns emerging as this year’s trends.
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Audi will be returning for the third consecutive year as the official automotive partner of the Television Academy and will highlight the brand’s TDI clean diesel vehicles throughout this year’s Emmy Awards, amplifying the company’s dedication to efficiency and high-performance.
Audi will also collaborate with luxury fashion brand Altuzarra to create a stylish and luxurious backstage retreat for nominees, presenters and award recipients in the Green Room.
Actress Claire Danes graces the August cover of Vogue magazine, talking about her career slump.
After starring in the 2010 HBO biopic "Temple Grandin," which earned her an Emmy and a Golden Globe, Danes says she had a tough time finding roles. "I was stuck… it was confusing. I got a lot of plaudits, and it didn't translate into more work. I was really, really struggling during that time. It was grim. I was very hurt. Two years of not working was brutal, and a point came where I thought, ‘I really like interior design.’ Someone suggested, 'Maybe your real success is in your personal life.'"
“Extra’s” inside the chicest, coolest, most expensive star pads Manhattan’s ever seen!
Edie Falco’s 3,000 square-foot Tribeca penthouse, Claire Danes’ mid century modern SoHo dream pad and Joan Collins’ Manhattan dynasty are among the multi-million dollar estates on the market.
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Visit CoreNYC.com for more information on Joan Collins' estate and Luxe.TruliaBlog.com for more on Claire Danes and Edie Falco's pads.
The heartwarming tale of a tail in "Dolphin Tale" took the number one spot over the weekend, with "Moneyball" and "The Lion King 3D" filling the number two and three spots, respectively.
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