Stonestreet smiled, “I think it's pretty clear everywhere I go I'm pretty fashionable. I was thinking that since today we're at The Grove, if you wouldn’t mind I could pick out like three people and give them like a Hollywood TV makeover.”
Watch how it turned out!
“Extra” caught up with “Modern Family” star Eric Stonestreet at the 2012 Emmy Awards on Sunday, and he responded to the recent rumor that he and actress Charlize Theron are dating.
He told “Extra” host Maria Menounos he thought it was hilarious and he feels like he’s a target of a “practical joke.”
“Modern Family” star Eric Stonestreet joined Purina Beneful in opening a brand new $500,000 dog park in Alabaster, Alabama.
"Extra's" Adrianna Costa had a backstage pass at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, talking with all the winners, including the cast of "Modern Family."
"If you give Ed O'Neill three words in a sentence, he will get the biggest laugh you've ever heard with three words," said Eric Stonestreet, referring to his "Modern Family" co-star O'Neill, who gave the SAG Award acceptance speech for the show's Best Comedy Series Ensemble win.
The "Stand Up to Cancer" telethon Friday was an opportunity for Hollywood A-listers to stand up for those who have had or are now battling the disease, including Michael Douglas.
"He's one of my favorite actors ever," actor Rob Lowe told "Extra's" Lauren Sanchez. "One of my favorite people ever, and he's got everything going for him. Everything."
"Stand Up to Cancer" Co-Founder Katie Couric added, "I think he's remarkably courageous. I think he's so brave to talk candidly and openly about his situation."
"Modern Family" and "Mad Men" were the big winners at the 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Sunday night, picking up awards for Best Drama and Best Comedy series, respectively.
The stylized 1960's drama won its third Emmy in a row, while the newbie docu-comedy won its first award.
See photos of the Emmy red carpet arrivals!
"Family's" Eric Stonestreet grabbed the night's first Emmy, winning for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series, with Jane Lynch following up as Best Supporting Actress for her turn as the mean Sue Sylvester in "Glee." Watch her backstage at the Emmys!