Scarlett Johansson regrets crimped hairstyle at 2004 Tony Awards

Scarlett Johansson regrets attending the 2004 Tony Awards with a crimped hairstyle.The Avengers: Endgame actress opened up to People about her biggest beauty disaster, and revealed that it was back in 2004 when she attended the Tony Awards. Scarlett we…

Scarlett Johansson regrets attending the 2004 Tony Awards with a crimped hairstyle.

The Avengers: Endgame actress opened up to People about her biggest beauty disaster, and revealed that it was back in 2004 when she attended the Tony Awards.

Scarlett went on to explain that she had asked to look like one of her acting heroes and instead ended up rocking an out-of-date crimped hairstyle as she hit the red carpet wearing a fitted, floor-length black gown.

“There was a year that I went to the Tony Awards – I must have been 19 or 20. I wanted a hairstyle that looked like Jean Harlow’s. It looked like a crimping iron,” the 34-year-old stated. “Basically, a crimping iron was taking a stand on my head.”

“Yeah, it was electrical socket crazy,” Scarlett joked, before adding that her hair fail now “lives on the interweb forever.”

Scarlett is no stranger to experimenting with her hair and has dyed her tresses a fiery red, blonde, brunette and changed up her styles with long flowing locks to short pixie cuts over the years.

“The best thing about hair colour is that it’s only temporary,” she told InStyle magazine in 2017, before explaining that she’s mainly switched up her hair because of a movie role.

The mother-of-one rocked red hair to play Black Widow in Iron Man 2 and the subsequent Avengers movies, while she chopped off her hair to star in upcoming Noah Baumbach-directed Netflix film, Marriage Story.

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Sarah Hyland responds to fans comparing her and Emily Ratajkowski’s dresses

Sarah Hyland has responded to fans comparing photos of her and Emily Ratajkowski in similar dresses.The Modern Family actress took to Instagram on Monday to post a side-by-side snap of herself in a black dress with cutout detailing which was taken over…

Sarah Hyland has responded to fans comparing photos of her and Emily Ratajkowski in similar dresses.

The Modern Family actress took to Instagram on Monday to post a side-by-side snap of herself in a black dress with cutout detailing which was taken over a decade ago, and a picture of the actress/model sporting a near identical version made by Michael Kors to the 2019 Tony Awards.

“The sisterhood of the travelling Tony dress. Spotted on Sarah Hyland in 2007. @emrata Spotted in 2019 wearing it 100000 per cent BETTER,” she captioned the snap.

While Sarah meant for the post to be playful, a number of Instagram users began making comparisons between the two women, and she was later forced to add to her caption.

“I can’t believe I’m editing this. I’m NOT comparing. This is supposed to be a funny post. PLEASE do NOT say anything rude about ‘who looks better’ It’s not even the same dress,” the 28-year-old wrote.

Accordingly, a number of the star’s followers showed support for her statement, with one user writing, “Welcome to 2019 where we have to explain our jokes. Ohhh what a time to be alive,” and another commenting, “You just both look amazing #womensupportingwomen.”

A third added: “You both look gorgeous!”

In addition, Emily also caught wind of the post and noted in the comments section: “You look amazing,” along with a string of red heart emojis.

This is not the first time Sarah has had to defend an Instagram post. Last year, she was accused of appearing too thin in a bikini selfie by several trolls, and later took to her Instagram Stories to highlight how she abides by a healthy diet and actually eats a lot of carbs.

“I’ve been reading some of your DMs (direct messages) and so many of you are like, ‘Girl, you fine but like, eat some bread!’ So I would like to put in a request for anyone who is concerned about my bread consumption to send to (boyfriend) Wells Adams, because he is the sole person who knows about how much bread I consume on a daily basis. Thanks!” she insisted.

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Emily Ratajkowski debuts chic bob hairstyle at 2019 Tony Awards

Emily Ratajkowski showed off a new bob hairstyle at the 2019 Tony Awards on Sunday night.The actress/model pulled out all of the stops for her appearance at the annual bash held at the Radio City Music Hall in New York City, stopping to pose for photog…

Emily Ratajkowski showed off a new bob hairstyle at the 2019 Tony Awards on Sunday night.

The actress/model pulled out all of the stops for her appearance at the annual bash held at the Radio City Music Hall in New York City, stopping to pose for photographers on the red carpet.

But it wasn’t just Emily’s sexy black cutout Michael Kors gown that had fashionistas talking, but her new hairstyle too.

Courtesy of her hairdresser Jennifer Yepez, the brunette’s latest crop falls just above her shoulders and was styled to evoke former U.S. First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy’s signature look.

“Dreamy @emrata today at the Tony Awards,” wrote Yepez alongside a close-up snap of Emily on her Instagram page.

Emily’s outfit was accessorised with Lorraine Schwartz jewellery, while her make-up artist Linda Hay was in charge of her beauty look. The expert used Pat McGrath’s Skin Fetish: Highlighter + Balm Duo to even her complexion and gave her a smoky eye by using the brown tones in the Mothership II: Sublime Palette.

Linda also opted to line Emily’s pout with Pat McGrath’s Permagel Ultra Lip Pencil in Done Undone and topped it with a layer of Blitztrance Lipstick in Skinsane 136, a light pink with a hint of golden shimmer.

Other stars to make a sartorial statement at the 2019 Tony Awards included Samira Wiley, who opted for an emerald green Pamella Roland number, Sutton Foster, who opted for an elegant Luisa Beccaria gown, and Ruth Wilson, who looked stunning in a red lace dress from Brandon Maxwell.

“The most divine human being, and one of the very first women to ever wear our clothes. Tony Nominee #ruthwilson wears our caped evening gown in B leopard jacquard from the new pre-collection to tonight’s Tony awards in New York City,” the designer captioned a photo of Ruth on his Instagram page.

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Anna Wintour on Tony Awards’ Pride red carpet: ‘It was my daughter’s idea’

Anna Wintour has credited her daughter Bee Shaffer for coming up with the idea to incorporate the rainbow pride flag on the Tony Awards red carpet.While Broadway’s biggest stars walked the red carpet at the annual ceremony – hosted by James Corden – at…

Anna Wintour has credited her daughter Bee Shaffer for coming up with the idea to incorporate the rainbow pride flag on the Tony Awards red carpet.

While Broadway’s biggest stars walked the red carpet at the annual ceremony – hosted by James Corden – at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on Sunday, the Vogue editor-in-chief worked hard behind the scenes with designer Raul Avila on the stunning floral display.

A staggering 22,000 roses were spray painted by hand to form a rainbow floral wall that lined the red carpet, with stars including Billy Porter, Bryan Cranston, Tina Fey, Lucy Liu and Adam Driver posing in front of the symbol that represents the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) community.

“It was my daughter’s idea,” Wintour told Entertainment Tonight. “I was going to do lilac and purple, and she said, ‘No, just go for the stripes.’ And she was right.

“We’ve tried all sorts of different widths, and we ended up with his. They’re all spray painted by hand, all 22,000 roses.”

The rainbow-hued red carpet was in honour of World Pride, which is being hosted this year by New York City in conjunction with NYC Pride.

Work on the stunning Pride-themed red carpet began a few days before the Tony Awards, with a custom-built wall created to try and withstand the staggering amount of flowers.

“Anna always has such clear vision for the creative direction,” Avila, who has worked with Wintour on the Met Gala since 2007, explained. “The floral display is a reflection and celebration of the performing arts community as we hit the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising.

“This is an extremely important year for us and the Broadway community.”

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Billy Porter wore curtain from Broadway’s Kinky Boots to 2019 Tony Awards

Billy Porter wore an outfit made from the red velvet curtain from the final performance of Kinky Boots to the 2019 Tony Awards. The 49-year-old, who fronted the Cyndi Lauper musical when it opened on Broadway in 2013, walked the Radio City Music Hall …

Billy Porter wore an outfit made from the red velvet curtain from the final performance of Kinky Boots to the 2019 Tony Awards.

The 49-year-old, who fronted the Cyndi Lauper musical when it opened on Broadway in 2013, walked the Radio City Music Hall red carpet on Sunday in an Elizabethan-inspired red-and-pink tuxedo top, tulle skirt, and matching cigarette pant made from the curtain.

The eye-catching ensemble was a sweet tribute to the musical, which landed Porter his first-ever Tony Award.

According to The New York Times, designers at handbag company Scenery Bags purchased the red velvet curtain after Kinky Boots closed in April last year and contacted the Pose star to see if the wanted it fashioned into a bag.

His stylist Sam Ratelle came up with the idea for the look and went to designer Sergio Guadarrama and creative director Cade Johnson of Celestino Couture to create the gown.

“I want to flip the question of what it means to be a man,” Porter told The New York Times ahead of the Tony Awards. “This question of masculinity, this sort of microscope of heteronormative masculinity that we are very often held up to, especially as leading men, needs to be shattered.

“You know, it’s toxic and I’m over it and I’ve lived it and I’m not doing it anymore.”

The dress also included an embroidered uterus as a nod to “empowering women’s reproductive rights,” and more than 30,000 Swarovski crystals.

“This is exactly what I was looking for – pants but drama,” he added.

The over-the-top star stunned in a custom Christian Siriano tuxedo gown for the Oscars back in February and was carried on a golden palanquin through the Met Gala pink carpet in a bejewelled Egyptian-inspired catsuit last month.

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Christian Siriano joining forces with TJ Maxx

Christian Siriano is partnering with TJ Maxx on a purse-friendly clothing, accessories and homeware collection.The former Project Runway champion, who launched his mega-successful label on the back of the show in 2008, is one of the best-loved designer…

Christian Siriano is partnering with TJ Maxx on a purse-friendly clothing, accessories and homeware collection.

The former Project Runway champion, who launched his mega-successful label on the back of the show in 2008, is one of the best-loved designers working in fashion, thanks to his size inclusive creations.

And now fashion fans with tighter budgets than Siriano’s celebrity clientele can get their hands on his work thanks to his new partnership.

“I love to have a balance. I think it’s very important. I think you can start one place at this fantasy dream world and you can take it in all directions,” the 32-year-old told philly.com. “We just started partnering with TJ Maxx, we are going to be doing clothes, home goods, accessories, rugs, pillows, dresses, tops. I’ve been doing Payless (discount footwear company) for almost 10 years now. Can you believe it? I put my shoes on the runway. I love pairing a $10,000 dress with a $20 shoe. That’s what fashion is. That’s what style is.”

Numerous stars showed off Siriano’s designs at the recent Tony Awards, including Laurie Metcalf, who scooped the Tony for Broadway production Three Tall Women, and stage star Laura Osnes.

Siriano himself was also recently honoured, making the 2018 Time 100 List.

“I mean, it’s crazy to be up there with amazing people like Oprah,” he exclaimed. “I feel really proud, like I’m helping change the industry and what their thoughts are on what’s beautiful in fashion. I hope other people follow. It feels good.”

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Kerry Washington stuns in festive silver at 2018 Tony Awards

Kerry Washington dazzled in a silver jumpsuit at the 2018 Tony Awards on Sunday night (10Jun18).The Scandal actress, who is currently gearing up to headline in the production of American Son, led the glamour at the Broadway celebration held at Radio Ci…

Kerry Washington dazzled in a silver jumpsuit at the 2018 Tony Awards on Sunday night (10Jun18).

The Scandal actress, who is currently gearing up to headline in the production of American Son, led the glamour at the Broadway celebration held at Radio City Music Hall in New York.

Kerry stepped out in a stunning Atelier Versace number complete with plunging neckline, cutouts on the bodice, crystal embellishment and a dramatic train. She topped off the ensemble with bling from Lorraine Schwartz and Orifa Jewels.

“I figured that I wanted to sparkle a little,” the 41-year-old told Entertainment Tonight of her outfit. “I love theatre and I’m so excited to be coming back to Broadway. So, I wanted to really make tonight as festive as possible.”

But Kerry wasn’t the only star to wear silver to the bash; Mean Girls musical writer Tina Fey hit the red carpet in a long silver gown with feather detailing on the skirt from Thom Browne and Cartier jewellery while Tiffany Haddish rocked a shimmering grey Michael Kors jumpsuit.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel actress Rachel Brosnahan made a return to the red carpet following the death of her aunt, fashion designer Kate Spade, choosing a beautiful rose print Dolce & Gabbana gown with long sleeves for the occasion.

Orphan Black star Tatiana Maslany chose a floral dress from Zac Posen and Mean Girls show star Taylor Louderman was elegant in a colour-blocked pink, white and orange gown designed by Christian Siriano.

“Chic and fabulous! The amazing #taylorlouderman looked so amazing tonight in custom Siriano at the #tonyawards,” the designer gushed over Taylor’s look in a post shared on Instagram.

But it wasn’t just the ladies who got dressed up for the night; The Boys in the Band actors Matt Bomer, Zachary Quinto, Andrew Rannells and Jim Parsons attended the show in colour-coordinated tuxedos from Paul Smith.

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