by (@missmuttoo)

Trend Orange Tries To Win The Style Stakes At The Emmys

Trend Orange Gowns At Emmys

The color yellow didn’t do too well on the Emmys carpet, but how did its citrus counterpart, orange, fare? Not too good, either, sadly. There were a few exceptions, though. Ginnifer Goodwin and Padma Lakshmi‘s gorgeous tangerine gowns — both by Monique Lhuillier — landed them on the best-dressed list for the night. Cat Deely worked it in a one-shouldered dramatic gown that looked like it may have been a Monique number as well. But that’s as far as the awesome orange went. A few came close. Nancy O’Dell‘s two-toned gown may have worked had it not been for that stip of cream shoulder strap and her distracting earrings. Gretchen Mol‘s gown started okay at the top but draped listlessly on her body. Her orange bag and heels made the whole thing too matchy-matchy as well. Jessica Lange — how we love you. We just wish your gown fit better! Have a look — along with all the other orange gowns — in our gallery below.

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by (@hallekiefer)

True Blood Star To Replace Hilary Duff In Bonnie And Clyde

Blonde swap! It seems that instead of Hilary Duff, Lindsay Pulsipher will star in  The Story of Bonnie And Clyde, the biopic of famed bank robbers Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow. Appearing across from as-yet uncast Clyde, Pulsipher is most well-known for playing werepanther Crystal Norris on True Blood, a sentence that just convinced us that we have to start watching True Blood.

Considering that Hilary Duff’s pregnancy might have the actress craving some free time (and, um, she made $100,000 to do nothing), we doubt Hilary is too peeved about the casting decision. “We are thrilled to welcome Lindsay Pulsipher as Bonnie Parker in The Story of Bonnie and Clyde,” the film’s producter Tonya S. Holly told Us Magazine. “Lindsay will undoubtedly bring many layers to this critical role. This is a gripping story about two of the most legendary fugitives in history.” And if the producers want to play fast and loose with whether or not Bonnie and Clude were actually werepanthers…we’re not going to lodge any complaints.