Uh-oh, drama is a-brewin' on the Glee set and we're not talking about the scripted dramz!
Talk about a figurative slap in the face!
But maybe life is imitating art for these two!
While it's not quite winter yet, the German beauty seemed to be celebrating the end of summer in a long sleeve, purple velvet Alberta Ferretti gown.
To complement her regal look, Diane accessorized with beautiful star burst H. Stern jewels and an obligatory Jaeger-LeCoultre watch.
As for Josh, he was more than happy to pose next to his leading lady on the black carpet in a standard tux and matching boot for his bum foot.
Such a classy couple, are they not???
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And Chad Kroeger makes an appearance as her Prince Charming! Aww!
Looks like these two are still very much in their honeymoon period!
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The one thing that really makes us sad about Mary Louise Parker threatening to leave acting is that we'll no longer see her on red carpets!
The stunning actress has been making quite the rounds promoting her new movie, Red 2, and while we've been impressed, this one is definitely the winner!
Even MLP's hair and makeup were perfectly on point with her brunette curls cascading down her shoulders and her subtle makeup that included rosy cheeks and a light pink lip color.
Why would she ever consider quitting acting when she has so many red carpet events to look forward to???
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Snow White and her daughter may be the fairest of the land, but unfortch, they didn't quite cut it at Comic-Con.
Not to say that Ginnifer Goodwin and Jennifer Morrison aren't two of the loveliest, and let's face it, HOTTEST fairytale gals at the nerdvention, but we just weren't feeling the magic in their dresses at the Once Upon A Time panel.
Ginny definitely represented her character by wearing a snowy white Derek Lam tunic dress with pockets and gray suede pointed heels for the event's red carpet.
Obviously, we love pockets just as much as the next person, but we can't help but think that her frock looks more like an apron - especially considering the fact that she was absolutely swimming in the dress.
Meanwhile, Jen brought on the whimsical romanticism with a braid crown on top of her head, but her Philosophy di Alberta Ferretti floral-print bustier and violet striped and polka-dot skirt were taking abstract to a whole new level.
Even more distracting were her cream YSL pumps that were far too blunt and didn't mesh well with the rest of the ensem.
True, Comic-Con is the place to experiment and take risks, but we were hoping for some more glitz and glam from Gin and Jen!
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Christina Ricci knows exactly how hard it is to grow up in the spotlight — she’s been through it!
In the Modern Romance issue of Edit magazine, she both poses very romantically and opens up about her style difficulties growing up.
She reminisced about that fateful Cannes outfit, saying:
If there's a way to make Australia hotter, then Sandra Bullock knows how to do it!
With the Sydney Opera House as her backdrop, the actress posed for pictures Tuesday afternoon at The Heat photocall wearing a chic blue Alberta Ferretti sleeveless sheer top with a ruffled neck and matching electric blue pants.
Black L.A.M.B. strappy booties finished off her look because, honestly, with all that color radiating off of her, that's all she needs.
As for accessories, Sandy kept those to a minimum, only opting for studs and a wristwatch, but her long sleek hair was on point and her natural makeup just accentuated her glowing skin.
Talk about heating things up! This woman is FLAW…LESS!
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For reasons unknown, Kate Beckinsale attended the Star Trek Into Darkness premiere in Hollywood on Tuesday night.
Wearing a black Alberta Ferretti strapless dress with cutaway hem, the actress looked rather simple.
If it wasn't for her toned bod and perfectly symmetrical face, we might not have recognized her.
This is definitely a case of the star outshining the dress, although her strappy neon Jimmy Choos brought some excitement to the ensem.
Overall, not horrible, but nothing to write home about either.
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