If this is true, it is absolutely crazy!
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Mandy Moore certainly brought her game face!
On Sunday, the Tangled star hit the red carpet for the Emmys and impressed in a gorgeous canary yellow gown. LOVES it!
While Miz Moore isn't a noob to TV, the brunette beauty was clearly at the awards show to promote her upcoming NBC drama This Is Us. But hey were not complaining, especially since the 32-year-old came dressed to impress! Here's hoping Mandy's new show will shine as much as her red carpet ensemble!
Not to mention, The Princess Diaries alum was absolutely glowing at the Tinseltown event. That's probably thanks to the warm makeup the industry vet donned to close out her entire look. Well done!
What do YOU think? Are you a fan of Mandy's red carpet ensemble?
SOUND OFF in the comments (below)!
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Babies on the brain!
Mandy Moore has baby fever thanks to her role as an expectant mother having triplets on NBC's This Is Us!
The actress revealed to People:
"There is something fundamentally biological about [becoming a mother]. Doing the show and holding the babies, I feel it on my insides. It definitely made my ovaries start kicking!"
"It's about that time in my life. I'm definitely ready."
The 32-year-old's divorce from husband of five years Ryan Adams was finalized this June, and she has plenty of time to get to baby-making with musician boyfriend Taylor Goldsmith.
Get right on it, you two! LOLz!
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It's been nearly two months since Mandy Moore's divorce from Ryan Adams was finalized, and the 32-year-old says she's doing "fantastic" since the split.
Speaking for the first time on the official breakup on Tuesday during the This Is Us panel at the Television Critics Association, the 32-year-old gave an update on her life as a single woman:
"Fantastic! It's tough. Life is not easy. I think it's been great to be able to take all of the chapters in my life and be able to pour it into a job like this because it all helps. It's all fuel."
"I think everything happens for a reason. I think I spent a good portion of the last years of my life really pouring all of my energy into my life and relationship, and now that that's sort of not part of my life any more. It's just not a coincidence to me that things sort of opened back up, and I'm able to focus back on myself again."
Good for her!
We're so happy to see her focusing on herself and getting back into her career.
She laughingly admitted:
We've sure got a lot to look forward to in the future as Hillary Clinton was officially declared the Presidential nominee for the Democratic Party on Tuesday night at the Democratic National Convention!
While there were plenty of inspiring moments from last night's event, including Bill Clinton's touching speech and Alicia Keys' performance, one of the most unforgettable ones was the video a TON of celebs made singing Rachel Platten's Fight Song in the style of Pitch Perfect!
Of course, there was no one more appropriate to lead the group than Pitch Perfect 2's director Elizabeth Banks as she was joined by Mandy Moore, Aisha Tyler, Jaime King, Jane Fonda, Connie Britton, Kristin Chenoweth, Idina Menzel, Ian Somerhalder, Nikki Reed, Julie Bowen, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, America Ferrera, and Eva Longoria.
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing video (below) and share your thoughts on the election so far!
On Wednesday, the former flames ran into each other on the Paramount Studios lot while working on their respective TV shows and made sure to document the surprising encounter. LOVES it!
For the selfie (above), The Princess Diaries alum took to Instagram and wrote:
Hollywood has lost another great.
As we previously reported, beloved director and producer Garry Marshall passed away on Tuesday evening due to complications of pneumonia, not long after he had suffered from a stroke, in a hospital located in Burbank, CA. He was 81 years old.
Marshall is best known for launching many actors' careers through his hits like Pretty Woman, The Princess Diaries, Beaches, and more. So it's no wonder that this death quite an impact on Tinseltown. In fact, many A-listers have since taken to Twitter and Instagram to mourn the late industry vet — including Rob Lowe, Mandy Moore, Kathy Bates, and countless others.