Rob Kardashian is back! Well, sort of.
Check out RK's post (below):
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We love Iain and Iain loves theater!
From talking tuxes with Bryan Cranston to sailing with Sting, everyone stopped by for a chat, including the legendary Chita Rivera!
And you won't believe what Iain asked Hand To God's Robert Askins!
Plus, what does So You Think You Can Dance's Nigel Lythgoe see in the future for our tapdancing talent?
Ch-ch-check out the video above, and for complete Tony's coverage click here!
Ah, with all the best dressed peeps out there, there are bound to be a few worst dressed celebs on the red carpet!
Luckily for them, only one will be named the worst dressed of the night at the 2015 Tony Awards and that decision is left in YOUR hands!
Starting from the left, Elisabeth's multi-colored floral gown proved to be too much for our taste. The flowers just made it too top busy and the white skirt left us wanting more.
Sutton's ombre gown did NOT impress us at all… Not to mention the lines between each color block left us a little confused as to why they were there.
Then there's Amanda's short gold and black gown with a sheer panel line near the hem of the skirt. While black and gold is a great color combination, the off the shoulder dress was just not a good look.
So…what do you think??
Who do YOU think is the worst dressed at the 2015 Tony Awards?!
Total Votes: 2,329
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Check out this adorably dynamic duo!!
Since Miz Foster is no stranger to the Big Apple (hello, she's a Tony-winning Broadway legend) we're hoping she's been showing our Duffster the ropes!
In the series, Sutton's 40-year-old single mother character must adjust to living a secret 20-something life, after a terrible divorce rattles her to the core.
We can't wait to watch Hilary help her start over! They are too cute!
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We've been waiting for this!!
And this fantastical vid proves it!
In the (above) preview clip, we finally see the ladies together, along with Entourage actress Debi Mazar, who's helping Sutton's character adjust to a secret 20-something life as an actual 40-year-old single mother!
This is gonna be so HIGHlarious with age gap brilliance!
Now, THAT is how you bring the house down!
She's a two-time winner, close to nabbing her third tonight, and Sutton Foster just continues to prove what an astounding talent she really is!
At the Tony Awards tonight, she along with her fellow cast members of Violet shared the beauty and power of their musical with not one, but two performances!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to watch rainbow of talent shine bright with Violet!!!
Though, considering she's nominated tonight for her role in Violet, is anyone else thinking she missed an opportunity with her choice in outfit color?
Love the bandeau top! Love the way ruffles at the bottom! LOVE the gold accessories.
Love, love, love everything about this!
What thoroughly modern look for the nominated actress! Will she walk away with trophy #3 tonight???
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Sutton Foster is not even 40 years old yet and she is already one of the greatest musical theater actresses of all time!!!!
Like Audra McDonald, there seems to be nothing Sutton can't do on the stage!
In the Roundabout Theater Company's new Broadway production of Violet, Foster plays the title character, for which she was just nominated for a Tony, and she gets to show so much range as an actress/singer.
This isn't her typical musical comedy role. This is a character in pain, disfigured, seeking salvation, LONGING for love and so vulnerable! And Sutton plays all those moments beautifully, as well as adding some much-needed lightheartedness also.
Foster is in the show almost the entire time, which means we are blessed with song after song in which she's soars - solo or with a partner.
Her voice sounds SOOOOOO GOOD in this!!!
Lots of great tunes in this show, with church number Raise Me Up particularly bringing the roof down!
And besides Sutton, Joshua Henry is also superb as a potential suitor of Violet's.
The show is very satisfying, BUT….
It would have been even more enjoyable under different direction!
Director Leigh Silverman's vision seemed basic and uninspired. And some of his choices were just misguided.
Having the orchestra on stage in this show really took away. It felt like an Encores production, which is where this revival of Violet began. But it shouldn't have remained that way for the Broadway transfer!
Whereas in Chicago, which also got its revival start at Encores, the orchestra is addressed and makes sense - in Violet the orchestra is ignored and unnecessary on stage. They're distracting!
So many moments could have been more beautiful and poignant if there ware more of a set for them and lighting focus.
And, another puzzling decision, for which we can only blame the director, is the choice to have Sutton's character NOT have a visible scar. Violet suffered a serious accident at a young age and was left with a horrible facial reminder, which affects the way people treat her, yet that is not visually represented on Foster's face.
We didn't need Phantom Of The Opera makeup, but we needed SOMETHING!
Thankfully, though, the show's music and actors more than make up for those shortcomings.