On Snapchat Thursday, Kyles shared a short clip of herself inside an empty store and said:
Instead of Manus X Machina, the theme at this red carpet seemed to center more on clean lines and cleavage.
Sofia slid her curves into a bright pink strapless column dress, accessorizing with nude pumps and a choker, while Ariel stunned in a low-cut black knee-length dress featuring a scooped slit on the left side.
Her strappy studded heels and gold clutch gave the LBD just the right touch of panache.
Also, we're so into Ariel's hair. She's really living up to a certain namesake mermaid! LOLz!
[Image via Getty Images.]
Just weeks before Strahan early exit, the daytime duo walked out with their trophies for Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Host on Monday's show.
And probably because they were too distracted by other issues at hand, neither TV personality had any idea the award show was happening this weekend! Ripa told the audience:
On Sunday, the cohosts of four years won the 2016 Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Host — in the midst of Ripa being blindsided by Disney execs over Strahan's secret move to Good Morning America.
As for the less-ironic winners of the night, General Hospital was named the year's best daytime drama series — and other winning programs included The Talk, The Chew, The Price is Right, Extra, and CBS Sunday Morning!
Since Strahan is exiting LIVE! next week, we hope the show's Emmy win will serve as a friendly reminder for the cohosts to play nice during the remainder of their time together on air — but we're not holding our breath! LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out the full list of Daytime Emmy winners (below)!
It always catches us off guard when the political world meets pop culture… but we're absolutely living for it!
It will be ten years since The West Wing went off the air next month, but the Aaron Sorkin-penned show is still relevant today thanks to its politics and its all star cast.
And its current streamability on Netflix…
Well, one of the most famous members of President Bartlet's administration decided to stop by the White House on Friday to brief the press in character!
Allison Janney took the podium as C.J. Cregg and began to answer questions before eventually handing things over to IRL Press Secretary Joshua Earnest, much to the surprise of reporters.
Apparently, the Emmy Award-winning actress was in Washington, D.C. with Chuck Lorre to bring serious attention to America's opiate problem — something her character on Mom struggles with — and decided that calling back to another hit show of hers would be the best way to do it!
If this is going to become a thing, we want Darby Stanchfield as Abby Whelan from Scandal to show up next week to address our nation's crippling love triangle outbreak. LOLz!!!
Ch-ch-check out Allison Janney's full speech as C.J. Cregg (below)!!!
She will be missed.
As we reported, Doris Roberts passed away on Sunday at the age of 90. She is survived by her son Michael Cannata, Jr. and her three grandchildren.
On Monday, her Everybody Loves Raymond co-stars responded to the tragic news.
Lead actor Ray Romano gave the following statement
Amy Schumer is one hot Mother of Dragons!
The comedienne is gearing up for the fourth season of Inside Amy Schumer, and is looking straight out of Westeros in the newest promo.
Teasing that "Schwinter is coming," the 34-year-old promised not to spoil the upcoming season — but does give some pretty flawless evidence on why she thinks Jon Snow is alive!
Ch-ch-check out the funny clip ahead of Inside Amy Schumer's Season Four premiere Thursday, April 21 at 10 p.m. EST on Comedy Central (below)!!!
This breaks our hearts.
It's been reported that veteran television writer Tom Whedon died on Wednesday at the age of 83.
The Emmy-winning scribe and producer worked on shows like The Golden Girls, Captain Kangaroo, and The Electric Company.
Tom is also the father of talented writers — including Avengers writer-director Joss Whedon, who also wrote the screenplay for Toy Story and helmed several hit shows like Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Firefly, and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
The New York native's father was screenwriter John Whedon, who wrote on The Donna Reed Show and The Dick Van Dyke Show — clearly, the Whedon family has a pretty talented gene pool.
On Friday, Tom's other son Jed Whedon — whose credits include Agends of S.H.I.E.L.D and Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog — shared the news of his father's passing on Instagram, writing:
Thomas Avery Whedon, 1932 - 2016. We said goodbye to our dad yesterday. He passed away in relative peace surrounded by his wife, all five of his boys and their loved ones. He gave us the gift of his warmth and humor. We miss him terribly. Love you dad.A photo posted by Jed Whedon (@misterkarate) on Mar 24, 2016 at 5:58pm PDT
What an accomplished career.
It's always hard losing a loved one, but we're sure Tom's legacy will live on through the talents of his family.
[Image via Instagram.]