Look back at the fashions of awards shows past - good and bad! Can you match the stars with their styles?
What better way to enjoy Sunday's Academy Awards than by throwing a little party with your closest friends? And since every soiree needs an ice-breaking game, we've created just the thing to spice up your viewing: iVillage's Awards Show Bingo!
The Golden Globes had more than a few surprises this year with its nominations (The Tourist is a comedy? Burlesque is award-worthy?). But aside from who did get nominated, who didn't get nominated was just as surprising.
Five days into the new year, and the awards show season is already upon us! First up is a fun one: The People's Choice Awards (CBS, Wednesday at 9 p.m. ET). The lovable Queen Latifah, who shockingly has never won one of these herself, will return as host for a second year in a row.
For the second year in a row, the job of hosting the Academy Awards will be tackled by not one, but two A-list actors. While It's Complicated costars Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin handled last year's show, it's been announced that Anne Hathaway and James Franco will be at the helm of the 2011 Oscars.
Take a look back and see the stars who brought the glamour (hello, Halle!) and those whose faux pas will go down in infamy (Tara Reid!)
The nominees for the 68th Annual Golden Globes were announced this morning, and it was good news for the cast of Mark Walhberg's The Fighter, Natalie Portman's Black Swan, Angelina Jolie, Johnny Depp and everyone's favorite singing students, the cast of Glee.
If you were nominated for a major acting award, you might react with tears of joy, a squeal of disbelief, or perhaps a very excited Facebook update. Angelina Jolie, however, is cooler than all of us -- which is why she reacted to her Golden Globe nomination by laughing it off with co-star Johnny Depp.
Proving that vampires are still all the rage, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse came in on top at Wednesday night's People's Choice Awards, hosted by Queen Latifah.
The nominees for the 17th Screen Actors Guild were announced this morning and The Social Network, Black Swan, The Fighter, The Kids Are All Right and The King's Speech continue their reign over the awards season thus far.
The competition is heating up for the award that nobody wants: the Razzie Awards! The Razzies, short for Golden Raspberries, have been honoring the year's worst movies and performances for the past 30 years. Last year, Sandra Bullock had the unprecedented honor of winning both a Razzie Award for Worst Actress (for All About Steve) and an Academy Award for Best Actress (for The Blind Side).