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Summer may be winding down, but the happenings in Hollywood are not.Sunday night, the 66th annual Emmy Awards, hosted by Seth Myers, honored the most successful television shows of the season. Celebrities dressed to the nines crowded the Nokia Theater as the best of the best lined up to accept their awards. Topping off the night, earning honors in four big categories was AMC’s drama, “Breaking Bad,” with wins for Aaron Paul and Anna Gunn in the supporting acting categories and Bryan Cranston in the lead actor category. “Breaking Bad” also won for Outstanding Drama Series. Fan favorite sitcom “Modern Family” took home the top honors for Outstanding Comedy series, and “Fargo” captured the award for Best Miniseries.
While Meyers made sure to crack jokes throughout the evening to keep the audience entertained, one portion of the night remained serious, as Billy Crystal took over the stage to honor the late Robin Williams. The fabulous fashion, lighthearted comedy, and adoration of the viewers’ favorite shows are just a few of the reasons why fans can’t wait for next years Emmy’s to come around. Congrats to all of the winners!
With six kids and enough star power between the two of them to take over Hollywood, it’s about time Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie made it official! The power couple tied the knot Saturday in a private ceremony at Chateau Miraval in France, with only 22 guests in attendance. Aside from Brangelina, their kids, Maddox, 12, Pax, 11, Zahara, 9, Shiloh, 8, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 6, Pitt’s parents and his brother and sister were in attendance. Though it’s not known who else showed up to the wedding, a source in attendance says that Angie wore a traditional dress draped in antique lace and silk. Congrats, Brad and Angelina!
After undergoing throat surgery, Joan Rivers has been hospitalized due to complications following the surgery. The 81-year-old comedienne was rushed to the hospital in New York City Thursday after she stopped breathing while undergoing a minor endoscopic procedure. Her daughter, Melissa Rivers, and son, Cooper, are by her side, and Joan remains in critical condition in the ICU. We hope that Joan Rivers has a safe recovery!
Calling all “Full House” fans—your day just got better! A “Full House” revival is reportedly already in the works, and it won’t just be a reboot. Most of the original cast, including John Stamos, Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, Bob Saget, and Dave Coulier are all onboard to return to their characters. It’s unsure if Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen will reprise their roles as the youngest Tanner, Michelle. If you’re feeling nostalgic while waiting for this 90s classic to return, check out the “Boy Meets World” reboot, “Girl Meets World,” on the Disney Channel.