The Emmy red carpet constitutes the most memorable part of the annual ceremony each year. From those who rock their wardrobe to those who chose flamboyantly unflattering fashion, the Emmy red carpet never fails to entertain. And that was true at the 2015 Emmy Awards ceremony this year. Although they don’t give out official Emmy Red Carpet Fashion prizes, it seems as if each year, one standout emerges.
And for 2015, the sizzling star on the Emmy red carpet was Sofia Vergara, who turned heads amid all the contenders at the Emmy Awards fashion scene, reported the Independent.
2015 Emmy Awards Red Carpet Fashion No. 1 Sizzler
How did Sofia earn top spot on the Emmy red carpet fashion list? Credit goes to a combination of Vergara’s stunningly curvy body and a tightly fitting St. John gown.
But when it came to combining taking home the gold as well as rocking the red carpet, the win goes to Game of Thrones. In addition to numerous awards, the show’s performers showed up in various ways on the best dressed list.
For fashion, Downton Abbey star Joanne Froggatt also proved that she’s a true fashionista by turning heads on the Emmy red carpet.
And while she sparkled, the real shine of the evening came from those ubiquitous sequins on star bodies including Claire Danes, Naomi Watts, and Kerry Washington.
When it comes to the Emmy Awards 2015, fashionistas waited eagerly to see what Lady Gaga would wear. But in contrast to her usual shocking ensembles, Lady Gaga kept it simple in Brandon Maxwell’s simple design.
Summary: Sofia Vergara wins the unofficial fashion prize on the Emmy red carpet for 2015.
2015 Emmy Awards Show’s Outstanding Moments
The 2015 Emmy Awards participants didn’t just sizzle on the red carpet. For those who didn’t wilt from the heat, the show itself gave them a chance to shine, and the most memorable stars ranged from comedians to writers, reported Vogue.
Andy Samberg earns the second spot after Sofia when it comes to standing out in the Emmy Awards history books. He combined music with a monologue to entertain and charm.
Jill Soloway won over the tough crowd with her acceptance speech. The creator of Transparent expressed her appreciation to Goddess and moppa, the latter of whom inspired her show. And Soloway, who gets third place for most memorable Emmy Award 2015 moment, took time to express her concern that 32 states remain where discrimination against a transgender individual is legal.
“We don’t have a trans tipping point. We have a trans civil-rights problem.”
Places four and five go to Jeffrey Tambor and Tony Hale. Those winners of the best actor and best supporting actor earned sincere applause from the crowd for their work and their acceptance speeches.
And when it comes to acceptance speeches, Julia Louis-Dreyfus got sixth place for the Emmy Awards 2015’s most memorable moment, as well as the trophy for best actress in a comedy award.
While this was the fourth year sequentially in which Julia took home that trophy, she didn’t disappoint with her wit and warmth.
“What an honor it is for you to honor me… No, wait, no, I’m so sorry, Donald Trump said that. It’s getting trickier and trickier to satirize his stuff.”
And then there’s James Corden. Faced with the almost impossible challenge of making an introduction to the accountants of Ernest & Young, he deserves seventh place in the list of the evening’s memorable moments for making the audience both laugh and applaud.
Although the “In Memoriam” segment had some disappointments, several poignant farewells to shows stood out to give that segment eighth place, including Jon Stewart and Mad Men.
For ninth place, applaud for Frances McDormand, who cheerfully skipped the hours of makeup and complicated ensembles while earning multiple honors for Olive Kitteridge.
And the final most memorable moment for the 2015 Emmy Awards was earned by Viola Davis’ acceptance speech, when she became the first African-American woman to take home the trophy for best actress in a drama.
“The only thing that separated women of color from anyone else is opportunity,” said Davis. “You cannot win Emmys for roles that simply aren’t there.”
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