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Laverne Cox Just Showed Us How to Slay a Stage
There’s no question that Laverne Cox is anything but fabulous. Aside from starring in the Emmy-nominated show Orange Is the New Black and scoring a modeling gig for Beyoncé’s athleisure line, Ivy Park, the actress also has a supermodel walk worthy of today’s top runway fixtures. On Friday, at the Emmys Performers Nominee Reception in Beverly Hills, Cox was called to the stage to celebrate her nomination for “Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series,” and she served up supermodel-like swag, strutting and hitting a pose in her Sharpe Suiting white pantsuit. Naturally, she finished off the catwalk moment with a casual hair flip.  During the ceremony, more party-goers brought their style A-game. Kiernan Shipka mixed and mingled in a Delpozo two-piece that came complete with a flower-shaped crop top and a flared high-waist skirt. Meanwhile, Alexis Bledel chatted up friends in a high-collared Alberta Ferretti black-and-red dress. Scroll below for the most memorable looks from the event.  
A Brief History of Rory Gilmore's Love Life on Gilmore Girls
Over the course of Gilmore Girls, we fell for the loves of Rory Gilmore’s life just as hard as she did. We watched high school Rory swoon over nice guy Dean Forester before making a hard swerve and crushing on his polar opposite, bad boy Jess Mariano. Later, we watched college Rory take on her first real grown-up relationship with Yale’s suavest playboy, Logan Huntzberger.  While the Dean, Jess, and Logan trio dominated Rory’s romantic arc during our time with the Gilmores, there were a few other potential paramours worth noting in Rory’s life, too (Tristan and Marty, we're looking at you). Despite the fact that she never dated them, the guys' feelings for Rory had key impacts on her other relationships. So before Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life hits Netflix on Nov. 25 and we find out who Alexis Bledel's character is (or isn’t) involved with these days, scroll down for our full but brief analysis of the youngest Gilmore’s romantic past.
4 Revelations About the Gilmore Girls Stars’ First Day Back on Set
Pretty much any die-hard Gilmore Girls fan could tell you exactly where they were when they learned that the beloved series would be revived on Netflix this fall. And despite years of dreaming that a return to Stars Hollow would one day become reality, many of us were pleasantly surprised by the initial announcement. But for the show’s cast, discussions about a revival had been going on for quite some time. “It’s been a long road because these things don’t happen in a linear way,” Lauren Graham, who plays Lorelai Gilmore, recently said during Netflix’s Television Critics Association press day. “We’ve been talking about it, I feel like, since the day the old show ended, and I think the first step was ‘Is there willingness? If we could make it happen, would we?' And from there, I mean, literally until the night before we were filming, I don’t think we had everybody. It just doesn’t happen in a linear way. So yes, we’ve been talking about it for so, so, so long—that was part of the relief and joy of actually getting to do it because I think we ended up getting to do it in the perfect way.” And when the cast returned to the set to begin filming the four 90-minute episodes for the reboot series, titled Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life, they picked up right where they left off. Scroll down to find out four revelations from the stars.

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