Amy Adams Made Her Emmys Debut in a Sheer Dress
The 20 TV Shows We're Most Excited for in 2018
We’re still mourning the fact that Game of Thrones won’t return until 2019 (miss you already, Jon Snow), but luckily, there's a killer lineup of TV debuting in 2018 that's sure to keep us satisfied. From long-awaited returns like Westworld (hurry and binge the first season before it comes back!) to brand-new series like the Amy Adams-starring thriller Sharp Objects, we see plenty of couch time in our near futures. While we’re queuing up, let’s not forget about the Winter Olympics, premiering in a few weeks on NBC. Between the opening ceremony, downhill races, and triple axels, February is fully booked up. Scroll down to see the TV shows we're most excited for in 2018.
Amy Adams Is Giving Us Metallic Mermaid Vibes at the Oscars
One word: Versace.
The Oscar Parties Were Even Better than the Big Show
The Oscars are what everyone will still be talking about today, but for the celebrities, the main event was really just the beginning. Closing out a whole season of shows, the after-parties are where all the real action is. Not only do they involve even more big names — the Kodak Theater can only fit so many stars — the ones that you watched all night get comfortable (sometimes looking even better than they did during the ceremony) and get down. Vanity Fair's Oscar Party is legendary for drawing some of Hollywood's brightest, from the night's nominees to everyone who got snubbed and then some. And the photos? Some of the VF snaps are straight-up iconic. Elton John hosts another star-studded party — which is actually a fundraiser for the Elton John AIDS Foundation — and since there are only so many celebs to go around, A-listers bounce from party to soiree all night long. 1,500 invited guests head to the Governor's Ball (the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ official post-Oscars celebration), where celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck serves up a feast that's become a Tinseltown tradition. It doesn't matter which party they go to, because win or lose, nominated or not, everyone lets their hair down, gets loose, and probably makes a few choices they'll regret tomorrow. Forget your Oscar ballot, because seeing how the stars party is even better than bragging about your perfect score. VIDEO: See Every Glamorous Look on the Oscars Red Carpet
Amy Adams Pulls an Angelina Jolie at the 2019 SAG Awards
The Sharp Objects star is celebrating her eighth and ninth nominations tonight.