Joe Jonas is MIA.
She and husband Brad Falchuk attended the awards show together for the first time.
Awards season is officially kicking off with the Emmys on Sunday, and with it comes the start of awards season fashion. And while we're anxiously awaiting the awards fate of all our favorite shows, we're also excited to see what the nominees will be wearing on their big night. Television's biggest names are making their way down the purple carpet to the Microsoft Theater in L.A., the venue for tonight’s 71st Primetime Emmy Awards. And from the people making their Emmys debuts to the awards show mainstays, all our favorite stars are lighting up the carpet tonight. VIDEO: All the Best Looks From the 2019 Emmys Red Carpet Click through for a comprehensive look at the best of the 2019 Emmys red carpet fashion.
We need to talk about his hat.
But the looks also landed Geena Davis and Lucy Liu on some worst-dressed lists.
What we talk about when we talk about "timeless LBDs."
When life imitates art.
There's a good reason (and it involves Game of Thrones).
It's time to make your predictions.
Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carell aren't bad either.
The scene-stealing powerhouse is just getting started.
The show earned the most nominations for any program in a single season.
If you thought the 2018 Emmys red carpet was filled with unforgettable looks, wait until you see the drop-dead gorgeous after party outfits. Sure, they might not have been as over-the-top as those red carpet ballgowns (hey, a girl needs to be able to get down on the dance floor), but they were all a different kind of fabulous. Tiffany Haddish traded her rainbow Prabal Gurung gown for a party-ready blue dress. And Taraji P. Henson slipped on a pair of comfortable yet luxurious velvet pants. Plus, there were a few stars who didn't attend the actual awards show (Hi, Vanessa and Emily!), but they surprised us with an after party appearance. Scroll down to catch up on all of the fun after party looks. VIDEO: The 2018 Emmys Red Carpet Best Looks of Them All
Sure, not everyone could get engaged at the 2018 Emmy Awards (we'll leave that to Glenn Weiss, who successfully proposed to girlfriend Jan Svendsen after winning the award for Outstanding Directing for a Variety Special), but that doesn't mean that the rest of the twosomes that hit the gold carpet at the Microsoft Theater on Monday night weren't adorable. VIDEO: The 2018 Emmys Red Carpet Best Looks of Them All Here, the couples that still made us go "d'awww," even if they get down on one knee and make it official.