Big thanks to Penelope for the scans!
On her personal style:
“I would say it’s very relaxed and simple: jeans, flats and a leather jacket. Lately, I have mixed the Californian style with the dark side of New York. I would wear black every day if I could. For red carpets I love experimenting.”
On her fave basic pieces:
“Definitely my Fiorentini + Baker motorcycle boots and myGivenchy bag.”
On her role as a L’Oreal spokesmodel:
“I had been a fan of L’Oreal since I was a little girl. I remember I had so many products in my house and everyone knew how important it was for me to work with them. Honestly, I am a real fan of their cosmetics, so being part of the L’Oreal family is amazing. It’s so nice to be part of a company that you truly believe in, so this way you can tell people how much you love their products.”
On her fave designers:
“I have so many favorite designers: Zac Posen, Oscar de la Renta, Versace and Stella McCartney.”
On her fashion icons:
“I think that is one of the hardest questions because they are so many, but I have always looked up to Penelope Cruz, she always looks beautiful, classy and sophisticated. I probably would say that she is one of the most beautiful women in the world.”
After weeks of nonstop voting and close races, our annual Golden Remote Awards have come to a close and the winners are ready to be revealed, celebrated and argued about! The 2012-13 TV season’s battles were some of our most competitive ever, with some categories being won by less than 50 votes! (Like a certain Beauty and the Beast star taking out Glee’s Cory Monteith for Favorite Funnyman and a Big Bang Theory pairing beating out Vampire Diaries’ Katherine and Elijah for oddest couple!)
While perennial fan favorites such as Glee, How I Met Your Mother and Supernatural found themselves the recipients of awards in 2013, newbie Beauty and the Beast racked up an impressive seven wins and Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is already looking like an early favorite for the 2013-14 season!
Without further ado, here is the list of winners, chosen by readers, of the 2013 Golden Remote Awards!
Favorite Funnyguy: Austin Basis, Beauty and the Beast
Favorite Funnygirl: Lea Michele, Glee
Drama King: Jensen Ackles, Supernatural
Drama Mama: Kristin Kreuk, Beauty and the Beast
Best Couple: Bo and Lauren, Lost Girl
Oddest Couple: Sheldon and Amy, The Big Bang Theory
Happy with the results? Insulted? Upset? Overjoyed? Some combination of all those things? Head on down to the comments to celebrate or proclaim your favorite show/star/moment was robbed! And don’t forget to check out our gallery of Golden Remote Award winners!
Check out the full list of winners here.
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Go to teenchoiceawards.com and vote for Lea! Don’t forget to continue voting for her in the TV Actress Comedy too.
Teen Choice Award airs live on Aug. 11 on Fox.
This year, for its eighth annual Women of Worth Awards, L’Oréal Paris will tap brand spokesperson Lea Michele to help select the 10 inspiring women to receive $10,000 each.
For the first time, the 2013 winners will represent women across five different generations, two from each age group, dedicated to a variety of social causes. L’Oréal is accepting nominations for their the initiative until June 21 at womenofworth.com.
“At L’Oréal Paris, we hold Women of Worth extremely close to our hearts and are always inspired by the stories we hear,” said Karen Fondu, president of L’Oréal Paris. “ Each year, we continue to evolve the program to honor and support women making beautiful differences in their communities. New this year, to appeal to a wider range of ages, we decided to organize nominations by decades: 18-29 year olds, 30-39 year olds, 40-49 year olds, 50-59 year olds and 60+ year olds. Two honorees will be selected from each age group. Whether in college or retired, we know women of all ages are making phenomenal contributions and we want to recognize and celebrate these achievements. We are excited with the number of submissions we have received so far and look forward to seeing more come in before nominations close.”
And we’re off! You flooded our nominations post with votes for your favorite shows, stars and scenes for our annual Golden Remote Awards, and now it’s time to go to battle!
The Golden Remote Awards celebrates the past TV Season with categories like “Oddest Couple” or “Biggest Tearjerker” and of course, our favorite, “Moment That Made You Want to Throw Out Your TV.”
We’re officially launching the voting today with the first categories: Favorite Funnygirl and Favorite Funnyguy. Check out the nominees as chosen by you guys below and vote for the characters that cracked you up the most this past TV season. Voting ends on July 5 at 9 p.m. PT, so vote as much as you can right up until the deadline!
What are you waiting for? Scroll down and click away! And help spread the word on Twitter so you can campaign for your favorites:
Mayim Bialik, The Big Bang Theory
Elisha Cuthbert, Happy Endings
Kaley Cuoco, Big Bang Theory
Kat Dennings, 2 Broke Girls
Zooey Deschanel, New Girl
Lena Dunham, Girls
Jenna Fisher, The Office
Alyson Hannigan, How I Met Your Mother
Mindy Kaling, The Mindy Project
Maggie Lawson, Psych
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep
Lea Michele, Glee
Amy Poehler, Parks and Recreation
Cobie Smulders, How I Met Your Mother
Click here and vote for Lea as your favorite funnygirl!
Get ready for Lea Michele’s debut album.
“We have the album pretty much locked,” the Glee star told me at Chrysalis’ Butterfly Ball. “Everything is being mastered right now and we are just debating on what we want the first single to be.”
Yup, Michele has her favorite. However, she added, “There are two or three right now that I feel are pretty strong.”
We cannot wait!
“It’s really kind of happening and now I’m getting nervous,” Michele said. “At some point, people are going to hear this! I’m just sitting in a studio!”
Here’s hoping Michele does some touring in support of the album. “I don’t know,” she said about hitting the road. “We have to start next year for Glee and then we have another year after that so we’ll see. I really am proud of it, so obviously I would want people to hear it.”
At this rate, Lea Michele will soon have a résumé to rival that of Rachel Berry, the overachieving student and aspiring theater star she plays on “Glee.” The latest addition to the to-do list of Ms. Michele, a star of the Fox musical comedy-drama, is a book that she will write for the Harmony Books imprint of Random House’s Crown Publishing Group, the publisher said Thursday.
Ms. Michele’s book, titled “Brunette Ambition” and planned for publication next spring, is described in a news release as a “part memoir, part how-to and part style-guide” that chronicles its author “from normal Bronx-born schoolgirl to Broadway child star to lead actress in one of the most popular shows on television.” The release said the book would offer a “behind-the-scenes perspective” from Ms. Michele, who has also appeared on Broadway in “Spring Awakening,” “Fiddler on the Roof,” “Ragtime” and “Les Misérables,” as well as her “practical advice and lessons” for young women who hope to follow in her footsteps.
Ms. Michele said in a statement: “There wasn’t a guidebook when I was growing up, that detailed everything I would need to do, and know, to get where I am today. But I believe I can write one of sorts: not a how-to-make-it-in-show-business book, but a guide to harnessing tenacity, passion, enthusiasm, and hard work to make your dreams come true.”
Starting today! Go to teenchoiceawards.com to register and vote for Lea! Remember to cast your vote daily!
The awards show will air live on Aug. 11 on Fox.
TVLine recently posted a list containing what are thought to be the twenty-five best performances of Glee’s fourth season. Lea Michele’s character Rachel Berry took the top title with her jaw dropping solo piece, ‘Being Good Isn’t Good Enough’.
Although Rachel was not in every episode of this year, it’s clear that that hasn’t stopped her from conquering multiple musical numbers on the top 25. Many of her other solos appeared on the list, such as her rendition of ‘O Holy Night’ and Celine Dion’s ‘To Love You More’.
Also on the list were some of Lea’s group numbers and duets, including ‘Bring Him Home’, ‘New York State of Mind’, a mash-up including ‘The Way You Look Tonight/Never Fully Dressed Without A Smile’, ‘Creep’, ‘At the Ballet’, ‘We’ve Got Tonight’, ‘The Scientist’, and the redoing of the show’s most classic song, ‘Don’t Stop Believin’.
Click here to view TVLine’s full list.