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SHOW BITS: Heidi plays traffic cop; Kevin recalls
It’s a happy fact of life for male viewers that “Mad Men” star Christina Hendricks and “Modern Family” star Sofia Vergara are, well, curvy.
And their curves were on ample display at Sunday’s night Emmy telecast.
But the night’s big surprise: Kat Dennings in a gown that exposed much of what had only been hinted at in her “2 Broke Girls” waitress uniform.
Her bustline had viewers’ jaws dropping and tweeters madly tweeting.
_ Frazier Moore _ Twitter http://www.twitter.com/tvfrazier
NO BOW TIE FOR KEVIN COSTNER
Kevin Costner went against the bow tie fashion trend at this year’s Emmy Awards, sporting an open collar look that at least beat the searing heat on the red carpet.
The nominee for lead actor in a miniseries or movie for “Hatfields & McCoys” kept his arm around the waist of wife Christine Baumgartner as he arrived for the show. Asked to describe her gown, Costner said, “I can’t wait to go home and close the door.”
Stephen Colbert whipped out a blotting paper to make the sweat on his upper lip disappear before facing the throng of TV cameras.
Christine Baranski of “The Good Wife” shimmered under the relentless sunshine in a gold-and-silver sequined short dress. She eschewed a gown, saying she didn’t want people stepping on it all night.
“I tried this on and it rocks,” she said.
_ Beth Harris _ Twitter: http://twittter.com/bethharrisap
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