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2012-03-01 06:00:00

NEW YORK, March 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- In September, the Adrianna Papell for E! Live From The Red Carpet launched a nationwide call-to-action, and invited designers to submit red carpet looks for the Spring 2012 collection. After a rigorous nomination process, the votes have been tallied. The Adrianna Papell Group along with E! Entertainment are thrilled to announce the winner of the first-ever "Adrianna Papell for E! Live From The Red Carpet Design Contest"--freshman fashion design student...

2012-01-17 06:00:00

NEW YORK, Jan. 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The last-stage of voting on the ultimate red-carpet ready dresses is set to begin! The Adrianna Papell Group and E! have announced that polls will open on January 16th and close the evening of January 22nd to conclude the Adrianna Papell for E! Live from the Red Carpet design contest. The winning design will be chosen by the public, and will be unveiled on E!'s "Countdown to the Red Carpet Academy Awards" special on February 26, 2012. After over three...

2008-07-31 21:00:20

By Zap2It, Chicago Jul. 31--The Style Network is looking to cook up its own version of "The Soup," and it's tapped actress Danielle Fishel as its head chef. The former "Boy Meets World" star will host a show called "The Dish," which will present a weekly look at what made news in the worlds of fashion, beauty and pop culture. It's scheduled to premiere Aug. 16. "This show is a first of its kind for the Style Network, and we're thrilled to have Danielle as host," says Salaam Coleman...

2008-07-11 00:00:20

By David Kronke Joel McHale hosts "The Soup," E!'s weekly whistling past the boneyard of pop culture. We're ensconced at the TV critics' semiannual press tour in Beverly Hills on Tuesday. This year -- thanks to a paucity of really interesting subjects to write about because of the writers strike and a sense of unease among critics worried about their jobs -- the press tour pretty much is the boneyard of pop culture. So it only made sense to ask McHale, how would "The Soup" cover the TV...