Grab your cowboy boots, y’all! The 48th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards broadcast live tonight from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. And it should be a good ‘ol time, with Blake Shelton reprising his hosting duties for the third year alongside first-timer Luke Bryan. Plus, some of our favorite leading ladies are planning to be in attendance including The Big Bang Theory’s Kaley Cuoco as a presenter, three-time nominee Taylor Swift, Blake’s wife and competition (they’re both nominated for Entertainer of the Year!) Miranda Lambert, and Carrie Underwood, who is one of the many artists slated to perform during the night’s ceremony. Click through the gallery to see the list of nominees now, and tune in to CBS at 8/7c to watch the awards show live.
Are you a Megan, Betty, or Joan? It’s time to find out! Season 6 of Mad Men premieres tonight on AMC, and while we’re excited to spend some quality time with Don Draper, we’re even more eager to see the hair, makeup, and wardrobe choices Jessica Paré, January Jones and Christina Hendricks will showcase on-screen. To celebrate, consider giving yourself a Mad Men-inspired makeover by trying on each star’s hairstyle in our Hollywood Makeover Tool! You’ll be able to see yourself in Megan’s sable strands, Betty’s blonde bob, or Joan’s trademark auburn hue, minus the salon visit. Simply upload your picture, then share your makeover with your friends on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to let them know you’ll be watching. Click the box below to start, and catch the season 6 premiere of Mad Men tonight at 9/8 c on AMC!
Fans of AMC’s critically acclaimed show Mad Men don’t have to wait much longer! The drama-filled program set in the late-1960s world of Manhattan advertising firms makes its epic return to the airwaves tonight at 9/8c. When we last left Don and Megan Draper, Joan Holloway, Peggy Olson, and the rest of the crew from advertising firm Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce, Don was sitting in his most natural habitat, suggesting a return to his pre-Megan, philandering ways: at a bar, being approached by an attractive woman, while Megan shoots a commercial in the background. He and Peggy had mended their relationship after reuniting randomly in a movie theater, Pete and Beth (real-life fiancés!) ended their affair, and Roger continued his own. But more important than all this: in season five, the fashion evolved from early-60s era retro to late-60s disco-infused looks. Emmy-winning costume designer Janie Bryant talked to InStyle.com about the season’s best looks and why she loved them. Click through the gallery below to find out why! And tune in to AMC tonight at 9/8c to catch all the action as it unfolds.
With the Mad Men Season 6 premiere not too far off in the horizon, die-hard fans of the show are already on the edge of their seats and in the throws of preparing for their watch parties tonight. And while the plot progression is foremost on everyone’s mind, not too far behind is how everyone is going to be dressed in tonight’s episode. Creator Matthew Weiner and the rest of the cast and crew infamously keep the show’s timeline under wraps until the season premiere, but star Christina Hendricks (right, in a shot from the upcoming season) gave us a little hint into what we can expect. “Well, I can’t say too much about what year it is, but obviously because we know where we left off last season, we’re definitely getting to the later 1960s,” Hendricks told InStyle.com at Ashlee Margolis’ Spring Soiree with Theodora & Callum. “I think you can see from [costume designer] Janie Bryant’s designs for Banana Republic that things are getting a little groovier and a little bit more mod.” And there’s one evolution she’s particularly excited about. “I think my favorite thing about this season are the men’s clothes. The men’s clothes are really different and really great!” Ooh la la!
See Bryant’s favorite looks from Season 5!
— Lindzi Scharf