Tina Fey’s romantic comedy Admission opens in theaters today, providing the perfect opportunity to indulge in your Tina Fey girl crush for the first time since Liz Lemon went off the air. In the film, Fey takes on the role of a Princeton admissions counselor who’s life takes a sudden turn when she meets John Pressman (Paul Rudd) a high school principal who claims that one of his students may be the son she gave for adoption. To celebrate the movie’s school theme, click through the gallery to see Tina as a high schooler in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, then continue through to see her blossom into an Emmy-winning leading lady.
Cristina Ehrlich is Hollywood’s go-to expert for putting together solid outfits—she’s behind the some of Hollywood’s most stylish, including Amy Adams, Ashley Greene, Julianna Margulies, Tina Fey, and rising style star Allison Williams—which means she knows exactly how to pick pieces that have longevity. That’s why Coldwater Creek signed her up as their Guest Stylist for the next three months—and we caught up with her in the label’s New York store to get her keen eye on spring trends. Her biggest tip: Don’t be afraid of horizontal stripes. “I really want to help women understand that stripes do work on all body types,” she told InStyle.com. “There’s a sort of myth and fear that horizontal stripes are going to make you look bigger, and it’s really not true.” Instead, a horizontal stripe on top just needs a perfect pairing, she explained. “It’s about understanding how if have print on top that you have solid on bottom, or if you want to wear a printed bottom you wear solid on top.” Words that her clients Williams and Fey clearly live by!
Plus, click through the gallery to see more fashion myths busted.
It was a funny affair in New York last night, where Tina Fey (in J. Mendel) and Paul Rudd (sporting his Anchorman: The Legend Continues mustache) premiered their new comedy Admission. In the film, Fey plays a straight-laced Princeton admissions counselor who gets a call out of the blue from school principal John Pressman (Rudd) claiming that one of his students is her long-lost son. It opens in theaters March 22.
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The series finale of 30 Rock aired last night, and after the show’s conclusion, there was a special surprise in store for its loyal viewers. Jenna Maroney (Jane Krakowski) and the rest of the cast revived one of the show’s most well-known jokes from way back in season one: the rural juror! Then, Jenna starred in a television drama with the most awkward name in history. But last night, there was a twist: she took to the mic to turn the hilarious tongue-twisting sketch into a soaring song. “I’ll never forget you, rural juror—these were the best days of my flurm,” Maroney sings with all her heart (the song starts at the 2-minute mark in the video above). Watch the clip now! We’ll miss you, 30 Rock!
Plus, see Tina Fey’s transformation!
Say it ain’t so! Tonight marks the last episode ever of the hilarious NBC sitcom 30 Rock, the brainchild of funnywoman Tina Fey that has kept us laughing for seven seasons now. Since 2006, the show has followed the endearingly awkward Liz Lemon (Fey) as she tries to herd an unruly group of writers, actors, assistants, and any number of other characters in the creation of their weekly sketch comedy show, TGS. Inspired by her real-life experience as head writer of Saturday Night Live, the show also made a comedy star out of Alec Baldwin, and has featured countless guest appearances by the likes of Salma Hayek, Matt Damon, Oprah Winfrey, and Jon Hamm. The cast recently appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to talk about how it felt to close the curtain on their show—watch it above, and tune in to NBC tonight at 8/7c to see it all come to an end. And psst! If you are planning on DVR’ing the finale, add a few extra minutes to the end: producer Jack Burditt tweeted that there’s a special surprise after the episode’s conclusion. Exciting!
Plus, see how Tina has transformed!
Just like her “bossy” bestie Tina Fey, Amy Poehler is writing a book of her own! The comedian and Parks and Recreation star scored a book deal with the HarperCollins pop culture imprint It Books, which will be released sometime in 2014. “Her original twist on the conventional memoir will have universal appeal,” the publishing house said in a statement. The book will be “an illustrated, non-linear diary full of humor and honesty and brimming with true stories, fictional anecdotes and life lessons.” No official title has been released as of yet, but we already know it’s going to be a must-read!
Plus, see Amy’s Hollywood transformation!
No one was safe from the hilariously witty weaponry hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler brought to the stage at last night’s Golden Globe Awards, but when it came to fashion, the ladies kept it very classy. When they hit the red carpet, Fey was outfitted in a dress by L’Wren Scott while Poehler chose a pantsuit by Stella McCartney with a stunning diamond necklace (to the tune of 83 carats set in platinum) by Chopard. For their first on-stage costume change, Fey slipped into a high-glam sparkling teal column by L’Wren Scott, and Poehler chose a deep-plunging burgundy dress from McCartney. And to close out the show, Fey brought her style full-circle while Poehler put on another McCartney creation, a sparkling black cocktail dress—an appropriate choice, since the hosts did an on-stage toast! What did you think of the hosts’s looks?
Plus, see what everyone wore!
The 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards air live tonight on NBC starting at 8/7 c, and this year’s show promises to be an extra-special treat, because Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will be co-hosting the festivities. The two funny ladies have been friends for more than 20 years, after first meeting while studying improv comedy at Chicago’s famed Second City school. Even before they knew each other, it seems they had at least one thing in common: amazing high school yearbook photos. See the two stars transform below!