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September 16, 2007
Emmy Fashions: Heidi ho! ...

I'm soooo ready for Season 4 of "Project Runway" to get going (later this year), so it was fun to see Heidi Klum on the red carpet (with hubby Seal). Even though I thought her shoes didn't quite match her raspberry-red dress.

If her show were already on, it would be "auf Wiedersehen" to that.

"Grey's Anatomy" star Ellen Pompeo informed us she has both a fiance - and a boyfriend! Don't know much about the husband-to-be, but the beau is none other than "PR" judge Michael Kors, who designed her gown for the Emmys. I wasn't blown away, though, with the hair.

Loved "Brothers & Sisters" star Rachel Griffiths giving Joey Fatone her best Welsh accent. I'm really pulling for this cast to win something - anything - tonight.

Oh, and let's not forget, in the category of reality TV, both "PR" and my four-month-long project, "American Idol," are both nominated. And there was Simon Cowell and Randy Jackson chatting it up right before the show started. Simon, of course, was in full, unbuttoned-shirt mode doing his best to show support for Emmy host Ryan.

His advice? "Don't talk a lot." Natch! Added Randy: "We love him no matter what."

Last, I loved "Law & Order: SVU" star Mariska Hargitay's cute, cute bob 'do (pictured left, in an Associated Press photograph).

In fact, I like the hairdos better than a lot of the gowns tonight.

Like, what the heck happened to lovely and gracious Helen Mirren? The stylist had to have jumped ship since the Academy Awards.

A fitting wrap to the red carpet? Kanye West's words of wisdom to perennial wardrobe misfit Britney Spears (and a nod to his latest CD): "Go buy a graduation."

Cross your fashion fingers Miss Brit doesn't show up tonight!

Now, on with the show!

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