Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 26 July 2014

Rose Byrne blonde at Emmys

Rose Byrne

Rose Byrne debuted her new blonde locks at the Emmy Awards yesterday.

The Australian actress swapped her brunette locks for a honey coloured finish at the event in Los Angeles. Rose stunned in her simple pale pink Calvin Klein Collection dress, which bared a hint of her toned midriff.

To accessorise the gown, she carried a small Jimmy Choo silver clutch bag and wore a delicate silver band around her wrist. Keeping up the sparkling theme, the Bridesmaids star finished the look with a pair of Charlotte Olympia heels, which were covered by the flowing number.

She attended the annual ceremony to support her actor boyfriend Bobby Cannavale, who also wore a suit from the same label.

Another actress who looked dramatically different on the red carpet last night was Homeland star Morena Baccarin. Showing off her heavily pregnant figure, the brunette beauty looked radiant in her floor-length strapless red dress. Paired with a jewelled belt, Morena made a statement in the world of maternity fashion.

With her hair pulled back into a loose bun she wore a splash of red lipstick to match her head-turning ensemble.

As her baby is due next month, the star revealed before the ceremony that her doctor would be on standby in her limo during the event in case she went into an early labour.

"I told myself that I was going to go, and if I went into labour at the Emmys, I was going to sit through it," Morena recently told Jimmy Kimmel. "I mean, no baby comes in four-and-a-half hours anyway, or maybe it's like 12 hours. I don't know how long the Emmys are."

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