I love everything about the Emmys — rooting for my favorite shows, watching people feign shock when they're named the winner, and the jokes that are either hilarious or fall hilariously flat. But, like many fashion-loving TV fans, I'd have to say the red carpet is my favorite part of the evening. There's nothing more enjoyable than putting on sweats, eating popcorn, and watching Hollywood's most glamorous stars answer the question "who are you wearing?" If you don't have cable, you're probably wondering where to stream the 2015 Emmy Awards red carpet.
There's no need to be concerned, because the trusty Internet has got you covered for all your red carpet viewing needs. And, luckily, there are multiple options available in case one site decides to not cooperate on TV's biggest night. E! Online is my personal go-to, because its correspondents just take the red carpet so darn seriously (as they should). But, I may end up toggling tabs a bit this year — mainly because Elle's former Creative Director Joe Zee is hosting the coverage on Yahoo and he's sure to have plenty to say about how everyone's red carpet looks stack up.
Here are four ways to ensure you don't miss a single gown — the good, the bad, or the "what were they thinking?!"
For those of us addicted to red carpet coverage, E! Online is a godsend because they totally understand that no one should be deprived of watching all those glamorous arrivals. Because the red carpet shindig itself isn't enough, E! will begin their coverage at 4:30 p.m. EST with Countdown to the Red Carpet, hosted by Giuliana Rancic and Brad Goreski. At 6 p.m., the real fun begins when Rancic and Ryan Seacrest host two glorious hours of Live From the Red Carpet. Over 20 cameras will be on hand covering the arrivals, so you can rest assured that you won't miss a moment of the action — Glam Cam 360 and Mani Cam included, naturally.
Yahoo TV & Yahoo Style
Catch the red carpet show on both Yahoo TV and Yahoo Style beginning at 6:30 p.m. EST. Yahoo Style Editor-In-Chief Joe Zee (former Creative Director of Elle) will host the coverage, assisted by fashion correspondent June Ambrose and arrivals correspondent Amy Paffrath. If you can't get enough of Yahoo's coverage, catch them on the other side of the Emmy broadcast — post-show coverage will begin at 11 p.m. EST.
If E! and Yahoo aren't cooperating, head over to UStream — it's usually a safe bet that one of their users will be broadcasting the show live.
The minute a gown makes its first appearance on the red carpet, it'll be on Twitter. So if you can live without the red carpet chatter and are solely interested in seeing the stars' attire, your social media accounts will be your best friend on Sunday night.
Happy red carpet viewing!
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