These leading ladies may not have scored any awards at Broadway’s biggest night, but they certainly earned a style nomination in our books. Let us give you a quick red-carpet rundown.

Best Dressed Tony Awards
Anne Hathaway
has ruled the red carpet in Oscar de la Renta more times than we can count. Our top pick? This classic LBD from 2009. Her feather-print sheer skirt added just the right amount of playfulness.

Best Dressed Tony Awards
Lea Michele
 is no stranger to mixing sultry with sweet, and this look from 2010 proved it. Her strapless goldenrod gown put her tiny frame on display, while her pink lips added a touch of ladylike perfection.

Best Dressed Tony Awards
Emmy Rossum 
was the essence of glamour (and drama) last year in Ralph Lauren. Between her dark flowing locks, sparkling chandelier earrings, and champagne dress, we couldn’t decide what we liked best.

It’s your turn to dress the part. Our Broadway’s Biggest Night: Awards-Inspired Style Boutique opens Sunday, June 7, at 11AM ET.

By Kelly Hamilton, Staff Writer

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June 7, 2015

Have you heard the news? Glee‘s co-creator, Ryan Murphy, has confirmed that he anticipates the halls of McKinley High will go silent at the end of the show’s sixth season (which will likely air September 2014 – May 2015). No more impromptu song-and-dance numbers. No more slushies in the face. The dramedy was reportedly supposed to conclude around Lea Michele and Cory Monteith’s characters, Rachel and Finn, but Monteith’s tragic death in July will send the plot in a different direction.

So how will the show end? Who knows. But one thing’s for sure – there will be singing.

By Chrissy Makkas, Staff Writer

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October 18, 2013