E! Live From the Red Carpet

via press release:

E!’s “Live From The Red Carpet” Brings Exclusive Access To The “People’s Choice Awards” on Wednesday, January 7th at 8:00pm ET/PT

Giuliana Rancic and Ross Mathews Host The Star-Studded Red Carpet With Fashion Expert Zanna Roberts Rassi

 

 

Los Angeles, CA – January 5, 2015 – Red carpet season is back!  On Wednesday, January 7th, E! goes “Live From The Red Carpet” at the 2015 “People’s Choice Awards” from the famous Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles.  The “People’s Choice Awards” celebrates fan favorites in movies, music and television, and E! hosts Giuliana Rancic and Ross Mathews will be live in the middle of all the action interviewing some of the biggest names in entertainment.  Plus, fashion guru Zanna Roberts Rassi will be on-hand to bring her style insight to E!’s extensive coverage.

In true “Live From The Red Carpet” style, E!’s team will have cameras throughout the event to capture every moment.  Featured will be the ‘Limo Cam’ to catch every star-studded arrival; the ‘Fashion Cam,’ which will bring an up-close look at every stylish outfit to grace the carpet; and the popular ‘Mani Cam,’ which will capture the fun, sassy and sometimes even outrageous ways people are painting their nails for big events.

Plus log on to Eonline for all the up-to-the-minute information, photos, videos and social action from the event.  See the red carpet arrivals and get more style and beauty coverage than ever, including the best fashion of the night and real-time videos recreating the key beauty looks on the red carpet.  Plus Eonline will feature all the details on the nominees and keep fans updated on the winners while showcasing the best moments of the night in real time.  Finally follow E! on Twitter, Snapchat and Instagram for additional, exclusive behind-the-scenes details.

Don’t miss a minute of the action when E!’s “Live From The Red Carpet: People’s Choice Awards” premieres Wednesday, January 7that 8:00pm ET/PT.

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