Anna Wintour Helped Make 2015 Tony Awards The Most Fashionable Ever
Oh what a night!
With big wins and show stopping performances this year's Tony Awards was a huge success.
Hosts Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming got the show off to a rocking start while throughout the show the pair had multiple costume changes.
The King and I went on to pick up a statute for best revival of a musical and the show's leading lady, Kelli O’Hara, danced her way off the stage after winning her first Tony for “Best Actress in a Musical.”
Helen Mirren won for her role as Queen Elizabeth in The Audience. Mirren won an Oscar for her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth in the 2006 film, The Queen.
After winning her Tony, she said, “Her majesty you did it again! Such an honor, so thrilled.”
If this year's Tony's looked a little more fashionable, that is thanks goes to Vogue Editor Anna Wintour, who was brought in to inject glam to the Broadway event.
Jennifer Lopez definitely delivered, wearing a strapless ball gown.
Actress Rose Byrne brought "va va voom" wearing a red dress with a plunging neckline as she presented an award with boyfriend Bobby Canavale.
And, uh oh! The audience wasn’t seeing double as Anna Chlumsky and Debra Messing were wearing almost identical dresses.
It was a family night for Bradley Cooper, “The Best Actor” nominee brought his mom and sister as his dates.
Last night's Tony Awards had some stiff competition when they went up against game two of the NBA Finals. The game was a nail biter going into overtime. Lebron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers pulled off a victory, winning 95 to 93 to tie the series to 1-1.
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