Emmy Red Carpet Interviews #AskHerMore

Posted on September 22, 2015 at 10:40 am

Those “who are you wearing” questions on the red carpet are so tiresome and annoying, aren’t they? Especially now that it is so commercial and orchestrated. Everyone knows that stylists are paid a fortune and fashion houses lend their clothes and accessories in an elaborate product placement. So I endorse with enthusiasm the #askhermore campaign to ask the women who are attending awards events because of the quality of their work about that work instead of looking at their hair, clothes, and (why why why why) fingernails. Buzzfeed has a great counterpoint to red carpet insipidity with the #askhermore questions from this year’s Emmy telecast, featuring the questions from Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls project. They wanted to know: How did you start believing in yourself? Who would be a great female talk nighttime talk show host? What is your most meaningful project? I vote for putting them on the red carpet next year.

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