The popular TV comedy took home its first Golden Globe Sunday night, after premiering in 2010. Accepting their golden statue was showrunner Steve Levitan, along with some bilingual help from series star Sofia Vergara.
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“Modern Family” star Sarah Hyland’s 21st birthday was a magical and glittering celebration at the Bank in the Bellagio last night. The birthday girl, known to millions as Haley Dunphy on the hit Emmy Award-winning ABC comedy, looked stunning and sweet in a Chagoury Couture dress as she arrived at the nightclub shortly before midnight with boyfriend Matt Prokop and a group of 10 friends.
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- Our little Haley Dunphy grows up. (thenewyorkflash.wordpress.com)
The best way to start the new year is with your favorite Modern Family characters, so go ahead and order the cool Modern Family 2012 wall calendar or the 2012 Day to Day calendar, both with the best quotes from the show. Don’t miss a month or a day without Phil, Gloria or Jay.
On tonight’s episode of Ryan Murphy’s FX drama American Horror Story, Stonestreet guest-stars as Derek, a tortured patient of Ben (Dylan McDermott) who is deathly afraid of urban legends. (Stonestreet has dabbled in darker characters prior to his Modern gig, appearing as a killer on The Mentalist and Pushing Daisies as well as an accused rapist/murderer on Nip/Tuck, another Murphy show.) The 40-year-old Emmy winner counted the ways that audiences will find Derek wholly different from Cam.
• Appearance. “My hair on Modern Family is a big part of my character. Cam’s hair is a fortress. It’s a 20-minute process every day with lots of hairspray and goo and blowdrying and brushes. And on this show, the character was described as unkempt. Dark circles under his eyes. Part of the story point is that he doesn’t have the confidence and courage to look in mirrors at all, because of a specific ghost story of what happens if you look in a mirror…. Cam most definitely has a tailor and Derek needs a tailor. If Cam finds a great shirt that he likes, he takes it to the tailor and he’ll add the extra colored cuffs. Derek definitely shops at Sears. He’s kind of an everyguy.”
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- “Modern Family” star Julie Bowen on having more kids: “No mas!” (celebritytreat.com)
Sarah interviewed this morning on VH1 for the Disney Channel movie Geek Charming.
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- Sarah Hyland & Boyfriend Matt Prokop Love Living Together (socialitelife.com)
Former K-Stater and Modern Family actor Eric Stonestreet is visiting his old stomping grounds. Stonestreet, who had a week off from filming his Emmy award winning show, spent time talking to K-State students about pursuing their dreams.
He says “I don’t mean to look all Hollywood, this is as Hollywood as I get.” Though he is now a big name in Hollywood, he is not letting fame get to his head, and says the “Little Apple” is where it all began for him .
“This is where I figured out what I wanted to do with my life, pursue my dream of acting. I met my best friends here that are still my best friends and people that I talk to all the time and I had a great time here. There is no place I look that I had awful memories.”
Modern Family (13.1 million, 5.6) continues to be an amazing half-hour ratings peak, easily the night’s top-rated show.
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And the winner is Ceevon. Ceevon’s favorite Modern Family character is Gloria!
Congrats to Ceevon, and don’t forget that you can buy the Modern Family Game here .
The debut of Simon Cowell’s “The X Factor” played second fiddle to “Modern Family.”
On a competitive night of fall debuts, Fox’s singing contest kicked off Wednesday with a total audience of 12.5 million viewers, according to Nielsen Co. ratings. The real glory went to ABC’s Emmy-winning “Modern Family,” which earned a leading 14.5 million viewers.
Among advertiser-coveted young adult viewers, the ABC 8-10 p.m. EDT sitcom duo of “The Middle” and “Modern Family” were the leaders and topped “X Factor” by 5 percent.
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