Showing posts with label Entertainment Tonight. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Entertainment Tonight. Show all posts

Monday, September 19, 2011

More Stevie Nicks at the ET Emmy After Party

Bravo's Andy Cohen was spotted sings along to Stevie Nicks' performance of Landslide a few feet from the stage at the Entertainment Tonight party presented by Visit California. Inside the Vibiana Cathedral, "Welcome to church," she said.

Stevie performed Rhiannon, Landslide, a cover of Led Zeppelin's Rock N' Roll, before closing with Edge of Seventeen.

We hit the Governor's Ball and then hightailed it to see Stevie Nicks at the ET party. Stevie gave it hard and bangly and witchy with a set that opened with "Rhiannon" and brought down the place with "Edge of Seventeen." Go see Stevie if you get the chance. 

From ET's Monday evening broadcast summing up the Emmy's and the after party... Stevie was seen on the show singing some of the following:
  • Stand Back
  • Dreams
  • Rhiannon
  • Landslide
  • Gold Dust Woman
  • Rock N Roll
  • Edge of Seventeen 
Monday Sept 19th ET Emmy Wrap-up Show

Stevie Nicks - clip of Edge of Seventeen
Video by: Pauley Perrette

Photo by Justin Root 
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Video: Stevie Nicks at ET Emmy After Party with Clips of Red Carpet Arrival

How does one follow up a kick-butt night of entertainment on the biggest night in television? The ET Emmy party of course!

Music legend Stevie Nicks headlined our 15th Annual party at the fabulous Vibiana in downtown Los Angeles, and it was an event to be reckoned with.

Pauley Perrette, Jane Krakowski, Kathy Griffin Christine Baranski were only a few of the big names in attendance.

During the intimate concert, guests snacked on Bell Street Farm fixings, indulging their sweet tooth with Sprinkles cupcakes for dessert.

Didn't get an invite to this year's party? No problem! Watch the video and catch up on all the excitement.

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Linda Bell Blue, Entertainment Tonight Executive Producer, television reporter Nancy O’Dell and recording artist Stevie Nicks

Photos: Stevie Nicks ET Emmy After Party Red Carpet Arrival and Performance

Tuesday, September 06, 2011

Stevie Nicks has been tapped to headline this year's 15th annual Entertainment Tonight Emmy party

Stevie Nicks has been tapped to headline this year's 15th annual Entertainment Tonight Emmy party.

More details are revealed about the Sept. 18 event, being held at Vibiana in downtown Los Angeles.

The invitation-only event kicks off at 8 p.m. Sept. 18, following the Primetime Emmy telecast, at Vibiana in downtown Los Angeles.

"We couldn't be more excited about having the iconic Stevie Nicks at this year's party," said Linda Bell Blue, executive producer of Entertainment Tonight and The Insider. "To see her perform in such an intimate setting and listen to her incredible songs that have transcended time -- our guests are in for a real treat."

The singer, known for both her solo career and time with Fleetwood Mac, recently released her first studio CD in a decade, In Your Dreams, which debuted at No. 6 on Billboard's Top 200 chart. The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer has been touring the U.S. and recently appeared on Dancing With the Stars and Good Morning America.

She follows in the footsteps of previous ET party performers including Cyndi Lauper, Prince, Mary J. Blige, Duran Duran and Billy Idol.

Meanwhile, this marks the first ET party for co-host Nancy O'Dell, who joined the syndicated newsmagazine in January as special correspondent and took over for Mary Hart in May. O'Dell will be reporting alongside co-host Mark Steines and correspondent Steven Cojocaru from the party for the following day's episode.

"I've always heard about what a big part this is, and I'm very excited to see Stevie Nicks up close and personal, " O'Dell told The Hollywood Reporter. "We're going to have great coverage on Entertainment Tonight."

Friday, April 03, 2009


ET is with Fleetwood Mac front woman Stevie Nicks for a truth-telling interview about her botox botch and her secrets to keeping fit and staying young at 60 years old.

Stevie recounts the horrific day when she realized her "botox nightmare." "When I woke up the next morning, my entire face had fallen down to around my nose. And I had totally triangle eye brows," she tells ET.

Now Stevie is looking like her beautiful self again and says her secret to staying in shape is the exercise apparatus Power Play.

Watch the video for more with the rock legend and check out her new CD The Soundstage Sessions, as well as her new DVD, 'Live in Chicago.'