Mandy Moore Shows Off Her Baby Bump at People's Choice Awards, Thanks Husband Taylor Goldsmith in Speech
Mandy Moore is expecting her first child with husband Taylor Goldsmith
Mandy Moore made her awards show debut as a mom-to-be!
Moore, who was also one of the night's presenters, was dressed in a long-sleeved black Brandon Maxwell dress with statement blue earrings.
"To all of you who championed and supported our show and the Pearson family from the beginning, we truly wouldn't be here without you. You are a part of our growing family," Moore said before rubbing her baby bump.
"Sharing Rebecca's story continues to be the highlight of my career. And of course, to my This Is Us cast and crew who work so tirelessly to bring the show to life, I'm so proud to work with all of you. You are some of the best in the business," she continued.
Moore concluded her acceptance speech by thanking her husband. "To the love of my life Taylor, I'm so excited to bring this baby boy into the world with you," she said. "This has been a challenging year for everybody so let's please keep each other safe. Let's continue to wear masks, socially distance, wash your hands and be kind to one another."
To complement her classic black dress, her makeup artist Kindra Mann created “flirty” eye makeup, and kept the rest of the look “clean [so] that the skin really shined through.”
First, Mann made Moore’s complexion “glow” with Kosas Color & Light Palette in Papaya 1972. “It was the perfect peachy combo to warm up the skin.” Fun fact: Mann also used a bit of highlighter from the palette on the inner corner of Moore’s lids as the finishing touch to brighten them up! Also on Moore’s eyes: the Kosas 10-Second Eye Shadow in Globe “to achieve that sparkly golden color” plus Lashify lashes in A10 and A12, topped with few coats of the Kosas The Big Clean Mascara “to really make her lashes pop”. And to give her legs a pretty sheen, Mann applied a mix of Alleven Colour Shield in Ivory and Pearl.
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Just days earlier, the actress opened up about how her time playing the matriarch of the Pearson family has influenced her approach to becoming a mom in real life.
"Playing a matriarch of a family for the last five years and getting to see children at various different chapters and stages, I feel like I'm as pseudo-prepared as I can be," Moore, 36, said of playing Rebecca Pearson on the hit NBC series during a Friday appearance on the Today show.
"I've had babies and toddlers and adult children [on the show], so I've gotten a pretty good taste and lay of the land,” she added.
As for what she’s most looking forward to, Moore says she’s sure that music will play a big role in her son’s life.
"My husband is a musician, so the idea of being able to have music be this through-line in [the baby's] life is really exciting," she said. "To be able to bring him on the road with us is an exciting prospect. And holidays — we're at the beginning of the best season of the year, and I think about traditions and the way we're gonna be a family together. It's so exciting."
Moore and Goldsmith, who tied the knot in November 2018, first revealed their exciting baby news in September, sharing a set of sweet black-and-white photos that showed off the "Fifteen" singer's baby bump.
"Baby Boy Goldsmith coming early 2021 💙," Moore captioned the snaps.
Although Moore went on to reveal that she experienced a “tough” first trimester, she noted that it was a "small price to pay" to be expecting her bundle of joy.
The 2020 E! People's Choice Awards will broadcast live on Sunday at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo, E!, SYFY and USA.
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