Tony Awards Red Carpet Stars

From Scarlett and Katie to Ryan and Will, Hollywood turns out to honor Broadway

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SCARLETT JOHANSSON

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The winner for best performance by a featured actress in a play, the A View from the Bridge turns up the sex appeal in a plunging, dark green Elie Saab gown and Harry Winston diamonds.

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RYAN REYNOLDS

RYAN REYNOLDS
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Supporting his winning wife, the hits the red carpet solo in a dashing Tom Ford tuxedo.

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KATIE HOLMES

KATIE HOLMES
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The steals the spotlight in a Giorgio Armani Privé gunmetal strapless gown and loose curls.

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CATE BLANCHETT

CATE BLANCHETT
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skips a traditional gown for a sharp-shouldered, shimmering, Giorgio Armani Privé silver suit, accented with major Van Cleef & Arpels diamonds and a Roger Vivier clutch.

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NAOMI WATTS AND LIEV SCHREIBER

NAOMI WATTS AND LIEV SCHREIBER
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Schreiber may be up for best performance by a leading actor in a play (for A View from the Bridge), but he already has quite a prize in partner . The actress stuns in a long-sleeve blush RM by Roland Mouret gown, a Marchesa clutch and Fred Leighton diamond earrings.

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CATHERINE ZETA-JONES

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Arriving with husband Michael Douglas, for best performance by a leading actress in a musical debuts new bangs along with her ice-blue Atelier Versace gown and Lorraine Schwartz jewelry.

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WILL AND JADA PINKETT SMITH

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The producers of Fela! support the multi-nominated musical in style, with a sleek patterned tuxedo and a ruffled, scarlet Marchesa dress and Fred Leighton rubies for her.

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LEA MICHELE

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Glee’s leading lady is a ray of sunshine on a rainy N.Y.C. evening in her sweeping goldenrod gown by Zac Posen and Tiffany & Co. diamonds.

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MATTHEW MORRISON

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Michele’s costar – and performance partner for the evening – is a far cry from Mr. Shuester’s vests in his sleek Dolce & Gabbana tuxedo.

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LUCY LIU

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Celebrating her Broadway debut earlier this year, the is pretty in pink in a tulle Marchesa confection, Stephen Russell jewelry and a Roger Vivier clutch.

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DENZEL WASHINGTON

DENZEL WASHINGTON
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After walking away with a Tony for his performance in Fences, Washington proved his style mettle in a tuxedo with a white bowtie.

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KERRY WASHINGTON

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The Race star brought a soft touch to the evening in her draped pastel Emanuel Ungaro gown, Sergio Rossi heels and PADMA by Padma Lakshmi earrings.

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DANIEL RADCLIFFE

DANIEL RADCLIFFE
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With fans getting excited for the November release of the next Harry Potter, the honors his other love – the stage – in a sharp tuxedo.

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KRISTIN CHENOWETH

KRISTIN CHENOWETH
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The petite singer picks a mini for the red carpet, turning up in a crystal-trimmed white Tony Ward Couture dress, Brumani jewelry and matching metallic Sergio Rossi peep-toes.

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IDINA MENZEL

IDINA MENZEL
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The Tony winner returns to her Broadway stamping grounds to present in a flower-bedecked, shimmering Carolina Herrera navy gown and Fred Leighton diamond earrings.

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ANTONIO BANDERAS AND MELANIE GRIFFITH

ANTONIO BANDERAS AND MELANIE GRIFFITH
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The Tinseltown twosome blend into N.Y.C. in a chic black sheath for her and a tailored tuxedo for him.

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RICKY MARTIN

RICKY MARTIN
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Having just announced that he will return to Broadway in 2012 in Evita, the singer, who came out earlier this year, even makes a bowtie look sexy as he hits the red carpet.

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MARK SANCHEZ AND JAMIE-LYNN SIGLER

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Before proclaiming his love for musicals while presenting, the New York Jets quarterback hit the red carpet with Jamie-Lynn Sigler (in Monique Lhuillier) – their first major appearance together.

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