The Tony Awards are the biggest night in Broadway, and for the occasion, the biggest stars from stage, screen, and elsewhere hit the red carpet on June 8! Check out our gallery of all the red carpet arrivals!
The Radio City Music Hall in New York City on June 8 was packed with all of the best and brightest from stage, screen and elsewhere in honor of the 2014 Tony Awards. From nominees like Bryan Cranston, Neil Patrick Harris, and Idina Menzel, to the casts of Aladdin, Hedwig And The Angry Inch, A Raisin In The Sun, and Violet, to appearances from Tina Fey, Jonathan Groff, Orlando Bloom and more, the 68th annual Tony Awards were the place to be. Check out our gallery of the red carpet arrivals and to find out what your favorites were wearing on this ultra-glam evening!
Tony Awards Red Carpet: Hugh Jackman, Jonathan Groff, Zachary Levi & More
Hugh dressed the part of host in a black suit and bowtie, as well as an enormous beard. Hey, Wolverine regenerates follicles as quickly as anything else! He walked the carpet with his lovely wife, Deborra-Lee Furness, who wore a beautiful black gown.
Jonathan Groff, Zach Braff, Zachary Quinto, Matt Bomer, and number one handsome person Zachary Levi also opted for a black suits and bowties, looking very dapper.
Idina and Emmy Rossum were absolutely radiant on the carpet. Idina in her blood red gown and Emmy in her silvery metallic one, they were easily the best dressed on the carpet.
2 Broke Girls‘ Beth Behrs also made an appearance with her blonde hair in a relaxed, wavy shoulder bob and wearing a long black dress with a white bodice and a black, white and silver-patterned skirt. Maggie Gyllenhaal wore a strapless, feathered white gown that we’re just sure will hit somebody’s worst dressed list, but we think she looks fantastic!
Tony Awards Red Carpet: Fantasia, Patti LaBelle, Fran Drescher & More
American Idol season 3 winner Fantasia was gorgeous in a daring cleavage-baring turquoise gown, and she was found posing often beside absolute legend Patti LaBelle, who looked ridiculously younger than her 70 years with a short, cute bob.
Fran Drescher, star of Cinderella, seemed to be honoring the release of the second season of Orange Is The New Black with a shimmery orange mermaid-style dress. It literally could not be more orange.
So, HollywoodLifers, what did you think of the carpet at the Tony Awards? Who had your favorite look? Let us know!
— Amanda Michelle Steiner