By night it is glamorous—of the red-carpet, body-glow, Hollywood sort.
While the teens are reportedly being paid $5,000 an episode, MTV withholds invitations to red-carpet events like the VMAs.
He didn't like Hollywood, he didn't care about red-carpet dressing, and he never sucked up to the media.
During these all-important weeks of non-stop schmoozing before Oscar ballots are due, Bening has been a red-carpet regular.
For the affluent, there are endless benefits, events, and red-carpet soirees—and everyone is expected to give big.
OK, fine, by Mariah/Seacrest red-carpet standards, this wasn't a total disaster.
Trendier celebrities like Azealia Banks and Katy Perry also have worn the jewel, to performances and red-carpet appearances.
Not for Rodriguez the decorous, red-carpet likes of Gwynnie, Sandra Bullock, or Tom Cruise, but “hot criminal” Jeremy Meeks.
It was into these palaces of privilege that Jen and Gwyn seemed to disappear barely moments after their red-carpet strolls.
We are not interested in a red-carpet tour during which the very best would be trotted our for propaganda purposes.
Luxurious; plush; ritzy: Jewelry gives you a red carpet elegance (1950s+)
A sumptuous welcome: He was sort of expecting the red carpet and not the fish-eye (1934+)
[fr an ancient custom, at least as old as Aeschylus's Agamemnon, of putting down a red carpet over which a welcomed dignitary would walk]