"RED CARPET CONFIDENTIAL," A NEW "ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT" PRIMETIME SPECIAL HOSTED BY STEVEN COJOCARU AND LARA SPENCER, WILL BE BROADCAST TUESDAY, JAN. 4 ON THE CBS TELEVISION NETWORK
Oprah Winfrey, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Debra Messing, Cate Blanchett, Kate Beckinsale, the Victoria's Secret Angels, Beyonce Knowles, Paris Hilton, Tom Hanks, Denise Richards and Halle Berry Share Their Star-Powered Beauty Secrets
ET Joins Emily Procter, Marg Helgenberger, Leah Remini and Carnie Wilson
As They Prepare and Maintain Their Red Carpet Styles
RED CARPET CONFIDENTIAL, the new primetime special from "Entertainment Tonight" that features movie and television stars sharing their secret beauty and style tips, will be broadcast Tuesday, Jan. 4 (8:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Hosted by ET's Steven Cojocaru and Lara Spencer from "The Insider," the one-hour primetime special features Oprah Winfrey, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Debra Messing, Cate Blanchett, Kate Beckinsale, the Victoria's Secret Angels, Beyonc� Knowles, Paris Hilton, Tom Hanks, Denise Richards and Halle Berry.
Oprah, Halle and Beyonc� so famous that a first name is all you need. But how do these glamorous stars of stage and screen maintain their fabulous red carpet looks? Now, with "Entertainment Tonight," they reveal the techniques and secrets they use to become red carpet confident.
� Emily Procter ("CSI: Miami") -- When a hectic production schedule gets in the way of her personal time, Emily shows ET's Maria Menounos how she gets her glamour before presenting at the CMAs.
� The Dress I Wish I'd Never Worn -- Every celebrity has one! Now, from Catherine Zeta-Jones to Britney Spears, we give the stars a chance to come clean on their worst red carpet dress EVER! The stories behind the gowns that didn't work and why!
� Marg Helgenberger ("CSI") -- On an exclusive trip to downtown L.A.'s fashion district, the CSI beauty lets her hair down with fashion maven Steven Cojocaru to show him just how fashion forward a good bargain can be.
� Queen Latifah -- From rapper to red carpet royalty, this Oscar nominee welcomes Lara to the set of her new music video to break down her "Do's & Don'ts" of the Red Carpet.
� Leah Remini ("The King of Queens") -- With 45 lbs. of baby weight to lose, Leah gets real with Steven Cojocaru on the Hollywood image game, her personal beauty secrets and how to look good at any size by hiding the figure flaws.
� Carnie Wilson -- America's poster girl for weight loss gets help from Steven Cojocaru on how to 'cut out' the clothes that aren't worthy of Carnie's new body.
� Cojo's Famous Fashion Transformations of All Time -- Steven Cojocaru counts down his top five of Hollywood's own extreme fashion makeovers and the stars that changed their images, and their look, for the red carpet catwalk.
� Tricks of the Trade -- From body shimmer and goat's milk facials to avocado face masks and more, celebs share the little-known secrets they use to keep their faces fabulous.
Since his arrival at ET last season, Steven Cojocaru, better known as Cojo, has interviewed many of the industry's biggest stars, including Jennifer Lopez, Britney Spears, Halle Berry, Sarah Jessica Parker and Jennifer Aniston. He has been a fixture on the red carpet at major events such as the Academy Awards, the Emmys, the MTV Movie Awards, the VMAs, the Venice Film Festival and the Westminster Dog Show, to name a few. This year, with the launch of ET's new spinoff series, THE INSIDER, Cojocaru's correspondent duties expanded. In addition to his role on ET, Cojocaru is a weekly contributor to "Today," and he recently served as People magazine's West Coast Style Editor, where he authored the magazine's popular column "Behind the Seams." He has also appeared in fashion and red carpet specials for E! Entertainment Television and VH1's "Behind the Music." Recently, Cojocaru published his first book, the best-selling Red Carpet Diaries: Confessions of a Glamour Boy.
Lara Spencer is the New York Anchor of THE INSIDER, Paramount Domestic Television's new nightly half-hour newsmagazine. Prior to joining the show, Spencer served as a national correspondent for "Good Morning America" since 1999. After 9/11, she was the head reporter on the Emmy-nominated GMA series, "50 States in 50 Weeks: In Search of America," which featured Spencer exploring the diversity of the American states in a red convertible. In addition to her duties as New York Anchor on THE INSIDER, Spencer will remain the host of the most-watched primetime series on PBS, "Antiques Roadshow."
RED CARPET CONFIDENTIAL is being produced by Paramount Domestic Television. Linda Bell Blue is the executive producer. Janet Annino is co-executive producer. Brad Bessey is senior producer and the writer and Miguel Enciso is directing.