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The entire red carpet arrival subjects stars — particularly women — to a microscopic, unforgiving assessment of their every bump, lump and wrinkle, whether the wrinkle is in a dress or on a face.
Vergara, 42, is reportedly the highest-paid actress in television. Don't forget that she soared to that fame and fortune adroitly playing a character in the hit sitcom "Modern Family" who is a Latina bombshell, one who understands the power of her looks but is not limited by them. She obviously put a bit of her character, Gloria Pritchett, on that pedestal.
On the other hand, it would have been monumentally awkward to put on that spinning pedestal, say, Julianna Margulies of "The Good Wife," who had just won an Emmy for playing a tough-minded lawyer who has evolved over the seasons from loyal wife and dutiful law firm member. (Even though Margulies looked just as fabulous Monday night as Vergara.)
So next year, they'll send up this whole incident and put the host on a spinning platform.