Sarah attends the Teen Vogue Celebrates 14th Annual Young Hollywood Issue event and here are the some photos:
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“Blindsided” – The Dunphys and Pritchett’s are going head-to-head when Luke decides his best chance at getting into college is running for senior class president against Manny. The outcome of this election is even more important to Jay, Gloria and Claire, who prove to be dubious campaign managers. Now that Haley has started her own promotion business, Phil insists on introducing her to marketing guru Merv Schechter (played by Martin Short), who hasn’t seen a stress ball he can’t slap a logo on yet. Meanwhile, Cam finds out his star football player is moving away and makes a rash decision that is going to make home life a little cramped for Mitch and Cam on “Mondern Family,” WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5 (9:00-9:30 p.m. EDT), on the ABC Television Network.
Haley and Andy shippers should prepare for Haley to sail off with a new man. For now.
“There’s a little bit of a hiatus taken between Andy (Adam DeVine) and Haley (Sarah Hyland), and ultimately she does get involved in a new relationship,” says Lloyd. “But whether that lasts, or to maybe what extent Andy intersects with that, is left an open question… He moved off to get his career going. They felt they needed to really see where they were, to take some time apart, and to test how strong their relationship is, and one of the ways Haley does that is to get involved with a new guy. But we’ve talked about maybe rolling Andy back in to the middle of that and seeing how that plays out.”
Sarah Hyland, who has been acting since she was four, says she greatly admires how Dakota Fanning and Emma Watson have transitioned from child to adult roles, but admits she is glad she personally didn’t become famous until she was a little older.
Hyland opened up to UPI recently about her long career while she was promoting her Netflix movie XOXO, which is now streaming.
“I’ve always had tremendous support from my family and friends and fans who have been there along the way, especially the past eight years,” the 25-year-old actress said in a phone interview. “But I think I was very lucky in the sense that when I was a child actor, it’s not like I was [famous] like Dakota Fanning and she has made a very seamless transition from child actor to adult, as well. I really admire what she has done with her career, what she has done with her life. I don’t know her, but she seems like a very, very strong, independent, talented woman, who knows what she wants. Same with people like Emma Watson, you know? But I was never in the public eye like they were when they were 10 years old or when they were five years old. I was very lucky to be steadily working, but just be somewhat under the radar. I think that helped my transition a lot. I was still really, really able to be a kid and make mistakes without people noticing.
“If you knew me when I was a teenager, growing up in New York City, oh man! The press would have had a field day,” she teased. “But I’m very glad I was able to do that under the radar before I was in the public eye.”
Hyland appeared in films such as Private Parts, Blind Date and Annie before breaking through as a full-fledged star in Modern Family. Season 8 of the show is to premiere Wednesday night.
“A Stereotypical Day” – Jay does not want to give the new family moving in across the street the wrong impression and goes out of his way to make sure they know he is the best kind of neighbor, while Manny decides that the best way to an attractive and radical-thinking teenage girl’s heart is through his actions. Meanwhile, at the Pritchett house, the entire family is using Alex’s recent bout of mono to their advantage. Finally, Cam and Mitchell have always felt they were the most open, non-judgmental and supportive parents. However, when they overhear Lily insulting her new friend, they have to take a quick look in the mirror before they teach her a lesson about acceptance, on ‘Modern Family,’ WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 (9:00-9:31 p.m. EDT), on the ABC Television Network.
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Modern Family star Sarah Hyland has been attending the Emmys ever since ABC’s hit comedy was first nominated in 2010—and with a steady stream of nods for the show year after year, the 25-year-old star has become a pro at prepping for television’s biggest night. This year, she took InStyle along for the ride—from getting glam to hitting the red carpet in a show-stopping Monique Lhuillier bodice-and-pants ensemble. Hyland’s inspo for the look? “My fantastic stylist, Brad Goreski, and I wanted to bring a really classy look to the Emmys that’s a bit different, but still traditional and dramatic,” Hyland told InStyle earlier today. “It was a bit of a half-gown and trouser moment, and I loved it.”
Other than hitting the red carpet, Hyland’s highlight of the night was celebrating Mr. Robot star Rami Malek’s win for Lead Actor in a Drama Series. “He’s a dear friend of mine, and I was over-the-moon happy for him,” said Hyland. “He’s so deserving of it, but that’s a very tough category and I was so, so happy for him.”
Another of Hyland’s favorite moments came later on in the evening, well after the ceremony had ended. “I accidentally bumped into one of Matt Damon’s friends at Jimmy Kimmel’s party, and this woman said I should go up to Matt Damon and say that my grandfather invented cardboard,” said Hyland. “I asked if it was a dare, and she said yes—and I don’t take dares very lightly. So I waited for Matt Damon to be done talking—with my friend Rami, actually—and I went up to him and said, ‘Just so you know, my grandfather invented cardboard.’ He thought it was funny, so that was the first time I met Matt Damon. And I think I like them apples.”
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