Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake Deemed Best Dressed Couple at Emmys

Mandy Huang
By Mandy Huang
September 19, 2018Entertainmentshare

Jessica Biel was nominated this year for the 70th Emmy Awards for her leading actress role in USA’s “The Sinner.”

Her pop singer husband Justin Timberlake accompanied her on the red carpet, and they were deemed the best-dressed couple by many.

Biel wore a strapless white gown with a scallop pattern by Ralph & Russo which was considered elegant and beautiful. Timberlake wore a fitted black suit with white shirt and a black bow tie.

Timberlake posted a picture of the couple on Instagram, with the caption, “We got a babysitter #Emmys.”

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They’re known for being supportive of each other and their family, especially their three-year-old son Silas. In fact, they sent a special secret signal to Silas on the red carpet.

Other nominees for best lead actress for the 70th Emmy Awards included Laura Dern for “The Tale,” Michelle Dockery for “Godless,” Edie Falco for “Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders,” Regina King for “Seven Seconds,” and Sarah Paulson for “American Horror Story: Cult.”

This is the first time Biel was nominated for an Emmy since she shows up more on the big screen. Timberlake said he knew that Biel was nominated for an Emmy before him.

“I saw how much she put into it. … I might do something obnoxious [if she wins],” he joked, according to ET.

Meanwhile, Biel said she wants Timberlake “to direct me in something.”

This time the Emmy for best actress went to Regina King.

Biel changed to a bright yellow gown and the two looked happy at the after party, even though she didn’t win.

Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake at 70th Emmy’s after party
Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake attend the 70th Emmy Awards’ after party in Los Angeles, Calif. on Sept. 17, 2018. (Valerie Macon/Getty Images)

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