Golden Globes Red Carpet Rundown – Part 1

Posted on January 10, 2017

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Kittens! Isn’t it time we put the main event to bed for this year? There are after-parties to get to! Hell, there are still PRE-parties upon which we have not fully opinionated! The horror! We simply must start doing this drive-by style.

Line ’em up!

 

 

Anna Kendrick in Vionnet
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When social media spends the next few hours discussing your boobsling and accompanying titscrepancy, you have picked a bad dress, dear.

Also: gray? How festive.

 

 

Blake Lively (in Atelier Versace) and Ryan Reynolds (in Gucci)

He looks good. She looks borderline tacky, but since it’s only borderline this time, we’ll let it slide without further bitchery.

Aren’t we sweet.

 

Felicity Huffman in Georges Chakra
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We keep trying really hard to like this, but it’s just not happening.

 

 

Gal Gadot in Mugler
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We get it. You’re pregnant, Wonder Woman.

We’re not loving the placement of the sequins, though.

 

 

Gwendoline Christie in Vivienne Westwood
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Peach goddess.

 

 

Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Edition by Georges Chakra
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This was a HUGE surprise! This is a white dress with black accents – and she normally wears black dresses with white accents! What a major step forward!

We’re bitches. She’s fine.

 

 

Kerri Russell (in J. Mendel) and Matthew Rhys (in Domenico Vacca)
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They look totally DTF.

 

 

Kerry Washington in Dolce&Gabbana
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Newp. Dollar store tablecloth.

 

 

Laura Dern in Burberry
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Low-key, but very pretty. It was nice to see a pink gown with a little more sophistication to it in a sea of princess gowns.

 

 

Maisie Williams in Ong Oaj Pairam
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WOW.

You GO, Arya¬†Stark. She’s never looked this good on the red carpet.

 

 

Naomi Campbell in Atelier Versace
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Hahahahahahahahahaha

Not even you, lady.

 

Octavia Spencer in Laura Basci
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This looks a little better here than it did onscreen. We like the color and the idea of it – we’ll always support a ladytux – but for a custom design, the fit isn’t very good.

 

 

Rachel Bloom in Christian Siriano
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It’s okay. She tends to like dresses that, quite frankly, are a little too mature for her. She could and should go for something fresher, but she’s pretty consisted about preferring this exact sort of look.

 

 

Reese Witherspoon in Atelier Versace
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Feels a little stale, to be honest.

 

 

Regina King in Romona Keveza
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Gorgeous.

 

 

Sienna Miller in Michael Kors Collection
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Awful. We hate the dress and we couldn’t get over the idea that she actually paid someone to do that to her head.

 

 

Sophie Turner in Louis Vuitton
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Hahahahahahahaha

Girl, no.

 

 

Thandie Newton in Monse
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LOVE.

 

 

Zoe Saldana in Gucci
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That’s IT. We’ve HAD it with these Barbie dresses. OFFICIALLY.

But we’ll still have more to say in Part 2.

 

 

 

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