Golden Globes 2015 Red Carpet Rundown, Part 1

Posted on January 12, 2015

Darlings, here is the rundown of all the people who didn’t make the grade for T Lo, or as we like to call it, the Parade o’ Basic.


Amy Adams in Versace
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 It’s a very pretty gown that looks like a thousand other gowns she’s worn in the past 5 years.



Naomi Watts in Gucci
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Love the look, but we’re not convinced she can pull off that yellow. The necklace is stunning, though.



Kate Mara in Miu Miu
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It can’t be fun dragging a soaking wet hem around all night. But it’s probably less fun when you have to do it with Carol Brady hair and a big, ugly belt.



Gina Rodriguez in  Badgley Mischka
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Too plain. It looked like a big nothing on TV. PEOPLE: YOU’RE GONNA WANT THE INTEREST UP NEAR YOUR FACE FOR WHEN YOU’RE ACCEPTING AWARDS. No one’s looking at your hem.

Honestly, must we tell these celebs everything?


Julia Goldani Telles in Carmen Marc Valvo
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 Love the color and the shape, do not love the neckline.



Sienna Miller in Miu Miu
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That bodice is awful and she’s got crazy hair.


Leslie Mann in Kaufmanfranco
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Pretty enough. Yellow was the surprise color of the night, it seems. Love the green clutch as a punctuation point.



Dakota Johnson in Chanel Couture
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Julianna Margulies in Ulyana Sergeenko
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HUGE disappointment. She usually gets it so right, but this looks like old upholstery and the hem length is crazy unflattering.


Dina Kruger in Emilia Wickstead
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Simple but head-turning.



Jenna Dewan-Tatum in Carolina Herrera
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 This was the prettiest shade of yellow we saw all night. We love how floaty and feminine this looks.



Emma Stone in Lanvin
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 It’s fabulously stylish and different (for an awards show), but we’re not sure that ass bow really works.



Helen Mirren in Dolce&Gabbana
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 She’s still Queen Helen of the island of Fuckinfantastica to us.



Kristen Wiig in Delphine Manivet

Put her in a big floppy hat and she’s a bride in 1979.


Natasha Lyonne in Reem Acra
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Katie Holmes in Marchesa
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What a gorgeous color.


Jessica Lange in J. Mendel
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 That bodice is too tricky and those sleeves are hellaciously unflattering.


Anna Faris in Reem Acra
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 A beautiful dress that does nothing for her coloring.



Maura Tierney in Jenny Packham
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 That’s something for a retiring opera singer to wear to her swan song performance, dear.



Matthew McConaughey (in Dolce&Gabbana) and Camila Alves (in Monique Lhuillier)
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He looks crazy and she looks like the First Lady of some corrupt regime.



Christine Baranski in Zac Posen
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 A shade too tight but it gets the job done.



Kate Hudson in Atelier Versace
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Why would you wear such a head-turning dress as this and then do THAT to your hair? If any dress called for a giant sex-kitten blowout, this one did. We question her instincts.



Allison Janney in Ella Zahlan
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Pretty. Also gets the job done.



Felicity Huffman in Lorena Sarbu
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 It’s all right. Probably not as formal as the night required.



Catherine Zeta-Jones in Angel Sanchez
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Works for us.



Reese Witherspoon in Calvin Klein Collection
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This is probably what we can expect from her throughout awards season; simple Hollywood goddess looks. That’s probably the best way to go for her, even if it’s not the most interesting.



Salma Hayek in Alexander McQueen
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 Feh. More high-end upholstery.



Taylor Schilling in Ralph Lauren Collection
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 Pretty color and shape, kinda digging the halter and keyhole for her. But  – and this seems to be a theme for the night – the hair and face look kind of harsh.



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