The Golden Globes red carpet was mostly home and truly fabulous

HHere’s what a “virtual red carpet” adds up to: Lots of famous people in hotel rooms, or at home, looking very dressed up with a very close place to go. Lockdown means these celebrities are briefly like us, but unlike us, who are waiting for an awards show, so –raise the shoulders-What are you going to do? Well they are dressed very well and we enjoyed seeing the interior of Colin Farrell’s living room.

The best thing about the Golden Globes was the whole domestic peekaboo.

At home or in a hotel, they could order room service or have on hand with snacks, and not have to staple a smile on their faces for hours. And yes, the Golden Globes demonstrated just how excruciating Zoom Meetings can be, this time competing for statuettes.

Either way, nothing should interrupt the E’s! Live from the red carpet, where presenters Giuliana Rancic and Karamo Brown, stranded alone on red carpet pieces at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles, did their best to live up to the show’s title. They stood on red carpet stretches at the Beverly Hilton, with … there wasn’t much going on around them, and organized some sort of mass meeting, absurdly schmoozy Zoom, with the added exciting presence. invisible glam squads.

Just for the excitement, as the glittering tumbleweed passed, Rancic and Karamo deserved their own awards (Rancic was especially gushing, bordering on baffled, talking to Ozark star Julia Garner, who looked equally emotional while dressing in Prada). There were celebrities who had been released for the evening, to perform on in New York and Los Angeles; they had the red carpet to themselves.

Amanda Seyfried wore a fitted floral dress (off camera, her baby had her own tuxedo!). Regina King chased her glamor team out of her hair and makeup prep, proving that you can be a diva in your own salon.

Carey Mulligan (Promising young woman) was fully dressed in a hotel room.

Gillian Anderson (The crown) was in a hotel room in Prague, his accent stranded in this fascinating way between Kensington and California.

Josh O’Connor (Prince Charles in The crown) was fully dressed in what looked like another hotel room.

Elle Fanning was in another hotel room, in a personalized Gucci dress and Fred Leighton jewelry.

A virtual red carpet, it turned out, was just as tasteless as ever – a cavalcade of “You are amazing”, “No, you are more amazing”, with the added complications of frozen zooms and delays.

Bob Odenkirk (You better call Saul) was right, with an open-necked tuxedo and what looked like a well-stocked bar behind him.

Margot Robbie did what Margot Robbie tends to do: wear Chanel, of which she is the ambassador. It meant lots of C’s intertwined on her belt and matching purse.

Kate Hudson, nominated for her performance in relaxed at home in a very comfortable off-the-shoulder white dress. “Just because we’re doing the Golden Globes from home doesn’t mean I’m not going to bring the same old-fashioned vibes to my couch!” she wrote on Instagram. She then transformed into Louis Vuitton.

Eiza González opted for a black Versace dress, with a lining under the breasts very Versace.

Nicola Coughlan from Bridgerton brought the drama to a very The beauty and the Beast-sque yellow ball gown by Molly Goddard.

All those who participated in the In the style The Golden Globes elevator camera had fun, but maybe no one did more than Keke Palmer in a matching Dior ensemble.

Angela Bassett reached the red carpet in a gorgeous purple Dolce and Gabbana, with a dramatic slit and leg feathers.

Andra Day, nominated for her performance in The United States vs. Billie , shone in a Chanel dress and jewelry.

Nothing to see here, just The stewardess Star Kaley Cuoco has fun in Oscar de la Renta and Harry Winston jewelry.

Stylist Jason Bolden donned a neon green Valentino haute couture dress for Cynthia Erivo. Notice the fabulous white leather opera gloves.

Regina King nailed it in Louis Vuitton and Forever Marc jewelry. Her dog, Cornbread, also had some screen time.

Thank you Laura Dern for showcasing the power of the tuxedo.

Amy Poehler wore the unofficial hospitality uniform: Metallic Moschino.

Tina Fey also got the blazer dress minus the sparks.

Overnight, glamor emerged from challenge. Back on the red carpet, Tiffany Haddish glittered in Alberta Ferretti, and then it was time for the show to begin – and for us to return to the lounges and hotel suites, and the strangest, most charming Zoom reunion in the world. the year. far.

#Golden #Globes #red #carpet #home #fabulous

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