Now this is more like it.
I adore Nicole Kidman’s ivory Nina Ricci Spring 2010 bias dress with delicately placed bows.
This look is so refreshing from all the fitted dresses she’s been wearing recently.
I love the colour, her side swept bun and she appears to be make-up malfunction free.
The pictures of Mo’Nique on the red carpet weren’t very flattering as she was holding the gown by her knees to keep the hem dry, but in the press room we got at better look at her.
The ‘Best Supporting Actress’ Golden Globe winner looked sensational wearing strapless gold Reem Acra custom-made gown.
I like that she kept the neck bare as a large necklace may have over shadowed her beautiful yet simple gown.
Surprisingly I don’t hate Jennifer Aniston in this black Valentino Pre-Fall 2010 gown.
Maybe it’s because of the sexy thigh-high split, or the confidence oozing out of her, or that sultry (for her) make-up or maybe it’s the sleep deprivation kicking.
Whilst I like the dress, heels and make-up, I’m still begging for a hairstyle change. Just a pony or updo will suffice.
Julianna Margulies was also a winner on the night, collecting the award for ‘Best Actress in a Drama’ for her role in “The Good Wife”.
She opted for an interesting Narciso Rodriguez black gown with a blood red shimmering asymmetrical bodice.
It been a long time since I was excited about Kate Winslet on the red carpet.
That midnight blue YSL gown is a great colour for her and the cut flatters her figure so beautifully.
The gown is accented with a pearl and crystal embroidery detail.
Great Kate is back.
Halle Berry wore a Kaufman Franco black silk bias cut gown with lace inserts.
She looked gorgeous but it’s the same plunging neckline and silhouette we’ve seen a million times before.
So whilst I like it, I’m also incredibly bored by it.
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