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Golden Globes 2019: The Best Red Carpet Looks

The celebrities who dazzled at 2019's first Hollywood awards ceremony.

An annual award ceremony that bestows accolades for outstanding performance in film and television, the Golden Globe Awards is back for its 76th edition this year, which means the awards season has officially begun.

This year’s event sees the nomination of Asian stars like Constance Wu for Best Actress in a Motion Picture — Musical or Comedy for Crazy Rich Asians, as well as entertainment heavy-weights such as Lady Gaga for Best Actress in a Motion Picture — Drama, for her role in A Star is Born.

But while the names on the envelopes are highly anticipated, the ceremony is also all about the fashion. And this year’s red carpet looks did not disappoint, with starlets decked to the nines in their best and most glamorous duds. Here are 10 looks at the star-studded celebration of film and television that took our breath away.

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Constance Wu
The Crazy Rich Asians’ lead was an ethereal stunner in her nude coloured Vera Wang gown. Featuring a corset-like bodice and a floor-length, tulle skirt, the decadent orange velvet bow gave an unexpected touch of colour to Wu’s dreamy ensemble. Gemma Chan
Chan nailed her red carpet look in this petrol blue Valentino gown that showed off her long limbs. With a cinched waist and eye-catching bouffant train, the actress’ statement earrings and matching heels were just the right amount of accessories for the simple yet elegant ensemble. Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga was breath-taking in this strapless Valentino ensemble designed by creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli. Made of silk faille that features dramatic off-the-shoulder sleeves and a colossal cascading train, only the Queen of Pop can pull this look off so immaculately — not to mention, slay the Internet with her outfit. Michelle Yeoh
Styling the leather and lace number with an elegant diamond choker, a statement watch and a sophisticated embellished clutch, Yeoh was a picture of grace and sophistication. Lili Reinhart
Best known for playing Betty Cooper in Riverdale, Reinhart rocked her Golden Globes debut by opting for a Khyeli Couture red tulle gown. Julia Roberts
Roberts is a classic example of how you don’t have to turn up in a glamorous frock to look on point. She opted for a Stella McCartney two-piece instead that’s edgy and polished. Love. Dakota Fanning
Showing up in a silver satin Armani Prive gown, we never expected less from Fanning who has understated elegance on lockdown since she graduated kid acting. What’s not to love? Penelope Cruz
In Ralph & Russo, Cruz looked every bit the ravishing beauty she’s known to be. Heidi Klum
Bold yet whimsical, this girly, organza Monique Lhuillier gown with 3D floral motifs complements Heidi Klum’s radiant skin perfectly. Jamie Lee Curtis
The epitome of age being just a number, Curtis rocked her Alexander McQueen gown like no tomorrow.