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Here Are The Best Celebrity Outfits From This Year's Golden Globes And Don't Debate Me

I wanted a bit of drama, a bit of sparkle, a bit of thigh, and a whole lot of attitude. The celebrities didn't disappoint me this year.

Hey guys, Jamé here! One of my favorite things about awards season is seeing all the beautiful outfits that celebrities will wear. This year's Golden Globes didn't disappoint, so here's what we saw down the red carpet:

Sandra Oh gave us look after look, but none stunned like her red carpet white floor-length Versace gown (with exaggerated shoulders, because, duh).

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One of my votes for top style contenders of the night goes to Kiki Layne, who wore this STUNNING custom Dior tulle dress and literally looked like a princess.

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Not really sure why Janet Mock wanted to snatch my edges like this, but she donned this athleisure Off White number on the red carpet and my life has officially been made.

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Jamie Lee Curtis gave us a thigh-high split, a silver sequin, and a white dress. Oh, with the icy-white hair to match.

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Lupita Nyong'o stole my heart in custom Calvin Klein (oh, and she paired the dress with $90 Aldo shoes, which I stan).

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Danai Gurira brought that HEAT with her in an embroidered Rodarte off-shoulder gown with Fred Leighton jewels. I LOVED this look on her.

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Jeannie Mai stunned in this Kenneth Barlis green-and-gold lacquard gown.

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Regina King was playing NO games with us in this custom Alberta Ferretti pink sequin dress. SLAY, HONEY!

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Claire Foy made a case for yellow in this gorgeous gown with a trailing train behind it. Now, I want more yellow in my wardrobe.

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Jessica Chastain gave us a LEWK in this black Burberry cape gown. So effortlessly chic, no?

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Mj Rodriguez made her Golden Globes debut in this aqua blue Prabal Gurung gown from their Resort 2019 collection. 🔥

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Emily Blunt wore a sleeveless Alexander McQueen lace dress, and completed her look with a simple grey makeup look and pulled back hair. Subtle yet sophisticated!

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Nicole Kidman had one of my favorite looks of the night in the sequined skintight Michael Kors gown. THIS is what fashion Heaven looks like to me.

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Emma Stone stepped out on the red carpet in a pale pink Louis Vuitton Atelier gown. It felt very old-Hollywood and was definitely an Internet hit!

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Julia Roberts gave me what very few did at the Golden Globes: A jumpsuit. Nudes and black will never go out of style, people.

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I'm ashamed to admit how much I've stared at Saoirse Ronan's Gucci gown and orange lip, but I'm also not going to stop looking.

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Halle Berry never disappoints us on the red carpet, and this year, she served a burgundy Zuhair Murad gown with a plunging neckline and a thigh slit. We can have both!

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Maya Rudolph gave us a ton of frills and sheer detailing in this beautiful black gown. I'm totally a fan.

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Lady Gaga...sigh. What words can I say? Until I get my emotions together, here's a photo of Gaga in Valentino:

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Anne Hathaway gave us fierce MEOW in this animal print latex-looking dress. I want this dress right now (looking for affordable dupes online).

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Alana Mayo and Lena Waithe were absolute visions in all black.

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Indya Moore gave us fierce, fly, and fabulous in this Louis Vuitton number. Also honey's legs are TONED, ya hear me?!

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Janelle Monae definitely turned heads in this black and gold Chanel dress (over a white dress). She topped her look (no pun intended) wth a gold leather hat.

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Isla Fisher gave us volume and drama in this black sheer lace strapless number. Love the red lip and diamond necklace pairing!

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Julianne Moore gave us a white halter dress with Chopard jewelry and accessories — super simple yet effective.

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Chrissy Metz was the lady in red while wearing custom Tanya Taylor. I love the embellished arms and the off-the-shoulder look, so chic.

Glamour interviewed the designer, who shared some insight on how Metz's dress was made. Read more on it here.
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Glamour interviewed the designer, who shared some insight on how Metz's dress was made. Read more on it here.

Styled by Jason Bolden, Taraji P. Henson smized for the cameras while wearing custom Vera Wang and Roberto Coin accessories.

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Thandie Newton showed off her toned abs in a sleeveless custom Michael Kors dress with a great neckline and cut-outs. Whew!

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Constance Wu stole my heart in this custom Vera Wang tulle gown with a statement-making orange velvet ribbon.

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Heidi Klum never disappoints, and for the festivities, she rocked this playful Monique Lhuillier floral number from their fall 2019 collection.

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Gina Rodriguez made a political statement on the red carpet, rocking this pastel blue gown with the words "Time's Up" written on the back.

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Octavia Spencer gave us glam in this shiny off-the-shoulder black number and smokey eye.

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Gemma Chan gave us a fitted bodice with a flared bottom, of course tying it together with a little leg, a red lip, and slicked hair. She has my vote!

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Lucy Liu had one of the most killer looks of the night, mostly because it was so subtle yet such a wild card at the same time. LOVE.

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Dominique Jackson gave us angelic vibes in this heavenly Marc Bouwer gown with a plunging front and back. And her makeup? Of course, Pat McGrath!

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