The Best Dressed Celebrities At The 2019 Golden Globes

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The 2019 Golden Globes saw big surprises, including Bohemian Rhapsody’s big win for Best Motion Picture, but the red carpet style was characterized by classic Hollywood elegance. From glamorous gowns to sequinned ensembles and sharp pantsuits, celebrities opened awards season in their best. Scroll through some of our favorite fashion looks below.

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1 Sandra Oh

Co-host Sandra Oh was picturesque in a white Versace gown before taking the stage, where she also accepted the award for her role in Killing Eve.

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2 Julia Roberts

The Homecoming actress looked sharp in Stella McCartney, layering a tulle dress over black trousers.

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3 Constance Wu

The Crazy Rich Asians star knew early on she wanted to work with an Asian-American designer for the Golden Globes. She chose this custom Vera Wang tulle gown with a sexy, sheer corset bodice.

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4 Lady Gaga

Leave it to Lady Gaga to make a sartorial statement on the red carpet. She paid homage to Judy Garland in the 1954 version of A Star is Born with this cerulean blue Valentino gown.

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5 Regina King

King dazzled on the red carpet in this sparkly, sequinned rose-colored dress by Alberta Ferretti before taking home the award for Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture for If Beale Street Could Talk.

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6 Charlize Theron

Theron, once again, delivered timeless elegance in this black and white number by Dior.

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7 Nicole Kidman

Kidman never disappoints on the red carpet and last night was different. She looked killer in this long-sleeved, sequinned gown from the Michael Kors collection.

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8 Chrissy Metz

The This Is Us actress was on fire in this custom Tanya Taylor dress with puff sleeves that were embellished with over a thousand(!!) crystals.

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9 Emmy Rossum

It felt like a fairy tale for Rossum in this tulle ballgown by Monique Lhuillier.

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10 Emily Blunt

Nominee Emily Blunt wore a lacy high-neck number by Alexander McQueen.

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11 Gemma Chan

Crazy Rich Asians actress Gemma Chan proved shorts can be red carpet-chic in this teal ensemble by Valentino Couture.