Golden Globes 2023: Winners, Losers, Controversies – Live! | Golden Globes 2023
So, as always, there are some big records to break tonight, or at least decent and notable achievements. Follow these:
Daniels could become the first duo to win Best Director if they win for All At Once
Brad Pitt could become the most decorated actor in the Best Supporting Actor category if he wins for Babylon
Ke Huy Quan could become the first Vietnamese actor to win Best Supporting Actor if he wins for Everywhere At Once.
Ana de Armas could become the first Cuban actor to win Best Actress (Drama) if she wins for her role in “Blonde”.
Michelle Yeoh could become the first Malaysian actress and only the second Asian woman to win Best Actress (Comedy or Musical) if it’s All At Once.
Dolly de Leon could become the first Asian actor to win Best Supporting Actress if she wins for Triangle of Sorrows.
Diego Luna could become the first Mexican actor to win Best Actor (Drama) if he wins for Andor
Dragon House star Emma D’Arcy likes to play with the performance side of fashion.
Their plus size tailored look is very cool and very fashionable. Get ready to see a lot of dirty blue eyeliner on TikTok.
In an interview ahead of tonight’s ceremony, D’Arcy’s stylist Rose Forde explained her approach to the star’s style, saying: “I’ve always tried to make sure my clients look cool and relevant and confident in every event I work on… I’m also the biggest fashion I will not go to the moment, if there is no real sincerity behind it.
Here’s our film critic Peter Bradshaw’s take on the nominations, who he’s happy with, who he’s disappointed with and more
Margot Robbie brings Barbie pink, well, gray to the red carpet. The actress, who plays the doll in the much-anticipated film, is seen wearing Chanel. It’s interesting because she was released from her contract with the brand a few months ago and has since posed for Céline and Bottega Veneta. Talk about hitting the mark.
It really is!
Lily James, nominated for her role as Pamela Anderson in Pam and Tommy, seems to have been inspired by the Baywatch star. Her cherry red dress is the same as her lifeguard outfit.
If there’s one thing you can count on, Billy Porter always brings the drama to the red carpet. This time, she chose to bet on velvet for added luxury. We saw a lot of this pink shade last year, so it’s interesting that she’s still rocking it.
Nothing says “Take the Hollywood Foreign Press Association seriously” more than “Here’s our official post.”
Here’s the full list of your nominations, if you’re willing to take a gamble:
A simple but stylish version of the couple signed Hannah Bagshawe and Eddie Redmayne. Redmayne in Valentino asks for a giant floral bra. The must-have accessory for brides and grooms in 2023?
Not sure about the t-shirt though. Is that a cage?
In a pre-red carpet interview, Angela Bassett’s stylist said she was wearing “something simple but different.” A floor-length sequin dress will not disappoint. I like a fitted shape but not too tight a silhouette.
Bear star Ayo Edebiri swapped her white chef outfit for a powder blue two-piece. Note the exaggerated waistline. He is “behind!” shout? when he’s getting off the mat?
Not sure about the beige suede gloves. Worries come to mind.
After recently fronting the Gucci campaign and sitting front row at its latest show, Daisy Edgar-Jones is no slouch with the brand. This dress is a three in one when it comes to trends – lace, tulle and sequins are all there.
The Wednesday star usually opts for an almost cosplay style with a black color scheme and lots of lace. This Gucci dress looks completely different on her. The cropped silhouette has a Y2K feel – very Gen Z – and the little pleats are a nod to old Hollywood glamour.
Ooh, Best Actor nominee Jeremy Pope opted for a pair of leather and crystal embellished shoes. She credits her grandmother as the person who taught her the power of style. Well done, mother!
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