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Monday, January 14, 2013

In the nude! Hayden Panettiere, Amy Adams and Megan Fox lead the way in pale fishtail dresses on Golden Globes red carpet


The glamorous ladies of the silver screen certainly didn't disappoint as they turned on the sex appeal in an array of stunning gowns at the 70th Golden Globe Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday. Leading the charge, from left, were Naomi Watts, Claire Danes, Jennifer Lawrence, Jessica Alba, Megan Fox (wearing Dolce&Gabbana), Amy Adams (in Marchesa), Hayden Panettiere (in Roberto Cavalli), Jennifer Lopez, Anne Hathaway and Michelle Dockery.

Let's here it for the girls: Hayden Panettiere, Amy Adams and Megan Fox lead the early arrivals at the Golden Globe Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday, with all opting for pale-coloured fishtail gowns

New mother Megan, 26, looked gorgeous in a Dolce&Gabbana dress, Jimmy Choo shoes, Lorraine Schwartz jewels, and a Salvatore Ferragamo clutch.
Amy, 38, meanwhile, stunned in a Marchesa gown, with Hayden, 23, opting for a structured Roberto Cavalli number.
Stars on the red carpet battled crisp temperatures, but despite the chilly weather there was still acres of flesh on display.
Debra Messing from Smash came in a strapless black gown and goosebumps. Asked how she was coping with the cold, she replied, 'Not well.'

Stars of the silver screen: Megan, who gave birth four months ago, brought along her husband Brian Austin Green while Hayden arrived solo

Taking a dazzling turn: Amy wowed in a Marchesa gown and posed with her husband Darren Le Gallo on the red carpet at the glitzy ceremony

Melissa Rauch of The Big Bang Theory also shivered in her strapless red gown. 'I'm absolutely freezing!' she said.
Panettiere of Nashville, Ariel Winter of Modern Family and TV personalities Nicole Ritchie and Kelly Osbourne also were spotted walking near heat lamps as the mercury stayed in the high 50s.
The Globes are in a rare place this season, coming after the Academy Award nominations, which were announced earlier than usual and threw out some shockers that have left the Globes show a little less relevant.

Hitting the right note: Taylor Swift swept on to the red carpet in a regal-looking backless purple dress

Flawless: Former American Idol judge Jennifer Lopez wore an blue embroidered nude dress while Jessica Alba opted for a peach number

Key Globe contenders lined up largely as expected, with Steven Spielberg's Civil War saga Lincol' leading with seven nominations and two CIA thrillers - Kathryn Bigelow's Zero Dark Thirty and Ben Affleck's Argo - also doing well.
All three films earned Globe nominations for best drama and director. Yet while Lincoln, Argo and Zero Dark Thirty grabbed best-picture slots at Thursday's Oscar nominations, Bigelow and Affleck were snubbed for directing honors after a season that had seen them in the running for almost every other major award.
The Globe and Oscar directing fields typically match up closely. This time, though, only Spielberg and Life of P' director Ang Lee have nominations for both.

Bringing some sparkle: Former Dancing With The Stars professional turned actress and singer Julianne Hough put in a breath-taking display in a ruffled white gown with gold detailing

Kiss me quick: The actress shared a smooch with her boyfriend Ryan Seacrest, who was at the helm of TV presenting duties for the E! television network

Blushing beauties: Les Miserables stars Anne Hathaway, left, and Amanda Seyfried and, right, Australian actress Isla Fisher - all opting for pale-coloured dresses

Along with Spielberg, Lee, Bigelow and Affleck, Quentin Tarantino is nominated for directing at the Globes. At the Oscars, it's Spielberg, Lee, Silver Linings Playbook director David O. Russell and two surprise picks: veteran Austrian filmmaker Michael Haneke for Amour and first-time director Benh Zeitlin for Beasts of the Southern Wild.
That forces some top-name filmmakers to put on brave faces for the Globes. And while a Globe might be a nice consolation prize, it could be a little awkward if Affleck, Bigelow or Tarantino won Sunday and had to make a cheery acceptance speech knowing they don't have seats at the grown-ups table for the February 24 Oscars.
That could happen. While Lincoln has the most nominations, it's a purely American story that may not have as much appeal to Globe voters - about 90 reporters belonging to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association who cover entertainment for overseas outlets.

Upping the sex appeal: Former Desperate Housewives actress Eva Longoria flashed her legs in a black keyhole dress, Stacy Keibler opted for a strapless design while Nicole Kidman's outfit had a sheer midsection and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley also flashed her thighs

Classic in black: Smash stars Katharine McPhee, left, and Debra Messing looked incredible in their respective gowns while Modern Family actress Sarah Hyland wore a corset-inspired dress

Bond and his Bond Girl: Daniel Craig and his wife actress Rachel Weisz made for a fantastic doubleact. He wore shades and a suit while Rachel donned a sexy black dress complete with sheer polka dot train

The Bigelow and Affleck films center on Americans, too, but they are international tales - Zero Dark Thirty chronicling the manhunt for Osama bin Laden and Argo recounting the rescue of six U.S. embassy workers trapped in Iran amid the 1979 hostage crisis.
Globe voters might want to make right on a snub to Bigelow three years ago, when they gave their best-drama and directing prize to ex-husband James Cameron's sci-fi blockbuster 'Avatar' over her Iraq war tale 'The Hurt Locker.'
Bigelow made history a month later, becoming the first woman to win the directing Oscar for 'The Hurt Locker,' which also won best picture.
Globe voters like to be trend-setters, but they missed the boat on that one. Might they feel enough chagrin to hand Bigelow the directing trophy this time?

Scarlet woman: Golden Globes nominee Jennifer Lawrence finished off her flowing red gown with a high belt and clutch bag

Ladies in red: From left, Homeland actress Claire Danes, Smash star Megan Hilty, New Girl's Zooey Deschanel and The Big Bang Theory's Melissa Rauch

Turning on the glamour: Australian actress Naomi Watts wore an elegant rouge number while French actress Marion Cotillard wore orange

Spielberg already has won two best-director Globes, so that might be a further inducement for the foreign-press members to favor someone else this time.
Their votes were locked in before the Oscar nominations came out. Globe balloting closed Wednesday, the day before the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced its awards lineup.
The Globes feature two best-picture categories - one for drama and one for musical or comedy. Most of the Globe contenders also earned Oscar best-picture nominations, including all of the drama picks: Argo, Lincoln, Life of Pi, Django Unchained and Zero Dark Thirty.

Taking centre stage: Golden Globe nominee Jessica Chastain looked beautiful in a daring, plunging sky blue dress

Fire and ice: The colour perfectly complimented the actress' fiery red hair. She wore her hair pulled back and set in waves with a slick of red lipstick

Yet only two of the Globe musical or comedy nominees - Les Miserables and Silver Linings Playbook - are in the running at the Oscars.
That's not unusual, though, since Oscar voters tend to overlook comedy. The other Globe nominees for musical or comedy are The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, Moonrise Kingdom and Salmon Fishing in the Yemen.
Acting contenders include Daniel Day-Lewis, Sally Field and Tommy Lee Jones for Lincoln; Hugh Jackman and Anne Hathaway for Les Miserables; Joaquin Phoenix, Amy Adams and Philip Seymour Hoffman for The Master; Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence for Silver Linings Playbook; Leonardo DiCaprio and Christoph Waltz for Django Unchained; Alan Arkin for Argo; and Jessica Chastain for Zero Dark Thirty.

Blue belles: From left, former reality star and designer Nicole Richie, actress Rosario Dawson, Glenn Close and Lincoln star Sally Field

Globe acting recipients usually are a good sneak peek for who will win at the Oscars. All four of last season's Oscar winners - Meryl Streep for The Iron Lady, Jean Dujardin for The Artist, Octavia Spencer for The Help and Christopher Plummer for Beginners - took home a Globe first.
Jodie Foster will receive the Globes' Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement at the 70th Globes ceremony, airing live from 8-11 p.m. EST on NBC.
There will be a friendly rivalry between the hosts of the Globe ceremony, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. The co-stars of the 2008 big-screen comedy Baby Mama both are nominated for best actress in a TV comedy or musical series, Fey for 30 Rock and Poehler for Parks and Recreation.
The Globes present 14 film awards and 11 television prizes.

source: dailymail

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