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January 17, 2011 § Leave a comment
Indeed, a blog post analyzing the Golden Globes of 2011. Original, am I right? I’ll certainly do my best to keep you interested with some new perspective on this event. This year was all about the sequens and the shoulders. Not my favorite look so I won’t be putting up any of the celebs that donned these looks. I was very impressed with four young ladies and their gowns.
Let’s talk fashion:
Firstly, Hailee Steinfeld wore a beautiful white gown designedperfectly for her age; didn’t look to old, wasn’t too revealing, wasn’t too juvenile. Stunning with a simple slicked ponytail, Hailee definitely makes the best dressed list.
Emma Stone wore a very simple Calvin Klein dress that accented her new blonde hair (which is actually her natural hair color). The picture does do this girl justice; her entire back is bare making the dress not look over bearing. Although Emma looks stunning and well put together, she needs to go back to the red locks.
Sofia Vergara, one of my favorite “funny girls” of modern television, showed up in a lovely red dress that fit perfectly over her curves. Having the worst time finding a gown at all that she could fit into, I think she did a pretty good job. With a lot of chest to work with she doesn’t look shoved into a gown, accentuated the right parts of her body perfectly, just looks elegant and classy.
My vote for best dressed: Eva Longoria. Perfectly cut, slinky and sexy without being sleezy (how’s that for alliteration?), simply stunning this woman. As I was searching for pictures to put into this blog I found her on a worst dressed list. Excuse me? A very vintage feel, beautiful neck line. You just can’t go wrong with a dress like this
Now let’s talk awards:
As predicted (and hoped) The Social Network sweeps up going home with 4 awards, out of the 6 in which it was nominated. It deserved every single one. A few others that went home with a couple trophies in hand include The Kids Are All Alright and Glee. Successful evening – congratulations to all of this year’s winners.
Let’s talk Ricky:
Ricky Gervais. Oh, Ricky Gervais. If you’ve read some headlines or heard the news I’m sure you’ve heard some things about this fellow and the jokes he chose to use while hosting this year’s awards. Ridiculing everyone in the room and introducing each presenter with his or her own special taunt, Ricky Gervais gave a brilliantly funny performance.