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Golden Globes 2021: The Best (and Most Comfortable!) Awards Show Fashion

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ET is breaking down all the must-see standout style moments from the 2021 Golden Globes.

Video Transcript

NISCHELLE TURNER: Golden Globe nominee Sarah Paulson looked anything but "Ratched" in her black Prada gown, and check out that purple cast. That was custom Prada as well The girl just does not miss for me. Now look, there may not have been a red carpet this year but that did not stop the stars from slaying their awards show style.

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- This purple number is beautiful.

ANGELA BASSETT: I got feathers, and beads, and beading, and sequins. I just got it all.

GILLIAN ANDERSON: Is this going to-- is this illegal? Can I do that? This is Dior.

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ROSAMUND PIKE: And this dress just felt like whatever happened, I would have fun. And I would-- and I'd make-- I'd find something to laugh about.

NISCHELLE TURNER: Rosamund Pike was a vibe in combat boots and that red tulle Alexander McQueen gown. So was Cynthia Erivo in neon green Valentino and sky-high platforms. While pregnant Wonder Woman Gal Gadot gave us legs for days in Givenchy. Kaley Cuoco's pre-Globe prep included a dance party before she transformed into a literal princess.

KALEY CUOCO: My dream gown. It made me cry when I put it on. I feel like Cinderella.

NISCHELLE TURNER: The "Flight Attendant" star didn't win, but still celebrated with the pizza party on the floor in her Oscar de La Renta dress. And speaking of snacks, just call her cheese plate Kate. Miss Hudson handled charcuterie in custom Louis Vuitton. The handmade dress took 190 hours to complete with 4,000 sequins, 4,000 glass beads, and 2,000 crystals. Nicole Kidman and Regina King also wore the designer and in the category of "why we're just one dress when you can wear two?" Anya Taylor-Joy.

ANYA TAYLOR-JOY: We've treated this entire experience as prom, because I never went to prom. So we've had a really good time.

NISCHELLE TURNER: The "Queen's Gambit" star went full glam in Dior, a million dollars of Tiffany diamonds, these chess-inspired nails, and long blond locks.

- Do you miss the red hair?

ANYA TAYLOR-JOY: Yes, I do. But I have a feeling I'm not going to miss it for much longer, so that's OK.

AMY POEHLER: Jane Fonda.

NISCHELLE TURNER: Jane accepted the night's big honor wearing a pantsuit from 1996. In 2019, the 83-year-old swore off buying new clothes. We've seen those shoes before too. January Jones also recycled an outfit. She and Mad Men co-star Kiernan Shipka recreated their Globe looks from 10 years ago. Viola Davis made a statement in this colorful mermaid gown by African designer Lavie Byck. And Amanda Seyfried snacked on Girl Scout cookies before slipping into this stunning sorbet number with floral detail.

GILLIAN ANDERSON: The dress looks good from the waist up, and that's all that really matters.

NISCHELLE TURNER: Something you didn't see on TV, the crown star Gillian Anderson's hot date. Her pup, Stella. Gillian's co-star Emma Corrin went for a different look, wearing a large collared gown she says was inspired by clowns. Meanwhile, men's casual was a thing at the Globes. Joaquin Phoenix presented in a hoodie. Bill Murray went viral for his laid back book, holding a Martini in a Hawaiian shirt. And Jeff Daniels had Twitter talking about his dad plaid shirt and a room of doors. But it was Jodie Foster who was living her best life, rocking Prada PJ's that matched her pup.

- Is this the most comfortable outfit you've ever been able to accept an award in?

JODIE FOSTER: The most comfortable and very beautiful. So I'm super excited. This is the best Globes ever.

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