|Golden Globing: The second hour of red carpet
||[Jan. 16th, 2011|07:55 pm]
Emma Stone: WAY too conservative, hon. You are washed out, and the dress is kind of a fancy, floor-length t-shirt. Thumbs down.|
Eva Longoria: Very elegant.
Jane Lynch: Also elegant. You will never be feminine, but you are still gorgeous.
Julianne Moore: Aw, who dressed you? The color is not flattering, neither is the cut. Not hideous, just not great.
Sofia Vergara: VAVAVOOM! You can wear red, girl. The back is SO much fun!
Catherine Zeta Jones: Wow. You are still fabulous, and the dress is marvelous.
Angelina: Green is the big color this year. You look lovely and elegant.
Mila Kulis: Also green, a nice asymmetry.
Sandra Bullock: Wearing gramma's lampshade?
Christina Aguilera: A method actress still dressed for Burlesque. Second look is not impressing me more.
Claire Danes: Pretty but plain in pink.
Milla Jovovich: Completely 40s glam in a mermaid dress. Sparkles.
Tina Fey: Looking lovely and appropriate. Very nice.
Halle Berry: Psst! You showed up in your foundation garments. Where's the dress?
Michelle Williams: Daisies? Seriously??
Anne Hathaway: Gorgeous and sleek, but the shoulder pads are confusing me. It's a little bit Juliet, a little bit linebacker. Fabulous back!
Megan Fox: Striking, different, and quite lovely in pink.
Jennifer Lopez: Very conservative for Jennifer; lovely.
Mandy Moore: Pretty blue mermaid, but I'd rather see it actually structured than with the seethrough neckline, which pulls weird.
Scarlett Johannson: Gorgeous butterfly sleeves in a swingy sort of dress. It shouldn't work, but it totally does.
Amy Adams: In black, looking very chic but with a little trampy detail. Like it.
Heidi Klum: Kind of beachy, but you make it work.
Christina Hendricks: They say redheads shouldn't wear red. They are wrong. Yummy!!
Helen Mirren: Gods, you are just gorgeous.
Tilda Swinton: On the other hand, you look like an unmade bed.
NOW on to the show!