Looking very much like Belle from Beauty And The Beast, Vikander’s olive complexion perfectly complemented her yellow gown. Her second outfit, though, looks absolutely fantastic on her. Her necklace is a louis Vuitton.
From Dior lace to a more relaxed two-piece, including a highly stylish crop top and leg-flashing skirt. It’s in! She looks stunning in this outfit and she did not trip.
Washington’s first Versace gown is gorgeous, but at the after-party she chose to show off that sexy back instead, complete with a hint of yellow to make it pop. Gorgeous.
Teigen’s baby bump is most definitely the accessory of the night, and her princess-like Marchesa gown showed it off in the best way possible. At the Vanity Fair party, she decided to go with this Talbot Runhof black gown, which sparkles so. Her Cheeks are glowing.
The slits are really doing it for her! McAdams’ first dress of the night is an August Getty Atelier number. She ended the evening with this flirty pink confection complete with beads and sequins. My eyes love her look.
The Best Actress winner was a true vision in in this Gucci flowing fantasy, but decided to rock out in girlie pink velvet by Monse, which was probably very comfortable for dancing the night away. With sneakers and eating a burger. Congrats to Larson!
Kate Upton looked flawless at the Oscars after party!
This is the 88th Academy Awards and Chris Rock was the host. He handle the elephant in the room good, no it was not Donald Trump, but it was the black community of actors who wasn’t nominated or won. His jokes were funny. However, they need more diversity. What they need is black screenwriters and great storytellers. They have plenty of black actors, but they need jobs to perform these characters. They could take a page of Black History month. Pick a historically figure in history who inspired America to be great again and make a movie out of it. Or make them as a Superheroes.
Star Wars was shut out because of Mad Max: Fury road won 6 awards for Best Costume, Production design, Hair and Makeup, Film Editing, Sound mixing, and Sound editing. I have to watch this.
Did you know that black people would only watch black actors in the movies? The other movies they don’t know.
“What? That’s a movie.”
I need to get a room with Brie Larson, she won for Best Actress, for Room.
Leonardo DiCaprio finally won for the Revenant. Also pushing for climate change, so if you have to work this morning, just walk or take a bike to work. If you are late for work, just tell them there was traffic. Let’s do something with climate change.
Lady Gaga sang “Til It Happens to You,” her Oscar-nominated song about sexual assault, a curtain parted onstage, and dozens of grim-faced young men and women stepped forward.
A nominated song from the documentary movie “Hunting Ground” a documentary shocker about rape on American college campuses, is a must-watch work of cine-activism.
Mark Rylance from the Bridge of Spies won best supporting actor. Sylvester Stallone was eating Girl Scout cookies. Stay off the cookies. Chris Rock daughter and friends passed out the Girl Scout cookies and they raised enough money.
Alicia Vikander won Best supporting role for the “Danish Girl” while Ex Machina won for best visual effects.
Spot Light won for best Picture. In 2001, editor Marty Baron of The Boston Globe assigns a team of journalists to investigate allegations against John Geoghan, an unfrocked priest accused of molesting more than 80 boys. Led by editor Walter “Robby” Robinson (Michael Keaton), reporters Michael Rezendes (Mark Ruffalo), Matt Carroll and Sacha Pfeiffer interview victims and try to unseal sensitive documents. The reporters make it their mission to provide proof of a cover-up of sexual abuse within the Roman Catholic Church.
Sunday night was the Golden Globes who won? Your Favorites.
Here are the Highlights
Stallone narrowly avoided criticism when he initially forgot to thank director Ryan Coogler and Michael B. Jordan in his acceptance speech for the Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture award for his role in “Creed”. It’s been 40 years that he was nominated for Golden Globe, but this time he won. Best comeback movie ever made.
“I wanna thank Rocky, the best friend I ever had!” he got emotional and wanted to thank his family but forgot to mention the actor and director of the movie.
Jamie Foxx won in so many ways at the Golden Globes. While presenting the award for Best Original Score, Foxx made fun of Steve Harvey’s “Miss Universe” fail, announcing “Straight Out of Compton” as the winner, which obviously wasn’t nominated (shade).
“I’m sorry Folks. I made a mistake it’s right here on the card. I take full responsibility,” Foxx said in his best Harvey imitation.
Denzel Washington, this year’s recipient of the Cecil B. DeMille Award, kept his remarks short. “I forgot my speech,” he laughed. Then he had trouble reading it. “I need my glasses,” he laughed. “I’m speechless.” He had in his pocket early that evening, but forgot his glasses. He should have memorize it, he is an actor.
Okay, I’m going to just sound a little excited on this one: Lady Gaga just won the Golden Globe for best actress in a limited television series for her work in American Horror Story: Hotel. That’s not even the full name of the category (it’s much more convoluted than that), but the fact is that Lady Gaga won for her TV series debut playing a vampiric bloodthirsty character known as The Countess. And there’s a reason she won: she’s been fantastic, fearless, and heartfelt since the very first episode aired.
Taraji P. Henson won “Best Performance by an Actress In A Television Drama” for her role as Cookie on FOX “Empire” beating out Viola Davis, Robin Wright, Caltriona Balfe, and Eva Green. She passed out Cookies to her friends.
“Who knew that playing an ex-convict would take me all around the globe?” Henson said in her acceptance speech. She went on about how she thought it would be another one of her other roles that landed her a golden globe, but “it’s cookie who spent 17 years in jail for selling crack, so the world loves real.”
Henson thanked “Empire” creator Lee Daniels and her co-stars Terrence Howard, Jussie Smollet, Trai Bayers, and Bryshere Gray. And when they sent her the signal to wrap up her speech? She hilariously snapped back, “I’ve waited 20 years for this! You gon wait” – in true Cookie fashion.
Best motion picture, drama
* “The Revenant”
Best motion picture, musical or comedy
* “The Martian”
Best performance by an actress in a motion picture, drama
* Brie Larson, “Room”
Best performance by an actress in a motion picture, musical or comedy
* Jennifer Lawrence, “Joy”
Best performance by an actor in a motion picture, drama
* Leonardo DiCaprio, “The Revenant”
Best performance by an actor in a supporting role in a motion picture
* Sylvester Stallone, “Creed”
Best performance by actress in a supporting role in a motion picture
* Kate Winslet, “Steve Jobs”
Best director, motion picture
* Alejandro González, “The Revenant”
Best performance by an actor in a motion picture, musical or comedy
* Matt Damon, “The Martian”
Best screenplay, motion picture
* Aaron Sorkin, “Steve Jobs”
Best original score, motion picture
* Ennio Morricone, “The Hateful Eight”
Best motion picture, animated
* “Inside Out”
Best original song, motion picture
* “Writing’s on the Wall,” “Spectre”
Best motion picture, foreign language
* “Son of Saul”
Best television series, drama
* “Mr. Robot,” USA
Best television series, musical or comedy
* “Mozart in the Jungle,” Amazon Video
Best television limited series or motion picture made for television
* “Wolf Hall,” PBS
Best performance by an actor in a television series, drama
* Jon Hamm, “Mad Men”
Best performance by an actor in a television series, musical or comedy
* Gael García Bernal, “Mozart in the Jungle”
Best performance by an actor in a leading role in a series, limited series or motion picture made for television
* Oscar Isaac, “Show Me a Hero”
Best performance by an actor in a supporting role in a series, limited series or motion picture made for television
* Christian Slater, “Mr. Robot”
Best performance by an actress in a TV series, drama
* Taraji P. Henson, “Empire”
Best performance by an actress in a supporting role in a series, limited series or motion picture made for television
* Maura Tierney, “The Affair”
Best performance by an actress in a leading role in a series, limited series or motion picture made for television
* Lady Gaga, “American Horror Story: Hotel”
Best performance by an actress in a television series, musical or comedy