Lady Gaga goes old-school on colour-filled Golden Globes red carpet

Lady Gaga goes old-school on colour-filled Golden Globes red carpet
PHOTO: AFP

Bright colors were back on the Golden Globes red carpet on Sunday, with pop superstar Lady Gaga, dressed in lavender, leading a trend for old school glamour.

Lady Gaga, the front-runner for a best drama actress award for "A Star is Born," graced the red carpet in a Valentino lavender gown with puffed sleeves and a long train, with her blue-dyed hair pulled into a tight bun, and wearing a stunning Tiffany's diamond necklace.

"I discovered something working on this film, and it's something called alchemy, that you are essentially creating a character but you are really becoming the character," Gaga said about her first role as a lead movie actress in "A Star is Born."

Lady Gaga
Photo: AFP

Last year's ceremony saw an all-black look on the red carpet as celebrities showed support for the #MeToo movement that roiled Hollywood.

This year saw blues, golds, reds and lots of metallic, but several stars wore bracelets and pins in support of the Time's Up movement against sexual harassment and inequality in the workplace.

Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy for "Mary Poppins Returns" nominee Emily Blunt and her husband actor John Krasinski Photo: AFP

"Killing Eve" star and co-host of the ceremony Sandra Oh donned a long white gown, while People magazine's "sexiest man alive" Idris Elba chose a dark green and black tuxedo.

Sandra OhPhoto: AFP
Actor Idris Elba and his fiancee, model Sabrina Dhowre (left).Photo: AFP

Glenn Close, who is also vying for best drama actress for her role in "The Wife," was among the few who opted for darker hues and wore a black gown adorned by a diamond ribbon at the neck line.

Glenn ClosePhoto: AFP

"The Assassination of Gianni Versace" star Penelope Cruz also chose dark colors, stunning in a black glittery dress by Ralph & Russo that featured a big bow on the back.

Penelope CruzPhoto: AFP

 

Best Actress in a supporting role nominee Rachel Weisz opted for a ruffled black-and-white number.Photo: AFP

 

Charlize TheronPhoto: AFP

Nicole Kidman, who played a troubled detective in"Destroyer" that has earned her a nomination for best drama actress, appeared in a long burgundy sequin dress.

Nicole KidmanPhoto: AFP

Both Amy Adams in a shoulder-revealing dark blue gown and Laura Dern in long-sleeved red gown chose vibrant colors for the ceremony, which officially kicks off Hollywood's awards season.

Amy AdamsPhoto: AFP
Laura DernPhoto: AFP

Who's hot and who's not? See the rest of the highlights from the red carpet:

Colourful red carpet at the Golden Globes

 

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