Worst-Ever Globes Fashions

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    LARA FLYNN BOYLE


    Boyle, then starring on 1999 winner The Practice, wore a satin gown that clung to her reed-thin figure – which was nearly as distracting as her showgirl-worthy boa.
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    LISA MARIE PRESLEY


    Daughter of the King or bride of Dracula? In 2005, presenter Presley went over-the-top goth in a grim black gown complete with a floor-length cape.

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    CYNTHIA NIXON


    Nominated for Sex and the City in 2001, Nixon played down her best feature (her red hair) and accentuated her worst (bad posture) in an ill-fitting periwinkle frock.

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    SELA WARD


    The 2002 nominee (for TV's Once and Again) got herself all tied up in a revealing crimson gown held together with what we hope are three strong sailor's knots

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    MAGGIE GYLLENHAAL


    The actress, just 26 at the 2004 awards, could have borrowed her matronly shift from the wardrobe closet of her '50s-era drama Mona Lisa Smile.
     
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    HELEN MIRREN


    She took home a delicious trophy for her TV movie Losing Chase in 1997, but the actress's seaweed-like hat, all-business dress and knee-high boots were hardly prize-worthy.

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    MELINA KANAKAREDES


    It's a crime of fashion: The CSI: NY star and 2005 Globes presenter has killer abs – but she was guilty of showing way too much of them in her silver gown.
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    FRAN DRESCHER


    Drescher, a 1996 nominee for The Nanny, tried for Carmen Miranda – but ended up looking Chiquita bananas – in a towering headpiece.
     
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    PORTIA DE ROSSI


    The Arrested Development actress, then costarring on 1999 best comedy series nominee Ally McBeal, looked ready for the (costume) ball in a pouffy taffeta-and-tulle confection.
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    DIANE KEATON


    A repeat offender: Keaton donned her signature menswear-inspired jackets over tulle skirts in both 2005 (she was a presenter) and 2004 (she won for Something's Gotta Give).

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    MARIAH CAREY


    The singer's dress fit like a glove – and not in a good way. At the 2006 Golden Globes, the hitmaker tanked in a way-too-tight halter dress.
     
  4. eeewww
     
  5. Poor things. :sad:

    When you pay a stylist a huge amount of money, you shouldn't have to end up looking like that! :shocked:
     
  6. You know, I really don't think that Helen Mirren's outfit was that bad. The hat is a little wild, yes, but it's interesting and fun. But the moment I read knee-high boots, she lost my support.
     
  7. hahahaha! I can't wait to see gofugyourself's musings on this year's GGAs!! Why do I (we?) think it's so delicious when these big-name stars have fashion disasters in public?
     
  8. Maybe to remind us that they do make mistakes like US too! hehehehe
     
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    ANGELINA JOLIE & BRAD PITT: BEST

    The evening's golden couple channeled old Hollywood in a classic J. Lindeberg tux for him and a ruched charcoal gray St. John gown for her – and plenty of star power for both.

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    KATE WINSLET: BEST

    The best actress nominee dazzled in a draped white Azzarro column dress and plenty of Chopard jewels.

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    CAMERON DIAZ: WORST

    Even with her statuesque frame, the star is overwhelmed by a few too many ruffles on her pale tulle gown.

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    PENELOPE CRUZ: BEST

    The Volver star and nominee was all soft romance in a black Chanel couture gown designed just for her self-described "good friend Karl Lagerfeld."

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    JENNIFER LOPEZ: BEST

    Never afraid to go for high drama, the star sizzled in a '60s-style hairdo and a goddess-like Marchesa gown.

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    BEYONCÉ: WORST

    Did she take "Golden" literally? The nominee for Dreamgirls stumbled in her too-sexy, too-glitzy gown.
     
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    DREW BARRYMORE: BEST

    Leaving her "Urban Outfitters jewelry" at home for some major Leviev diamonds, the actress was pure elegance in a Grecian-inspired gown from John Galliano for Christian Dior.

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    EVA LONGORIA: BEST

    The star may have admitted that wearing navy was "a first" for her, but her Ungaro gown and elaborate updo are definitely a look worth doing again and again.

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    PATRICIA ARQUETTE: WORST

    The Medium star takes a wrong turn in a drab-colored gown that doesn't flatter her figure.
     
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    AMERICA FERRERA: BEST

    Ugly is the new beautiful – which couldn't be more true for Ferrera, who glowed in a custom-made Brian Reyes gown.

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    JENNIFER LOVE HEWITT: WORST

    The Ghost Whisperer star's petite frame is overwhelmed by her voluminous gold ballgown and big hair.

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    ALI LARTER: BEST

    The first-time Globes attendee gets it right on her first try – she dazzles in a creamy Reem Acra gown that she got only a few hours before the show!
     
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    JESSICA BIEL: BEST

    The presenter showcased her famously toned physique in a glitering, backless gold gown and a soft updo.

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    RINKO KIKUCHI: WORST

    Was the Babel actress inspired by cotton candy? Her pouf-laden dress needs the air taken out of it.

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    CATE BLANCHETT: BEST

    Ever a risk-taker, the supporting actress nominee stood out from the pack in an asymmetrical-hem, off-the-shoulder, black lace dress by British designer Alexander McQueen.
     
  13. what was with beyonce's pose? scary..