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Photos from the 2014 Golden Globe Awards

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  • Lupita Nyong'o L-U-P-I-T-A. Learn this name fast, because the supporting-actress nominee is headed straight for the A-list. She ruled the red carpet in a caped Ralph Lauren dress and Fred Leighton ring. “So far I've only worn things that I feel speak to me,” she told E! of her newly minted fashionista status. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Expectant and still exhilarating With a baby bump as their best accessory, these ladies make pregnant look oh-so-good. Drew BarrymoreIn a pink and red embellished Monique Lhuillier gown, Barrymore looks like a delivery-ready Valentine. A pop of red on her pout and heels complete the look. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Jennifer Lawrence who tripped walking onstage to accept her best-actress award at last year's Oscars, is no stranger to excess fabric. But she fared better in this Dior dress, which she wore flawlessly to accept the best-supporting-actress Globe for her role in American Hustle. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Sofia Vergara The Modern Family star joked to E! on the red carpet that she could be “smuggling Colombians” underneath her voluminous Zac Posen gown. A bright blue necklace added a spot of color to the basic-black look. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Taylor Swift Super-fitted at the bodice, the songstress' Carolina Herrera gown drapes in feminine folds for a swoosh-inducing ball skirt. She told E! it's “sort of a cherry-red.” Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Scariest ruffle: Looks like Paula Patton's plus-one was not husband Robin Thicke. Instead she brought along an enormous shoulder-eating Stéphane Rolland Couture ruffle to sit at the table with her. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Most head-scratching look: A button-down shirt and a strapless dress met, married and had a baby. And we're still trying to get our heads around it. Julia Roberts' Dolce & Gabbana look takes the prize for most confusing. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Kerry Washingtonis radiant in a Balenciaga gown that shows off her bump. The soft neutral color just accents her pregnancy glow. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Zoe SaldanaThe Globes presenter continued to show why she's a fashion maverick in a mixed-media Prabal Gurung dress custom-designed for her. She accessorized with an enormous Lorraine Schwartz ring and a Bottega Veneta clutch. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Olivia Wilde Wilde sizzles with every curve on display in a body-hugging sequined Gucci gown. The deep green hue is the perfect complement to her striking eyes. Dan MacMedan USA TODAY
  • Chris O'Donnell and his wife Caroline Fentress. The actor hit the carpet in a classic tux from Ralph Lauren Black Label. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Emilia Clarke:The Game of Thrones beauty looked stunning in a Proenza Schouler dress, Giuseppe Zanotti heels, a Baird & Baird bag and Sidney Garber jewelry. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Corey Stoll:The actor was in good company with this House of Cards co-stars Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright, who picked up the award for dramatic TV actress. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Sandra Bullock Lost in space? More like lost in stripes. Despite all the fabric, the Gravity star's colorblocked Prabal Gurung gown managed to fit her like a glove. Her simple ponytail helped anchor the potentially busy look. Jimmy Choo shoes completed the ensemble. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Tracy Pollan and Michael J. Fox. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Best spray tan: Perfect haircut? Yep. Gleaming smile? Check. Fits-like-a-glove tux? Duh. Impossibly perfect beautiful bronze glow? Oh, indeed. Well played, Bradley Cooper. Well played. Dan MacMedan USA TODAY
  • Has Emma Watson been hanging out in the Land of Oz? Because she clearly got a big shot of courage. Pulling off a fashion risk at the Globes isn't easy to do, but she did it with panache in a burnt orange Dior dress with black trousers underneath. “I have trousers on. It's so crazy. I want to feel at ease,” she said on the carpet. Gotta love it. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Adam Samberg, in the press room, on winning his first Golden Globe:“I forgot to thank the Hollywood Foreign Press (Association) and my parents. That's how surprised I was. The two things I had to say,” the star of Fox's 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' said. “This is beyond my wildest expectations,” he said of the award. “All I ever wanted to do was be on ('Saturday Night Live'), so everything from that point forward has been icing for me.” (Photo: NBC)
  • Andre Braugher. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Elisabeth Moss The miniseries actress winner (Top of the Lake) sparkled in J.Mendel and got a little fiesty on the red carpet with E!'s “Mani Cam” when she flipped the bird to the camera. "You said to do whatever I wanted! It's the end of the carpet! Spice it up a little!" she told host Giuliana Rancic. The naughtiness didn't end there though. When Moss, who stars on AMC's Mad Men, went up to accept her prize, the first words out of her mouth were, “Holy (bleep)!” Dan MacM
  • 'I'm trying not to spill anything on it,' Margot Robbie says of her white dress, a Gucci one-of-a-kind cream silk crepe gown embroidered with crystal and emerald featuring a plunging neckline and a high slit. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • New Girl's Zooey Deschanel is trying something new this year, with a champagne-hued Oscar De La Renta, Neil Lane jewels and daisy-print nail art. On her nails: “They're glamorous daisies. I've never done a floral theme on the red carpet. The daisies are beautiful and sort of retro.” Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Leslie Mann and Judd Apatow. The director's preparation for the red carpet is pretty simple. “I sit in my underwear most of the day and then put on my tux in about 15 seconds and go.” Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Tatiana Maslany wore a gown by British designer Jenny Packham. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Amber Heard, Johnny Depp's better half, smoldered on the red carpet in a slit-to-there Atelier Versace dress and clutch, Jimmy Choo heels and a collection of jewelry from Graziela Gems, Dana Rebecca Designs and EF Collection. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Steve McQueen. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Cate Blanchett In a lacy blue Armani confection, the Blue Jasmine star nailed the style stakes once again. It was just another example of the stunning Blanchett pulling off high fashion at its finest. “It's an instinct,” she said of her red-carpet choices. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Anna Gunn: The Breaking Bad star's Champagne-colored Donna Karan Atelier column dress featured plenty of gorgeous, satiny fabric that showed off her awesome figure. “I've done a lot of period dramas, so I kind of know how to keep hold of my train,” she said. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • June Squibb:The actress, who was nominated for supporting actress in Nebraska, celebrated her first Golden Globes Sunday night. “I've never been here before. I have a wonderful stylist, I was at the Four Seasons and they (her team of hair and makeup) came there and got me ready.” She drove to the ceremony with her son. “This is all very new to me.” She was wearing a red velvet gown by Tadashi Shoji. “I was first told about him by Octavia Spencer, and I'll be wearing him to the SAG (award
  • Mads Mikkelsen and wife Hanne Jacobsen. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Allison Williams: The Girls star, in black and white Alexander McQueen, pointed out an interesting texture on her dress' bodice. “These are feathers. So if there's a sinkhole from the blown pipe, I can fly out of here.” She predicts her HBO show's table will be the most fun. “Come on, it's Girls; we'll win.” Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Zosia Mamet, in a white Reem Acra gown, loves the rings she borrowed from Lorraine Schwartz, “but unless I peace out and head to Mexico, I'm pretty much going to have to give them back.” Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Julia Roberts raised red carpet eyebrows at the Globes. (Photo: Jordan Strauss, Invision/AP)
  • Lupita Nyong'o, and Ralph Lauren, rendered the caped confection in red for the Globes. (Photo: Jason Merritt, Getty Images)
  • Meet the leaders of the fashion pack. The Golden Globes are always a frenzy of fabulous fashion. So it takes something special to land a coveted spot on the best-dressed list. USA TODAY's fashion team picks the stars who led the way. Julianna Margulies: Elegant and chic. Sexy and streamlined. The list of adjectives could go on and on. Margulies made a red-carpet statement with ease in this Andrew Gn black and gold brocade gown with coral detailing. A nice subtle reminder that summer will be
  • Co-Host Tina Fey wore a Carolina Herrera gown, Brian Atwood's 'Hamper' pumps and Fred Leighton jewels. Amy Poehlerpulled double duty as co-host and comedic TV actress winner (Parks and Recreation), wearing a dark and sexy Stella McCartney dress on the red carpet. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Robin Wright and her fiance Ben Foster. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Chiwetel Ejiofor: The dramatic-actor nominee's 12 Years a Slave co-star Michael Fassbender joked that Ejiofor is a champ at growing facial hair. “He grows one much better than me. He was clean-shaven when I saw him last night,” Fassbender quipped. Ejiofor accessorized his beard with Bulgari's stainless steel Octo Bulgari watch with black leather strap. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Lena Dunham was bright in a yellow Zac Posen gown and Harry Winston jewels. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Bruce Dern: During his acceptance speech, winner Leonardo DiCaprio urged young actors to study the comedic-actor nominee's (Nebraska) legendary body of work. (Dern wore a Ralph Lauren Purple Label tuxedo.) His daughter Laura matched her dress perfectly with black iridescent leopard 'Elba' pumps by Rupert Sanderson. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Channing Tatum:The hunky star (in Gucci) made an entrance in black and white with his color-coordinated actress wife Jenna Dewan Tatum. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Emma Thompson: The Saving Mr. Banks star and dramatic-actress nominee quipped that the red soles of her Christian Louboutin heels -- which she wore with a vintage Lanvin dress -- were covered in her blood. When it was time to open the envelope on the award she presented, she threw them behind her. Hayden Panettiere Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Chris Hemsworth: The Rush star -- in a midnight blue velvet two-button peak lapel three-piece tuxedo by Dolce & Gabbana-- hit the stage with former Formula1 racer Niki Lauda to chat up the Ron Howard-directed film. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Emma Stone: The petite Spider-Man star hit the stage to help present a special award to director Woody Allen. Paul Drinkwater, NBC
  • Chris Pine: The handsome Star Trek actor was not without a martini in hand inside the ballroom during the show. He wore a tux by Ermenegildo Zegna Couture. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Hayden Panettiere: The Nashville star and dramatic TV actress nominee picked Tom Ford for the big night. “I feel sexy in it, I feel comfortable. I'd wear a plastic bag if it was designed by him,” she told E! Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Matthew McConaughey, who wore Dolce & Gabbana, has become quite the fashionista: “I now have to wait for him to choose the suit so I can choose the dress,” joked his wife Camila Alves to E! on the red carpet. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Andy Samberg: The former SNL player picked up a comedic television actor Globe for his work on the freshman comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and he couldn't have been more shocked. “I forgot to thank the Hollywood Foreign Press (Association) and my parents. That's how surprised I was. The two things I had to say,” the star said backstage. “This is beyond my wildest expectations,” he said of the award. “All I ever wanted to do was be on (Saturday Night Live), so everything from that point forwa
  • Jim Parsons, The Big Bang Theory star, cut a fine figure in his classic tux. Frederic J Brown, AFP/Getty Images
  • Jon Voight: Backstage, the Ray Donovan star and supporting actor winner was asked about his proudest achievements. “That would be my children. That's the thing I am most proud of. In terms of my career I have been very fortunate. I have worked with so many great people ... There are so many people out there. I know them all.” Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Liam Neeson went with a Giorgio Armani black two-button classic suit with a gray and black shirt. Paul Drinkwater, NBC
  • Jessica Lange: The American Horror Story star chose a velvet magenta dress for the carpet. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Tina Fey and Amy Poehler hosted the Golden Globes Jan. 12, in which top nods went to 'American Hustle' and '12 Years a Slave.' (Photo: Getty Images)
  • Mila Kunis wore Gucci and accessorized with Marina B jewelry. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Bottoms up! Tina Fey and Amy Poehler hosted the Golden Globe Awards. (Photo: Paul Drinkwater AP)
  • Aaron Paul: When his hit series Breaking Bad took home the award for best TV drama, the Burberry-clad star channeled his drug-dealing TV alter ego and dropped a B-bomb during the cast's acceptance speech. Paul Drinkwater, NBC
  • Christoph Waltz: No pressure for the Oscar winner this year, who showed up to present. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Ben Affleck: The Gucci-clad actor-director ruled awards season last year with the Oscar-winning Argo, but this year he showed up to present and rub shoulders with his famous friends, including BFF Matt Damon. Paul Drinkwater ,NBC
  • Julie Delpy: The Before Sunset star and comedic-actress nominee wore a belted red Ramona Keveza gown. “I picked it out with my stylist. She helped me. This is not my usual self. I don't go to the market like this. Some actresses do.” Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Helen Mirren The British beauty chose a British designer -- Jenny Packham -- for her seafoam green dress and accessorized with platinum, diamond and emerald jewels by Bulgari and a Roger Vivier clutch. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting wore a corseted floral Rani Zakhem ball gown. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Kyra Sedgwick showed off her fit figure in a body-hugging gown and Irene Neuwirth jewels. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Blue Jasmine's Sally Hawkins is in vintage Dior. “I'm afraid it's going to disintegrate, it's from the 1960s.” Dan MacMedan USA TODAY
  • Monica Potter wore a gold beaded halter gown by Romona Keveza and Irene Neuwirth jewels. Dan MacMedan USA TODAY
  • Sarah Paulson wore a Marchesa gown and Irene Neuwirth jewels. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Reese Witherspoon dazzled in Harry Winston jewels. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Beau Bridges:The star of CBS' The Millers and Showtime's Masters of Sex dressed in all-black for the occasion. “I'm just like Johnny Cash – one of my favorites,” he notes. But his somber attire belies the party atmosphere of the event. “The Golden Globes are just fun. It's like a big party. We're all at tables and nobody's in theater seats.” As for the event's boozy reputation, he says, “My wife's not here, but I can almost hear her saying, 'Drink some sp
  • Taylor Schilling wore Thakoon and accessorized with Swarovski's clear crystal Kiosque clutch. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Oscar Isaac wore a black shawl collar panama Prada tuxedo and a Harry Winston watch. Leonardo DiCaprio looked dashing in a Giorgio Armani tuxedo and Jennifer Meyer custom cufflinks. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Kate Beckinsale stunned in a Zuhair Murad gown and Chopard diamond earrings. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Edie Falco: The comedic TV actress nominee (Nurse Jackie) was all tied up in a pretty bow-adorned red dress on the carpet. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Don Cheadle: How dapper is Don?! The comedic TV actor nominee (House of Lies) suited up in a tux, polka dot hanky, oversized bowtie and chic peepers. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Michael Fassbender wore a Tom Ford black three-piece peak lapel tuxedo. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • 1/12/14 5:12:17 PM -- Beverly Hills, CA, U.S.A -- Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falonce arrives at the 71st annual Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, CA -- Photo by Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY contract photographer ORG XMIT: DM 130549 2014 GOLDEN GLOB 1/11/2014 (Via OlyDrop) Dan MacMedan USA TODAY
  • Rashida Jones complemented her unique palm-print dress with Brian Atwood platform sandals. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Bryan Cranston: The dramatic TV actor winner said the phenomenon Breaking Bad became has been “hard to process. ... Fans have lifted it up to this level that none of us could have anticipated. ... Even though Walter White is dead, he seems to be able to stay alive somehow on life support systems.” Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Uma Thurman dazzled in Chopard jewels. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Jonah Hill: Hill's journey to working with Martin Scorsese in Wolf of Wall Street started at the Oscars two years ago. “I met him at the Oscars and like a week later I got a phone call that he wanted me to fly to New York to meet with him. ... I went and read for him and didn't hear back for two months... And then Leo called me like, 'Let's do this. You got it,'” Hill, in Dolce & Gabbana, recalled to E! Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Jessica Chastain: The flame-haired beauty was stunning in a black Givenchy gown and an amazing Bulgari necklace. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
  • Idris Elba: Despite being nominated for two Globes -- Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom and the BBC's Luther -- the hunky British actor (in Gucci) went home empty-handed. But, not before being included in a paternity joke cooked up by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY
    
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The star-studded Golden Globe Awards were filled with big winners, funny jokes and some fashion hits and misses.

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