Golden Globe dresses 2010

The rain didn’t keep the stars from looking fabulous last night at the Golden Globes although most of the pictures involve an umbrella being held over the immaculately groomed actresses. Apparently lots of the stars, like Nicole Kidman below, wore ribbons to show their support for the Haiti disaster. Interestingly the UK has this morning trebled our donation to the fund to £20 million.

Here is my pick of who had the best dresses:

Toni Colette in Ellie Saab (one of my favourite designers) is looking fabulous. This was my favourite dress. She looks so femenine and a million miles away from her characters in Muriel’s Wedding, In Her Shoes and Little Miss Sunshine!

As my friends will tell you, I am Jennifer Aniston’s biggest fan and she looks amazing here in one of summer 2010’s biggest trends- the thigh high split.

Emily Blunt looked gorgeous in Dolce & Gabbana despite missing out on her award. Not a single Brit came away with an award unfortunately- not even Collin Firth which was a real shame.

Chloe Sevigny looks as lovely as ever, but had a mishap on stage when her usher stood on the back of her Valentino dress and ripped it! She managed to brush it off though saying “I can’t believe you just ripped my dress” as she accepted her award!

Courtney Cox looking timeless in a beautiful black strapless number and shows off an enviable figure!

Penelope Cruz makes this Georgio Armani Prive dress look even more amazing. The lace detailing, fishtail, body con – what don’t I love about this dress!

Diane Kruger breaks the penchant for black in Christian Lacroix. This has already appeared on ‘worst dresses’ lists but I think it’s fun and her waist looks tiny!

I love everything about Kate Hudson’s Golden Globe look, including her pose for the camera revealing those amazing shoes!

For a full list of the Golden Globe winners, visit:
http://uk.eonline.com/uberblog/redcarpet/2010_golden_globes/index.html

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