Jodie Comer and Claire Foy lead the Brits at the Critics’ Choice Awards

Claire Foy, Jodie Comer and Gemma Chan led the British glamour at the Critics’ Choice Awards on Sunday evening. 

The actresses stayed true to their impeccable red carpet style, each turning heads as they arrived at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California.

Leading the pack was The Crown star Claire, 34, who looked the epitome of sophistication in a one-shouldered black diamante jumpsuit, while Jodie was just as stylish as her Killing Eve character Villanelle in a semi-sheer Broderie anglaise gown. 

 Claire opted for the understated black ensemble to show off natural beauty as she took to the red carpet. 

Featuring a chiffon blouse with an asymmetric sleeve, the screen sired drew attention to her slender waist with a crocodile print belt and tailored black cigarette trousers. 

She complemented the diamante studs with bejewelled sandals and silver earrings, while she wore her cropped brunette locks in soft waves. Claire finished off the look with a pink lip, blush-swept cheeks and black eyeliner. 

Sophisticated: Claire opted for the understated black ensemble to show off natural beauty as she took to the red carpet

Sophisticated: Claire opted for the understated black ensemble to show off natural beauty as she took to the red carpet

Stylish: Featuring a chiffon blouse with an asymmetric sleeve, the screen sired drew attention to her slender waist with a crocodile print belt and tailored black cigarette trousers

Stylish: Featuring a chiffon blouse with an asymmetric sleeve, the screen sired drew attention to her slender waist with a crocodile print belt and tailored black cigarette trousers

Sophisticated: Claire opted for the understated black ensemble to show off natural beauty as she took to the red carpet

Gorgeous: She complemented the diamante studs with bejewelled sandals and silver earrings, while she wore her cropped brunette locks in soft waves

Gorgeous: She complemented the diamante studs with bejewelled sandals and silver earrings, while she wore her cropped brunette locks in soft waves

Gorgeous: She complemented the diamante studs with bejewelled sandals and silver earrings, while she wore her cropped brunette locks in soft waves

Star of the show: Gaining recognition for her role in the industry, Claire received the #SeeHerAward

Star of the show: Gaining recognition for her role in the industry, Claire received the #SeeHerAward

Practice makes perfect: 'In preparation for this evening I watched Viola's speech that she made,' she said, adding to laughter from the audience

Practice makes perfect: 'In preparation for this evening I watched Viola's speech that she made,' she said, adding to laughter from the audience

Star of the show: Gaining recognition for her role in the industry, Claire received the #SeeHerAward

Gaining recognition for her role in the industry, Claire received the #SeeHerAward, and was introduced by last year’s winner Viola Davis.

‘In preparation for this evening I watched Viola’s speech that she made,’ she said, adding to laughter from the audience: ‘Don’t ever do that. One because you end up just watching five hours of acceptance speeches but also because you realize how profound and elegant Viola is.’

Claire said she struggled with the idea she was worthy of the award, saying her initial response was: ‘I’ve offered nothing and I have nothing to offer.’

Wow: Her gown offered just the right amount of glitz, adorned with delicate sequin decoration from head-to-toe, covering her slinky shift dress underneath

Wow: Her gown offered just the right amount of glitz, adorned with delicate sequin decoration from head-to-toe, covering her slinky shift dress underneath

Turning heads: Meanwhile, Jodie, 25, dazzled as she walked the red carpet in her glamorous gown

Turning heads: Meanwhile, Jodie, 25, dazzled as she walked the red carpet in her glamorous gown

Wow: Meanwhile, Jodie, 25, dazzled as she walked the red carpet in her glamorous gown. The dress offered just the right amount of glitz, adorned with delicate sequin decoration from head-to-toe, covering her slinky shift dress underneath

Au natural: The star wore her locks in soft glamorous waves, while accentuating her attractive features with light touches of pink hues of make-up

Au natural: The star wore her locks in soft glamorous waves, while accentuating her attractive features with light touches of pink hues of make-up

Au natural: The star wore her locks in soft glamorous waves, while accentuating her attractive features with light touches of pink hues of make-up

Au natural: The star wore her locks in soft glamorous waves, while accentuating her attractive features with light touches of pink hues of make-up

Au natural: The star wore her locks in soft glamorous waves, while accentuating her attractive features with light touches of pink hues of make-up

Shock: Following her nomination at the awards, Jodie admitted that she was taken aback by the international success of Killing Eve

Shock: Following her nomination at the awards, Jodie admitted that she was taken aback by the international success of Killing Eve

Shock: Following her nomination at the awards, Jodie admitted that she was taken aback by the international success of Killing Eve

However, after thinking things through, she came to the realization that: ‘The greatest privilege of your life is to be who you are and I’ve realized that that’s all I have to offer – to be myself.’

She said she hoped that viewers of her work would: ‘recognize themselves on screen in someway and see a thought or an emotion onscreen and they can see themselves.’

Referring to her role as Janet Armstrong in First Man, she said: ”She lived her life with such braveness.’

Claire said the role would normally be ‘just the wife’.

‘There’s no such thing as just the wife and that’s our job,’ she said, ‘to question’ how people were portrayed. 

Good looking duo: Emily Blunt and her husband John Krasinski coordinated in their ensembles for the Sunday night show

Good looking duo: Emily Blunt and her husband John Krasinski coordinated in their ensembles for the Sunday night show

Good looking duo: Emily Blunt and her husband John Krasinski coordinated in their ensembles for the Sunday night show

Good looking duo: Emily Blunt and her husband John Krasinski coordinated in their ensembles for the Sunday night show

Good looking duo: Emily Blunt and her husband John Krasinski coordinated in their ensembles for the Sunday night show

A vision: The 35-year-old British beauty chose a silver and white embellished gown with a diamond drop earrings

A vision: The 35-year-old British beauty chose a silver and white embellished gown with a diamond drop earrings

A vision: The 35-year-old British beauty chose a silver and white embellished gown with a diamond drop earrings

Meanwhile, Jodie, 25, dazzled as she walked the red carpet in her glamorous gown. 

The actress’ co-star Sandra Oh picked up the gong for best actress in a television drama last week at the Golden Globes, so Jodie was no doubt hoping that Sunday would be her night.

Jodie looked the picture of elegance as she posed on the red carpet, wearing a semi-sheer floor-length gown which featured leafy applique all over.

Her gown offered just the right amount of glitz, adorned with delicate sequin decoration from head-to-toe, covering her slinky shift dress underneath.

Iconic: Jameela Jamil stole the show on the red carpet in Los Angeles this Sunday, dazzling in a polka-dot Oscar De La Renta gown

Iconic: Jameela Jamil stole the show on the red carpet in Los Angeles this Sunday, dazzling in a polka-dot Oscar De La Renta gown

Adjusting well: The 32-year-old English actress known for her role on The Good Place, shared that this glamour queen image was 'out of my comfort zone'

Adjusting well: The 32-year-old English actress known for her role on The Good Place, shared that this glamour queen image was 'out of my comfort zone'

Iconic: Jameela Jamil stole the show on the red carpet in Los Angeles this Sunday, dazzling in a polka-dot Oscar De La Renta gown

Down to earth: When she was complimented on her dress during an interview with KTLA, she jokingly called herself 'a sloth with breasts'

Down to earth: When she was complimented on her dress during an interview with KTLA, she jokingly called herself 'a sloth with breasts'

Down to earth: When she was complimented on her dress during an interview with KTLA, she jokingly called herself ‘a sloth with breasts’

The Dr Foster star, who is originally from Liverpool, largely kept her awards look accessory free aside from a pair of statement drop earrings. 

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The young actress channeled her fashion-forward Villanelle alter ego in a jaw-dropping designer gown for the festivities.

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The star wore her locks in soft glamorous waves, while accentuating her attractive features with light touches of pink hues of make-up. 

Following her nomination at the awards, Jodie admitted that she was taken aback by the international success of Killing Eve.

Inside the event: She wore her glossy raven locks swept back into a plait, which also featured black ribbon tied around the two ends for an added touch of glam

Inside the event: She wore her glossy raven locks swept back into a plait, which also featured black ribbon tied around the two ends for an added touch of glam

Inside the event: She wore her glossy raven locks swept back into a plait, which also featured black ribbon tied around the two ends for an added touch of glam

The series, which also stars Sandra Oh in the title role, follows MI5 officer Eve Polastri as she becomes obsessed with hunting the mysterious assassin known as Villanelle.  

Gemma Chan also looked sensational as she stepped out to support the film at the 24th annual ceremony. 

The 36-year-old actress didn’t hold back with her outfit choice, sporting an incredible eye-catching gown adorned with a purple floral print.

Gemma’s dress appeared strapless, however it featured a sheer fabric across her chest, offering the illusion that she had opted for a Bardot style.  

The Humans star rocked the daring number which boasted ruffled detailing around the top before fanning out into an elegant skirt, which she pulled off effortlessly.

The dress was belted around the middle with an elegant satin ribbon, clinching her slim waist, and even featured a train which followed her down the red carpet.  

Looking good: Gemma's opulent look, which mirrored the style of the film, was accessorised with a pair of chic drop earrings but otherwise let the dress do the talking (pictured with co-star Harry Shum Jr)

Looking good: Gemma's opulent look, which mirrored the style of the film, was accessorised with a pair of chic drop earrings but otherwise let the dress do the talking (pictured with co-star Harry Shum Jr)

Looking good: Gemma’s opulent look, which mirrored the style of the film, was accessorised with a pair of chic drop earrings but otherwise let the dress do the talking (pictured with co-star Harry Shum Jr)

She wore her glossy raven locks swept back into a plait, which also featured black ribbon tied around the two ends for an added touch of glam.

Gemma, who is dating Mamma Mia’s Dominic Cooper, showcased her natural beauty with a bronze pallet of make-up and a nude lip.  

It’s been a good year for Gemma who starred in the Box Office smash hit Crazy Rich Asians and moved in with hunky Dominic. 

Gemma found herself thrown even further into the spotlight, after starring in the film, released earlier this year. The high grossing film has made $235million to date and is the first blockbuster in 25 years to feature an all-Asian cast.  

Big night: Richard Madden (pictured) and Mary Poppins Returns actor Ben Whishaw led the best dressed British men as they cut dapper figures on the blue carpet in black suits

Big night: Richard Madden (pictured) and Mary Poppins Returns actor Ben Whishaw led the best dressed British men as they cut dapper figures on the blue carpet in black suits

Big night: Richard Madden and Mary Poppins Returns actor Ben Whishaw (pictured) led the best dressed British men as they cut dapper figures on the blue carpet in black suits

Big night: Richard Madden and Mary Poppins Returns actor Ben Whishaw (pictured) led the best dressed British men as they cut dapper figures on the blue carpet in black suits

Big night: Richard Madden (L) and Mary Poppins Returns actor Ben Whishaw (R) led the best dressed British men as they cut dapper figures on the blue carpet in black suits

Victorious: Ben celebrated a win for his role as Michael Banks in the reprisal of the Disney film, taking home the gong for Best Supporting Actor

Victorious: Ben celebrated a win for his role as Michael Banks in the reprisal of the Disney film, taking home the gong for Best Supporting Actor

Victorious: Ben celebrated a win for his role as Michael Banks in the reprisal of the Disney film, taking home the gong for Best Supporting Actor

2019 CRITICS’ CHOICE AWARDS NOMINATIONS

 Best Picture

Black Panther

BlacKkKlansman

The Favourite

First Man

Green Book

If Beale Street Could Talk

Mary Poppins Returns

ROMA

A Star Is Born

Vice

Best Actor

Christian Bale – Vice

Bradley Cooper – A Star Is Born

Willem Dafoe – At Eternity’s Gate

Ryan Gosling – First Man

Ethan Hawke – First Reformed

Rami Malek – Bohemian Rhapsody

Viggo Mortensen – Green Book

Best Actress

Yalitza Aparicio – ROMA

Emily Blunt – Mary Poppins Returns

Glenn Close – The Wife

Toni Collette – Hereditary

Olivia Colman – The Favourite

Lady Gaga – A Star Is Born

Melissa McCarthy – Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Best Supporting Actor

Mahershala Ali – Green Book – WINNER

Timothée Chalamet – Beautiful Boy

Adam Driver – BlacKkKlansman

Sam Elliott – A Star Is Born

Ricahrd E. Grant – Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Michael B. Jordan – Black Panther

Best Supporting Actress

Amy Adams – Vice

Claire Foy – First Man

Nicole Kidman – Boy Erased

Regina King – If Beale Street Could Talk – WINNER

Emma Stone – The Favourite

Rachel Weisz – The Favourite

Best Young Actor/Actress 

Elsie Fisher – Eighth Grade – WINNER

Thomasin McKenzie – Leave No Trace

Ed Oxenbould – Wildlife

Millicent Simmonds – A Quiet Place

Amandla Stenberg – The Hate U Give

Sunny Suljic – Mid90s

Best Acting Ensemble 

Black Panther

Crazy Rich Asians

The Favourite – WINNER

Vice

Widows

Best Director

Damien Chazelle, First Man

Bradley Cooper, A Star Is Born

Alfonso Cuarón, ROMA

Peter Farrelly, Green Book

Yorgos Lanthimos, The Favourite

Spike Lee, BlacKkKlansman

Adam McKay, Vice

Best Original Screenplay

Bo Burnham – Eighth Grade

Alfonso Cuarón – Roma

Deborah Davis and Tony McNamara – The Favourite

Adam McKay – Vice

Paul Schrader – First Reformed

Nick Vallelonga, Brian Hayes Currie, Peter Farrelly – Green Book

Bryan Woods, Scott Beck, John Krasinski – A Quiet Place

Best Adapted Screenplay

Ryan Coogler, Joe Robert Cole – Black Panther

Nicole Holofcener, Jeff Whitty – Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Barry Jenkins – If Beale Street Could Talk

Eric Roth and Bradley Cooper & Will Fetters – A Star Is Born

Josh Singer – First Man

Charlie Wachtel & David Rabinowitz and Kevin Willmott & Spike Lee – BlacKkKlansman

Best Cinematography

Alfonso Cuarón – Roma

James Laxton – If Beale Street Could Talk

Matthew Libatique – A Star Is Born

Rachel Morrison – Black Panther

Robbie Ryan – The Favourite

Linus Sandgren – First Man

Best Production Design

Hannah Beachler, Jay Hart – Black Panther

Eugenio Caballero, Barbara Enriquez – Roma

Nelson Coates, Andrew Baseman – Crazy Rich Asians

Fiona Crombie, Alice Felton – The Favourite

Nathan Crowley, Kathy Lucas – First Man

John Myhre, Gordon Sim – Mary Poppins Returns

Best Editing

Jay Cassidy – A Star Is Born

Hank Corwin – Vice

Tom Cross – First Man

Alfonso Cuarón, Adam Gough – Roma

Yorgos Mavropsaridis – The Favourite

Joe Walker – Widows

Best Costume Design 

Alexandra Byrne – Mary Queen of Scots

Ruth Carter – Black Panther

Julian Day – Bohemian Rhapsody

Sandy Powell – The Favourite

Sandy Powell – Mary Poppins Returns

Best Hair and Makeup 

Black Panther

Bohemian Rhapsody

The Favourite

Mary Queen of Scots

Suspiria

Vice

Best Visual Effects

Avengers: Infinity War

Black Panther

First Man

Mary Poppins Returns

Mission: Impossible – Fallout

Ready Player One

Best Animated Feature 

The Grinch

Incredibles 2

Isle of Dogs

Mirai

Ralph Breaks the Internet

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse – WINNER

Best Action Movie

Avengers: Infinity War

Black Panther

Deadpool 2

Mission: Impossible – Fallout – WINNER

Ready Player One

Widows

Best Comedy

Crazy Rich Asians – WINNER

Deadpool 2

The Death of Stalin

The Favourite

Game Night

Sorry to Bother You

Best Actor in a Comedy

Christian Bale – Vice – WINNER

Jason Bateman – Game Night

Viggo Mortensen – Green Book

John C. Reilly – Stan & Ollie

Ryan Reynolds – Deadpool 2

Lakeith Stanfield – Sorry to Bother You

Best Actress in a Comedy 

Emily Blunt – Mary Poppins Returns

Olivia Colman – The Favourite – WINNER

Elsie Fisher – Eighth Grade

Rachel McAdams – Game Night

Charlize Theron – Tully

Constance Wu – Crazy Rich Asians

Best Sci-Fi/Horror Movie

Annihilation

Halloween

Hereditary

A Quiet Place – WINNER

Suspiria   

Best Foreign-Language Film 

Burning

Capernaum

Cold War

Roma

Shoplifters

Best Song

“All the Stars” – Black Panther

“Girl in the Movies” – Dumplin’

“I’ll Fight” – RBG

“The Place Where Lost Things Go” – Mary Poppins Returns

“Shallow” – A Star Is Born – WINNER

“Trip a Little Light Fantastic” – Mary Poppins Returns

Best Score 

Kris Bowers – Green Book

Nicholas Britell – If Beale Street Could Talk

Alexandre Desplat – Isle of Dogs

Ludwig Göransson – Black Panther

Justin Hurwitz – First Man

Marc Shaiman – Mary Poppins Returns

Best Drama Series

The Americans

Better Call Saul

The Good Fight

Homecoming

Killing Eve

My Brilliant Friend

Pose

Succession

Best Actor in a Drama Series 

Freddie Highmore – The Good Doctor (ABC)

Diego Luna – Narcos: Mexico (Netflix)

Richard Madden – Bodyguard (Netflix)

Bob Odenkirk – Better Call Saul (AMC)

Billy Porter – Pose (FX)

Matthew Rhys – The Americans (FX)

Milo Ventimiglia – This Is Us (NBC)

Best Actress in a Drama Series 

Jodie Comer – Killing Eve (BBC America)

Maggie Gyllenhaal – The Deuce (HBO)

Elisabeth Moss – The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu)

Sandra Oh – Killing Eve (BBC America)

Elizabeth Olsen – Sorry for Your Loss (Facebook Watch)

Julia Roberts – Homecoming (Amazon)

Keri Russell – The Americans (FX)

Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

Richard Cabral – Mayans M.C. (FX)

Asia Kate Dillon – Billions (Showtime)

Noah Emmerich – The Americans (FX) – WINNER

Justin Hartley – This Is Us (NBC)

Matthew Macfadyen – Succession (HBO)

Richard Schiff – The Good Doctor (ABC)

Shea Whigham – Homecoming (Amazon)

Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series 

Dina Shihabi – Jack Ryan (Amazon)

Julia Garner – Ozark (Netflix)

Thandie Newton – Westworld (HBO) – WINNER

Rhea Seehorn – Better Call Saul (AMC)

Yvonne Strahovski – The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu)

Holly Taylor – The Americans (FX)

Best Comedy Series

Atlanta

Barry

The Good Place

The Kominsky Method

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

The Middle

One Day at a Time

Schitt’s Creek

Best Actor in a Comedy Series 

Hank Azaria – Brockmire (IFC)

Ted Danson – The Good Place (NBC)

Michael Douglas – The Kominsky Method (Netflix)

Donald Glover – Atlanta (FX)

Bill Hader – Barry (HBO)

Jim Parsons – The Big Bang Theory (CBS)

Andy Samberg – Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Fox)

Best Actress in a Comedy Series 

Rachel Bloom – Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (The CW)

Rachel Brosnahan – The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Amazon)

Allison Janney – Mom (CBS)

Justina Machado – One Day at a Time (Netflix)

Debra Messing – Will & Grace (NBC)

Issa Rae – Insecure (HBO)

Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series 

William Jackson Harper – The Good Place (NBC)

Sean Hayes – Will & Grace (NBC)

Brian Tyree Henry – Atlanta (FX)

Nico Santos – Superstore (NBC)

Tony Shalhoub – The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Amazon)

Henry Winkler – Barry (HBO) – WINNER  

Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series 

Alex Borstein – The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Amazon) – WINNER

Betty Gilpin – GLOW (Netflix)

Laurie Metcalf – The Conners (ABC)

Rita Moreno – One Day at a Time (Netflix)

Zoe Perry – Young Sheldon (CBS)

Annie Potts – Young Sheldon (CBS)

Miriam Shor – Younger (TV Land)

Best Limited Series 

A Very English Scandal (Amazon)

American Vandal (Netflix)

The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story (FX)

Escape at Dannemora (Showtime)

Genius: Picasso (National Geographic)

Sharp Objects (HBO)

Best Movie Made for TV

Icebox (HBO)

Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert (NBC) – WINNER

King Lear (Amazon)

My Dinner With Hervé (HBO)

Notes From the Field (HBO)

The Tale (HBO)

Best Actor in a Movie Made for Television or Limited Series 

Antonio Banderas – Genius: Picasso (National Geographic)

Darren Criss – The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story (FX) – WINNER

Paul Dano – Escape at Dannemora (Showtime)

Benicio Del Toro – Escape at Dannemora (Showtime)

Hugh Grant – A Very English Scandal (Amazon)

John Legend – Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert (NBC)

Best Actress in a Movie Made for Television or Limited Series

Amy Adams – Sharp Objects (HBO) – JOINT WINNER

Patricia Arquette – Escape at Dannemora (Showtime) – JOINT WINNER

Connie Britton – Dirty John (Bravo)

Carrie Coon – The Sinner (USA Network)

Laura Dern – The Tale (HBO)

Anna Deavere Smith – Notes From the Field (HBO)

Best Supporting Actor in a Movie Made for Television or Limited Series 

Brandon Victor Dixon – Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert (NBC)

Eric Lange – Escape at Dannemora (Showtime)

Alex Rich – Genius: Picasso (National Geographic)

Peter Sarsgaard – The Looming Tower (Hulu)

Finn Wittrock – The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story (FX)

Ben Whishaw – A Very English Scandal (Amazon) – WINNER

Best Supporting Actress in a Movie Made for Television or Limited Series 

Ellen Burstyn – The Tale (HBO)

Patricia Clarkson – Sharp Objects (HBO) – WINNER

Penelope Cruz – The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story (FX)

Julia Garner – Dirty John (Bravo)

Judith Light – The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story (FX)

Elizabeth Perkins – Sharp Objects (HBO)

Best Animated Series 

Adventure Time (Cartoon Network)

Archer (FXX)

Bob’s Burgers (Fox)

BoJack Horseman (Netflix) – WINNER

The Simpsons (Fox)

South Park (Comedy Central)

 

 

 

 

 

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