The 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards were finally held on Sunday night, two months after they were originally scheduled.
And while some stars walked the red carpet, others appeared virtually, swapping the red carpet for their living room carpets as the Hollywood stars put on a glamorous appearance from home.
Lily Collins, 31,
Live from the (living room) carpet! Lily Collins (pictured) joined the likes of Kate Hudson and Anya Taylor-Joy as the Hollywood stars attended the Golden Globes from home on Sunday night
This year’s ceremony, which usually takes place in early January, was pushed back to February 28 as Hollywood continues to adjust to the coronavirus pandemic and new safety guidelines.
Amy Poehler and Tina Fey returned to host for the fourth time. The comedy duo did the honors in 2013, 2014 and 2015. It was the first ever awards show to be broadcast from two separate coasts.
Lily shared her opulent Golden Globes outfit with her 23.1 million Instagram followers.
And she doesn’t even need a cab! Kate channeled her inner Dynasty villain Sunday in an ’80s chic off-the-shoulder dress, for her appearance, where she was nominated for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical (left)
The actress was at one with nature in a gorgeous golden-hour photoshoot ahead of the ceremony, where she was nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a TV Series in the comedy or musical category.
This year was a departure, as it marked the first time the Golden Globes were bicoastal due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Amy Poehler hosting from Los Angeles while Tina Fey joined her long-distance from New York City.
Lily’s Yves Saint Laurent dress featured bursts of royal blue, green, brown and gold swirled into hyperactive paisley patterns.
Stunner: Lily’s Yves Saint Laurent dress featured bursts of royal blue, green, brown and gold swirled into hyperactive paisley patterns
The dress got extra texture from bunches of gold beads sewn into it, along with thick gold embroidery.
Lily was decked out in Cartier jewelry, including a thick ring with interlocking diamonds and a diamond-encrusted bracelet with red tips.
She posed outdoors under a citrus tree, while her black-and-white photos made her look like her character Rita in David Fincher’s film Mank, which was nominated for several Golden Globes.
‘Catching golden hour for @goldenglobes tonight in @cartier and @ysl by @anthonyvaccarello,’ she captioned her post.
Lily was competing in the best actress category for television comedies for her hit Netflix series Emily In Paris, which was a soothing early pandemic binge-watch option for many subscribers.
However, the series received somewhat mixed reviews, and it currently has a 63 percent fresh rating on
The daughter of Phil Collins played the title role in the series, about a young American woman who moves to Paris to give a French marketing firm an American’s perspective.
Kate has faced some controversy over her role in Sia’s directorial debut musical film Music. But she is taking the backlash in stride, as awards season gets underway.
The 41-year-old took to
She accessorized the ensemble with a wide black leather belt featuring an ornate silver buckle and a pair of diamond Bulgari earrings
Kate posted a selfie of the hair and makeup chair, before getting styled into her slicked-back ’80s hairstyle, writing: ‘Here we go.’
She gave a glimpse at mom Goldie Hawn, 75, and brother Oliver Hudson, 44, as the whole family got together to support her.
The Almost Famous star was also joined by partner Danny Fujikawa, 34, sons Ryder, 17, Bingham, nine, daughter Rani, two, brother Wyatt Russell, 34, his wife Meredith Hagner, 33, and Goldie’s partner Kurt Russell, 69.
She was roasted by several on Twitter for hosting such a crowded event, as the awards show took precautions amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
‘It’s sort of an adrenaline and I do feel like because I’ve got a big family, my mom and my dad are here and my kids are here, we’re trying to really kind of bring a celebratory feeling to it and it’s fun. I think we should do this more often.’
She lost the Golden Globe for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical to Rosamund Pike for her performance in I Care a Lot.
Rosamund also beat Michelle Pfeiffer (French Exit), Anya Taylor-Joy (Emma) and Maria Bakalova (Borat Subsequent Moviefilm).
Anya Taylor-Joy made all the right moves when it came to awards night fashion, stunning in not one but two jaw-dropping looks for the virtual show
She earned her first Golden Globe for the chess drama The Queen’s Gambit at Sunday’s 78th annual honors.
The American-born, Argentine-British actress started off in a sparkling emerald green Dior dress with a dramatic neckline before slipping into a classic ivory design to accept her Best Actress In A Limited Series honor.
Anya’s first look highlighted her slender 5foot7 figure, dipping low to reveal some delicate decolletage while thin straps revealed her toned arms and bare shoulders.
The couture ensemble, which was styled by visionary Law Roach, amped up the drama with a matching jacket that billowed around the starlet elegantly.
She was practically dripping in diamonds, clad in nearly $2million of Tiffany & Co. jewels, according to
Taylor-Joy had her icy blonde locks swept into a deep side part courtesy of hairstylist Gregory Russell, letting them cascade over one side of her face mysteriously.
After doing pre-awards press in green, Anya changed into outfit number two: a timeless strapless white satin number.
Taylor-Joy was thrilled to win the category against Cate Blanchett (Mrs America), Daisy Edgar-Jones (Normal People), Shira Haas (Unorthodox) and Nicole Kidman (The Undoing.)
In her acceptance speech, she thanked streaming giant Netflix for ‘letting us make the show we wanted to make.’
‘It’s obviously wonderful that everyone’s seen the show. I would do this project again and again and again; I learned so much. Thank you to the audiences that have watched it and supported the characters. It meant the world.’
GOLDEN GLOBES 2021: THE WINNERS
Best Motion Picture, Drama
Nomadland – WINNER
Promising Young Woman
The Trial of the Chicago 7
On the road again: Nomadland won the top honor in film Best Motion Picture, Drama
Best Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical
Borat Subsequent Moviefilm – WINNER
Emerald Fennell – Promising Young Woman
David Fincher – Mank
Regina King – One Night in Miami
Aaron Sorkin – The Trial of the Chicago 7
Chloé Zhao – Nomadland – WINNER
Trailblazing: Chloe Zhao became just the second woman to win for directing in 78 years
Emerald Fennell – Promising Young Woman
Jack Fincher – Mank
Christopher Hampton, Florian Zeller – The Father
Aaron Sorkin – The Trial of the Chicago 7 – WINNER
Chloé Zhao – Nomadland
Best Foreign Language Picture
The Life Ahead
Minari – WINNER
Two of Us
Best Animated Picture
The Croods: A New Age
Over the Moon
Soul – WINNER
Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama
Viola Davis – Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom
Andra Day – The United States vs Billie Holiday – WINNER
Vanessa Kirby – Pieces of a Woman
Frances McDormand – Nomadland
Carey Mulligan – Promising Young Woman
Big moment: Andra Day was the surprise winner in the Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama category
Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama
Riz Ahmed – Sound of Metal
Chadwick Boseman – Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom – WINNER
Anthony Hopkins – The Father
Gary Oldman – Mank
Tahar Rahim – The Mauritanian
Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical
Maria Bakalova – Borat Subsequent Moviefilm
Kate Hudson – Music
Michelle Pfeiffer – French Exit
Rosamund Pike – I Care a Lot – WINNER
Anya Taylor-Joy – Emma
Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical
Sacha Baron Cohen – Borat Subsequent Moviefilm – WINNER
James Corden – The Prom
Lin-Manuel Miranda – Hamilton
Dev Patel – The Personal History of David Copperfield
Andy Samberg – Palm Springs
Winner! Sacha Baron Cohen’s politically-charged sequel Borat Subsequent Moviefilm earned two awards
Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture
Glenn Close – Hilbilly Elegy
Jodie Foster – The Mauritanian – WINNER
Olivia Colman – The Father
Amanda Seyfried – Mank
Helena Zengel – News of the World
Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture
Sacha Baron Cohen – The Trial of the Chicago 7
Daniel Kaluuya – Judas and the Black Messiah – WINNER
Jared Leto – The Little Things
Bill Murray – On the Rocks
Leslie Odom Jr – One Night in Miami
Best Original Score in a Motion Picture
The Midnight Sky
News of the World
Soul – WINNER
Best Original Song in a Motion Picture
Judas and the Black Messiah
The Life Ahead – WINNER
One Night in Miami
The Trial of the Chicago 7
The United States vs Billie Holiday
Best Television Series, Drama
The Crown – WINNER
Triumphant: The Crown nearly swept all of the dramatic television categories including Best Television Series, Drama as creator Peter Morgan accepted the award
Best Television Series, Comedy or Musical
Emily in Paris
The Flight Attendant
Schitt’s Creek – WINNER
Best Limited Series, Anthology or TV Movie
The Queen’s Gambit – WINNER
Best Performance by an Actress in a TV Series, Drama
Olivia Colman – The Crown
Jodie Comer – Killing Eve
Emma Corrin – The Crown – WINNER
Laura Linney – Ozark
Sarah Paulson – Ratched
Crowning achievement: Emma Corrin beat out her The Crown co-star Olivia Colman (Queen Elizabeth II) in the Best Performance by an Actress in a TV Series, Drama category
Best Performance by an Actor in a TV Series, Drama
Jason Bateman – Ozark
Josh O’Connor – The Crown – WINNER
Bob Odenkirk – Better Call Saul
Al Pacino – Hunters
Matthew Rhys– Perry Mason
Best Performance by an Actress in a TV Series, Comedy or Musical
Lily Collins – Emily in Paris
Kaley Cuoco – The Flight Attendant
Elle Fanning – The Great
Jane Levy – Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist
Catherine O’Hara – Schitt’s Creek – WINNER
Legend: Catherine O’Hara earned the win in the Best Performance by an Actress in a TV Series, Comedy or Musical for her role in Schitt’s Creek
Best Performance by an Actor in a TV series, Comedy or Musical
Don Cheadle – Black Monday
Nicholas Hoult – The Great
Eugene Levy – Schitt’s Creek
Jason Sudeikis – Ted Lasso – WINNER
Ramy Youssef – Ramy
Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series, Anthology or TV Movie
Cate Blanchett – Mrs America
Daisy Edgar-Jones – Normal People
Shira Haas – Unorthodox
Nicole Kidman – The Undoing
Anya Taylor-Joy – The Queen’s Gambit – WINNER
Checkmate: It was also a big night for Anya Taylor-Joy as she won Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series, Anthology or TV Movie for The Queen’s Gambit
Best Performance by an Actor in a Limited Series, Anthology or TV Movie
Bryan Cranston – Your Honour
Jeff Daniels – The Comey Rule
Hugh Grant – The Undoing
Ethan Hawke – The Good Lord Bird
Mark Ruffalo – I Know This Much Is True – WINNER
Best Supporting Actress in a Television Series
Gillian Anderson – The Crown – WINNER
Helena Bonham Carter – The Crown
Julia Garner – Ozark
Annie Murphy – Schitt’s Creek
Cynthia Nixon – Ratched
Best Supporting Actor in a Television Series
John Boyega – Small Axe, “Red, White and Blue” – WINNER
Daniel Levy – Schitt’s Creek
Brendan Gleeson – The Comey Rule
Jim Parsons – Hollywood
Donald Sutherland – The Undoing
No axe to grind: The second award of the night went to John Boyega in the Best Supporting Actor in a Television Series category for his role in Small Axe “Red, White and Blue”