Fug File: Golden Globes

Golden Globes Intriguingly Played: Lady Gaga


I don’t know what’s more confusing to me:

Lady Gaga showing up unheralded to a Golden Globes post-party wearing a relatively tame gold lame half-shroud, or Lady Gaga doing all of that and then hanging out with Paris Hilton’s mother. Is Kathy the last person to jump ship on Paris, or just really confused because she thinks this IS Paris? Did she just pop by dare Gaga to read her poker face? Have they been playing phone tag and now they’re FINALLY in the same space and can sit down and dive into that conversation about Chechnya they’ve been meaning to have?

Regardless, I’m thrilled we can see Gaga’s face, and relatively little of the rest of her various zones. It’s nice to think she can turn down the volume sometimes.

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Golden Globes Well Played: Margot Robbie


One of my favorite moments on the red carpet on Sunday was when Margot Robbie reminded Ryan Secreast that they once met in a gym in Argentina. “I met Ryan Secreast in a gym in Argentina” is totally a Mad Lib: “I met [CELEBRITY] in a [PLACE] in [LOCATION].” Like, “I met Prince Harry in a Subway Sandwiches in Denmark.” “I met Sonia Sotomayor in a Cost Plus in Marrakech.” “I met Jason Alexander in a Rite Aid in Austin.”

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Golden Globes Well Played: Julie Delpy


Why was nobody paying more attention to Julie Delpy last night? Nobody talked to her, really, that I saw, and the only screen time she seemed to get was during a joke in the monologue about sequels.

I mean, what a waste. I’m not sure I’ve ever seen her look more luminous. All this gloriousness, and nobody even told her to stand in the damn Glam Cam? What is wrong with people?

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Golden Globes Well Played, Julia Louis-Dreyfus


Yeah, yeah, she looks great:

She almost always looks great — I think the most negative reaction I’ve EVER had to old JLD is a “well, I don’t LOVE it but I don’t want to set it on fire or anything” — and her body is, as the kids say, “bangin’,” but if the last few years have taught us anything, it’s that she also IS great. I could watch this gif of her smoking an e-cig and rejecting Reese Witherspoon all day long. Please come over to GFY HQ and light cigarettes in my face all day long, Julia. I will happily bring you hot dogs.

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Golden Globes Fug or Fab Yet Fabulous Carpet: Emma Thompson


Do I love what she wore? I don’t know. But do I want to be sitting at her table, taking bar runs with her, holding her purse while she’s in the ladies’ room, and sharing a limo? YES.

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Golden Globes Well Played, Emilia Clarke


She didn’t just wear a bracelet. She wore a bracelet:

This whole thing is really great. We don’t see a lot of Proenza Schouler on the red carpet, and it’s so refreshing. This is really the only dress from the Globes that seemed like it was vaguely tactile — in a good way — and I like that it’s well-structured without screaming, “CHECK OUT THIS DIRECTIONAL STRUCTURE YOU GUYS!” Hair, makeup, bag, jewelry: it’s all good. And she wisely left the dragons at home.

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