Aside from the preponderance of ruffles, the big trend at the Globes seemed to be dark green. Or hunter green, or forest green, or British racing green — whatever you want to call it. I call it a welcome trend on a night where there were a lot of non-hues; I also call it potentially dangerous to all the actresses who wore it whose names aren’t Angelina Jolie, because I could see her going home and calling her posse of knife-collecting assassins and suggesting that they slice and dice all the women who upstaged her color story. Although, Catherine Zeta-Jones will probably be fine. I imagine her as being impervious to knives. She is certainly impervious to cranky toothpicks who don’t know how to do their hair. Oh, yes, Angie, I said it. I may have liked your green and I may have liked the dress on you, but we’re not blind to your head-suit. Perhaps some nutrients would help?

Best green?

  • Connie (2%, 291 Votes)
  • CZJ (60%, 6,963 Votes)
  • Angelina (11%, 1,299 Votes)
  • Mila (24%, 2,828 Votes)
  • Elisabeth (2%, 264 Votes)

Total Voters: 11,645

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Worst green?

  • Connie (56%, 5,745 Votes)
  • CZJ (2%, 172 Votes)
  • Angelina (18%, 1,798 Votes)
  • Mila (2%, 161 Votes)
  • Elisabeth (23%, 2,304 Votes)

Total Voters: 10,181

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