It was close — Danai Gurira’s Rodarte nabbed 15 percent of the vote — but Regina King scooped up the most votes in her shimmering Alberta Ferretti. (Just 23 percent of the overall total, though, which means you all liked quite a few of the Globes outfits this year.) I know there was some expressed concern that this outfit was somehow damaging her chest, but I really don’t think it’s being smooshed — I looked at photos from the side, and nothing is being cut into or spilling out the top in a way that suggested any more pressure or squeezing than you’d get from a very good bra. So, I think we can all feel okay about her mammaries today.

Congrats, Regina! I know you won the Golden Globe, but surely this is the honor for which you truly hoped.

Our worst-dressed winner still at least has some good news:

76th Annual Golden Globe Awards, Arrivals, Los Angeles, USA - 06 Jan 2019

Kate Mara is pregnant, and she announced it shortly after the Globes; I am unclear why she didn’t announce it before, because it was the first thing we thought when we saw her (it was the boobs; they seemed bigger), but maybe she thought she could fly under the radar and then realized afterward it was a faint hope. But as we said to each other, this dress would have been awful even without a uterine secret attempting to stay kept, and she won handily: Her vote total almost doubled the second place contender’s. But if pregnancy disqualifies her for you, then you can perform a runoff in your mind between Caitriona Balfe (#2) and Gina Rodriguez (#3), who were separated only by about 300 votes. Either of them is just as worthy a choice. Maybe we can just give it to all three and they can be a sort of Charlie’s Angels of fuggery.