The Golden Globes is a small affair this year—there is no red carpet moment nor will it be televised. While there were many great fashion moments over the years, some questionable choices also left us scratching our heads. Ahead, we highlight some of the most bizarre red carpet faux pas as worn by the world’s most beloved celebrities. Choices.
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Oh Barbara, while we get that this off-the-shoulder dress was an attempt at modernising frocks from medieval royal courts, the heavily embellished arms topped with bursts of clunky lace just appeared confusing.
What does Iceland, Michael Jackson, and a bejewelled owl have in common? Answer: this red carpet no-no by Björk at the 2001 Golden Globes.
Nightmares of tulle fringes are made of this catastrophic look by Mrs. Harrison Ford.
The only thing that makes sense with Cameron Diaz’s grandma curtains-like 1999 Golden Globes look is her geriatric posture.
While Cher may have walked away with an award at the 1984 Golden Globes ceremony, her choice for the red carpet that year definitely wasn’t a winning number.
It was all white, all white, all white with Diane Keaton in 2004, but it just did not look all right at all.
This exotic dancer meets crinkled velvet fabric look by Kruger missed the mark in 2005.
Emma Stone went straight from her substitute teaching classes to presenting at the Golden Globes back in 2014. And just like the frustrations of substitute teachers, it’s apparent that everyone in attendance weren’t paying her any attention.
Someone please fire The Nanny! Why? Well because she stole a table-top floral display and wore it as an oversized headpiece at the 1996 Golden Globes!
Paltrow clearly did not want to be on the red carpet on this night, and her lacklustre look and expression said as much.
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An all-black look is usually a safe bet, but we’re having doubts about this number by Helen Mirren in 1997.
We actually love it when someone takes a bold risk on the red carpet, but mismatched shoes?
There’s nothing inherently wrong with this Chanel look by Janelle Monáe, other than the fact that the dress and all its adornments are clearly wearing her.
Juliette Lewis couldn’t decide on either a LBD or an unapologetic ornate look in 1994, so she gave it her 20 percent both ways.
We’re not sure where Kathy Bates was going with this look when she wore it to the Globes in 1991.
Whoever said 30 going on 13 wasn’t a good look was completely right.
And just like that, Sarah Jessica Parker and her un-pressed white gown got all the fashion police up in arms with disapproval.
One would think that a fashion icon like Carrie Bradshaw can get away with anything, but this 2003 Golden Globes look was just impossible to get behind.
We’re not sure what went through Stone’s mind when she donned this sheer gown with pointed boots in 2003.
Whoopi went a little too casual in 1986 and we aren’t loving it.