Marie Lodi
January 06, 2019 7:56 pm

While white gowns were a huge trend at the 2019 Golden Globes, many other celebs—at least 18 of them—opted for something a little more daring. Fiery red and orange gowns were seen all over the red carpet, which was a nice change from typical awards ceremony neutrals. Why so much red? Perhaps some of these Globes attendees are already prepping their closets for Valentine’s Day.

Favorites like Riverdale’s Lili Reinhart, Black Panther’s Danai Gurira and This Is Us’ Chrissy Metz slayed in floor length tulle, flowing chiffon, and shiny sequins in shades of crimson and carrot. Check out 18 of these flaming hot looks below.

Patricia Clarkson


The Sharp Objects actress stunned in an orange Georges Chakra chiffon gown with hints of pink peeking through.

Sandra Oh

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Globes co-host Sandra Oh killed it in every look she wore at the event, including this red gown with a plunging neckline and high thigh slit.

Chrissy Metz

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“I’m not a shy girl, let’s do something bold,” Metz told the hosts of Access regarding her decision for the custom Tanya Taylor red gown and matching lip.

Lili Reinhart

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Would Dark Betty be brave enough to wear red eyeshadow with this tulle Khyeli Couture gown like Reinhart did?

Laura Dern

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Though she didn’t win for her Best Actress nomination for The Tale, Dern slayed in her Valentino ensemble.

Nicole Kidman

Kidman wore skin tight burgundy sequins and accessorized with purse that looked like a cross between a tiny disco ball and a weapon from Kill Bill. We’re into it.

Danai Gurira

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Danai Gurira’s fiery gown was custom Rodarte.

Halle Berry


Not sure if we loved Berry’s sexy, romantic lace look or her ring game more.

D’Arcy Carden

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This orange gown IS The Good Place.

Elsie Fisher

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Dresses are so yesterday. The Eighth Grade star instead opted for a red velvet suit by Kenzo.

Amy Sherman-Palladino

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Our Gilmore Girls queen wore an A-line mini dress and bell sleeves. We stan.

Alyssa Milano

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Milano’s red and black gown is a little bit goth, but all glam.

Phoebe Waller-Bridge

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The holidays may be officially over, but Killing Eve’s Waller-Bridge can rock red sequins any time of the year.

Alex Borstein

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We love the silver adornments on this Marvelous Mrs. Maisel star’s gown.

Holly Taylor

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We’re fawning over the ’50s sweetheart neckline on this Ines Di Santo gown.

Missi Pyle


Pyle was feeling herself on the red carpet, and with this gorgeous Marilyn Monroe-esque gown, we don’t blame her.

Margaret Gardiner

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Jessica Rabbit vibes on the red carpet? Yes, please.

Carly Steel

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Steel floated on the red carpet in this gorgeous dress.