Golden Globes: Stars are aligned… but not all seemed to get the memo
BRITAIN’S leading ladies proved you can be red hot in black as they emerged in LBDs at the Golden Globes to make a stance against sexual harassment.
The Crown star Claire Foy, 33, led the charge on the red carpet as women lined up in force to support Hollywood’s ‘Time’s Up’ campaign.
Her plunging suit did well to distract from her failing to land the best actress in a TV drama series gong for her role in the Netflix show.
Fellow Brit Kate Beckinsale, 44, showed plenty of front in her frock at the InStyle and Warner Bros after-party ahead of her new starring role in ITV drama The Widow.
And War & Peace’s Lily James, 28, looked more than a little ruffled on the night — in a flowing chiffon creation.
But there were three women who didn’t get the ‘Time’s Up’ memo to wear black for the glitzy showbiz bash.
Showgirls 2 star Blanca Blanco, 36, tried to grab the headlines in a revealing red cut-out frock. She later tweeted: ‘Wearing red does not mean I am against #TimesUp movement.’
Hollywood Foreign Press Association president boss Meher Tatna also wore red for cultural reasons but pointed out: ‘I do have my Time’s Up button on.’
German Next Top Model star Barbara Meier, 31, defended her decision to wear a floral see-through gown, saying: ‘It’s the wrong way not to wear any sexy clothes anymore or let people take away our joy of showing our personality through fashion.’
Author: Andrei Harmsworth