Best and Worst Dressed at 2018 Golden Globes

The 2018 Golden Globes ceremony was a party in black, for a good cause. Many stars followed the dress code and showed solidarity to sexual harassment victims. Some didn’t, but that was expected. Here are the most beautiful stars of the evening and some that could’ve picked a better outfit.



Best: Catherine Zeta-Jones

The actress looked stunning in a sheer black dress that emphasized her cleavage.

Best: Ryan Gosling

White on white? Not many people could pull that off, but Gosling is among the rare ones.

Best: Christina Hendricks

Hendricks rocked the off-shoulder black gown. The simplicity of the outfit went great with her bright hair and makeup.

Best: Kendall Jenner

A full-glam look fits the young Jenner just right!

Best: Nikolaj Coster-Waldau

GoT star stole the show with a classic  suit.

Best: Mandy Moore

A red belt on a gorgeous black gown is a nice personal touch.

Best: Justin Timberlake

Justin was supporting his wife, Jessica Biel, who was nominated for her role in “The Sinner” and looked amazing in Black on Black. Biel looked amazing as well.

Best: Gillian Anderson

American-British actress opted for a one-shoulder long dress that fits her perfectly.

Best: Viola Davis

Many were thrilled to see Viola Davis on the red carpet with a natural afro hairstyle. Besides wearing a black gown and supporting the end of Hollywood sexual harassment, she’s also promoting natural beauty.

Best: Kate Hudson

It takes some guts to rock this Valentino long dress but Hudson managed to stay classy despite the evident cleavage.

Best: Kelly Clarkson

A few golden details emphasized the simplicity of Clarkson’s gorgeous gown that was still mainly black, sending a strong message.

Best: Sterling K. Brown

Some history was made: This Is Us star Sterling K. Brown became the first black actor to win the award for best actor in a drama series. He looked stunning at the ceremony!

Best: Tracee Ellis Ross

A turban? Yes! Actress, model and TV host Ross wore a simple all-black dress but spiced the outfit up with a turban.

Best: Claire Foy

English actress wore a black pantsuit along with a sleek hairstyle and simple makeup, which turned out to be a pretty strong look that stood out.

Best: Chris Hemsworth

Who says a black suit needs to be plain and boring? Hemsworth proved the opposite on the red carpet.

Worst: Kerry Washington

Shiny dress with bejeweled pointy toe shoes was not among the best choices of the evening.

Worst: Jamie Chung

Jamie’s ruffled dress was a poor choice. Her outfit was one of the least popular at the event.

Worst: Alexis Bledel

Though she mostly followed the dress code, Bledel still ended up on the worst-dressed list. There’s something unfortunate about the top part of her jumpsuit – it would definitely work better without the leaves.

Worst: Debra Messing

Will & Grace star didn’t quite shine in an outfit that’s half dress and half pants – she looks like she had a difficult time deciding what to wear and just went with both.

Worst: Caitriona Balfe

Great job for supporting the cause and going all-black, but that dress shouldn’t be worn on the red carpet in this day and age.