From backless gowns to emerald green, Hollywood's elite made quite the fashion statement at the Golden Globes.
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Angelina Jolie, nominated for her role in The Tourist, chose a long-sleeved shimmery Versace gown in the most-envied color of the night.
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Mad Men star and Best Actress nominee Elisabeth Moss opted for a more modern look with the jewel-toned custom Donna Karen design.
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Catherine Zeta-Jones sashayed the carpet in a forest green textured Monique Lhuillier tiered gown.
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Mila Kunis, nominated for Best Supporting Actress for Black Swan, shined on the red carpet in an emerald one-shoulder Vera Wang gown.
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Black Swan star and Best Actress nominee Natalie Portman didn't let a baby bump stop her from making a fashion statement on the red carpet. She chose a pink Viktor & Rolf gown with a sparkling red rose detail.
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Beautiful Glee star Naya Rivera accentuated her bust with blush rosettes.
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Olivia Wilde's killer Christian Louboutin peeptoe booties — with yellow gold spikes — almost went completely hidden under her sparkling Marchesa gown. Luckily for fans, she lifted her skirt and gave them proper red carpet respect.
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Country Strong's Leighton Meester flashed a single leg — in her long-sleeve Burberry gown — to reveal metallic, embellished Jimmy Choo heels.
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Julia Stiles, a nominee for Best Supporting Actress, wowed in a bold black tulle one-shoulder Romona Keveza mermaid gown with ruffle neckline.
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Best Actress nominee Halle Berry showed off her glam gams in a super-sexy Nina Ricci bustier dress with sheer black overlay.
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Piper Perabo wowed in a remarkably delicate and ultra-feminine Oscar de la Renta gown.
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Glee's Amber Riley cinched her gunmetal one-shoulder Oliver Tolentino gown with a delicate black belt.
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Modern Family's comedienne Sofia Vergara gave her red Vera Wang gown a black satin cinch that couldn't help but accentuate her famous curves.
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Jenna Ushkowitz topped off her ruffled Rebecca Taylor dress with a monochromatic jewel-encrusted belt.
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Mad Men's Christina Hendricks added mega-drama to her red gown by Romona Keveza with a silk crepe ruffle strap.
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Julianne Moore opted for an asymmetrical look with her one-shoulder — make that a one-long-sleeved-shoulder — Lanvin dress.
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Amy Adams, nominated for her role in The Fighter, wore a blue Marchesa gown with laser-cut detailing along the bodice.
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Desperate Housewives actress Eva Longoria turned heads with the surprising cut-out back in her Zac Posen cap-sleeve dress.
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Anne Hathaway made a bold statement with her amber open-back Giorgio Armani Privé gown.
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Easy A's Emma Stone showed off an open back with her sherbet-colored Calvin Klein Collection dress.
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Also in Calvin Klein Collection, Claire Danes was able to put her sculpted back on display in the neon silk gown.
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Nicole Kidman, who was nominated for Best Actress for her role in Rabbit Hole, didn't let her porcelain skin stop her from wearing cream — the most popular shade on the red carpet — with her one-shoulder gown by Prada.
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Carrie Underwood sparkled on the red carpet in a quartz sequin Badgley Mischka Couture dress.
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Glee's Dianna Agron donned a blush silk chiffon J. Mendel dress.
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The Closer star and Best Actress nominee Kyra Sedgwick paired a stack of assorted gold bracelets with her mango Emilio Pucci gown.
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Jane Krakowski had more accessories than just her baby bump. The 30 Rock star threw on a wrist-full of bangles to match her Badgley Mischka dress.
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Scarlett Johansson channeled two trends with her plunging Elie Saab gown. Not only did she go for the cream color, but she softened the look with gauzy, butterfly sleeves.
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Presenter Sandra Bullock strolled the carpet in a soft, airy Jenny Packham dress.