06 January 2020 10:47
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You can always update your preferences in the Privacy Centre. The video will start in 8 Cancel Click to play Tap to play Sign up to FREE daily email alerts from mirror - celebs Subscribe Thank you for subscribing We have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again later Invalid Email The Golden Globes is one of the most glitzy events of the year, with a whole host of famous faces arriving on the red carpet in all their finery and splendour. And this year some celebs stole attention for all the wrong reasons as they arrived in a series of outrageous outfits. Jennifer Lopez commanded attention in a dress with a giant green and gold bow on the front that swamped her toned frame. The Love Don't Cost A Thing singer, 50, posed up a storm in the eye-catching number, which also featured a ruffled white train that dragged along behind her. Another scene-stealing look belonged to Gwyneth Paltrow, 47, who left little to the imagination in a see-through dress. Her caramel-coloured number flaunted her bra and knickers, which appeared to be built into the dress. Another flesh flasher was Kerry Washington, whose tuxedo-style gown was dangerously low cut. The daring outfit was comprised of a smart black blazer with no top underneath and a satin maxi skirt with a slit on the thigh. Kerry, 42, accessorised with a bedazzled harness, which drew attention to her cleavage and toned stomach. Jodie Comer stole the show when she arrived sporting a satin green gown with enormous puffed sleeves. (Image: AFP via Getty Images) (Image: Getty Images) The Killing Eve actress, 26, clashed the dress with a pair of bright pink peep-toe sandals. Cate Blanchett, 50, wowed in a yellow gown with large pleated sleeves and a sparkly bodice. Lucy Boynton looked futuristic in a shiny silver dress and matching platformed heels. (Image: AFP via Getty Images) (Image: AFP via Getty Images) The Bohemian Rhapsody star, 25, pulled the look together with eye-catching silver eyeshadow and stacks of rings on both hands. Charlize Theron went for a bright green gown that featured a black bodice underneath. The dress also featured a black caped detail that hung off one sleeve and dragged behind her on the red carpet. (Image: Getty Images) (Image: Getty Images for Hulu) TV presenter Erin Lim wore a nude gown with a glittery overlay that had just one sleeve. Continuing the trend for a power sleeve, Bel Powley went for a floor-sweeping blue gown with enormous shoulders. The Act star Joey King sported an optical illusion dress in a swirly monochrome pattern.