Golden Globe Awards: Red carpet live blog

The first red carpet event of 2016 is underway in Los Angeles, where attendees for the Golden Globe Awards are already showing off their best tuxedos, flowing gowns and glittery sheath dresses.

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Neck-high white gowns were a popular choice on the red carpet, with "Orange is the New Black" star Laverne Cox showing off a simple design with a large train.

Laverne Cox

"Ex Machina" star Alicia Vikander also chose a neck-high gown, but with pleats and a crossed back, from Louis Vuitton.

Alicia Vikander

Eva Longoria had a twist on the white gown look, with a glitzy cutout neckline and flowers embroidered on the hips of her dress.

Eva Longoria

But Taraji P. Henson showed up her white-dressed peers, if only because she nailed every single pose for the red carpet photographers.

Watching Taraji P. Henson hit every single damn pose is the best thing I'll see all night #SlayOn#GoldenGlobespic.twitter.com/2OgJAxIdXW

— Jarett Wieselman (@JarettSays) January 11, 2016

Several actresses hit the red carpet in striking red dresses, including Emmy Rossum, Natalie Dormer and Felicity Huffman.

Emmy Rossum from @SHO_Shameless at the #GoldenGlobespic.twitter.com/7Flav55weH

— FashionweekNYC (@FashionweekNYC) January 10, 2016

Natalie Dormer

Felicity Huffman

Some pulled off the red better than others. Zendaya, for instance, looked like a red Christmas tree with her tiered dress.

Zendaya

Meanwhile, Olivia Wilde (not Munn) rocked her appearance with a slinky, sequin dress in dark red.

Olivia Wilde

If red on the red carpet sounds too easy, how about gold for the Golden Globes?

There were plenty of eye-catching gold dresses at the, including the ones sported by Brie Larson and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.

Brie Larson

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

And while it wasn't quite gold, Jennifer Lopez still sparkled in her own way, with an eye-popping yellow gown and short cape, accented in diamonds.

Jennifer Lopez

Amanda Peet had one of the more... interesting looks, in a tattered-looking dress from Alexander McQueen.

Amanda Peet



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