Eight Grade star Elsie Fisher is flying the flag for “age appropriate” dressing among the under-18 stars but this suit is giving off distinct Violet Beauregarde vibes for mine.
Quick someone check the Kardashians’ security system, it seems TV personality Kristin Cavallari has raided Kendall Jenner’s collection of “naked dresses”.
Come as the red carpet! Just like Riverdale‘s Lili Reinhart.
Presenter Jamie Lee Curtis is usually one of our nominees for ‘fiercest lady’ on the red carpet but this year she putting on a (very tanned) brave face in this white gown that just misses the mark.
There is always a starlet who arrives dressed as the statuettes they’re giving away later in the show. This year’s gong goes to Lucy Boynton, who looks all kinds of fantastic in this gold number. Hair and make-up is on point too.
We’re getting some pictures of the Time’s Up tribute on the red carpet. Debra Messing posted a photo to Instagram of the wristbands some stars will be wearing. “A year ago, we embarked on a campaign to create safer work places,” she wrote. “We won’t stop fighting until there is gender balance in leadership and all women have opportunity to reach their full potential at work. It’s been a record year for women, with a landmark number elected to Congress and a slew of diverse firsts, but we still have so far to go.”
Host Sandra Oh has arrived on the red carpet wearing a white gown by Dontatella Versace. Does this mean we will see a flip from last year’s all-black dress code to a dominance of white gowns this year?
Red carpets are often a frock-a-thon but this year there are plenty of men to watch. Bradley Cooper, Rami Malek and Timothee Chalamet are tipped to lead the style stakes for the gents. But there are always bound to be a few surprises – expect a strong statement from the cast of Black Panther.
As we wait for the red carpet to kick off, I’m hearing a few things about some of the stars appearing at the ceremony. Host Sandra Oh is apparently going to wear four outfits throughout the broadcast, all by female designers.
But two of the stars I cannot wait to see will be A Star is Born‘s Lady Gaga, who is known for having more costume changes than songs at her live shows, and Black Panther’s Lupita Nyong’o.
Last year’s red carpet made headlines for the “black out” – the decision by many Hollywood women to wear black in solidarity with Time’s Up and the #MeToo movement. While there is no such dress code this year, we can still expect tributes to Time’s Up, which announced in the past week it was doubling its reach to help more survivors of sexual assault.
Read more about what Time’s Up has achieved over the past year here.