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Photos From the 2020 Golden Globes Red Carpet

Pant suits and pockets ran the red carpet at the 77th annual Golden Globes. From Phoebe Waller-Bridge, now armed with two Golden Globes for “Fleabag,” to Lulu Wang’s incredible all-black ensemble complete with wide leg trousers, it’s fairly clear that the nominees who made the cut this year came to handle business.

Billy Porter, always the fashion fan favorite, made a splash on the carpet as his all-white feather train followed him into the Beverly Hilton. Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio entered the building in matching classic tuxedos. Jennifer Aniston, who made her return to TV in 2019 with “The Morning Show,” also made her elegant return to the Golden Globes in a black Dior ball gown.

The cast of “Little Women” caused a commotion in their various ensembles. Greta Gerwig, widely declared as being snubbed for not receiving a director nomination, kept it classy in a white-black ensemble while “Little Women” star Saoirse Ronan elegantly strolled down the carpet in a glittery pink gown.

Nicole Kidman and Scarlett Johansson stunned in red. Ever the power color, the two gowns commanded attention as each actress made their way inside the ceremony. “American Son’s” Kerry Washington also dazzled in red by accessorizing her black pant suit with a bold lip.

View the complete gallery below.

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