We're top of the crops! Red hot Jennifer Lawrence, Brie Larson and Kate Hudson flash abs as they lead glamour at the 2016 Golden Globe Awards
The biggest names in film and television joined forces on Sunday for the 2016 Golden Globe Awards - one of the biggest nights on the A-list calendar.
Hollywood's best and brightest descended upon the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, and were dressed to the nines for the star-studded occasion.
One of the most popular looks for the evening was stomach-baring dresses, which were modelled by the likes of Jennifer Lawrence, Brie Larson and Kate Hudson.
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Abs-olutely stunning: (L-R) Best Actress nominees Jennifer Lawrence and Brie Larson and presenter Kate Hudson showed some stomach in cut-out gowns at the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday
Jennifer, who won her third Golden Globe in the form of Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy for Joy, wore another winning number by Dior, in the form of a layered scarlet frock with cut-away sides.
She paired the dress with a statement silver choker necklace and deep red lipstick, and slicked her platinum blonde locks into a sleek updo.
Room star Brie - who took home Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture Drama - revealed her taut stomach in a dazzling halter-neck Calvin Klein Collection gown with sexy cut-out sections.
Another winning look: Jennifer looked beautiful in her scarlet Dior dress, paired with matching lipstick and a silver choker necklace
Joy-ful: The Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy winner was feeling cheerful as she posed for photos
Hi everyone!: The 25-year-old gave a friendly wave to her fans as she strutted along in metallic heels
She's definitely not shy: Kate Hudson left little to the imagination in her glittering pink gown by Michael Kors Collection with cut-out stomach
Shining star: Room star Brie revealed her taut tummy in a dazzling halter-neck Calvin Klein Collection gown with sexy cut-out sections
And while Kate was not nominated at the ceremony, the presenter still made sure to turn heads in a glittering pink gown by Michael Kors Collection with a completely cut-out stomach, leaving her impressive abs firmly on display.
The 36-year-old strutted along in sky high satin platform heels and tousled her bright blonde hair into bedhead waves, finishing things off with lots of rosy blusher.
Vintage vixen: Cate Blanchett showed off the fringing on her pink 1920s style dress by Givenchy Haute Couture as she walked the carpet
Showing off her unique style: Rooney Mara, who was competing against her Carol co-star Cate, went for an unusual look in a pale pink Alexander McQueen frock and dramatic make-up
One to watch: Brie's fellow Best Actress nominee Alicia Vikander was a beautiful sight in a frilly white dress by Louis Vuitton
Anything goes: While Amy Schumer (L) picked a structured black and white gown by Prabal Gurung, Saoirse Roan looked like a Grecian goddess
A look fit for a winner: Kate Winslet, who was named Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in any Motion Picture for Steve Jobs, looked brilliant in a blue Ralph Lauren design
Cate Blanchett is no stranger to the Golden Globes red carpet, and it certainly showed as she wowed in a fringed pink number by Givenchy Haute Couture, which looked straight out of the 1920s.
The 46-year-old, who was nominated for Carol, showed off the tassels on the backless frock as she twirled for the cameras.
Her Carol co-star Rooney Mara - who she competed against, with the pair both losing to Brie - showed off her unique style in a blush-coloured silk dress teamed with dramatic make-up.
A ray of sunshine: Jennifer Lopez wore a form-fitting yellow gown by Giambattista Valli with a saucy slit up one side, paired with dazzling shoes and jewellery
Plus one: The superstar singer and sometimes actress was joined by her toyboy lover Casper Smart
Ravishing redheads: Julianne Moore (L) went for all-out bling in a sequined blue frock by Tom Ford, while Amy Adams opted for a tangerine dress with just a little embellishment, by Atelier Versace
Once upon a time: Amber Heard wore a fairytale inspired gown by Gucci Couture, which flowed as she walked the red carpet
Hello Hollywood: Olivia Wilde (left, in custom Michael Kors Collection) and Kate Bosworth (in Dolce&Gabbana) didn't hold back when it came to their dazzling looks
'I got my wig out and my Globes': Katy Perry joked about her impressive cleavage and big hair as she posed in a revealing pink dress
Meanwhile Alicia Vikander, who was nominated for The Danish Girl, wore a frilly and pleated white dress by Louis Vuitton, which nipped in at her tiny waist and revealed a hint of sideboob.
Saoirse Ronan, 21, who was also up in the Best Actress In A Drama category for Brooklyn, looked like a Grecian goddess in her floaty white Yves Saint Laurent gown with low-cut neckline.
There were plenty of sexy looks at the bash, with Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture made for Television winner Lady Gaga looking like Marilyn Monroe in an off-the-shoulder black velvet custom Atelier Versace gown which revealed a lot of cleavage.
Some like it hot: Lady Gaga was channelling her inner Marilyn Monroe in a sexy black velvet custom Atelier Versace gown
So in love: Gaga and her actor fiance Taylor Kinney couldn't resist sharing a smooch as they posed together
Shocked: The 29-year-old couldn't believe it when she won Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture made for Television for American Horror Story: Hotel
With his girls: Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in any Motion Picture winner Sylvester Stallone was joined by wife Jennifer Flavin and their teenage daughters (from left) Sistine, Scarlet and Sophia
Lighting up the red carpet: (L-R) Melissa McCarthy (wearing one of her own designs), Viola Davis (in Marchesa) and Jenna Dewan-Tatum (in Zuhair Murad Couture) were shining bright in their ensembles
Dynamic duos: Christian Bale was joined by wife Sibi Blazic (L) as they both wore Dolce&Gabbana, while Matt Damon brought along his wife Luciana Barroso, and they both sported Versace
Presenter Katy Perry joked about her 'Globes' as she channelled her inner pin-up girl in a low-cut pink dress with bow detail at the back.
Meanwhile Jennifer Lopez stuck out her leg Angelina Jolie-style in a striking yellow dress by Giambattista Valli that was long on one side and slit to the thigh on the other.
And Kirsten Dunst, who lost out in the Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture made for Television category to Lady Gaga, risked a wardrobe malfunction in her extreme plunging black Valentino gown.
Prints charming: Maggie Gyllenhaal (left, wearing Marc Jacobs) and Rachel McAdams (in Lanvin) looked fabulous in their patterned gowns
He's not going Solo: Handsome Harrison Ford was joined by his gorgeous wife Calista Flockhart, who wore an Andrew Gn gown
Confident: Fargo star and nominee Kirsten Dunst flashed the flesh in a plunging black dress by Valentino
Drama queen: Jane The Virgin star Gina Rodriguez certainly made an entrance in her off-the-shoulder midnight blue Zac Posen gown
She's her mother's daughter: Jamie Lee Curtis was joined by her daughter Annie, who showed off silver hair like the actress's
Kate Winslet, who was named Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in any Motion Picture for Steve Jobs, looked brilliant in a blue halter-neck dress by Ralph Lauren that highlighted her curves.
Playing it safe was Amy Schumer, who was nominated in the comedy category but lost to her best friend Jennifer Lawrence. The Trainwreck star wore an off-the-shoulder frock by Prabal Gurung which had a white top and full black skirt.
Helen Mirren looked far younger than her 70 years in a classic black gown, while Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Drama winner Taraji P. Henson was a wonderful sight in a strapless white gown with long train by Stella McCartney Couture.
How does she do it?: As always, Helen Mirren looked far younger than her 70 years in a fitted black gown
The man of the hour: Ricky Gervais, pictured with wife Jane Fallon, was back as host for the fourth time
What do you think?: Empire star and winner Taraji P. Henson showed off her beautiful strapless white creation by Stella McCartney Couture
British beauties: Game Of Thrones stars Emilia Clarke (left, in Valentino) and Natalie Dormer (wearing J Mendel) showcased their chic styles at the ceremony
TV's finest: Representing Orange Is The New Black were (L-R) Taylor Schilling, Laverne Cox (in Elizabeth Kennedy) and Uzo Aduba
Also representing the U.K. were Downton Abbey's Lily James and Joanne Froggatt, who wore flowing frocks, and Game Of Thrones actresses Emilia Clarke and Natalie Dormer, who showed off their different styles.
It was an eventful red carpet, with supermodel Rosie Huntington-Whiteley - wearing a gorgeous gold gown by Atelier Versace - confirming her engagement to actor Jason Statham as she joined him at the event.
Jane The Virgin star Gina Rodriguez, who lost out on Best Actress In A Television Series Musical Or Comedy to Crazy Ex-Girlfriend's Rachel Bloom, picked an off-the-shoulder midnight blue Zac Posen gown with princess style skirt.
Delicate detail: Eva Longoria (left, in Georges Hobeika) and Melissa Benoist (in Monique Lhuillier) wore white frocks with floral prints and embroidery as they made their arrivals
All eyes on her: Photographers were clicking away as Eva posed up a storm on the red carpet
Golden girls: Newly engaged Rosie Huntington-Whiteley (left, in Atelier Versace) and Eva Green (wearing Elie Saab) shimmered in the spotlight thanks to delicate gold gowns
Bright and beautiful: (L-R) Emmy Rossum (in Armani Prive), America Ferrera (in Jenny Packham) and Joanne Froggatt (in Reem Acra) went for colourful creations
Coordinated: Grace And Frankie stars Jane Fonda (left, in Yves Saint Laurent Couture) and Lily Tomlin (in Mark Zunino) both matched their clutch bags to their head-turning gowns
But not everyone was following the trend of floor-length gowns, with Orange Is The New Black's Taylor Schilling and Transparent star Judith Light instead sporting trouser suits.
Meanwhile, presenters Jaimie Alexander and Sophia Bush made sure they got noticed in sexy low-cut gowns.
Jaimie was feeling daring and picked a shimmering green dress by Genny, with a neckline that plunged almost all the way to her belly button, while Sophia kept things slightly more reserved in a slinky black Narciso Rodriguez frock.
Handsome hopefuls: (L-R) Leonardo DiCaprio, Eddie Redmayne and Michael Fassbender competed for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture Drama, with Leo coming out on top
Supportive: Bryan Cranston (L) and Will Smith, who were joined by their respective wives Robin Dearden and Jada Pinkett Smith (in Versace), also competed in the Best Actor in a Drama category
Like a living doll: Malin Akerman was reminiscent of Barbie in her shimmering prom style dress by Reem Acra
Bringing the glamour: Presenters Jaimie Alexander (left, in Genny) and Sophia Bush (in Narciso Rodriguez) wowed on the red carpet
Dazzling: (L-R) Felicity Huffman (in Lorena Sarbu), Regina King (in Krikor Jabotian) and Bryce Dallas Howard (in Jenny Packham) were among the stars picking glitzy gowns for the A-list affair
While Blindspot star Jaimie, 31, sported smoky eye make-up and pale pink lipstick, Chicago P.D. star Sophia, 33, took a different approach with bold red lips and subtle eyeshadow.
Among the first to arrive was Maria Menounos, who kept things simple but stylish in a pretty white fishtail gown.
The 37-year-old flashed some cleavage in the slinky frock, which clung to her slim but curvy figure in all the right places.
A Cinderella story: British actress Lily James, who is currently starring in War And Peace, was show-stopping in a delicate white Marchesa dress
Following in her father's footsteps?: Jamie Foxx's daughter Corinne was in the spotlight as she had the honour of being Miss Golden Globe
On the fringe: Heidi Klum wasn't afraid to take risks for the event, and sported a striking silver number by Marchesa
A true Disney princess: Shake It Up star Zendaya Coleman turned heads in a tired red lace creation by Marchesa
Surprise wins: The Affair's Maura Tierney (left, in Elizabeth Kennedy) and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend's Rachel Bloom (in custom Christian Siriano) both took home gongs in the television category
Sugar and spice: While Leslie Mann (L) wore an ultra-feminine pink tulle gown by Monique Lhuillier, Julia Louis-Dreyfus oozed sex appeal in black lace
Maria styled her long caramel locks in an unusual braided ponytail and finished off her glam look with nude lip gloss and dramatic smoky eye make-up.
Giuliana Rancic, who was covering the red carpet for E!, showcased her stomach in a daring tangerine cut-out Alex Perry dress with dramatic sleeves, and also sported matching lipstick.
The 41-year-old revealed her very slender frame in the frock, and teamed it with gold Manolo Blahnik sandals.
What's so funny?: Jennifer Lawrence giggled her way down the red carpet with director David O. Russell, while Kirsten Dunst cuddled up to her other half Garrett Hedlund
Blue belles: Outfits in various shades of blue were the choice for (L-R) Queen Latifah, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Gaby Hoffmann
Proud papa-to-be: Eddie may have lost to Leonardo in the Best Actor category, but he certainly felt like a winner as he arrived with pregnant wife Hannah Bagshawe
Just the two of us: Mark Ruffalo was joined by wife Sunrise Coigney (L), while Steve Carell brought along wife Nancy
It takes two: Other dynamic duos included (L-R) Terrence Howard and wife Mira, Kevin Hart and girlfriend Eniko Parrish and Patricia Arquette (wearing Paule Ka) and boyfriend Eric White
Going the distance: Sir Patrick Stewart married wife Sunny Ozell (who he is seen with left) in 2013, while J.K. Simmons has been married to Michelle Schumacher for almost 20 years
The Revenant was the big winner of the evening in the drama category, with Leonardo DiCaprio taking home Best Actor, Alejandro González Iñárritu being named Best Director and the film taking home the biggest award of the night - Best Picture.
In the comedy category, The Martian took home Best Picture, with Matt Damon also winning Best Actor.
Meanwhile, Sylvester Stallone won Best Supporting Actor in a Drama for the latest Rocky movie, Creed, and Steve Jobs went home with two gongs - one for Kate Winslet for Best Supporting Actress, and the other for Best Screenplay.
Wedding bells: Rosie Huntington-Whiteley confirmed her engagement to Jason Statham on the red carpet
What a good looking group: Channing Tatum and wife Jenna joined forces with Will Smith and wife Jenna for a photo op
Dance party!: The foursome were thrilled to run into each other on the red carpet
They're gems: (L-R) Lola Kirke, Angela Bassett and Michaela Watkins stood out in their jewel toned creations
Making a statement: Judith Light (L) and Olivia Palermo turned heads for the wrong reasons in their bizarre ensembles
Oh so sparkly: Carly Chaikin (L) and Portia Doubleday wore sequin-covered dresses that grabbed the audience's attention
Elsewhere, Inside Out was named Best Motion Picture - Animated, The Hateful Eight won Best Original Score, Sam Smith's Writing's On The Wall from Spectre took home Best Original Song, and Son Of Saul from Hungary won Best Motion Picture - Foreign Language.
There were a few surprises in the television categories, with Lady Gaga's win, newcomer Rachel Bloom taking home Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy for Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and The Affair's Maura Tierney winning Best Actress in a Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television.
Oscar Isaac won in the male version of the category for Show Me A Hero, while Jon Hamm unsurprisingly won Best Actor in a Drama Series for Mad Men and Christian Slater won a Supporting Actor prize for Mr Robot.
Suave stars: (L-R) Winner Jon Hamm and presenters Jonah Hill and Gerard Butler suited up in tuxedos and bow ties
Dream team: Mr. Robot stars Rami Malek (L) and Christian Slater posed together for a snapshot
Fantastic four: Game Of Thrones writers and producers David Benioff (L) and D. B. Weiss were joined by their wives Amanda Peet (wearing Alexander McQueen) and Andrea Troyer
Ladies in lace: Winner Oscar Isaac was joined by Elvira Lind at the event (L), while Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson brought daughter Simone Alexandra as his plus one
Dapper: (L-R) Andy Samberg, Aziz Ansari and Liev Schreiber were among the many talented names at the ceremony
Anything goes: David Oyelowo (seen left with wife Jennifer) mixed it up when it came to picking his suit, while Ken Jeong (with wife Tran) took a more classic approach
Mozart In The Jungle took home two awards in the form of Best Television Series - Musical or Comedy and Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Comedy, while Mr Robot won in the Drama category and Wolf Hall took home a prize for Best Limited Series.
Meanwhile, Jamie Foxx's daughter Corinne had the honour of being this year's Miss Golden Globe.
The 20 year-old senior at the University of Southern California joins a long line of famous offspring bestowed with the task.
Smart guys: (L-R) Michael B. Jordan, John Krasinski and David Hasselhoff were certainly looking impressive
Sealed with a kiss: Wiz Khalifa gave his mother and plus one Katie 'Peachie' Wimbush a kiss on the cheek
Famous faces: Also in attendance were (L-R) Bryshere Y. Gray, Will Poulter, Jacob Tremblay and Sam Heughan
A fun night: Gael Garcia Bernal (L) won during the evening, while Orlando Bloom was a presenter
Party people: (L-R) Zoe Kazan and Paul Dano, Rob Lowe and Sheryl Berkoff and Chris Tucker and Cynne Simpson made for great twosomes
Joining forces: Quentin Tarantino (L) arrived with Aaron Sorkin, while Patrick Wilson was supported by wife of 10 years Dagmara Dominczyk
Previous honorees include Bruce Willis's daughter Rumer; Kelsey Grammer's daughter Greer; Kevin Bacon's daughter Sosie; Clint Eastwood's daughter Francesca; Bruce Dern's daughter Laura; and Tippi Hedren's daughter Melanie Griffin.
British comedian Ricky Gervais returned as host, taking over duties from Tina Fey and Amy Poehler and not failing to disappoint when it came to shocking the audience. It was his fourth time hosting the ceremony.
The Golden Globe Awards winners are picked by the 93 members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) and recognises excellence in film and television, both domestic and foreign.
You win some, you lose some: The Big Short's Adam McKay (left with wife Shira Piven) lost out in the Best Original Screenplay category, but Sam Smith and Jimmy Napes took home Best Original Song for Spectre's Writing's On The Wall
Capturing the moment: Nominee Alan Cumming snapped a picture of photographers before heading inside for the ceremony
First to arrive: Maria Menounos (right, in Roland Mouret) and Giuliana Rancic (in Alex Perry) led the arrivals at the event, held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel
Dressed to impress: (L-R) Carly Steel (wearing J Mendel), Keltie Knight and Liz Hernandez showed off their hourglass figures in flowing gowns
She's a pro, after all: Jennifer Lopez effortlessly worked the cameras as she made her arrival
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