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With a few bright exceptions, this year’s Golden Globes fashion was a full-on snoozefest. The carpet was full of celebs in playing-it-safe neutrals and prom-y ball gowns. The risks weren’t risky; Jennifer Lopez in a naked dress? Quelle surprise! Even Jennifer Lawrence, who usually rocks it, didn’t hit the mark this time. And can we PLEASE call it a day on mermaid gowns? Did I sit on the remote and accidentally change the channel to a Say Yes to the Dress marathon? Ladies, reign in your Ariel fantasies. Time for this trend to die.

Hollywood: I need you to step up your game before the Oscars. You are officially on notice.

Even a ho-hum year like this has its fashion moments. And here they are, my picks for the Best Dressed of the 2013 Golden Globes! (See Kim’s post on the ceremony here.)

Amy Poehler and Tina Fey, obviously

Amy and Tina hosting the Golden Globes

Our hostesses with the most-esses did not disappoint on any level. Their onstage and red carpet looks were sleek and sexy, befitting the queens that they are. Tina accentuated her gorgeous teal sequins and black and white wiggle dress with soft, Lana Turner-esque waves, while Amy went with a classy side knot.

Amy Poehler on the red carpet

My favorite Amy look was her uuuuuber-sexy red carpet suit by Stella McCartney, who designed all of her outfits for the big show. The deep V, the perfectly cropped pant, the sparkly platform sandals. It’s heaven.

Josh Lyman loves her shoes

Tina Fey on the red carpet

Tina was no slouch either in this L’Wren Scott number. The cut makes her body look redonk. And I know Kim is still dreaming about those shoes.

Tina Fey is better than Jesus

Claire Danes

Claire Danes Golden Globes red carpet

A post-baby Claire Danes was looking red hot in Atelier Versace. This showstopper stood out in the crowd of cream, blush, and white. My only complaint is that the bruise-colored eye makeup was laid on a little thick. Good thing her Globe win didn’t make her cry.

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Let’s get right to it.  Tina and Amy KILLED last night.  They looked AMAZING (Stay tuned for Sage’s post about Globes fashion) and they were hysterical without every straying into mean Ricky Gervais territory.  I just love them so much, you guys.  Can they host ALL the awards shows together??

In fact, they were UNDERUSED in the second half of the show which prompted this tweet from Sage: “Can we get an APB on Amy and Tina?”  Why DO Awards Show Hosts tend to vanish in the second half of the show?  Is it a time thing?  An “Oh crap we need to finish this show by 11 and there are SO MANY categories left” thing?  Someone explain it to me please.  But when Amy and Tina DID appear, it was amazing, from dressing up as fake nominees in categories to hanging with superstars during the Comedy Actress category.  But come on, Tina.  You could have hung with someone cooler than Jennifer Lopez.

Way back when we launched Head Over Feels, Sage made a post about picking a new ship for Amy, as news about her divorce had just broken.  Well…sorry Louis C.K., but I have a new winner:

Make this happen, universe.  COULD YOU IMAGINE??

Also, Clooney could eternally GET IT.  To quote Sex and the City, “He’s like a Chanel Suit.  He never goes out of style.”  You want to feel old?  That line was uttered TWELVE YEARS AGO.  And Cloons has only gotten better with age.  He’s number one in my common law top 5.  The EYE CRINKLES.  I cannot.

PS How is he STILL dating Stacy Kiebler??  I seriously thought that was a relationship purely for the red carpet last year.

Also Seth McFarlane, the gauntlet has been thrown down for your Oscar hosting gig.  I have a feeling you won’t live up to Amy and Tina’s flawlessness.  But good luck to you sir.  (Ugh, seriously, I am NOT looking forward to him hosting.  It’s going to be terrible.)

Highlights from the show:

– Jodie Freaking Foster, everyone.  Her speech started loopy (We died over her yelling “I’m 50!!!” SNL style) then veered into a bit of “Fuck you” territory regarding her personal life and much speculated about sexuality and then closed in an incredibly touching retrospective on her career and where she goes from here.  I loved the “But it will be my writing on the wall: Jodie Foster was Here” bit.

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