MARLENE DIETRICH, WHO INVENTED THE GLAMOUR AND OUTRAGEOUSNESS THE GOLDEN GLOBS ASPIRE TO
Wearing maybe the first Afro on a white woman, designed by the great Paramount costumer Travis Banton, singing “Hot Voodoo” in Josef von Sternberg’s BLONDE VENUS (1932)
HOLLYWOOD HIGH SCHOOL NEVER ENDS: THE GOTH GIRL AND THE JOCK
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, our nearest modern day equivalent of Marlene, in the gloriously brazen way she lives her life and canny control of the press which covers it
Greer Garson (above right) gave such a long 1942 Oscar acceptance speech that presenter that presenter Joan Fontaine had to take the weight off on a handy onstage chair.
Sally Hawkins (below) at this year’s Golden Globs upheld that windy British tradition. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)
BEST GOWN, WORST HAIR
Drew Barrymore’s Galliano is divine, but she should have avoided that wind tunnel
NOT SINCE JUDE LAW IN ‘THE TALENTED MR. RIPLEY”….
Have so many men wanted to resemble a star as they now do dreamy James Franco as the dream lover in MILK. Get ready for a barrage of 1970s-style moustaches in an all-out attempt to cop his appeal.
Look, it’s begun already…
Darren Aronofsky showed up at the Globs with this brush, reminding us that on some people it’s more snide than sexy…this look is a harsh mistress, boys!
SOMETIMES THE GLOBS ARE JUST TOO MUCH FOR SOME: JONATHAN RHYS MEYERS HAD TO BE ESCORTED AWAY FROM THE BAR
THE REAL GOLDEN GLOBES
Pia Zadora, who will always represent these awards to me, the winner of Best New Star of the Year (1982) and future occupant of Hollywood’s White House, Pickfair
MARY PICKFORD REACTS TO THE NEWS