To continue on with the 2019 award season, many stars stepped out to attend the 24th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards. Instead of strutting their stuff on the traditional red carpet like at last week’s Golden Globes, this season’s favorites walked a blue carpet. Here were a few of my faves
Fresh from her 30th birthday celebration in South Africa and her “NinaChella” birthday bash in LA, Nina Dobrev walked the blue carpet in a red Valentino gown. She was one of the very few who decided to go with such a bold color and I’m not complaining. You can catch Nina starring in the CBS comedy Fam. | Source: Getty Images via Zimbio |
KiKi Layne is a breakout actress of this movie season for her role in the nominated film, If Beale Street Could Talk. She made a big red carpet debut at last week’s Golden Globes and kept it up in a nude Atelier Versace gown. She looked absolutely confident and fierce, and I cannot wait to see more this season. | Source: Getty Images via Zimbio |
Before the This Is Us star presented the Best Song award to Lady Gaga, she walked the blue carpet in a Michael Kors gown. She was among many actresses who chose to wear white for the night. | Source: Getty Images via Zimbio |
As a fan of both Kristen and The Good Place, I’m so happy to see her and the whole cast attend award season this year. Kristen matched the blue carpet in a Cushnie gown and was among the few who actually wore color. Other than The Good Place, I’m pretty excited to see Veronica Mars this year.
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She does it again, looking absolutely beautiful. Continuing her support of Asian designers, she wore a floral gown by Jason Wu. I loved the colors of the dress along with the fact there were pockets! Gemma joined her Crazy Rich Asians cast-mates on stage as they accepted the award for Best Comedy. She was even pictured with Harry Shum Jr. which gave me Charlie and Astrid feels. | Source: Getty Images via Zimbio |
In two weeks, award season continues with the 2019 Screen Actors Guild Awards. See ya then!
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