Golden Globes 2021: All the Queer and Trans Talent That Still Turned Looks
A global pandemic can't keep the good looks down.
For the first time, the Golden Globes hosted a bicoastal event with setups both in New York and Los Angeles. But In addition to those set ups, the award show went virtual with celebrities Zooming in their appearances. And after about a year of the pandemic, sweatpants just weren't going to cut it any longer. Here are some of our favorite looks from the LGBTQ+ celebrities that got all dolled up for the event.
Levy became the first man to wear a look from the Valentino Haute Couture line. He also took his winning moment to draw attention to the lack of inclusion at the Golden Globes.
She took home a trophy for her portrayal of Margaret Thatcher in The Crown.
\u201cLeft, right, and centre, @GillianA just bombarded us with this #GoldenGlobes look!\u201d— Golden Globe Awards (@Golden Globe Awards) 1614564308
Satchel made history as the first out Golden Globes ambassador.
\u201c.@goldenglobes Ambassador #SatchelLee captured moments before the Awards by @joshuakissi wearing a custom #Gucci matte floral silk gauze gown with embroidered micro crystal stars. #AlessandroMichele #GoldenGlobes\u201d— gucci (@gucci) 1614552645
While Paulson didn't win an award she kicked up a considerable amount of chatter for sporting a cast, indicating she had injured her arm.
The actor-director won a trophy wearing silk pajamas and kissed her wife immediately after being announced.