Best and Worst Dressed: Golden Globes 2017

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Tuesday, January 10, 2017 - 4:40pm

Best Dressed: Tracee Ellis Ross (Zuhair Murad Couture)

This year, the "Black-ish" star threw the notion of "dressing her age" out the window, favoring a strapless, crystallized number accented with a ring on each finger. Murad's creation hugged her curves, and its silver-cream colorway made her golden skin appear ethereal. Ellis Ross is living proof that fun and beauty do not have to die when we turn 30.

- Tess Garcia

Worst Dressed: Natalie Portman (Prada)

A giant yellow shift dress … oof. Not a good look IMO. But the true travesty is that hair! Natalie consistently looks chic at all red carpets, but tonight she faltered.

- Tess Tobin

Best Dressed: Ruth Negga (Louis Vuitton)

It takes a special kind of girl to charm LV's Nicolas Ghesquière into making her a one-of-a-kind look. And yet Negga finessed her way to an impeccably-cut sequin ensemble just a week after the New Year. The "Loving" actress' closely-cropped mane complimented her dainty-robot-warrior aura in a way that will never be topped. Brava.

- Tess Garcia

Worst Dressed: Janelle Monáe (Armani Privé)

I was shocked this was Armani. It genuinely looked like her next-door neighbor made it, and the neighbor's 10-year-old daughter whipped out a glue gun and added those spots.

- Tess Tobin

Best Dressed: Evan Rachel Wood (Joseph Altuzzara)

Her suit not only comes as a nice change of pace from the usual dresses on the red carpet, but also has a cool flair to it. The longer length of the jacket, the flared trousers and the bow on the shirt all push the envelope of a traditional suit.

- Naresh Iyengar

Worst Dressed: Karrueche Tran (Dolce & Gabbana)

It screams PROM a little too much.

- Tess Tobin

Best Dressed: Emma Stone (Valentino)

She looks stellar. Maybe even interstellar wearing all those stars.

- Sarah Agnone

Worst Dressed: Carrie Underwood (Iris Serban)

The light pink frock probably intended to be soft and feminine but, unfortunately, just looked like a walking "Cupcake Wars."

- Sarah Agnone

Best Dressed: Donald Glover (Gucci)

In addition to bringing home the award for best performance in a TV show - Musical or Comedy, for a show that was risky to make, Glover took another risk with a brown velvet (!!!) suit that looked terrific, especially when paired with black shoes and a beautifully colored bowtie.

Naresh Iyengar