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Golden Globes: What The Hot Mommas Were Wearing

59313791What did Hollywood’s hot mammas wear to this years Golden Globes? The dresses ran the gamut from sexy to classy to best dressed and worst dressed. Check out what some of our favorite celebrity moms wore to the awards!

(at left – Jennifer Garner wears Versace)


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Halle Berry stunned (as always) in this Kaufman Franco cut out black gown.  

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Amy Poehler wore a bright red dress by Jay Godfrey, jewelry by Chopard, and a Judith Leiber clutch. And bonus points for donating the dress to charity!

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Even though her date for the evening was the designer Tom Ford (who directed her recently) Jullianne Moore wore a dress by Balenciaga.

59315086Christina Aguilera wore a body hugging dress by Versace.

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Maggie Gyllenhaal went for pastel pretty in this RM by Roland Mouret “Sirens” mermaid gown.

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Vera Farmiga wore a fish tail style black dress by Dolce & Gabbana.

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Tina Fey went with a retro vibe with her Zac Posen tea length gown.

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Julia Roberts wore a vintage Yves Saint Laurent dress and total statement piece with the Van Cleef & Arpels necklace.

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Kate Hudson wowed in white (many critics pick for best dressed wore a white architectial dress by Marchesa.

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Kate Hudson’s may be on the best dressed list but the fashionista Heidi Klum is ending up on the worst dressed with her choice of the Roberto Cavalli off white gown.

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Glittery and golden (and a Golden Globe winner too) Toni Collette wore a heavily beaded gown by Elie Saab.

Nicole Kidman

Nicole Kidman wore a blush fleshy and very old school Hollywood looking Nina Ricci gown.

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