IT'S time for Hollywood's finest to shine at this year's 74th annual Golden Globe Awards.
Host Jimmy Fallon spent most of Saturday filming a lengthy video for the opening segment, which NBC released a short teaser of on Sunday afternoon. Fallon and the producers have also been grabbing numerous cameos from big names including Justin Timberlake.
"It's going to be colourful, it's going to be musical, it's going to be fun," Fallon said Saturday during a Facebook Live Q & A to promote the Globes.
Security plans are also tighter than ever this year. Beverly Hills police, the FBI, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, and private security contracted by Globes organisers are looking to ward off any potential disruptions at a time of heightened political tensions in the country.
The combination of celebrities, free-flowing champagne, and live TV could make for a charged night if winners decide to weigh in on President-elect Donald Trump or any number of divisive cultural issues.
Lily Collins, daughter of musician Phil Collins, was thrilled to make her return to the Globes, after first attending with her famous dad. The star of Rules Don't Apply told E! she was just excited "Meryl Streep knows my name now. Drop mic, I'm done."
Shane Warne's latest Insta obsession was turning heads in a slinky yellow silk gown and rocking a new cropped bob hair cut. The London-born actress and model cut a sleek form walking the Globes red carpet.
With lots of romantic fashion on the red carpet, Chris Hemsworth proved hew as on trend - boasting about his "hot date," wife Elsa Pataky. The couple rolled the Globes in style, but Pataky told her Instagram followers they were running late.
Sex And The City star Sarah Jessica Parker shared the intimate details of her white silk Golden Globes gown, posting this close up of the dress to Instagram. She explained on the red carpet that her braided hairstyle was inspired by her mother's hair from her wedding day.
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