D10 The San Diego Union-Tribune • Tuesday, January 16, 2007 There’s nothing cheerleadery about The glamorous Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie cement their “Desperate Housewives’ ” Felicity Huffman outshines A post-Ryan Reese Witherspoon takes Hayden Panettiere’s white gown. role as the most beautiful couple in existence. the goddess gown brigade with this jewel-toned stunner. a winning risk in short yellow. 64TH GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS DISHING THE DIVAS T he Golden Globe Awards may be a good party, but this year’s red carpet was one big snooze. Well, except for a few singing actresses trading the bland for some bad. Stars of the screens — big and small — braved the frosty Beverly Hills night in lots of white goddess gowns and tuxes with ties. Nothing great. Nothing bad enough to make us want to text everyone we know. The wild hair on Vanessa Williams was good for a laugh. So was Beyoncé’s glittery mess. And J.Lo, no matter how much you love the “Sound of Music,” curtains are not meant to be worn in real life. Cameron Diaz glammed up her tomboy image in risky white frill. And the young Hayden Panettiere brought some fresh energy to the Grecian look. But this year’s red carpet star was certainly not the clothes. It was stunning Brangelina, looking way too beautiful for a party like this. — NINA GARIN GETTY IMAGES AND ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTOS WHO WAS BEST AND WORST DRESSED? Make your choice after noon today by voting on www.signonsandiego.com SINGING THE BLUES: Beyoncé (left) and Jennifer Lopez hit low notes with these dramatic LOVE IT OR HATE IT: Cameron Diaz (left) and Sienna Miller take some of the night’s few risks gowns. Beyoncé looks more Cher than Diana Ross. And Lopez looks dumpy, not diva. with dramatic dresses. We think the fabulous white gowns break the rules in all the right ways. HAIR DON’TS: From left, Hilary Swank goes for debutante. And Kyra Sedgwick lets her hair run DAPPER LADS: Yes, men were there. From left, Masi Oka from “Heroes” went from dweeb to dash- wild, only not as wild as Vanessa Williams. Wilhelmina Slater would not approve. ing. Josh Holloway kept his “Lost” island appeal. Djimon Hounsou’s sparkle was “Diamond”-free.
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