Golden Globes In Pictures

Stars of film and TV gathered in Los Angeles on Sunday night for the 76th annual Golden Globes – the first major ceremony of the 2019 awards season.

Here are some of the best photos from the red carpet.

Phoebe Waller Bridge, Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer
Be afraid. In fact, be terrified. Jodie Comer (right), who plays ruthless assassin Villanelle in TV drama Killing Eve, posed with her co-star Sandra Oh (centre) and Phoebe Waller-Bridge, who adapted the series for the small screen
Andy Samberg and Joanna Newsom
Sandra Oh co-hosted the ceremony with Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Andy Samberg, who arrived on the red carpet with wife Joanna Newsom
Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga, who was nominated for best actress (drama) for her role in A Star Is Born, wore a lavender strapless gown with voluminous sleeves
Nicholas Hoult and Olivia Colman
The Favourite stars Nicholas Hoult and Olivia Colman appeared together on the red carpet. Colman went on to win best actress in a comedy or musical
Jamie Lee Curtis
Halloween’s Jamie Lee Curtis broke box office records this year, scoring the biggest opening weekend ever for a film with a female lead actress over 55
Molly Sims, Darren Criss and Heidi Klum
Image captionFlorals were a popular choice on the red carpet – and not just with the women. Left-right: Molly Sims, Darren Criss and Heidi Klum
Golden Globe ambassador Isan Elba (R), actor Idris Elba and his fiance Sabrina Dhowre
Idris Elba (centre) with his daughter Isan (right), one of this year’s Golden Globe ambassadors, and his fiancee Sabrina Dhowre
Emily Blunt, Glenn Close, Janelle Monae, Penelope Cruz
Left-right: Emily Blunt, Glenn Close, Janelle Monae and Penelope Cruz
Jameela Jamil
Jameela Jamil, the British star of The Good Place, looked glamorous on the red carpet, right? You’d never know she was wearing jeans under her dress to protect herself from the cold weather, as she revealed in a video posted on social media en route to the ceremony
Nicole Kidman, Allison Janney and Anne Hathaway
Left-right: Nicole Kidman, Allison Janney and Anne Hathaway
Rosamund Pike
Among the British nominees was Rosamund Pike, for her portrayal of journalist Marie Colvin in A Private War
Gemma Chan (left) and Constance Wu
Gemma Chan (left) and Constance Wu appeared in Crazy Rich Asians – one of the biggest box office hits of the last year – which had two nominations but went home empty-handed
Jim Carrey and Ginger Gonzaga
Jim Carrey was nominated for his role in TV comedy Kidding, in which he stars alongside Ginger Gonzaga
Regina King and Amy Adams
Regina King and Amy Adams were up against each other in two different categories – best supporting film actress and best TV limited series actress. King triumphed in the former for her role in If Beale Street Could Talk
Black Panther director Ryan Coogler with actors Danai Gurira, Michael B Jordan, and Lupita Nyong'o
Black Panther director Ryan Coogler walked the red carpet with some of the film’s stars – Danai Gurira, Michael B Jordan and Lupita Nyong’o
Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk
Bradley Cooper, who directed and appeared in A Star Is Born, made a rare red carpet appearance with his partner, Russian supermodel Irina Shayk
Timothee Chalamet
And here’s one more snap of Timothee Chalamet, rocking the red carpet with a sparkly holster its designer, Louis Vuitton, calls an “embroidered bib”.