In spite of a mostly remote red carpet and awards show, many stars celebrated the Golden Globes with their common black tie outfit – in spite of enjoying from their living-room.
Other stars weren’t as devoted to the elegant style, with some celebs, such as Jeff Daniels and Jodie Foster, showing up for the ceremony in pyjamas or casual clothing.
For Foster, the start to the start of awards season suggested sitting at home with her spouse Alexandra Hedison and pet dog Ziggy in her pyjamas, while Bryan Cranston exposed that he wouldn’t be dressing up on Instagram ahead of the event since “comfort triumphes”.
” Taking in the ‘Golden Radiance’ at my house. They desire us to dress up for the program tonight, but, when I think about the quandary of fashion or comfort? Comfort triumphes, doesn’t it,” the Breaking Bad star captioned an image of himself enjoying the sunlight barefoot in a pair of shorts.
Daniels also pulled out of a formal night at home, instead choosing to use a plaid t-shirt for his virtual video call into the ceremony, while Jason Sudeikis appeared virtually in a tie-dyed hoodie to accept his Golden World.
On social media, the casual outfits were praised by viewers, with numerous applauding the options to wear comfortable clothes in favour of trendy looks for the virtual show.
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” Yup. jasonsudeikis went casual for # GoldenGlobes tonight. I’m legit wearing the exact same attire right now,” someone tweeted.
Another stated: “The people zooming in fancy suits and gowns are terrific, but the ones in sweatshirts and other casual wear are best.”
” Shout-out to Jason Sudeikis for using a tie color hoodie to the Golden Globes,” someone else wrote. “I indicate it, I find the casual Zoom from home method refreshing.”
Daniels’ appearance specifically prompted amused responses, with one person calling his clothing the “most relatable thing I’ve ever seen”.