Some of the biggest names in the business celebrated at the InStyle and Warner Bros. Golden Globe Awards after-party last night, where we asked our celebrity guests just who had them starstruck during the festivities.
Rita Ora was quick to reply: "I'm in awe of Jennifer Lopez. Seeing her in real life was the highlight for me tonight," Ora tells InStyle. "She's the most beautiful thing I've ever seen. She's even more beautiful in person. I have no words. She looked freaking incredible." We concur!
Who else had Hollywood's finest super excited at the Golden Globes? Check it out below:
Lorde:"I keep seeing people from TV shows that I really like, and it's kind of blowing my mind because I've told myself that they're real and that they exist. I saw someone from The Good Wife, and I was very excited. Part of me is kind of scared to meet people I really love because I don't want them to think I'm a psychopath, but I really want to meet Patti Smith. I love her."
Emily Ratajkowski:"I loved seeing Prince. That just blew me away. I’m a huge fan. I’d seen him once in person before, and I almost passed out. Prince is definitely on the list."
Abigail Spencer:"It happened on Saturday night, actually. I met the entire cast of The Knick, and I’m obsessed with that show. I met Clive Owen, Andre Holland, Juliet Rylance, and Eve Hewson. I’m so in awe of their work, and I love the show. It was really hilarious. I was like the creepy girl in the corner saying, 'Hi, I love your show.'"
Jamie Chung:"I ran into Meryl Streep, and I literally could not speak. And Bryan is quite cozy with her. She played his mother in the movie, Prime. So he said, 'I want you to meet my fiancé,' and he brought me over and I couldn’t really say anything. Nothing really came out. She’s such a normal person, and yet I was super blown away. She’s my idol."
Alessandra Ambrosio:"Patricia Arquette. I think she's amazing. I just saw Boyhood, and I thought that movie was incredible. Patricia has definitely been one of my favorite actresses for a long time. She's so inspiring, her role in the movie was incredible."
David Oyelowo:"I was completely knocked out by Meryl Streep even knowing who I was. Feeling that she needed to meet me and having seen Selma, and just being so nice about it. That was the highlight of my night, I have to say."
Greer Grammer:"I’d say the highlight for me and when I was most starstruck was probably touching Meryl Streep."
Natalie Dormer:"This is a room full of people that I really look up to so much. So it was exciting. I was really excited for Eddie Redmayne to win, he’s fantastic. I’m a huge fan of his, so that was very exciting."
—With reporting by Scott Huver and Brianna Deutsch