Golden Globes 2012 Photo Gallery

Amanda Peet in Marc Jacobs
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Sharon's Globes Gallery

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Viola Davis

Viola Davis
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The Italian fashion house of Emilio Pucci created the bordeaux chiffon one-shoulder gown with a dramatic train just for Viola Davis. Ruby and diamond earrings and a '50s rubellite, diamond, and gold cuff by Fred Leighton and Jimmy Choo shoes completed the Best Actress nominee's look. She also carried a Judith Leiber clutch.

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Viola Davis

Viola Davis
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The Italian fashion house of Emilio Pucci created the bordeaux chiffon one-shoulder gown with a dramatic train just for Viola Davis. Ruby and diamond earrings and a '50s rubellite, diamond, and gold cuff by Fred Leighton and Jimmy Choo shoes completed the Best Actress nominee's look. She also carried a Judith Leiber clutch.

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Mireille Enos

Mireille Enos
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The Killing

star's yellow matte jersey gown by Naeem Khan featured metallic swirl beading, while Neil Lane jewelry, Alexandre Birman shoes, and a Salvatore Ferragamo clutch brought the Best Actress nominee's look together.

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Jessica Alba

Jessica Alba
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"I'm big on a dress that you feel good in and you feel beautiful in... and you won't trip on stage," said Jessica Alba, who was on-hand to present an award for the evening in a pale lavender embroidered Gucci gown, matching Roger Vivier clutch and Bulgari jewelry. "It's nice to get dolled up," she added, noting that her daughter Honor told her she looked like Little Mermaid-out of water.

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Jodie Foster

Jodie Foster
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Best Actress nominee Jodie Foster chose a strapless Mediterranean teal gown by Giorgio Armani, which featured all-over beading, rosettes along the neckline, and a side ruffle along the cinched waist.

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Mila Kunis

Heidi Klum in Calvin Klein
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The new face of Christian Dior picked a single strap black silk and tulle gown by the label and topped off the look with Cartier jewels.

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Dianna Agron

Dianna Agron
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"There are incredible details," the Glee star said of why she chose her red Giles Deacon-designed gown, which featured laser-cut swans on the bodice and tiered skirt. Casadei heels, Fred Leighton earrings, bracelets, and a ring completed her look. "You can't go wrong with Fred Leighton on your wrist," she added.

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Natalie Portman

Natalie Portman
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Last year's Best Actress winner returned to the red carpet in a strapless fuchsia gown with a folded red detail by Lanvin, which she accessorized with diamond Harry Winston bracelets, Jimmy Choo heels and a satin Tiffany & Co. clutch.

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Julianne Moore

Julianne Moore
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Presenter Julianne Moore added some color to her strapless black Chanel gown with a pair of emerald and diamond tassel earrings, a matching emerald ring and a 9-carat cushion-cut diamond ring, all by Fred Leighton.

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Angelina Jolie

Angelina Jolie
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Angelina Jolie

chose a fitted one-shoulder ice-white gown by Atelier Versace. The strawberry foldover trim of her dress matched her bag and lipstick, and a custom pair of Lorraine Schwartz earrings finished off the look for the Best Foreign Film nominee.

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Freida Pinto

Freida Pinto
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"It's fuss-free," presenter Freida Pinto said of her peacock blue strapless silk cloque gown by Prada, which featured a satin belt. A Roger Vivier miniaudiere and Chopard jewelry completed her look, including a bib necklace with 145 carats of yellow diamonds and 1,705 micro-pave diamond stones. "It's really expensive jewelry, which is why I have a guard walking around with me," she added.

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Melissa McCarthy

Melissa McCarthy
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"It's a one-stop shop for me," the Bridesmaids star said of her head-to-toe Badgley Mischka ensemble, which included a gold bag, hunter green gown with gold and gemstone trim, and gold drop earrings. "I've been wanting to wear this color for a while," McCarthy said.

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Shailene Woodley

Shailene Woodley
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The Best Supporting Actress nominee selected an embroidered white illusion column dress by Marchesa. However, her favorite part of her look was hidden underneath: "The shoes are extremely comfortable," Woodley said of her Tabitha Simmons-designed footwear.

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Jessica Chastain

Jessica Chastain
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Best Supporting Actress nominee Jessica Chastain accessorized her embroidered high-neck white Givenchy gown with over $1 million worth of Harry Winston jewelry, including pearl and diamond earrings, a diamond feather ring, and a vintage diamond bracelet. "It was love at first sight, me and this dress," Chastain said.

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Amanda Peet

Amanda Peet in Marc Jacobs
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Amanda Peet

selected a tiered Marc Jacobs dress with a satin waist and trim to walk down the red carpet with husband David Benioff, who wrote the screenplay for the Best Drama-nominated TV show Game of Thrones. She finished the look with a high ponytail, gold Fred Leighton hoop earrings and silver Jimmy Choo sandals.

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