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How right were our Oscars 2018 celebrity guesses?


16 January 2018

Predicting which celebrities will shine on the red carpet is always something of a guessing game. Occasionally we know in advance what a given actress might be wearing, but usually we just have to wait and see – which, after all, is what makes it fun to tune in! But given that we always enjoy Best Dressed Celebrities at the Oscars 2017 once the show is over, it can be worthwhile to give some thought to who may show up looking sharpest as well. 

These are some of our best guesses for the 2018 Golden Globes.

Michelle Williams

Michelle Williams is one of the mainstays at major award shows of late, thanks to an impressive run in film. Last season she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress at the Oscars for her work in Manchester By The Sea, and this year she’s up for a Golden Globe (and possibly an Oscar as well) for her part in All The Money In The World. This film has become one of the more interesting stories of the season, given that it was nearly derailed by one of the #MeToo scandals that have rocked celebrity culture of late. Yet when Kevin Spacey, who’s been accused of misconduct, was replaced by Christopher Plummer, the film was able to wrap up, and now appears to be under consideration as one of the best of the year! Williams is a big part of its success, and should be prominent on the red carpet, where she’s always made an impact. Her black-and-white (and lightly bejeweled) Louis Vuitton was one of the 2017 Oscars’ most stylish looks. 

Margot Robbie

Margot Robbie may be the most stunning woman in Hollywood these days, and she’ll likely live up to the reputation at the Golden Globes. Robbie was involved in major award talk after her breakthrough in "The Wolf of Wall Street", but she’s gaining her first major acclaim as an individual after starring in "I, Tonya". Robbie has been called the perfect choice for the role, in which she takes on an edgy, controversial persona. She’ll be more refined on the red carpet, however, where she has always turned heads. Her gold snakeskin at the 2016 Oscars made headlines, and her white Gucci gown at the 2014 Globes had her looking like a Greek goddess.

Rachel Brosnahan

Rachel Brosnahan is known to most because of her role in "House Of Cards", in which she was one of the main recurring characters for a few seasons. Now, she’s at the center of the Amazon comedy "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel", and is up for Best Performance by an Actress in a TV series (in the drama category). This show emerged late in the year, and as Vogue put it, in the simplest possible terms, Amazon’s got a hit. It’s become the smash new show of the year, and could just have the momentum to win a few major awards at the Globes. Brosnahan is more of an unknown on the red carpet, though she had a lovely black-and-brown look at the 2015 Emmys that show’s she’s got some style! 

Sophie Turner & Maisie Williams

"Game Of Thrones" may finally be fading out of the awards season spotlight, but it’s important to remember it’s still the most impactful show on television. It dominates pop culture and will soon inspire a whole range of spinoffs. As one site stated (un-ironically while promoting a video game based on the show), few shows have drawn such a following. "Game Of Thrones" is everywhere, even if shows in their seventh seasons are usually past their Golden Globes heydays. Yet once again, it’s nominated for Best Drama, and that means we should see some of the cast at the show. Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams, who play the sisters Sansa and Arya Stark, have always been a delight on red carpets. Turner’s low-cut Louis Vuitton (in cream and black) was one of the most memorable looks of last year’s show, and Williams’s long yellow gown certainly held its own!

Jessica Biel

Jessica Biel has been somewhat out of the spotlight for a few years, or so it seems. It’ll be nice to have her back given her nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a limited series or motion picture for television (for "The Sinner"). She was absolutely stunning at last year’s Oscars in a shimmering gold Kaufmanfranco gown, and we know that both she and husband Justin Timberlake can make a clear fashion statement any day of the week. Biel could have a big night at the Globes, and she’ll likely look the part of a competitive nominee.