If we're REALLY going to discuss crushing on Brits . . . well, that's another topic, for another day.
The night is young, Chris.
Chrissy Teigan's dress is scaring me a bit. Her leg looks like it might make a run for it.
Well, this is true. But it seems like I saw something about a botanist a while ago? Maybe I dreamt it.
Robin Roberts, who is quite good at this sort of thing, appears to be seven feet tall. Or are they only putting really short men next to her?
This is getting a little scary. Is there some sort of Hollywood white-clothing cult that we don't know about?
Have we seen Reese Witherspoon yet? Is she in white?
Yep, she's in white. Good thing we have a COLOR PAGE for tomorrow's paper.
Oh, I liked the ending. They deserved each other.
But I'm aware that many disagree.
Just spotted J.K. Simmons, NOT wearing white, and with a HAT. God bless, J.K.
Well, it's white-adjacent.
I'll arm-wrestle you for it!
Or, you've heard of the TV show "Black-ish"? Felicity Jones' dress is white-ish.
I loved "Gone Girl." Both the book and the movie. Very bummed that Gillian Flynn's very smart screenplay wasn't nominated.
Ladies! No fighting. I shall have to take it, as the tiebreaker.
Here's Reese, being asked about her movie before being asked about her dress. Well done, Robin. "Wild" wasn't my favorite movie of the year, but I thought RW gave a really terrific, honest performance.
Reese is talking about #askhermore, which is a movement encouraging red-carpet interviewers to ask women about their work, rather than their outfits. (Though I'm fine with a quick outfit question, too.)
Wait, were we looking for a dress that isn't white? Here's J-Lo, in a rather precarious sort of fleshy-orangey dress.
I think J-Lo and most people do not have the same taste in dresses.
I will reiterate my No Ponytails On the Red Carpet For Women Over 25 rule.
OK, Lady In Pink Whose Name I Don't Remember, ask Lupita about her work! And Star Wars!