Let's talk about the fashion!
The girls did not disappoint and were dressed to the nines, some to the tens even (get it!). And it seems that the pink/blush/nude is a trend for these girls, at least for some.
Lea Michele wore her go-to designer for red carpet, Oscar dela Renta.
The pink gown is from the designer's Spring 2011 show.
She, or her stylist, matched the gown with Lorraine Schwartz jewels.
Oh, and one more thing!
'Pigalli' crystal and spike pumps by Christian Loboutin completes the look.
Heather Morris shines in a gold beaded Lorena Sarbu gown with
a satin clutch and Diamond in the Rough jewels.
I adore her look and that it is totally different from her cute cherrios uniform.
Always the sophisticated one, Dianna Agron wore J Mendel gown.
The beige gown features what seems to be pleats and a peplum waist.
Cathy Waterman jewels and a gold Salvatore Ferragamo minaudière finishes her look.
Watch out! Her cups runneth over.
Jessica Rabbit, er, Naya Rivera wore a slinky, sexy,
Douglas Hannant gown in pale pink.
The strapless wonder (because I "wonder" if there'll be wardrobe malfunction) features a rosette detailing on her uhm, chest.
On to other colors, next!
Amber Riley went disco overload in an Oliver Tolentino gown.
The sequins were a tad bit too much but the silhouette is perfection.
Jenna Ushkowitz does away with her usual glee getup of goth ensemble
for a petrol blue gown.
The gown is custom designed by Rebecca Taylor and features
a tiered ruffle skirt accented with a jewel belt.
A little too classic for a young Hollywood girl.
Jessalyn Gilsig, who needs a Glee appearance soon,
wore an eggplant (but seems black in photos) gown by David Meister.
She finishes of the look with a Swarovski gold ‘Midnight’ clutch and Chopard jewels.
Jayma Mays tries old Hollywood and succeeds, in my opinion at least.
She wore an elegant Alberta Ferretti gown and carried a matching clutch.
Never the one to disappoint, Jane Lynch wore a stunning black gown by Ali Rahimi.
The graphite black silk lurex evening gown was embellished lightly with feathers and had a beaded neck detail. A sure winner!
And she did win! She won Best Supporting Actress for TV.
But who stole her trophy? Anyway, on to the other winner.
Chris Colfer won the Best Supporting Actor
and did not get his trophy stolen, natch!
On to some guy fashion. It's all the tux btw.
And we're back to Chris Colfer and his boyish charm this time,
on the red carpet.
Darren Criss' neon pink glasses also made an appearance on the red carpet.
He paired it with a Giorgio Armani shawl collar tuxedo.
Harry Shum Jr. wore a b&w gingham shirt underneath his tux and bow tie.
Giorgio Armani sure made a lot of money, that or he lent a lot his clothes.
Here is Chord Overstreet donning one of his creation.
Mark Salling wore a Simon Spurr suit for the event.
What do you think ladies?
Kevin McHale tries to deviate a little by wearing a polka dotted tux
from Dolce and Gabanna. Great choice!
Congratulations to the cast of Glee!
Not just for looking good but also for winning the
Best Television Series - Comedy two years in a row!
See yah later! I have another Golden Globes post coming up.