Emma Stone Really Didn’t Want To Talk About Her Dress Last Night

January 9, 2017 / Posted by:

Emma Stone really didn’t have much to say about that junior prom princess dress when she reached Ryan Seacrest on the red carpet of the Golden Globes last night. The face she’s making in that picture above kind of says all that needs to be said, really. It’s very “Please direct all Worst Dressed lists to my stylist.”

Things got awkward while Emma was talking to E!’s smuggest android around the 2:21 mark below. Ryan asked Emma to tell him about the dress she was wearing, and she returned with a¬†shady nugget.

Well, it’s pink and there are stars on it.” Girl, that dress needed no explanation. I mean, pink? Silver stars on it? Her dress was clearly an homage to Super Star Barbie.


I can see why Emma wasn’t excited to talk about her dress. If I were wearing the struggle version of such an iconic look, I wouldn’t want to talk about it either.¬†Valentino obviously wanted Emma’s dress to look like how faded and tragic many Barbie gowns got after your mom destroyed them in the washing machine with Bleach.

Someone who did bring vintage 80s Barbie glamour was Drew Barrymore. Drew looks like she’s about to push Sammy Jo off the dance floor and embarrass her with a bird-like move she calls The Champagne Crane.

74th Annual Golden Globe Awards - Arrivals

Not everyone can show up a winner. Jessica Biel (or is it Alba?) tried something. I’m not sure what I would call this something. It’s kind of like she told her stylist: “I’m into black, belts, fabric that looks like couch upholstery, flowers, beads, applique, slits, whatever really, I trust you.” And her stylist misheard her and was like “Shit, where am I going to find a dress that random? Better get to work. Hand me the glue gun, I need to make a bird.

74th Annual Golden Globe Awards - Arrivals

Here’s more of the fancy-dressed famous people at the Golden Globes last night. Bonus points go to Natalie Portman, who refuses to break character several months after Jackie finished filming!

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