Cleavage Is In at 2010 Golden Globes
Cleavage is the new purse, apparently. No matter where you looked at the Golden Globes, there were starlets showing off their chests in seriously blatant ways. Everyone from Mariah Carey to Halle Berry got in on the eye-popping act, causing people both on and off the red carpet to wonder whether they were watching The Golden Globes or late-night cable.
At the 1980 Golden Globes, Bette Midler famously cupped her breasts and quoted Joan Crawford saying "I'll show you a pair of Golden Globes." Well, on Sunday night, the ladies of 2010 took her lead, making their own globes the hottest red carpet accessory as they tried to make their breast impression (yup, we went there).
"Between Mariah Carey, Christina Hendricks and Heidi Klum, the awards weren't the only Golden globes on Display," style and beauty expert Nadine Haobsh tells PopEater. "The beauty of gigantic boobs, whether gifted by mother-nature, pregnancy hormones, or the friendly local plastic surgeon, is that they go with absolutely everything. Well, except modesty," the 'Beauty Confidential,' author said.
Klum's post-pregnancy bust was so out there that even Ryan Seacrest had a tough time looking her in the eye while her hubby Seal was standing right there. A bold move, Seacrest -- Seal could whoop you a good one.
"Some really gorgeous hairstyles fell flat last night with all that rain during the Globes red carpet. Thankfully, no one cared because there was nothing else flat about it," said grooming expert Margaret Kelly of Lock & Mane.
Golden Globes 2010 Red Carpet
Mariah Carey played it dowdy in 'Precious' but made up for it with her down to there gown that begged the question: How are those things standing up on their own? Unfortunately bringing her own globes to the event did not score her points with fashion critics.
"If I had to stare at Mariah's two boobs for another second I may have clawed my eyes out. I feel like she let those two puppies out so people wouldn't look at her droopy Jack Daniels eyes," said PopWrap's Ryan Brockington.
"It seems like Mariah Carey wanted to rock her own set of globes on the Golden Globes red carpet this year, and it was a big fashion fail. Not only did it look like she wanted the world to know she upgraded the size of her implants, but she left nothing to the imagination," said style expert Jeannine Morris. "If you have it, flaunt it. Yes, even on a red carpet, but you have to look at cleavage as an accessory, dress appropriately around it and wear it tastefully. Olivia Wilde and Fergie both showed showed off their assets in a respectable fashion."
Some folks made an unsuccessful attempt at covering up their assets. Yes Mo'Nique, we may have cried a little at that acceptance speech, but we are looking at you, and you, and you.
"Monique had those two Christmas hams tucked in that gold wrap dress like she was feeding a family of 20. The only person that could have used a little help in the boob-cessory category was Toni Collette. Her dress was made for cleavage but I feel like she forgot her cutlets in her hotel room," Brockington said.
And 'True Blood' starlet Anna Paquin looked like she left her bra in her hotel room as she let the gals hang low in her sparkling gold gown.
At the end of the day, that's what the Globes are all about, good booze, good fashion and some fun with cleavage. It's why folks call them the unbuttoned Oscars.
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