I’m watching the Golden Globes and can NOT NOT post these pictures! I don’t care if they are posted everywhere, I HAVE TO POST THEM. These women. All in black. Watching them is feelings. And, of course, here are HOITO we celebrate the mature women so we can’t help but notice that our sage ladies in particular are slaying.
Tarana Burke and Michelle Williams (37) – #metoo founder. The one who started it all. Looking fierce. Michelle, always so cute and chic.
Octavia Spencer (47) – THIS DRESS. One of my favorites of the whole night.
Viola Davis (52) – Cutting the sharpest lines with that inky velvet. Living for this.
Tracee Ellis Ross (45) – No secret that we are TER fangirls here and no surprise that once again, she gets it just right.
Debra Messing (49) – Opens the red carpet by calling out her E! interviewer on Catt Sadler’s gender pay disparity dispute.
Catherine Zeta Jones (48) – Slay all day.
Nicole Kidman (50) – I mean. 50?! This dress needed a side view for the crystal encrusted lace dragon wings.
Laura Dern (50) – I think she turned me into a feminist watching the first Jurassic Park. And she called for “restorative justice” in her acceptance speech.
Kerry Washington (40) – Everyone’s red carpet favorite doesn’t disappoint. “The reason we’re here and didn’t just stay home is because we feel we shouldn’t have sit out the night, give up our seats at the table, our voice in this industry because of bad behavior that wasn’t ours.” Yep.
Helen Mirren (72) – She’s everything. Always has been.
Gwendoline Christie (39) – BRIENNE OF TARTH.
- Natalie Portman: “Here are, the all male, nominees.”
- OPRAH: #praisehands – WATCH THE WHOLE THING.
- Sharon Stone and Mariah Carey – JUST WATCH IT. Keep you eyes peeled for the part where they HOLD HANDS.
- NOT old enough for HOITO – Millie Bobby Brown, I so love this look. Samira Wiley, I thought the top part was stuck on? Like HOITO style? It’s not. I don’t think. But it’s still so amazing.
- I, Tonya. So many thoughts on this. I remember as a kid and just getting competitive about sports when this happened. She landed a triple axle and even then I knew no one cared. Why?! I ran XC and the book Little Girls in Pretty Boxes really resonated. Anyway. I was glad she was there.
2018 is hard already. These women are doing the work. We see you.