Last night’s Golden Globe Awards
held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel
in Beverly Hills, California was memorable for historic wins after long absences (Renee Zelleger
for and Brad Pitt
for after a 16- and 24-year lapse since each last one, respectively) and for notable as speeches (Michelle Williams
about female empowerment, SNL
‘s Kate McKinnon’s
presentation to Ellen DeGeneres
of the Carol Burnett Award
role in making it easier for a lesbian TV star to shine and Joaquin Phoenix
about climate change and the Australian wildfires)
Among the moms featured and “bump watched” before on the blog, Beyonce was nominated for Best Original Song for “Spirit” on The Lion King (and got roasted by a few Twitter for being the only one to not give Phoenix a standing ovation for his win); Christina Applegate for Best Actress in Dead to Me and Nicole Kidman for Big Little Lies and Reese Witherspoon for The Morning Show in the Best Actress in a Television Series-Drama category, and Jennifer Lopez for Best Supporting Actress in Motion Picture for Hustlers.
Fashion was classic and on point.
Jennifer Lopez in Valentino
Scarlett Johannson in Vera Wang
Salma Hayek in Gucci
Rachel Bilson in Brock Collection
Reese Witherspoon in wearing a custom Roland Mouret
Sienna Miller in Gucci
Sofia Vergara in Dolce & Gabbana
Molly Sims in Marchesa
Christina Applegate in Pamella Roland
Charlize Theron in Christian Dior
Kerry Washington in Altuzurra
Veep star and Bellyitch Bumpwatch alum Anna Chlumsky gave birth to her daughter just weeks before she hit Sunday’s Emmy Awards red carpet.
The My Girl alum was nominated for the 4th time for a Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Emmy for her role as Amy Bookheimer and instilled the help of designer Chrisitan Sirano to create a bold look for the award show which took place at the Microsoft Theater on Sunday, September 18.
Her second daughter Clara Elizabeth So was born on Thursday, July 28.
Though she lost the award to SNL‘s Kate McKinnon, she stood out in a crinkly metallic off-the-shoulder gold asymmetric gown with an extended train that she helped design.
“This was a collaboration,” Siriano told PeopleStyle of the gown, one of nine looks he designed for the Emmys. “She really wanted something very vintage. She has a lot of vintage references, like old-school ’40s, ’50s dresses. And she wanted this very weird shape because she just had a baby. So she really, I think, didn’t want to show too much of her body, but still wanted to look cool.”
He told the site that he and Chlumsky expected the dress to generate some criticism.
“I think definitely it was a risk,” he says. “The fabric was a risk. The shape was a risk. But it was cool. People get very scared of what they haven’t seen before. Like, ‘Oh, I hate it,’ or ‘Oh, it’s not working,’ because it’s just new to them. But I think that’s okay. We all knew it was going to be something fun and different and not everybody would get it and that’s okay.”
Chlumsky and husband Shaun So also have a 3-year-old daughter, Penelope Joan.