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Critics' Choice Awards: All the dazzling looks from the red carpet – Sky News,


Take a look at all the best looks from the Critics’ Choice Awards red carpet, including Jennifer Lopez, Zendaya and Billy Porter.

Jennifer Lopez looked stunning in a nude, backless gown  All eyes were on Zendaya, who wore a hot pink molded top and matching skirt  Billy Porter always wows – but this mint green dress might be his best yet  Award winner Phoebe Waller-Bridge opted for a corseted, one-shoulder gown  Anne Hathaway glittered in gold  Fleabag’s ‘hot priest’ Andrew Scott pulled off a perfect red-pink color clash … … as did Booksmart’s Beanie Feldstein  Kate Beckinsale looked glam in shimmering pale pink  Best actress winner Renee Zellweger went for a classic black strapless dress  British star Florence Pugh sparkled in silver  This Is Us actress Susan Kelechi Watson wore a striking gown with sheer paneling  When They See Us star Jharrel Jerome looked dapper ahead of his win  Metallic silver ensured The Act star Joey King stood out  Actress and director Olivia Wilde opted for eye-catching tangerine  Filmmaker Ava DuVernay wowed in a bejeweled full-length gown  Joker director Todd Phillips kept his shades on for his red carpet appearance  Awkwafina brought the sunshine in an elegant canary yellow gown  Kristen Bell stood out in a chartreuse satin jumpsuit  Little Women director Greta Gerwig rocked a dark green velvet trouser suit…  … and Saoirse Ronan, one of the film’s stars, looked stunning in a voluminous rose-patterned gown  Best supporting actress Laura Dern went for a bold orange shade  Charlize Theron paired her metallic dress with a sleek blazer  Game Of Thrones star Gwendoline Christie went for unusual tailoring  Finally, This Is Us star Milo Ventimiglia chose a camel-colored tux  


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