Kaley Cuoco, Amanda Seyfried & Jane Levy in Oscar de la Renta at the Globes

Kaley Cuoco was nominated last night for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series — Musical or Comedy, which went to Catherine O’Hara. I fail to see how The Flight Attendant was a comedy, but Kaley was phenomenal in it. She had on a gray strapless Oscar de la Renta Gown with chandelier-like clusters of sequins on the skirt. It was gorgeous. I love a big ball gown when the details are understated like this. Yesterday Kaley shared a video to her stories of her husband, Karl Cook, returning home unexpectedly before the Globes. She got really emotional about it and that was cute.

Nominee Amanda Seyfried was also in Oscar de la Renta, in a pink off the shoulder gown with a row of flowers along the bodice and draped down the back. She told Giuliana Rancic that it cheered her up, calling it “vibrant,” “fun” and like spring. I saw her in Mank over the weekend. While that movie was too long and it was hard to care about an alcoholic who was given so many chances, Amanda’s portrayal of Marion Davies was a highlight.

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Jane Levy had on a fishtail Oscar de la Renta with cutouts. The nude underlay gave it a peek-a-boo look. I like the cut of the gown, which was so lovely and flattering. Check out the fifth slide, the video, where the bows at the back are blowing in the wind.

Catherine O’Hara won in Kaley and Jane’s category, for Best Actress in a TV Series, Musical or Comedy. She was in a black and white floral Vera Wang suit. Her husband kept playing her off deadpan and it was funny! Those two were on their during the show when they were supposed to be talking to the other nominees.

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  1. Southern Fried says:

    Amanda wins it for me but I’m such a fan from way back in Big Love.

  2. Elizabeth says:

    Kaley with pizza and cake! Looks good.

    I also disliked Mank, I am just at a point in my life where I can’t get interested in privileged old white men navel-gazing any longer. 🤷🏻‍♀️ I didn’t even finish it, though I love that era in Hollywood. (Or used to.)

    • Darla says:

      Me too! In fact, I barely started it. I think I got maybe 30 minutes in and gave up.

      • hindulovegod says:

        I made it through but also thought Mank was flat and boring. Those sorts of films no longer resonate with me either. So far, my favorite film of this awards season is Sound of Metal. But we’re planning to watch Minari this week.

      • pottymouth pup says:

        I finally watched Sound of Metal yesterday and Riz Ahmed deserves all the awards

      • Esmom says:

        pp, I haven’t watched Sound of Metal yet but it sounds really good. I heard an interview with Riz that was really fascinating. He is clearly highly intelligent and very dedicated to his craft, a real artist.

      • Anne Call says:

        Mank and his wife and Marion Davies were all the same age in real life. That really bothered me-Gary Oldham, a sixty something was playing a 40 something and his female costars were all in their 30’s.

    • Genevieve says:

      This is exactly why when I saw the trailer, I thought: “Nep. I do not care about any of this. Way to showcase nothing new, relevant, creative or even interesting. No modern person needs or wants this.”

    • Sorella says:

      Oh we hated it too, we stopped it and couldn’t watch more than 45 minutes. It’s one of those movies were Hollywood loves all the inside Hollywood stuff but the audience hates it.

  3. Seraphina says:

    Jane Levy’s dress was another stand out IMO. Beautiful pic of the back. Nicely done and she looks so happy.

  4. josephine says:

    I thought Kaley’s dress was gorgeous – it looked a little art deco to me. I do think a slightly different shade would have suited her better, but I still thought it was an incredible dress.

  5. Darla says:

    I love both Kaley and Amanda’s gowns, the third one meh. But the first two are just so beautiful.

  6. dlc says:

    wish I could see the front of Amanda’s dress.

  7. JustMe2 says:

    Weak pile of people in the reflection of Kaleys door

  8. Case says:

    I just hated, HATED Mank. One, I agree with everyone saying I just don’t care about stories about privileged white men. Two, wow, it was so inaccessible. I love Old Hollywood and movies about the movies and barely understood what was happening. Amanda was good in it, but in any other year I think she’d be totally overlooked. It’s just not a strong year for this category, IMO.

  9. Sayrah says:

    Am I blind? I don’t see Amanda seyfried’s pictures

  10. DrSnark says:

    Those first two photos of Kaley Cuoco in the grey dress are just gorgeous. I’m not a fan of her kind of low brow blonde typecasting in BBT and Flight Attendant (and the last photo).

  11. Esmom says:

    I think all three ladies look amazing, both their dresses and their styling. I was trying to figure out what looked so good about Kayley and I realized her eyebrows have improved a ton, they are no longer weirdly plucked.

  12. souperkay says:

    lol at kayley’s bong in the food insta, that picture was staged so how long until she diversifies her big bang money into her own weed strain?

    • tladydrake says:

      I think that’s a bottle of Willett bourbon, or else homegirl needs to change her water!

  13. Mabs A'Mabbin says:

    I didn’t find Flight Attendant comical at all. I liked it. But I certainly wasn’t laughing. In fact I found it sad and depressing.

    • shanaynay says:

      Personally, I think she’s a bad actress. I was never a fan. I thought she was just okay on BBT

  14. Lala11_7 says:

    For me…who LOVES and knows so much about old Hollywood…”Mank” was depressing & boring…which is SHOCKING…considering the talent behind it…


    Amanda as Marion…NAILED IT! And deserves…ALL THE 💐 🌹 🌸

  15. Bella A A says:

    I love all the dresses! Mank was good, but another movie like that was Cat’s Cradle, with Kristin Dunst, who played Marion Davies and she was awesome. The late, great Edward Hermann played Hearst.

  16. smee says:

    I love the flowers around Amanda Seyfried’s shoulders…reminds me of a lei…

  17. L4frimaire says:

    I think everyone looked good in what they were wearing.