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NATALIE PORTMAN: DRESSED TO IMPRESS
More power to the flower! The – and best dramatic actress winner – flaunted her baby bump in a pink-and-red Viktor & Rolf gown loved by 49% of you, though 39% also wished it didn’t come with the red petals.
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JUSTIN BIEBER: HAIRY SITUATION
The ditched his normally side-swept swoosh for a more disheveled do at this year’s Golden Globes, but the new look failed to win him any fans with 48% of you voting, “I don’t like him or his hair.”
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HOTTEST NEWCOMER: CHRIS HEMSWORTH
The Aussie import may not be a household name just yet, but the handsome star of Thor had you begging for more with 46% of the vote, narrowly edging out White Collar’s Matt Bomer.
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BRING BACK RICKY
Next year’s nominees, look out! may have called Gervais’s jabs “mean-spirited”, but 68% of you can’t get enough of the sharp-tongued comedian, saying you’d love to see him return for a third hosting stint.
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HELENA BONHAM CARTER: CRAZY GOOD JOB
The King’s Speech star may have invoked her eccentric Harry Potter alter ego Bellatrix Lestrange with her unruly curls, but 72% of you found her floral Vivienne Westwood dress and mismatched red and green pumps “perfect for her.”
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ENVIABLY GREEN: MILA KUNIS
Beating out red carpet all-stars like and , the Vera Wang-clad Black Swan star nabbed 35% of the vote as the star who rocked her emerald-colored dress the best.
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CHRIS COLFER GIVES YOU GLEE
Accepting his first Golden Globe for best supporting actor in a TV series, Colfer, who plays gay teen Kurt Hummel on Glee, dedicated his win to kids who are told they can’t “have what they want because of who they are.” The declaration earned a whopping 80% of your vote for most touching speech.
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PRETTIEST PASTEL: NATALIE PORTMAN
Glee beauty Dianna Agron gave the Black Swan starlet some stiff competition, but pink-and-red Viktor and Rolf gown came out on top, with 36% voting Portman’s pale dress the prettiest of all the pastels.