Best actress in a dramatic film winner (for The Hours) Nicole Kidman is the picture of elegance in a flamenco-inspired, pearl-gray strapless gown that accentuates her shapely shoulders and shows off a flash of well-toned leg.
ALL THAT JAZZ
Golden Globe winner (for best actress in a musical or comedy film) Renée Zellweger helped revive the movie musical with her performance in Chicago, and she does the same for classic Hollywood glamor in this black number. The off-the-shoulder collar, shimmering button and velvet-on-satin pattern drape perfectly on her svelte figure, and she keeps the jewelry simple but sparkling.
Crossing Jordan's Jill Hennessy took a red-carpet risk in this flowing, cocoa-brown gown, and it worked. The airy chiffon layered skirt, sparkling top and festive flower look beautiful on her slim figure and set off her dark coloring. Tasty!
Nominee Jennifer Garner (for best actress in a drama series) kicks plenty of villainous butt on TV's Alias, and she looks pretty fierce on the Globes red carpet as well. She shows off her toned physique in a simply elegant, figure-flattering black gown with a gathered skirt and matching wrap.
AM I BLUE?
Queen Latifah, a nominee for best supporting actress in a musical or comedy film for her role in Chicago, lights up the red carpet in a sexy baby-blue ensemble. The simple tied jacket is the perfect topper for the sparkling straight skirt, and her jazzy jewelry adds just the right pizzazz. Bravo!
LIKE A PRINCESS
Anne Hathaway, one of Teen People's 25 Hottest Under 25 last year and star of 2001's The Princess Diaries, has every reason to smile. The Brooklyn, N.Y.-born actress brightens up the red carpet in a flowing, sparkling pink-and-gold chiffon dress festooned with flowers. Her latest film, Nicholas Nickleby, is nominated for best picture, musical or comedy.
SEXY & STYLISH
The West Wing's Allison Janney (a nominee for best actress in a dramatic TV series) spices up a sultry tuxedo-style outfit with a splashy floral cummerbund, flowing sleeves and a low cut that sets off her graceful neck.
She steamed up the screen in 2002's Unfaithful (for which she is nominated as best actress in a dramatic film), and Diane Lane keeps up the sex appeal in an elegant, form-fitting black Donna Karan strapless gown. Her simple jewelry and makeup allow her dress and enviable figure to take center stage.
Sex and the City's Kim Cattrall is hot, hot, hot on the Globes' red carpet. The nominee (for best supporting actress in a series, miniseries or made-for-TV movie) keeps the focus on her glamorous, bright red, decolletage-baring gown with simple, sparkling accessories.
SHE'S ALL THAT
Marisa Tomei rarely disappoints when it comes to red-carpet glamor, and this year's Globes are no exception. The actress (and Golden Globes presenter) dazzles in a full-length black satin gown that features a fashionable front-twisted halter top.
LADY IN RED
Best actress nominee Salma Hayek (for playing the title role in the dramatic film Frida) is a traffic stopper in a fire-engine red gown that shows off her curvy figure and sets off her olive complexion. Matching red lips and a simple 'do cap off this hot yet elegant look.
Best supporting actress in a motion picture nominee Susan Sarandon (for Igby Goes Down) makes the most of her shapely figure and auburn curls in this daring, sexy red dress that hits the fashion mark. The halter top and low cut show off her decolletage, while the bodice's gathers and crisscross straps accentuate her slim waist. The flowing skirt is feminine and fabulous.