Lifestyle Style Predict-a-Gown! What Will Globes Stars Wear? Think you can guess what Jennifer, Reese, Drew, and more will bring to the red carpet? We've got our picks – vote for your runway favorites By Melissa Liebling-goldberg Published on January 6, 2010 05:00 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Trending Videos 01 of 24 JENNIFER ANISTON Fernando Allende/Broadimage The is definitely more fab over 40 and loves to flaunt her famously fit figure in simple gowns in understated neutrals. Favorite designers include Burberry Prorsum, Valentino and Chanel. 02 of 24 OUR PREDICTION Courtesy Naeem Khan; Courtesy Donna Karan Aniston could stick to her signature style but shake it up with new designer picks – with either this shimmering pewter Naeem Khan or this draped black Donna Karan. 03 of 24 REESE WITHERSPOON Dave Allocca/Startraks The mixes edgy and sweet like no other star, from her intricate Rodarte gowns to her slim Roland Mouret sheaths. She may be the night’s true style wild card! 04 of 24 OUR PREDICTION Courtesy Marchesa; Courtesy Prabal Gurung Reese could pick a stunning berry column from past favorite Marchesa or champion the cause of talented newcomer Prabal Gurung in this bow-backed crimson gown. 05 of 24 JENNIFER GARNER Dave Allocca/Startraks While the may spend her days dressed down with her impossibly adorable daughters, she is nothing but sheer glamour on the red carpet, thanks to her longtime stylist Rachel Zoe and favorite designer Oscar de la Renta. 06 of 24 OUR PREDICTION Courtesy Oscar de la Renta; Courtesy Temperley London Garner could pick a more daring design from go-to Oscar de la Renta with this off-the-shoulder magenta number, or go classic with an elegant cream gown from Temperley London. 07 of 24 DREW BARRYMORE Gregg DeGuire/PictureGroup Nominated for her role in Grey Gardens, the has favored romantic dresses reminiscent of her role in the film. A longtime supporter of designer John Galliano, she often hits the red carpet in Dior but is never afraid of changing things up. 08 of 24 OUR PREDICTION Chris Moore/Catwalking/Getty; Karl Prouse/Catwalking/Getty Drew could liven up her favorite ballgown silhouette with bold color in this deep purple Bottega Veneta. Or she could stick to retro Dior in this sweet and sexy pink gown. 09 of 24 PENéLOPE CRUZ Dziekan/Retna Nominated for best supporting actress for her turn as a tempestuous mistress in Nine, may have the highest glamour factor on the red carpet. She’s known for her love of elaborate but always chic couture gowns, from Chanel and Versace to McQueen and more. 10 of 24 OUR PREDICTION Pascal Le Segretain/Getty; Theo Wargo/Getty Penélope could pick from her good friend Karl Lagerfeld with this exquisite, tiered Chanel Couture gown or go for standout color in this beautiful fuchsia Marchesa. 11 of 24 SANDRA BULLOCK Steve Granitz/WireImage Is any actress having a better year than ? She’s double-nominated for her roles in The Proposal and The Blind Side. So will she step up her game on the red carpet past her favorite little black dresses with asymmetrical necklines? 12 of 24 OUR PREDICTION Courtesy Donna Karan; Chris Moore/Catwalking/Getty Bullock could be perfectly elegant and chic in this colorblock Donna Karan gown. Or she could indulge her avant-garde side with this sexy, draped Lanvin gown. 13 of 24 FERGIE INF The has taken Hollywood by storm with her sexy and intense performance in Nine – will she steal the red carpet with her signature curve-revealing style as well? 14 of 24 OUR PREDICTION Courtesy Herv L ger; Venturelli/WireImage Fergie could stick to an old favorite – friend Max Azria – in his slinky black Hervé Léger gown with a keyhole or go for all-out star sizzle in a futuristic Versace gown that would reveal her famous toned legs. 15 of 24 JULIA ROBERTS Henry Lamb/Photowire/BEImages Hollywood’s favorite Pretty Woman is a rarity on the red carpet, but when she does appear, she dazzles in classic designs from Armani, Dolce & Gabbana to Valentino. Nominated for her role in Duplicity, she’s definitely a welcome familiar face. 16 of 24 OUR PREDICTION Chris Moore/Catwalking/Getty Julia may as well go with her favorite Armani, considering how stunning his couture Privé collection is. We would love her in this off-the-shoulder cobalt-beaded gown, or she could stick to not-so-basic black in this white-trimmed stunner. 17 of 24 KATE HUDSON Kevin Mazur/WireImage The effervescent has stepped up her style game while promoting Nine, wearing mostly couture confections. 18 of 24 OUR PREDICTION Pascal Le Segretain/Getty; Venturelli/WireImage Kate could pick a sexy yet stylish silhouette with this beaded Chanel Couture gown. Or she could play up her famous boho style with this billowing, candy pink Versace with glam silver accents. 19 of 24 EMILY BLUNT Jamie McCarthy/WireImage The first time best actress nominee for her role in The Young Victoria tends to favor striking sheaths in glittering sequins or interesting patterns – not a little black dress girl in the least! 20 of 24 OUR PREDICTION Heathcliff O'Malley/Catwalking/Getty; Alexander Tamargo/Getty Blunt could rule the red carpet in this regal Indian-inspired Oscar de la Renta gown or pick this sumptuous gold gown from one her go-tos, Carolina Herrera. 21 of 24 MARION COTILLARD Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Nominated for best actress for her delicate and graceful performance in Nine, the French star always bring her Gallic good taste to the red carpet in high-fashion picks from Dior, Elie Saab or Jean Paul Gaultier. 22 of 24 OUR PREDICTION Antonio de Moraes Barros Filho/WireImage; Chris Moore/Catwalking/Getty Marion could stick to recent favorite Elie Saab in this intricate nude gown. Or she could stick to Dior – she is the face of the brand’s Lady Dior purse – in this sumptuous tangerine gown. 23 of 24 NICOLE KIDMAN Peter Kramer/AP The may turn up to support her nominated film Nine, and if she does, she will most likely stick to her handful of favorite designers, including L’Wren Scott, Alexander McQueen and Prada. 24 of 24 OUR PREDICTION Courtesy L'Wren Scott; Nathalie Lagneau/Catwalking/Getty Nicole always looks stunning in L’Wren Scott’s second-skin silhouettes, like this high-slit black gown. Or she could dare to be different in this ombré Givenchy Couture gown.