Television stars mingled with Hollywood’s A-list on the red carpet for the 73rd Annual Golden Globe Awards, where many of our favorite Jewish stars were nominated for the Hollywood Foreign Press’s highest honor.
White, red and classic black gowns were the theme of the night, with beading and diamonds adding some much-needed sparkle to the red carpet.
Here are some of our most favorite glamorous looks:
Funny lady Amy Schumer was glowing in a classic black and white gown as she arrived to the event with her sister Kim as her date. Schumer is nominated for “Trainwreck” in the lead actress in a comedy or a musical category.
Schumer and BFF, Jennifer Lawrence, were hilarious when they introduced their nominated movies, “Joy” and “Trainwreck” together.
Jeffrey Tambor, a winner last year for his inspiring role as a transgender Jewish father in “Transparent,” is nominated again this year in the same category.
Get out! “Veep” star, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, was last year’s big winner and was nominated again for lead actress in a television series - musical or comedy.
The Force was strong with Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart.
Liev Schreiber, a nominee for Showtime drama “Ray Donavan,” looks cool and collected on the red carpet.
Maggie Gyllenhaal is a vision in black and gold.
Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin is playful with director Quentin Tarantino.
Rachel Bloom won for her role in “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” and gave the fastest-spoken acceptance speech to start the night off.
Judd Apatow and wife Leslie Mann are all smiles.
“Shameless” star Emmy Rossum, was a lovely lady in red.
Jonah Hill, who made his debut as the bear from “The Revenant,” thanked director Alejandro González Iñárritu for offering a two-year-old bear the role of a lifetime.
Jamie Lee Curtis was a stand-out as Dean Munch on this year’s millennial obsession, “Scream Queens,” earning her a nomination for lead actress in a comedy or musical.
French Sephardi actress, Eva Green, is a nominee tonight for her role on Showtime’s “Penny Dreadful.”
No matter who wins the Golden Globe tonight, the real winner of the red carpet was not even present. Jewelry designer Lorraine Schwartz supplied the baubles for all the starlets and was perhaps the most mentioned name on the red carpet. Diamonds really are a girl’s best friend.
Maia Efrem is the former research editor and assistant to the editor and was also responsible for the Forward’s annual Salary Survey. Previously she served as the editor of Blognik Beat, a blog written by students who emigrated from or have ties to the Former Soviet Union. Maia is a graduate of Hunter College and Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.
Jewish Stars Shine on the Golden Globes Red Carpet