The Golden Globes are here! The 2019 award show will air on Jan. 6, and while we're sure the fashion will be on-point thanks to style mavens like Lady Gaga, Emma Stone and Nicole Kidman, we're getting a kick out of looking back at the worst looks from past Globes, starting with Lara Flynn Boyle and her ode to ballerinas at the 60th annual show on Jan. 19, 2003. What was the actress thinking when she slipped on this David Cardona costume-like getup?! Sure, stepping on the red carpet is supposed to be fun, but we think you took that notion just a bit too far, girl. Keep reading to see other stars who've rocked cringe-worthy ensembles to the Globes…
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We get it, Beyonce, you're an R&B/pop princess. But did you really have to don a Les Habitudes dress that looked like a costume fit for a Disney character for 2003 Golden Globes?!
Cameron Diaz wore this ill-fitting printed frock to the 56th Annual Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 24, 1999. We love that Cam has always taken chances on the red carpet, but even she looks like she knows she slipped up on this one.
Debra Messing's 2018 Golden Globes look fit in amongst the sea of black ensembles in honor of the #TimesUp movement that year, but if you gave it a closer look, it was pretty puzzling. The beaded cap-sleeved gown portion gave way to a split, showing off a pair of pants underneath. We would have loved to see the look without the skirt — the top and pants would have been an excellent combination!
Goldie Hawn must be hiding her whip behind her back. This bondage-inspired look was just too much on the actress at the 60th Annual Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 19, 2003. But we have to admit, Goldie's body looked hot!
Courtney Love, if you wanted to show off your bosom at the 2000 Golden Globe Awards, you didn't have to tear your Galliano gown to shreds to do it! Though we do love the way the bottom of the dress hangs…
Sarah Jessica Parker wore a wedding dress to the 2017 Golden Globes. No, seriously! The star's dress was from Vera Wang's 2017 bridal collection. We're not sure Carrie Bradshaw would approve, and we don't either.
Renee Zellweger was going for sexy in this sheer-bodice Carolina Herrera dress with a nude bra underneath at the 66th Annual Golden Globes in 2009. Instead, she ended up looking tacky.
What was with Sharon Stone's gothic dominatrix Versace outfit at the Golden Globes in 2003?! We get it, Sharon, you're a sexpot who loves to shock. But it would have been even more shocking — and unexpected — if you'd gone for a subtle look.
Geena Davis kept it sexy in all that lace during the 49th Annual Golden Globes in 1992. But is it just us or does this outfit seem sloppily pieced together? Bodysuit: check. Drape some fabric over the unmentionables: check. Now hurry up and get out the door!
There was a whole lot happening on Jessica Biel's Elie Saab gown at the 2017 Golden Globes — and most of them weren't pretty! The star's dress started with a black top portion with a plunging neckline and belted waist. The bottom was made up of a full skirt complete with a black-and-white print, thigh-high slit and odd 3D appliqués.
We usually adore Sienna Miller's funky fashion choices, but this Easter-ready ensemble she wore to the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards in 2013 was just too candy-coated for us and did nothing for Sienna's foxy figure.
Smokescreen meets wave machine meets tie-dye — goodness, Sarah Michelle Gellar! This over-the-top gown the actress wore to the 69th Annual Golden Globes on Jan. 15, 2012, was a psychedelic eyesore.
We would have loved this white gown that Paula Patton wore to the 71st Annual Globes on Jan. 12, 2014, minus the puffy adornment down the left side. You're not a cake top, lady!
Before she began rocking excellently tailored suits to award shows, Portia de Rossi opted for hideous prom-ready dresses like this one that she donned for the 56th Annual Golden Globes in 1999.
Usually, we can't wait to see what fashionable outfit Diane Kruger will step out in. But at the 67th Annual Golden Globes in 2010, the actress looked like she'd scraped a bunch of gum from under a table to create this layered Christian Lacroix gown.
Sometimes, it's just easier to throw on a suit than go for a gown on a red carpet. But this shiny powder blue number that Queen Latifah paired with blue floral pants at the 60th Annual Golden Globes in 2003 is giving us a headache. Pastel overload!
Diane Keaton is known for her androgynous style, so it's surprising she went for a fluffy skirt here and not a full-on pantsuit during the 2004 Golden Globes. Between the shiny satin gloves, sparkling boots, pearls and high collar, we're not sure which detail we hated most!
Nicole Kidman attempted to channel a '20s flapper in Yves Saint Laurent at the Golden Globes in 2004. From the cheesy headband to the dress that did nothing to accentuate her figure, this was a just a disaster that left her looking like she tried too hard to get noticed.
What was missing from Zoe Saldana's look at the 67th Annual Golden Globes on Jan. 17, 2010? A huge, ridiculously designed old Western hat to go with this excessively layered Louis Vuitton mess.
Heidi Klum channeled the '90s with this oversized choker at the 71st Annual Golden Globes on Jan. 12, 2014. She paired the necklace with a sheer black-and-white Marchesa floral gown that looked fly up top but did nothing to accentuate her bod from the waist down.
Rooney Mara wore a nude Alexander McQueen dress at the 2016 Golden Globe Awards that seriously underwhelmed. It looked messy with so much draped and frayed fabric all over the place, especially for such an elegant event.
We don't know what made Paula Abdul think this too-tight, shredded look would be an appealing choice for the 62nd Annual Golden Globes on Jan. 16, 2005. Could you even breathe in this, Paula?