Golden Globes 2017: Stars Let You Go Behind The Scenes Before Walking On Red Carpet [PHOTOS]

Zoe Saldana, Julia Louis- Dreyfus and Sofia Vergara
Zoe Saldana, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Sofia Vergara during the Golden Globe Awards 2017. Getty Images

Hours before the Golden Globes, the brightest stars in Hollywood were getting ready for the first event of the Award Season. Some of them began early in the morning with beauty tricks like facials or face masks, relaxing with massages and making sure they looked well-rested, while others just put on their dress, did their hair and makeup and forgot about their diets. Here's a glimpse of what celebrities did before stepping on the first red carpet of the season!

First let’s talk about Sofia Vergara. Although her bit presenting at the Globes was overdone and not funny anymore, we sure admire how the Colombian bombshell looks and the fact that she loves sweets as you can see from her Golden Globes essentials, which included a chocolate bar.

Her golden Zuhair Murad dress sure turned many heads.

Meanwhile, another Latina, Gina Rodríguez, was celebrating her third nomination and fourth season renewal of “Jane The Virgin” while her team was giving the final touches to the actress' look of the night.

Actress Chrissy Metz, from NBC’s "This is Us," was one of the first who posted a video with her crew while they were doing her hair and make up. Later, she showed up in a purple velvet creation by Nathan Paul. 

Drew Barrymore shared one of her secrets to always look on point. The Actress posted this lovely picture while wearing a mask saying "First it’s like this."

Then, she showed up at the gala wearing $2.5 million worth of jewelry and a gorgeous Monique Lhuillier gown.

One of our favorite funny people, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, was really confident and posted her face mask photo.

Then, the "Veep" star walked out her hotel room looking like this:

Other artists like Zoe Saldana, Anna Kendrick, Sarah Jessica Parker and Amy Schumer posted their own personal photos and videos.


 

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