Latinos in the 2024 Golden Globes red carpet
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MIAMI - The brightest stars of film and television converged under the shimmering lights of the Beverly Hilton Hotel, to celebrate the grand return of the 2024 Golden Globes. The air was electric, with cameras flashing and fans cheering, capturing every moment of this iconic event on the entertainment calendar.

As usual, the Latino stars stole the show with their sartorial choices. Jennifer López, looking spectacular in a pink gown, was her husband, Ben Affleck, plus one, who was nominated in the Best Director category for "Air." Pedro Pascal was sharp as usual in black, even working in an arm brace into the outfit.

Overall, the fashion was mostly on point, with a dominant palette of black, white, and cream, although the smart stars who wanted to be noticed threw in some pops of color. Among them was nominee Selena Gomez who showed up with a gorgeous and fresh red dress.

Her bestie Taylor Swift also surprised, looking gorgeous in a glittery apple green dress.

Black at the Golden Globes

Nobody can deny that black is a flattering color, but it has somehow been absent from the red carpet in the last few years. Not at the 2024 Golden Globes. Stars like Dua Lipa, "The Bear" Liza Colón-Zayas, and one of the few Latino nominees, Colman Domingo, showed up at the Beverly Hilton dressed very stylishly in black

Dua Lipa

Liza Colón-Zayas

Colman Domingo

Rosamund Pike

Jeremy Allen White sans Rosalía

Jennifer Aniston, the queen of the little black dress

Stars in white and cream

Where there is darkness, there is light, so there were also many stars in white and cream at the 2024 Golden Globes. Of course, there was also a mix of black and white.

América Ferrera was a vision in a silvery gray gown. She also rocked her new short bob.

Gillian Anderson

Quinta Brunson

Hunter Schafer from "Euphoria"

Jonathan Bailey

Pom Klementieff from "Mission Imposible"

Gina Torres

Colors and metallics

Natalie Portman

Justin Hartley and Sofía Pernas

Karen Fukura from "The Boys."

Julia Garner

Some stars went for the unexpected

Hey Barbie

Margo Robbie was among the best dressed of the night, faithful to the 'Barbiecore' trend, but she wasn't the only one in pink.

Jennifer Lopez was there to support Affleck, but she was also there to promote her new album. She announced that her first single will come out next week.

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