Although this year's red carpet at the Golden Globes was taken over by the Fiji Water Girl who strategically positioned herself in the frame behind and beside many of the night's stars, overshadowing them with her not-so-innocent smile. However, there were still some actual actors and directors who made an impression. Here are a few of them:

There is, of course, Halle Berry, who looked her usual not-a-day-over-29 self in a lacy, red dress by Zuhair Murad. She was at the Globes to present an award with Lena Waithe.

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Taraji P. Henson was there too, and apparently had a bit of a rough night, losing (and later finding) her wedding ring and permanently losing her jacket (on her Instagram story she writes, "I guess my jacket grew legs...wasn't in the lost and found"). She shared a table with the mogul Tyler Perry.

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Lady Gaga won best song for "Shallow," the same award that the original version of A Star is Born won in the 30s. She also chose a Valentino dress that echoed the one worn by Judy Garland way-back-when. 

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Also on the throwback tip was the one and only Sandra Oh, who won best actress in a TV Drama for Killing Eve and wore a timeless, ivory Versace dress upon her arrival but later changed into this shiny-armed Stella McCartney gown:

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Janelle Monae also channelled a different era, or two. She wore a Chanel tweed dress à-la-1920s and an ancient looking gold thing on her head:

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Although every came out with bells on, nobody was dressed to impress quite as much as Billy Porter, who gave new meaning to the song "Gucci Gang," wearing the designer head-to-toe, including a pair of velvet, heeled slippers. He didn't win the Golden Globe, but he definitely wins best dressed.

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