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Looking for more celebrity and entertainment news? Sign up for Yahoo Lifestyle Canada’s newsletter! While it's true that the 2021 Golden Globe Awards may be unlike previous years, that won't stop celebrities from enjoying this year's festivities any way they can. Eva Longoria used Sunday night's virtual awards show as the perfect excuse to reminisce about ceremonies past, and brought her fans along for the ride. ALSO SEE: Rihanna says this $42 cream is her 'top secret weapon' for fighting dark and puffy undereye bags The 45-year-old got into the red carpet spirit by sharing a collection of her favourite Golden Globe fashion moments with her eight million Instagram followers. Her series of images spanned from her most recent appearance in 2018, way back to a stunning ensemble from 2009. She also shouted out three important members of her glam squad who helped make the looks happen, including hair stylist Ken Paves, makeup artist Elan Bongiorno and stylist Charlene Roxborough Konsker. Scroll through to see the star's favourite looks for yourself! Let us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @YahooStyleCA! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram and sign up for our newsletter.
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Looking for more celebrity and entertainment news? Sign up for Yahoo Lifestyle Canada’s newsletter! 2021 marks a very bizarre year for the annual Golden Globes, courtesy of COVID-19. The 78th Golden Globe Awards this Sun. Feb. 28 will be the first time ever that our favourite Hollywood stars won’t get the chance to turn heads on the red carpet before a magical, star-studded evening celebrating the best in television and film. ALSO SEE: How to stream these 15 Golden Globe-nominated movies ahead of 2021's awards show While we won’t have a chance this year to judge luxury gowns that probably cost more than anything we own from the comfort of our living rooms, we can take this opportunity to look back on some of the most memorable Golden Globes red carpet looks from previous years. From fashion hits to mega fails, feast your eyes on the best and worst Golden Globes dresses to ever walk the red carpet — in our not-so-humble opinion, of course. Let us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @YahooStyleCA! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram and sign up for our newsletter.
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