Awkwardddd — We've Definitely Seen These 7 Golden Globes Looks Before


The 2015 Golden Globes have come and gone, and while many of our faves arrived to the GG's red carpet looking all kinds of gorgeous, a few celeb outfits caught our attention for very, um, different reasons.

From beloved Disney cartoons to their own siblings, it wasn't hard to decode where some of the Golden Globes' most famous attendees got style inspiration for their award show looks.

Lana Del Rey and The Little Mermaid

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Lana Del Rey

Does Lana Del Rey wanna be where the people are? Does she wanna see, wanna see them dancing? We only ask because her pleated turquoise Travilla gown looked so "Under The Sea" she could easily be the unofficial eighth daughter of King Triton.

Jemima Kirke and Princess Leia

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Jemima Kirke

The force was clearly with "Girls" star Jemima Kirke last night, and we think Princess Leia would have to agree. Her eclectic vintage-inspired dress from Adam Lippes was memorable, to say the least and had the same white and silver color combo of the iconic ceremonial Star Wars gown.

Jessica Chastain and Jessica Rabbit

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Jessica Chastain

Jessica Chastain's (INCREDIBLE) plunging bronze Versace number might not have been Jessica-Rabbit-red, but her va-va-voom vibes certainly were.

Keira Knightley and Little Bo Peep

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Keira Knightley

Can someone give Keira Knightley an honorary Golden Globe ASAP for her incredible performance as Little Bo Peep on the red carpet? Her Chanel gown may not have been for everyone, but we do have to applaud her for her striking resemblance to the nursery rhyme character.

Lupita Nyong'o and Peter Nyong'o

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Lupita Nyong'

Her royal highness Lupita looked absolutely beautiful in her purple floral Giambattista Valli gown, but what really made us stop in our tracks was the fact she looked like a dead ringer for her brother, Peter, when he was her date at the Oscars last year. Which, duh, because genetics, but still. JUST GIVE ME THIS EXCUSE TO TALK ABOUT HOW CUTE THEY ARE.

Catherine Zeta-Jones and The Dancing Girl Emoji

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Catherine Zeta-Jones

The always-glam Catherine Zeta-Jones looked especially flawless last night in her red gown, but what really took her look to the next level was everyone's realization that she shared an uncanny resemblance to the 'salsa dancing emoji.' 10 points for you, internet.

Jared Leto and Katniss Everdeen

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Jared Leto

We already know he can pull off a fanny pack and 'Holy Guacomole' t-shirt like no other, but Jared Leto's ability to rock the hell out of Katniss' trademark braid is truly what Golden Globes fashion dreams are made of.