This year, many of the celebrities will be wearing black at the ceremony to support the Time’s Up protest which raises awareness against sexual harassment and inequality for women in the workplace.
And so far, most of the famous stars at the ceremony have decided to opt to wear black, including many male actors.
Claire Foy has already arrived at the bash and looked as chic as always in a tailored pantsuit boasting a plunging design.
The Crown actress attended the event with her co-star Matt Smith who looked extremely dapper in a black tux.
Elsewhere, Catherine Zeta-Jones wowed onlookers in a semi-sheer frock which featured a perilously low neckline.
Jessica Biel also decided to wear see-through fabric as she stunned in a strapless garment which teased her décolletage.
Keeping with the colour theme, Fifty Shades of Grey star Dakota Johnson showcased her incredible figure in a stunning floor-length number.
Only a few famous faces have dared to go against the movement with actress Blanca Blanco flashing the flesh in a slit red gown.
Barbara Meier also would have stood out of the crowd as she wore an extravagant layered nude-coloured dress to the ceremony.
Seth Meyers will be hosting the politically-charged show which is being held in Los Angeles.
Published at Sun, 07 Jan 2018 23:21:00 +0000