E!’s Jameela Jamil “Insult” at the Golden Globes 2019 Was Actually Genius

Fans of NBC’s The Good Place were sure to recognize Jameela Jamil as she walked the red carpet at the 2019 Golden Globes. But those not familiar with the actor — who plays the name-dropping socialite Tahani Al-Jamil on the hit comedy — might not have noticed an inside joke during E!’s coverage of the awards show, in which the network flubbed Jameela’s name in the best way possible.

As Jameela posed for the Golden Globes cameras, a lower third introducing the actor popped up on E!’s broadcast. But instead of having her name, Jameela Jamil, it read “Kamilah Al-Jamil.” Fans of The Good Place instantly recognized it as her character’s sister’s name. Some might have thought that it was a multi-level mistake (not only getting the actor’s name wrong but also her character’s), but it seems to have just been a reference to how much Jameela’s character Tahani detests her sibling on the series.

In fact, it’s Tahani’s constant competition and comparison to her sister Kamilah (played by Rebecca Hazlewood) that helps land her in the Bad Place. Hell, she even originally died at an event for Kamilah. Walking the red carpet at a glamorous event only to get called her sister’s name is something that would exactly happen to Tahani, so that’s why this moment with Jameela is so fitting.

The Good Place fans were quick to point out the inside joke on Twitter. As one person wrote on Twitter, “That’s her character’s sister’s name, which Tahani would HAAAAATE, and that could not be more perfect for an episode of The Good Place except that it was real life and you know someone at E was SCREEEEAMING.” Netflix also commented on the joke: “Give #TheGoodPlace fan who works at E! one billion dollars for this savage insult on a shot of Jameela Jamil that would ENRAGE Tahani.”

Even the official Twitter account for The Good Place chimed in, writing, “TAHANI FOUND DEAD.”

Jameela has yet to post online a reaction to being called Kamilah, but we can’t wait to see what her feelings are on the entire situation. And for whoever made the decision, it’s safe to say that they’ll likely end up in the Good Place for this hilarious deed.

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Lady Gaga’s Golden Globes 2019 Look Is a Throwback to Judy Garland’s *A Star Is Born*

Lady Gaga‘s A Star Is Born promotional tour has now entered award show season—and, not to sound too cheesy, but a star has been born. For the 2019 Golden Globes, the first big ceremony of the year and her first big nominations (Best Drama Actress and Best Original Song), Mother Monster arrived on the red carpet wearing a stunning Valentino Haute Couture gown, complete with balloon sleeves and an extra-long train. She even matched her hair to the lavender fabric, making her look the perfect blend of pop-star Gaga and Old Hollywood glam.

But really, this look is old A Star Is Born glam. You see, Gaga’s Golden Globes look bears a striking resemblance to a dress Judy Garland wore in the 1954 version of the film.

Here’s Gaga’s Italian couture version…

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Now, check out Garland’s.

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See the similarities? First, there’s the color; then, there are the sleeves. Gaga’s dress is a bit lighter and more dramatic, but the parallels are definitely there—and, if I know anything about Gaga, probably intentional.

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It’s been a really exciting few months for Gaga: Her performance in A Star Is Born was widely praised by critics and fans alike; she’s also nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award, and is expected to score some Oscar nods, as well. The pop singer also just kicked off her Las Vegas residency, Engima, which is an odyssey through her biggest hits, including (spoiler alert) “Just Dance,” “Poker Face,” “Bad Romance,” “Born This Way,” and “Paparazzi.”

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This Golden Globes dress, meanwhile, has officially sent me off the deep end. Watch as I dive in.

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The Hair and Makeup Looks Everyone Will Be Talking About From the 2019 Golden Globes

Oh, red carpet glamour, we’ve missed you! After the annual lull that is the holidays, awards season finally arrived tonight to bring some glitz and great hair inspiration back to our feeds. We’re talking, of course, about the 2019 Golden Globes, which as the first major event of the awards circuit, always sets the tone for the upcoming hair and makeup looks we’ll be seeing between now and the Oscars. (You know your newfound obsession with hair bows? You can thank last year’s Golden Globes for reinvigorating their return.) If we’re being honest, in many ways, the Globes are our favorite red carpet of the year because they’re less uptight and formal. (Yup, it’s the show where everyone is allowed to drink.) What this usually means is that hair and makeup pros are more likely to push the envelope with the looks they create.

This year, we’re happy to report we had a few full-fledged yasss moments: Sandra Oh’s old-Hollywood curls, Chrissy Metz’s red lipstick, and Camila Belle’s lime green eyeshadow. Scroll on for all our favorite looks from the night. We’ll be adding to the list as more stars arrive.

Amber Heard Is Really Sick of the Dumb Blonde Cliché

Even if you haven’t seen Aquaman, Amber Heard‘s latest movie, you’ve definitely seen her name in the headlines lately. The actress has been making the news in her other role as a political activist. Of course, political activism is ever more inextricable from women’s activism, and Heard’s been using her voice there too, from making domestic violence PSAs to writing powerfully about sexual violence—and the anger she faced as a result of speaking up about it.

In that vein, #OwningIt might be a rallying crying ready for Twitter, but it’s also part of a new campaign from L’Oréal Paris, which Heard is a global ambassador for. (Her commercial airs for the first time tonight during the Golden Globes.) Glamour spoke with Heard about activism, her wishes for what needs to change in Hollywood, and the joys of truly “owning it,” whether it’s in your work, life, or image. Because if anyone proves you can care about beauty, hair care, and the political issues that matter most to women—that these things aren’t mutually exclusive—it’s the very blond and very vocal Heard. Ahead, she answers our Big Beauty Questions.

Glamour: Your new campaign is all about “owning it.” Tell us about a time where you really felt like you embodied the phrase.

Amber Heard: I’ve gone through times in my life where I was dying my hair a different color in order to alter or control others’ perceptions of who I was—and knowing that being a blond came with its own caveat, there have been times in my life where I’ve had to weigh out the meaning. As I get older, I feel more and more aligned with owning my hair color, no matter what color it is. It feels less as though I’m trying to carry around others’ expectations—or my expectations of others’ impressions of me—based on my physical appearance, and instead I’m truly owning my own color, and whatever I want that color to be. Especially recently, I have felt more and more proud of it, and proud to be me.

Glamour: In 2018, women really owned it—in so many senses of the phrase. What do you hope to see women doing more of in 2019?

AH: Well, for me especially, being able to help other people give back, being able to lend a voice to those who might not have one, or fight for justice where it’s not found or it’s being threatened—that is its own invaluable reward. And in my case, I feel so lucky in this moment to have a platform and to lend a hand and a voice. But the truth is, anybody can make a difference, no matter how big or small the effort. Especially now, the power is in our hands, and we’ve seen the effects of that reality really unfold in the last year and a half or so.

Glamour: What’s your favorite thing about being a blond?

AH: Well, you know, it’s me—I guess that’s what it is. Hair color isn’t who you are, but part of who I am is blond. Your hair color doesn’t make you one way or another—any more than a piece of makeup or jewelry or wardrobe makes you, in the same way that those things can be seen as tools to help you actualize how you act, or how you dress, or who you are, or how you feel like being. These tools can be incredibly empowering. While I’ve been bald or changed my hair all different colors, my blond is my own, and it feels like me.

Glamour: What do you do to keep your hair in such great shape?

AH: I put it through a lot, with the coloring and styling. But on my off days, I like to give it a break. Or I’ll leave a deep conditioner in if I have glam in the morning. There’s a L’Oréal Rapid Reviver Deep Conditioner that has the power of a leave-in, but it washes out just like that in a minute. It can easily fit into your life; you can easily incorporate it into your routine—you don’t need to change your process.

Glamour: What’s your favorite way to take a moment for yourself?

AH: Reading. Poetry. I love poetry. It’s truly a selfish exercise. I couldn’t recommend it more.

Glamour: What’s one beauty rule you swear by?

AH: It’s less of a rule, but you know what I will say? It’s time for all the clichés about blonds to step aside. It’s time to retire stereotypes about blonds—or any woman’s hair color for that matter.

Glamour: What country gives you the most beauty inspiration?

AH: I mean, maybe this is cliché, but French women are incredibly chic. There’s something I really appreciate and identify with in the simplicity of their approach. It’s an elegant simplicity. I try to do that with my look when I can, in real life and on the carpet.

Glamour: If you were stuck on a desert island, what three skin care products would you want with you?

AH: Well, no matter where I am or what I’m doing, I always wash my face. I never miss washing my face. That’s a must for me, whether I’m in a hotel halfway across the world or my own bathroom before bed. And when I wake up it’s a must. I use the L’Oréal Paris Pure Sugar Facial Scrub—it’s awesome. And I’m also really loving the L’Oreal Paris Revitalift Derm Intensives Vitamin C Facial Treatment. Dermatologists are constantly preaching the benefits you get from Vitamin C in skin care, so I try to work that in as much as I can. And then of course, SPF, baby!

Glamour: Screw, Marry, Kill: mascara, lipstick, highlighter.

AH: I’d marry lipstick, screw mascara, and kill highlighter.

Glamour: What’s the last Instagram rabbit hole you went down?

AH: Baby drag queens! These amazing, beautiful, sparkly little human queens are not even pre-school age.

Glamour: What’s your beauty mantra?

AH: Be yourself. And find who you are and own it.

Glamour: You have $20 and free roam of a drugstore. What do you buy?

AH: L’Oréal Paris Rouge. It’s got so much pigment in it. If you have $20, and you have one thing you want to buy, that red lipstick fixes everything. And if you have anything leftover, I would go to the snacks.

Glamour: What women are you most inspired by right now?

AH: Well, that’s what’s so exciting about being alive right now and being active socially right now. There are so many incredible groundbreakers, rule-breakers, and game-changers who are shaking things up from the ground up. And at the forefront, I’ve found the most impactful and inspiring people have been women. It’s an incredibly exciting time. It’s no longer about celebrities and public speakers or well-known activists: It’s the Tarana Burkes, the Emma Gonzalezes; it’s Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the Paula Mendozas, Symone Sanders—those women that are on the ground doing things. They are incredible forces of nature. And there are also celebrities doing things, like Andie MacDowell, Shohreh Aghdashloo…

Also, this is very obvious but very true: shout out to my mom. That is who started this whole thing. I’d be nowhere if it weren’t for me having learned how to admire and adopt a role model. And my mother is the one who established that role model for me.

Glamour: If you could change one thing about the perception of beauty in Hollywood what would that be?

AH: That external beauty should be valued behind someone’s confidence, sense of self-worth, talent, or inner beauty.

This interview has been edited and condensed.

Golden Globes 2019: Everything to Know About Chrissy Metz’s Custom Tanya Taylor Gown

The Golden Globes always kick off the year with some major fashion moments. One of the favorite looks of the night happened to come courtesy of one of our favorites, Chrissy Metz. The This Is Us actress stepped out in a custom creation from designer Tanya Taylor. The sweeping red gown featured voluminous puff sleeves embellished with over a thousand crystals. And Glamour got some exclusive insight into how this epic dress came together.

The process of creating Metz’s Golden Globes gown began two months before the actual event, Taylor tells Glamour. “We love Chrissy in red and wanted to design a dress for her that played with volume, drama, and made her feel incredible,” she says. “I love her décolletage and wanted an open neck to show off her femininity.”

“Because this dress is for the Golden Globes, we wanted the dress to have elements of traditional evening wear, such as an interior corset, crystal embellishment, a ‘train’—however, we wanted to turn those traditions on their head a little,” the designer continues. “The corset isn’t visible, the crystals are red and geometric rather than traditional floral, the train doesn’t actually reach the floor [but rather] floats.”

Metz on the Golden Globes red carpet.

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Her team also had to consider practicality: Metz is presenting at tonight’s ceremony, so her gown had to be “comfortable, functional, and [make] her feel amazing,” Taylor says. “I wanted her to feel confident and bring out her best self. I want all women to feel their best when they wear Tanya Taylor, and for Chrissy, I wanted her to step on stage shining.”

They had two fittings to perfect the garment, which features over 1,200 crystals individually sewn onto the sleeves. “In order to keep the drama, volume, and shape of the sleeves, we reinforced the interior of the sleeves with multiple layers of organza,” Taylor says, adding that they faced the high-low hem of the skirt with horse hair in order to hold its shape.

A detailed look at the hand-sewn crystals on the sleeves of Metz’s Golden Globes gown.

Courtesy of Tanya Taylor.

Metz tells Glamour that she and stylist Penny Lovell “both wanted a statement that speaks for itself while showcasing intricate artistry” for the Golden Globes. “We also wanted a classic gown with a powerful contemporary edge. “

“Tanya has a wonderful way of elevating a fabric into a complete look and theme while creating a wearable piece—that’s very important to me,” Metz says of the designer. The main difference between this look and other Tanya Taylor ones she’s worn, she says, is that this is “one of the boldest [ones] we’ve ever done.”

A sketch of Metz’s Tanya Taylor gown for the 2019 Golden Globes.

Courtesy of Tanya Taylor.

“Chrissy is becoming more fearless with her fashion,” says Taylor. “The process is playful and has incredible synergy.”

Metz adds: “Fashion is about expressing your individuality, and Tanya achieves that effortlessly in all of our creative collaborations. I’m reminded that I don’t have to settle and we can push boundaries, especially as I’m [an] ‘unconventional’ dress size—that’s true artistry.”

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Awards season is upon us once again, kicking off with the Golden Globes. It’s a red carpet that, historically, fashion fans always look forward to—incredible looks are pretty much the norm—but also one where some ensembles speak to the cultural conversation happening in the industry, whether it’s through a pin attached to a gown or jacket or via an all-black dress code. And for an event that celebrates a landmark year in entertainment, with films like Crazy Rich Asians and Black Panther setting new record after new record, this is certainly something viewers want to see addressed. This year, the Los Angeles Times reported ahead of the show that Time’s Up encouraged attendees to wear “TIMESUPx2” ribbons and bracelets, referencing the initiative’s second year and a newly-started campaign to double the number of women in leadership positions—in Hollywood and elsewhere.

Check out every single look from the 2019 Golden Globes red carpet, from host and nominee Sandra Oh to A Star Is Born‘s Lady Gaga.

See All the Looks From the 2019 Golden Globes Red Carpet

Awards season is upon us once again, kicking off with the Golden Globes. It’s a red carpet that, historically, fashion fans always look forward to—incredible looks are pretty much the norm—but also one where some ensembles speak to the cultural conversation happening in the industry, whether it’s through a pin attached to a gown or jacket or via an all-black dress code. And for an event that celebrates a landmark year in entertainment, with films like Crazy Rich Asians and Black Panther setting new record after new record, this is certainly something viewers want to see addressed. This year, the Los Angeles Times reported ahead of the show that Time’s Up encouraged attendees to wear “TIMESUPx2” ribbons and bracelets, referencing the initiative’s second year and a newly-started campaign to double the number of women in leadership positions—in Hollywood and elsewhere.

Check out every single look from the 2019 Golden Globes red carpet, from host and nominee Sandra Oh to A Star Is Born‘s Lady Gaga.

Tracee Ellis Ross Wore an All-White Sequined Suit With a Powerful Message

Tracee Ellis Ross plays many roles—not just as an actress, but as an activist, a life coach, and someone who knows how to wear the hell out of a good suit. Remember that stunning white wide-legged Christian Siriano suit she wore for the AMAs in 2017? It’s etched into our sartorial souls. And Ross has gone and done it again: For W Magazine’s pre-Golden Globes party Friday night, she stepped out in a gorgeous all-white suit covered in glimmering sequins—and symbolism.

Her stylist, Karla Welch, captured Ellis’ look on her Instagram on Saturday with a shot of the actress posing in her #OOTD next to a doorway. Her look, by Carolina Herrera’s new-ish creative director Wes Gordon, features high-waisted, wide-legged trousers, a long tuxedo jacket with buttons elegantly placed at the waist, and minimalist crop top that transforms the look from straight-up showbiz to need-in-my-closet-going-out-look.

But it also pays an important tribute: All-white suits have become a symbol of historic female members of Congress and the legacy of women’s suffrage. And with a record number of women sworn into Congress last week—women now hold roughly a quarter of both houses, with more than a third being sworn in for the first time—it’s the perfect time to make a statement in one.

That’s exactly, it seems, what Ross and Welch intended: As the stylist captioned the pic, “For Our Ladies in Congress ⚡️”

The best part? Check out her footwear. Yep, that’s a pair of Nike Air Force One high-tops—because heels for evening wear should be a choice, not a must.

Enjoy a few more pics of this suit, because it’s so darn stunning.

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And can we just talk about that zap of electric cobalt eyeshadow?

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Ross is no stranger to making larger statements with her outfits: Last year, for example, she wore black designers to once again host the AMAs, showcasing and lifting up some of the industry’s greatest talents.

Here’s to you, Tracee Ellis Ross—and a 2019 filled with more all-white suits.

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Here’s How to Stream the 2019 Golden Globes

The 2019 Golden Globes are shaping up to be an excellent time. Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh are hosting, which is literally a match made in heaven. Plus, so many of your favorite celebrities are expected to attend, including Lady Gaga, Emily Blunt, Janelle Monáe, and Gina Rodriguez. I’m personally waiting on the edge of my seat to see what Gaga wears—and if she busts out a surprise performance of “Hair Body Face.” (It’s one of the best songs from the A Star Is Born soundtrack, and no one is talking about it!)

People will certainly be talking about the Globes, though: Tonight’s ceremony is the true kickoff to awards season, and it’s arguably the most fun of them all. Maybe it’s because everyone’s seated at tables. Maybe it’s because we don’t waste time on boring categories. Maybe it’s because the celebrities can (and often do) drink. Who knows? Regardless, the Golden Globes are about to be everywhere, so you definitely need to watch.

Don’t have cable? No problem. There are still plenty of ways you can stream the Globes. Below, check out your options:

1. Sling TV or Hulu Live. You can access NBC from these platforms, which means you can watch the Globes.

2. The NBC website and NBC app. You will need a cable login for this, but let’s be real: You can probably borrow your friend’s (or friend’s mother’s). We’re not encouraging you to do that, but we’re not not encouraging you, either.

3. YouTube. Have access to YouTube TV? Then you can watch the Globes. Other services that offer access include DirecTV Now, Century Link Stream, and Fubo TV.

Happy watching! The red carpet for the Globes begins at 6 P.M. ET. Facebook Watch will be streaming it, as well as NBC.com and E! Online. The formal ceremony begins at 8 P.M. ET on NBC.

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Kate Middleton Channeled Blair Waldorf for Her First Appearance of 2019

It definitely looks like Kate Middleton took some serious fashion inspiration from Gossip Girl queen bee Blair Waldorf for her first appearance of 2019 on Sunday, January 6. The Duchess of Cambridge wore an icy blue Catherine Walker coat dress and matching headband to attend service at Sandringham’s St. Mary Magdalene Church this morning with Prince William. And it’s definitely becoming a staple of the duchess’s wardrobe: Middleton also wore a headband when she stepped out for Christmas Day services at the same church.

Headbands, as Gossip Girl fans know, were a signature element of Blair Waldorf’s wardrobe, and it looks like her legacy is living on through Middleton. Of course, it’s very possible the Kate-Blair fashion parallels are just a coincidence, but the idea of the duchess waking up and saying, “I want to look like the HBIC of the Upper East Side today” is just too perfect, and I really hope it happened.

Check out photos of Middleton in the headband for yourself, below. It’s a headband perfect for scheming against little Jenny Humphrey, really.

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Or sabotaging Nelly Yuki’s SAT scores.

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This headband will do whatever it takes to ensure Serena van der Woodsen doesn’t grab the spotlight.

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“XOXO”—what this headband is thinking, probably.

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If Middleton’s coat seems familiar to you, that’s because it is. She wore the same coat last February during a royal trip to Norway.

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As for the headbands, well, Middleton’s been making them happen for a while. Here’s exhibit A:

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And exhibit B:

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Waldorf would absolutely let Middleton join her inner circle with a headband collection like this—but somewhere right now, the princess of New York City is definitely scowling because she wishes she had that band from Prince Louis’ christening.

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