While the Critics’ Choice Awards are known as rather laid back in comparison to other award ceremonies that grace our screens this time of year, Hollywood’s A-listers did not disappoint while strutting their stuff on the blue carpet.
Is it just us, or was the memo to wear black, white or blush…?
Nicole Kidman – Armani
Julia Roberts – Louis Vuitton
Lady Gaga – Calvin Klein
Kiki Layne - Atelier Versace
Charlize Theron – Givenchy
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In an extremely satisfying and starry result, the award for Best Actress was given to Lady Gaga, for her work in A Star is Born, and also to Glenn Close, for her work in The Favourite. Surprisingly, Best Actress wasn’t the only award that was shared this year. The award for Best Actress in a Limited Series or Movie Made for Television was shared by both Amy Adams and Patricia Arquette. While Lady Gaga and A Star is Born have done well at both the Golden Globes and the Critics’ Choice Awards, Bradley Cooper, who directed, produced and acted in the film has yet to win an award for it. Other major winners include A Star is Born for Best Song with Shallow, Roma for Best Picture, Black Panther for Best Visual Effects, Mission Impossible for Best Action Film and finally, Best Actor went to Christian Bale for Vice