Emma Stone was presented with not one but two Golden Globe trophies on Monday night at the 81st Annual Golden Globe Awards, which took place at The Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles.
The 35-year-old actress took home the Golden Globe Best Performance Award by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy for her performance in the science fantasy black comedy Poor Things as Bella Baxter.
She won the same honor in 2017 for the musical romance Lalaland.
Emma Stone wins Best Performance Award by an Actress in a Motion Picture at the 81st Golden Globe Awards on January 7, 2024 (Credit: Jennifer Bloc / Future Image / Cover Images)
Stone went on to pick up her second award of the evening for producing Poor Things, which was named Best Motion Picture in a Musical or Comedy.
A Stunning Fashion Statement: Emma Stone in Louis Vuitton
Looking every inch an award winner, Stone took to the stage in a dazzling plunging gown custom-designed for the actress by Louis Vuitton.
It is hardly surprising that Emma Stone chose Louis Vuitton for one of the most prestigious awards shows in the industry, given that she has been a brand ambassador for the French luxury fashion house since 2017.
Emma Stone dazzles in a heavily beaded sheer gown with pastel floral embroideries custom-designed by Louis Vuitton (Credit: Abaca Press / INSTARimages)
She was also decked out in a bejeweled Louis Vuitton robe and trousers set at the 35th Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards, where she won the Desert Palm Achievement Award for her role in Poor Things.
Style and Elegance: The Details of Emma’s Golden Globe Look
As she stepped onto the stage to collect her Golden Globe trophy, Stone exuded class and sophistication in the heavily beaded sheer gown done in an elegant neutral color.
Beautifully skimming her slender body, the delicate tulle gown had a deep V-neckline and a dangerously high center-front slit, adding oomph to the otherwise classic silhouette.
It also had a floral motif, with multicolored pastel flower embroideries adorning the bodice and extending to the floor-sweeping train.
Emma Stone’s gown features a flattering silhouette with a plunging neckline, a daring center-front slit, and a sweeping train (Credit: Abaca Press / INSTARimages)
Expert Styling and Accessories: Completing Emma Stone’s Look
Under the expert styling of Petra Flannery, whose celebrity clientele includes Reese Witherspoon, Zoe Saldana, Emilia Clarke, and Claire Danes, Stone paired her dazzling Louis Vuitton dress with satin sandals from the iconic French fashion house.
She showcased her dark red pedicure in the open-toe sandals in a matching beige color, fastened at her ankles with a thin buckled strap. They also had around 4-inch heels, elevating her 5’6” height.
Giving the already sparkling look some extra glitz, Emma was accessorized with brilliant jewelry, also by Louis Vuitton. She wore a white gold, diamond, and yellow sapphire ring and the “Bravery Elan Vital” long dangling earrings designed by Francesca Amfitheatrof, Louis Vuitton’s artistic director for jewelry and watches.
Emma Stone shows off her dark red pedicured feet in a pair of open-toe sandals by Louis Vuitton (Credit: Jennifer Bloc / Future Image / Cover Images)
Beauty and Glamour: Emma Stone’s Hair and Makeup
Hairstylist Mara Roszak used her new Roz Hair Root Lift Spray to give Stone a lightweight bob. The hair product was sprayed on Stone’s damp hair, “saturating the roots, before sectioning and blow drying with a boar bristle.”
It created a lightweight, high-volume lift “with a long-lasting hold.”
Rachel Goodwin, meanwhile, used Charlotte Tilbury makeup to give Emma Stone an “ethereal” beauty look.
She prepped her skin with the Magic Serum Crystal Elixir before putting on the Beautiful Skin Radiant Concealer in shade 2 and Foundation in shade 2 warm, followed by contouring using the Hollywood Contour Wand, Glowgasm Face Palette in Lightgasm, Airbrush Flawless Finish in shade 1, and Airbrush Flawless Setting Spray.
Emma Stone’s eyebrows were filled in with the Brow Lift in Medium Brown, and her beautiful green eyes were accentuated with The Beautyverse Palette in shades Virtual Taupe and Cyber Silver, Eyes to Mesmerize cream eyeshadow in Champagne, and Pillow Talk Push Up Lashes Mascara.
For a glowing, rosy look, she applied the Beauty Light Wand in the shade Spotlight and the Chic to Cheek in the shade Ecstasy to her cheeks. A swipe of Lip Cheat in Pillow Talk Medium and K.I.S.S.I.N.G Lipstick rounded out the actress’ dreamy glam.
Emma Stone looks beautiful with her lightweight bob, mascara, and rosy makeup using Charlotte Tilbury (Credit: Abaca Press / INSTARimages)
Emma Stone Calls Taylor Swift an A**hole at the Golden Globe Awards
Taylor Swift and Emma Stone have been friends since 2008. And as Emma Stone collected her award, Swift was seen applauding and clapping for the actress.
When asked backstage about Swift’s cheers following her win, Stone jokingly said, “What an a**hole, am I right?”
She immediately went back to the microphone and clarified that she has known Swift “for almost 20 years” and she “was very happy she was there. She was also nominated tonight which was wonderful,” she said, before playfully concluding her response, “and yes, what an a**hole.”
Taylor Swift was nominated for the Cinematic and Box Office Achievement award for her The Eras Tour concert movie, which reportedly grossed $261 million worldwide, making it the highest-grossing concert film of all time.
However, Barbie, which earned a total of $1.446 billion worldwide, won the new category.
Just last month, Taylor Swift attended the New York City premiere of Emma Stone’s movie, Poor Things, demonstrating their close friendship.
A Personal Touch: Emma Stone’s Acceptance Speech and Shout-Out to Her Husband
Emma Stone was accompanied by her husband, comedian, writer, and director Dave McCary, at the awards show.
After receiving her trophy, Stone began her speech by giving a special shoutout to her husband, with whom she has a daughter, named Louise Jean McCary.
“This is amazing, thank you. Dave, I have to start with you really quickly. I love you very much. Thank you for everything!”
She went on to thank her Poor Things co-stars Willem Dafoe, Mark Ruffalo, Ramy Youssef, and the rest of the “incredible cast” for making “every day an absolute joy” on the set.
Stone also expressed her gratitude to the cast and Poor Things writer Tony McNamara, with whom she has collaborated three times.
She also mentioned director Yorgos Lanthimos, saying, “Yorgos, I don’t know what I could say to you that I haven’t said to you already. But I will forever be grateful that we met. Forever.”
“Playing Bella was unbelievable,” she added. “I think this is a rom-com. I see this as a rom-com, but in the sense of Bella falls in love with life itself rather than a person, and she accepts the good and the bad in equal measure. And that really made me look at life differently,” she continued.
“And that all of it counts and all of it is important. And she has stayed with me deeply, so this means the world to me.”