Pregnant Miranda stuns at Globes bash

PREGNANT supermodel Miranda Kerr has turned heads at a Golden Globes party, showing off her baby bump.

Kerr, 34, is expecting a bub to her husband of eight months, Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel, 27. She already has a son, Flynn, 7, with her ex, Orlando Bloom.

Kerr attended the InStyle and Warner Bros post-Golden Globes party at The Beverly Hilton Hotel, wearing the dramatic all-black Balmain look.

The Australian model and Kora Organics founder kept on-theme with the night’s all-black dress code — a show of solidarity with the #MeToo movement against sexism and abuse in Hollywood.

She teamed the halter neck dress with a pair of strappy Giuseppe Zanotti heels, rubbing her growing belly as she posed on the black carpet.

“Miranda, Evan, and Flynn are looking forward to welcoming the newest member of their family,” according to a statement from the couple in November.

Kerr and Spiegel met in June 2015 at a Louis Vuitton dinner in New York, and were married in an intimate ceremony held in Los Angeles last May.

“We were really good friends for a long time before we started dating,” Kerr said.

Kerr was not at the Golden Globes ceremony yesterday where Nicole Kidman won Best Actress in a miniseries for her role in Big Little Lies, while Margot Robbie, Hugh Jackman and Geoffrey Rush missed out in their categories.

Golden Globes’ biggest fashion hits and blunders

GLITTERING gowns, plunging necklines and more double-sided ‘boob’ tape than just about anywhere … yep, welcome to the Golden Globes.

Scarlett Johansson, Sarah Jessica Parker, Jennifer Lopez and Angelina Jolie have stepped out in some of the most stylish looks ever worn to the Hollywood awards, which honour TV and movies.

Unfortunately, the same can’t be said for Cameron Diaz, Sharon Stone or The Nanny.

Normally ahead of the Golden Globes, the women of Hollywood would be clamouring to find the perfect headline-grabbing dress for the red carpet.

Instead, many are planning to sport basic black to Sunday’s gala — a sartorial protest over sexual harassment.

Jessica Chastain, Meryl Streep and Emma Stone are leading the actresses taking a stand against the avalanche of misconduct allegations that have felled Harvey Weinstein and numerous other Tinseltown A-listers.

But backing for the campaign by male stars including Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson — who say they, too, will turn out in black in a gesture of solidarity.

The Globes doesn’t specify a formal dress code, so anything goes, colour-wise.

And every year, we see some of the best and worst dressed stars on the red carpet.

WORST DRESSED

As stars prepare to strut the red carpet in Los Angeles on Monday, these are some Golden Globes looks we’d rather forget.

BEST DRESSED

Of course, not all Hollywood stars turn heads for the wrong reasons. These celebrities nailed the dress code at the Golden Globes over the years.

Some commentators have suggested that the more conservatively-minded men wishing to show support this year for women and the #metoo movement could adopt a pin or ribbon.

New York-based stylist Michael Fisher, who dresses Hugh Jackman and Sam Rockwell, says his clients are going to wear dark suits with “black pocket squares” to support the cause.

“It’s going to be an inevitable thing out of solidarity. I think the majority of men are going to go safe in a black suit with a white shirt so no one’s going to look the odd man out,” he told weekly trade magazine Variety.

“I’m so inspired by men wearing black to the Golden Globes, an event to which they’d normally wear black tuxedos,” tweeted an acerbic Erin Gloria Ryan, a writer for The Daily Beast.

“It’s part of the storied man tradition of making the least possible effort but expecting credit anyway.”

Designers and stylists are notoriously secretive ahead of awards ceremonies about how their stars are going to turn out.

Representatives of the fashion community in Los Angeles have been reporting a run on all-black clothing for the Globes, from gowns to cocktail dresses and men’s suits, according to Variety.

“We are working hard to get in more all-black options to support those who are adhering to the Golden Globes consensus,” one unnamed spokesperson told the magazine, adding that this included menswear.

But there is controversy too surrounding the women’s campaign. “Dear actresses: please wear bright colors 2 celebrate our power, not black 2 mourn the predators. They don’t deserve it,” tweeted Elisabeth Sereda, a writer and producer based in Venice, California.

– with AFP

Kate’s rare outing with husband amid split rumours

KATE Ritchie has made a rare public appearance with her rugby league star husband Stuart Webb — snuffing out persistent rumours her marriage is on the rocks.

It was a family affair for the former Home & Away star as she arrived at Carols in the Domain on Sunday with her husband and three-year-old daughter Mae.

Stopping to pose for photographers, the couple laughed as their camera-shy daughter turned away and hid behind her mum’s shoulder.

Ritchie, 39, looked relaxed and stylish, combating the humid summer night in a flowing maxi dress.

It’s a rare outing for the usually private couple, who are plagued by constant tabloid stories that question the state of their seven-year marriage.

In a candid interview with Stellar magazine this month, the Nova radio star said the rumours don’t hurt her feelings the way they used to.

“I think in the old days it did. There’s no point in getting bogged down about what other people think is happening in my life,” she said.

“The only positive in having the magazines write about my love life is that I know the Hewitts are getting a week off.”

Eddie goes bold on red carpet

GREY skies and a downfall of rain doesn’t make for the most spectacular of red carpet arrivals, but the biggest names in Australian film and television have done their best at the AACTA Awards in Sydney this afternoon.

Industry elites like Rachel Griffiths, Simon Baker, Anthony LaPaglia and Margaret Pomeranz are all set to attend the event and, as we speak, each of them is bracing themselves for having to make small talk with a Real Housewife of Whatever or television DIY expert.

Raising a sartorial middle finger to the dull grey tones being dictated by the weather, Sunrise’s Edwina Bartholomew and former Miss World Australia Erin Holland have both decided to go bold in red.

Running shoulders with Australian film and television elite tonight will be Real Housewives of Sydney star Melissa Tkautz. I kind of hope she’s seated on a table with Rachel Griffiths, Anthony LaPaglia and Margaret Pomeranz where they’re all forced to talk about their respective projects for three hours.

The Block’s Shaynna Blazer has arrived and, honestly, there’s actually nothing to look at. The feeling of it, it’s actually quite vanilla.

That’s not my thoughts on her dress. I stole that criticism from Shaynna herself when she slammed Josh and Elyse’s room on The Block.

She looks fine. Not sure about the statement rings.

Never afraid of a little drama, Wentworth star Danielle Cormack has stunned in a high-necked maroon gown. Distinct and theatrical, the dress has a sheer low-cut V down the front and detailed layers of fabric circles layered and gathered up the skirt, sleeves and neck.

More to come …

Selena wore six outfits … in a day

SELENA Gomez has one seriously busy stylist.

The Bad Liar singer has sported six outfits in less than 24 hours, while on a whirlwind press tour of London.

Her perfectly polished looks included a custom vanilla-coloured Coach dress worn to the British Fashion Awards, and a printed navy sleeved dress also by Coach, teamed with knee-high boots.

At the fashion awards, Gomez told British Vogue the cream-coloured frill dress was “still in my comfort zone, but I’ve loved being able to explore”.

“A lot has kind of happened in the last year, and I’m enjoying wrapping it up in a way where I just feel it is exciting and fresh,” she added.

The face of Coach, 25, went edgier with a black Proenza Shouler frilly dress, then back to pretty-in-floral with Isabel Marant frock, a sexy navy Cushnie et Ochs mini dress, and a checked coat by Fay Brand, teamed with a black skivvy underneath.

The 13 Reasons Why producer was styled by Kate Young, who has also put together looks for Margot Robbie, Michelle Williams and Dakota Johnson.

Gomez recently traded her maven locks for a short peroxide blonde hair style, after her split from Starboy singer The Weeknd (she is since back with her bad boy ex, Justin Bieber).

Sophie stuns, silences split talk

Sophie Monk and Stu Laundy arrive at the 2017 Aria Awards. Picture: Media Mode

Sophie Monk arrives at the 2017 Aria Awards. Picture: Media Mode

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – NOVEMBER 28: Anthony Callea arrives for the 31st Annual ARIA Awards 2017 at The Star on November 28, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images for ARIA)

Themeli Magripilis and Jessica Mauboy pictured arriving at the 2017 ARIA Awards held at The Star in Pyrmont in Sydney. Picture: Richard Dobson

Olympia Valance pictured arriving at the 2017 ARIA Awards held at The Star in Pyrmont in Sydney. Picture: Richard Dobson

Havana Brown pictured arriving at the 2017 ARIA Awards held at The Star in Pyrmont in Sydney. Picture: Richard Dobson

Richard Wilkins and Virginia Burmeister pictured arriving at the 2017 ARIA Awards held at The Star in Pyrmont in Sydney. Picture: Richard Dobson

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Celia Pavey of Vera Blue arrives for the 31st Annual ARIA Awards 2017 at The Star on November 28, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. Picture: Zak Kaczmarek/Getty Images for ARIA

Tkay Maidza arrives for the 31st Annual ARIA Awards 2017 at The Star on November 28, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. Picture: Zak Kaczmarek/Getty Images for ARIA

Adam Hyde and Reuben Styles of Peking Duck arrive for the 31st Annual ARIA Awards 2017 at The Star on November 28, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. Picture: Zak Kaczmarek/Getty Images for ARIA

Alright Hey arrives at the 31st ARIA Awards at The Star, in Sydney, Tuesday, November 28, 2017. Picture: AAP Image/David Moir

Tai arrives for the 31st Annual ARIA Awards 2017 at The Star on November 28, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. Picture: Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images for ARIA

Tayla Mae arrives for the 31st Annual ARIA Awards 2017 at The Star on November 28, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. Picture: Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images for ARIA

Christian Wilkins and Andrew Kelly arrive for the 31st Annual ARIA Awards 2017 at The Star on November 28, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. Picture: Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images for ARIA

Ksenija Lukich arrives for the 31st Annual ARIA Awards 2017 at The Star on November 28, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. Picture: Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images for ARIA

Darryl Braithwaite pictured arriving at the 2017 ARIA Awards held at The Star in Pyrmont in Sydney. Picture: Richard Dobson

Erin Holland pictured arriving at the 2017 ARIA Awards held at The Star in Pyrmont in Sydney. Picture: Richard Dobson

Pete Murray pictured arriving at the 2017 ARIA Awards held at The Star in Pyrmont in Sydney. Picture: Richard Dobson

Danny Beausa, BC Michaels and Brett Jansch of The Dune Rats arrive for the 31st Annual ARIA Awards 2017 at The Star on November 28, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. Picture: Zak Kaczmarek/Getty Images for ARIA

James Tobin arrives at the 31st ARIA Awards at The Star, in Sydney, Tuesday, November 28, 2017. (AAP Image/Dan Himbrechts) NO ARCHIVING

Matt and Jess pictured arriving at the 2017 ARIA Awards held at The Star in Pyrmont in Sydney. Picture: Richard Dobson

Cort and Dave Le-Aupepe pictured arriving at the 2017 ARIA Awards held at The Star in Pyrmont in Sydney. Dave Le-Aupepe is lead singer of band Gang of Youths. Picture: Richard Dobson

Jane Gazzo pictured arriving at the 2017 ARIA Awards held at The Star in Pyrmont in Sydney. Picture: Richard Dobson

Alli Simpson arrives at the 31st ARIA Awards at The Star, in Sydney, Tuesday, November 28, 2017. Picture: AAP Image/Dan Himbrechts

Simon Pryce (the current Red Wiggle) and Lauren Hannaford arrive at the 31st ARIA Awards at The Star, in Sydney, Tuesday, November 28, 2017. Picture: AAP Image/Dan Himbrechts

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – NOVEMBER 28: Manu Crook$ arrives for the 31st Annual ARIA Awards 2017 at The Star on November 28, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images for ARIA)

Dan Sultan pictured arriving at the 2017 ARIA Awards held at The Star in Pyrmont in Sydney. Picture: Richard Dobson

Alfie Arcuri arrives for the 31st Annual ARIA Awards 2017 at The Star on November 28, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. Picture: Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images for ARIA

Jay O’Shea arrives for the 31st Annual ARIA Awards 2017 at The Star on November 28, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. Picture: Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images for ARIA

Radio presenter Ash London arrives at the 31st ARIA Awards at The Star, in Sydney, Tuesday, November 28, 2017. Picture: AAP Image/Dan Himbrechts

Joel Creasey arrives at the 31st ARIA Awards at The Star, in Sydney, Tuesday, November 28, 2017. Picture: AAP Image/Dan Himbrechts

Gang of Youths arrive at the 31st ARIA Awards at The Star, in Sydney, Tuesday, November 28, 2017. Picture: AAP Image/Dan Himbrechts

Rita Ora’s truly bizarre red carpet outfit

LOOKS like Rita Ora didn’t really have time to get ready before she hosted the MTV Europe Music Awards.

The British singer, 26, sported a white terry towelling robe, complete with diamonds and a full face of makeup on the red carpet in London.

She looked as if she failed to get ready in time in the very casual outfit, The Sunreports.

Meantime, Australian singer Jessica Mauboy was named Best Australian Act at the EMAs. The Fallin’ singer — who didn’t attend the awards — beat Meg Mac, Vera Blue, PNAU and Illy in the category, previously won by 5SOS and Troye Sivan.

Earlier, RIP singer Ora posed for pictures with a towel on her head before strutting away backstage to continue her preparations.

Turns out, Ora’s ensemble was part of a skit which was played at the start of the EMAs.

She was seen being invited to be host at the last minute and rushing through the London Underground in her dressing gown to get to the ceremony in Wembley, according to The Sun.

After the show opened with Eminem, Rita appeared in the same robe, and apologised for not having time to get ready.