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Golden Globes 2019 worst dressed stars

During the Golden Globes' ceremony and red carpet alike, not every celebrity participant can be a winner. And while many celebrities attempted ambitious fashion achievements on the 2019 Golden Globes carpet Sunday night, only some of the looks hit their marks, relegating the less-fortunate stars' sparkles, feathers, ruffles and leopard prints to the worst-dressed list.

Anne Hathaway

For a while, Anne Hathaway was the most unfairly-maligned actress in Hollywood, and the Hathaway hate finally seemed to subside in 2018, partially thanks to her fashionable turn in "Ocean's 8." Unfortunately, her impeccable looks from the film were nowhere to be found on the Globes carpet, with Hathaway opting instead for a misguided Elie Saab leopard travesty. 

Kate Mara

From her oddly-attached infinity ponytail to her unflattering babydoll silhouette, Mara's Moschino look more closely resembled an alien-esque nightgown.

Julianne Moore

Moore is a perennial Hollywood favorite, but the top and bottom of her Givenchy gown seemed unflatteringly fused together Frankenstein-style. 

Debra Messing

With a little tailoring, perhaps the "Will and Grace" star's Pamella Roland dress could've been a winner. In reality, her look just resembled a sparkled, feathered, black-tie muumuu. 

Rosamund Pike

It's not Pike's inky Givenchy gown that gave us red-carpet agita, but rather the sparkly jacket awkwardly perched on her shoulders. 

Amber Heard

Similarly, we enjoyed the combination of Amber Heard's black sweetheart-neckline gown, red lipstick and loose curls with the "Aquaman" actress seemingly channeling Bad Sandy from "Grease" – until her Monique Lhuillier gown went south below the waist with its bedsheet-resembling skirt.

Caitriona Balfe

The poofy skirt and girlish details of Balfe's Moschino velvet dress didn't do the "Outlander" actress any fashion favors Sunday night. 

Lucy Liu

Liu is undeniably a national treasure, but her nude-colored Galia Lahav gown with its neon splashes of color had the unintended effect of vaguely resembling a skin disease.