Meet the Golden Globes 2017’s coolest couples

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    Whilst the Golden Globes 2017 were in full swing in the Beverly Hills Hotel, LA, the rest of us were either asleep, or covering the awards in dressing gowns as they happened live from across the pond. Yes, it’s all glamour during ‘Awards Season’.

    But as the pictures started rolling in, we were clear about one thing: the Golden Globes celebrity couples were on fire. Literally, 2017 was the year of the #couplesgoals.

    To start with, can we talk about Busy Phillips and Michelle Williams who took each other to the Awards, and as the ultimate BFF’s, we’re guessing they probably had the best time ever. Because who else would you really want at your side during an awards show (and, most importantly, after-party) than your best friend of more than a decade.

    Now, while Emma Stone and her fictionally perfect BF, Ryan Gosling may have looked 100% on the red carpet – seriously, see below,  Andrew Garfield gave us all hope that one day, he and Emma Stone may reunite when Andrew gave Emma a standing ovation when she won the award for best actress in a motion picture, musical or comedy, for her critically praised performance in La La Land. We’ll give you all a moment to process this information…

    Obviously, it wouldn’t be an A-list red carpet without the acting elite that is Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell making a welcome appearance. Seriously, they’ve been together for over three decades and still look like they’re totally in love.

    Which brings us to the new breed of Hollywood elite, we’re talking about Chrissy Teigen and John Legend of course, who always bring the lolz to Awards Season. Case in point? When Chrissy alerted the world to the fact that the Golden Globes had misspelled John’s surname on his name place card. She tweeted an image of him holding up the card, which read ‘John Ledgend’, and captioned it:’Bahahaha loser’.

    Ledgend, indeed.

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