What Time Is The Golden Globes Red Carpet? Set Your Alarm For This Time
If you're anything like me, you care way more about what people are wearing on the Golden Globes red carpet than who goes home with what award. Make sure you're prepared to catch all the action by knowing exactly what time the Golden Globes red carpet goes live. Whether you're on your smartphone, computer, or happen to have a giant big screen TV (lucky you), make sure you're cozied up with your friends and some popcorn at the right time.
Before I get into it all, can we first stop and have a moment of silence for the fact that Tina Fey and Amy Poehler aren't hosting this year? I'm sure Ricky Gervais will do a great job (and hopefully not offend too many people), but the Fey-Poehler duo was just the best-and-a-half. For instance, did you catch their hilarious promo for 2015's Golden Globes? Or what about all of these ridiculously perfect GIF'd moments (like them calling out Clooney)?! Amaze.
Now that that's out of the way, let's get back to the main thing here: seeing all the fashion! Depending on how committed you are to catching every bit of red carpet bliss, you have two different times to hit up live feeds and ooh and ahh at all the celebs looking all kinds of fabulous.
1. For The "I Need To See All Of It" Folks
If you need to see absolutely every celebrity look as its happening, you'll want to tune into E! and E! Online, which will be airing Live From The Red Carpet coverage starting at 6 p.m. EST/ 3 p.m. PST.
2. For The "I Need Most Of It" & Can Catch The Rest Later Peeps
If you can't catchE!'s early coverage, you can still get plenty of red carpet action from NBC, the official broadcaster of the ceremony. The livestream starts at 7 p.m. EST/4 p.m. PST on NBC.com, followed by the show both online and the channel itself.
Oh, and if you want to catch up on the E! looks aired looks from earlier, just scroll Bustle's fashion & beauty feed. There will be plenty of as-it-happens coverage!
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