Miss Golden Globe 2016 Corinne Foxx Is No Stranger To The Red Carpet, — PHOTOS
This may be her first time sharing the same stage as her dad, but 2016’s Miss Golden Globe is no stranger to red carpet events. See seven of Corinne Foxx’s best red carpet moments because this young woman knows how to do Hollywood-status glamour.
As Jamie Foxx’s daughter, it’s no wonder she’s accustomed to the limelight, and the fact that she’s used to hanging around A-listers will only help her fulfill her duties as Miss Golden Globe because coming after the likes of Dakota Johnson and Rumer Willis is kind of a big deal. If it were me, I’d be squealing at the sight of every celebrity, but I’m sure she’ll be calm, cool and collected because this is just an ordinary thing when your dad’s a big time actor, I’m sure.
Of course, it’s still exciting to be a part of the Golden Globe Awards — no matter who you are. Her responsibility for the evening will be assisting during the ceremony, assuring everything runs smoothly. I’m sure she’ll be great at doing her job, but more importantly (for me at least), she’ll look good while doing it, especially based on her previous red carpet looks.
From sophisticated jumpsuits to two piece gowns, she can pull off a lot of different styles. Which 2016 trend will she wear to the Golden Globes? I, for one, am excited to find out.
1. Little Black Jumpsuit
I'm loving her modern take on the LBD.
2. Oscar-Worthy Gown
You've got to bring your very best dressing to the Oscars, and the Foxx father-daughter duo did not disappoint.
3. Fun & Flirty
This red mini-dress was classy, but youthful at the same time.
4. Black Lace
Black lace is always a good option simply because it makes any ensemble more sophisticated.
Props to her for knowing exactly how to make leather red carpet-appropriate.
6. Crop Top & Midi Skirt
She aced this two-piece look.
7. Bold Color
Pulling off a super bright color is no easy feat, but Foxx sure does make it seem effortless.
She's got this red carpet dressing thing down pat. Look out, Golden Globes — here she comes!