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15 Pairs of Diamond Drop Earrings from the Golden Globe Awards

Exceptional diamond earrings from Forevermark worn by Amanda Seyfried

Beverly Hills, Calif. March 4, 2021. To say that diamond drop earrings were the top trend at Sunday night’s Golden Globe Awards is a bit like saying there are apples in an orchard, but it’s true, so here we are. Diamond drop earrings were the top jewelry trend at the socially distanced and partially virtual affair: Presenters were live either at The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills or Rainbow Room in New York City, while nominees Zoomed from home.

This Covid-19-era reality gave way to a truly mixed lot of looks, with some stars owning a work-from-home clothing situation (think jammies—Jodie Foster—and hoodies, thank you, Jason Sudeikis) while others went glam. The latter gave us jewelry lovers the sparkle we crave.

[BTW, those ultra-leisure looks could have been good luck charms for both Foster and Sudeikis since she won for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture for her role in “The Mauritanian,” and he won Best Television Actor – Musical/Comedy Series for his work in “Ted Lasso.”]

But back to the sparkle. Here’s a snapshot of the most memorable diamond danglers from the night, brought to you from the lobes of stars.

Kate Hudson in Bulgari Serpenti Viper earrings. Hudson was a presenter and a nominee for Best Actress – Motion Picture – Musical/Comedy, for her role in “Music.” Source: @katehudson

Kate Hudson in Bulgari Serpenti Viper earrings. Hudson was a presenter and a nominee for Best Actress – Motion Picture – Musical/Comedy, for her role in “Music.” Source: @katehudson

Lily Collins in Cartier. Collins was a nominee for Best Television Actress – Musical/Comedy, for her role in “Emily in Paris.” Source: @lilyjcollins

Lily Collins in Cartier. Collins was a nominee for Best Television Actress – Musical/Comedy, for her role in “Emily in Paris.” Source: @lilyjcollins

Emma Corrin in Cartier. Corrin won the title of Best Television Actress – Drama Series, for her role as Princess Diana on “The Crown.” Source: @emmalouisecorrin

Emma Corrin in Cartier. Corrin won the title of Best Television Actress Drama Series, for her role as Princess Diana on “The Crown.” Source: @emmalouisecorrin

Vanessa Kirby in Cartier. Kirby was a nominee for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama, for her role in “Pieces of a Woman.” @vanessa__kirby

Vanessa Kirby in Cartier. Kirby was a nominee for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama, for her role in “Pieces of a Woman.” @vanessa__kirby

Andra Day in Chanel (Day is shown with Tyler James Williams and Tone Bell). Day won Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama, for her role in “The United States v. Billie Holiday.” Source: @andradaymusic

Andra Day in Chanel (Day is shown with Tyler James Williams and Tone Bell). Day won Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama, for her role in “The United States v. Billie Holiday.” Source: @andradaymusic

Kyra Sedgwick in Chopard. Sedgwick was a presenter for the evening. Source: @kyrasedgwickofficial

Kyra Sedgwick in Chopard. Sedgwick was a presenter for the evening. Source: @kyrasedgwickofficial

Amanda Seyfried in Forevermark. Seyfried was a presenter and a nominee for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture, for her role in “Mank.” Source: @forevermark

Amanda Seyfried in Forevermark. Seyfried was a presenter and a nominee for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture, for her role in “Mank.” Source: @forevermark

Exceptional diamond earrings from Forevermark worn by Amanda Seyfried

Exceptional diamond earrings from Forevermark worn by Amanda Seyfried

Regina King in Forevermark. King was a nominee for Best Director – Motion Picture, for her work in “One Night in Miami.” Source: @iamreginaking

Angela Bassett in Graziela Gems. Bassett was a presenter this year. Source: @grazielagems

Angela Bassett in Graziela Gems, sapphires and diamonds. Bassett was a presenter this year. Source: @grazielagems

Elle Fanning in Fred Leighton. Fanning was a nominee for Best Television Actress – Musical/Comedy, for her role in “The Great.” Source: @ellefanning

Elle Fanning in Fred Leighton. Fanning was a nominee for Best Television Actress – Musical/Comedy, for her role in “The Great.” Source: @ellefanning

Jane Fonda in Pomellato. Fonda took this year’s Cecil B. deMille Award. Source: @pomellato

Jane Fonda in Pomellato, rubellite and diamonds. Fonda took this year’s Cecil B. deMille Award. Source: @pomellato

Viola Davis in Pomellato. Davis was a nominee for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama, for her role in “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom.” Source: @pomellato

Viola Davis in Pomellato. Davis was a nominee for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama, for her role in “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom.” Source: @pomellato

Tina Fey in Pomellato (she wore jewels from other brands as well). Fey was a host for the evening, along with pal Amy Poehler. Source: @pomellato

Tina Fey in Pomellato (she wore jewels from other brands as well). Fey was a host for the evening, along with pal Amy Poehler. Source: @pomellato

Anya Taylor-Joy in Tiffany & Co. Taylor-Joy was a nominee for Best Actress – Motion Picture – Musical/Comedy, for her role in “Emma” and won Best Actress – Television Motion Picture, for her role in “The Queen’s Gambit.” Source: @tiffanyanco

Anya Taylor-Joy in Tiffany & Co. Taylor-Joy was a nominee for Best Actress – Motion Picture – Musical/Comedy, for her role in “Emma” and won Best Actress – Television Motion Picture, for her role in “The Queen’s Gambit.” Source: @tiffanyanco

Salma Hayek in Harry Winston. Hayek was a presenter this year. @harrywinston

Salma Hayek in Harry Winston. Hayek was a presenter this year. @harrywinston


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