Globes Couples Show the Love
It takes two! From Channing and Jenna to Leslie and Judd, the stars shine even brighter paired up on the red carpet
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What’s black and white and stunning all over? The always gorgeous and Dewan-Tatum, who continue to Step Up the style ante at the Golden Globes.
Show the love! House of Cards best actress in a TV drama winner Wright exudes a just-engaged glow as she locks eyes with fiancé and fellow actor Foster.
With her past Golden Globes fashion misses far behind her, flower child shows off her growing baby bump with husband Will Kopelman.
She’s a Good Wife on screen and off, as best actress nominee Margulies stays close to hubby Lieberthal.
Dallas Buyers Club best actor nominee gets to the point, though nothing can be as eye-catching as his wife’s dazzling sequin gown.
How touching! Parks and Recreation’s Offerman gets hip to the matter with his equally hilarious wife Mullally.
They’re hands on! Still looking presidential, Schreiber, who played the commander-in-chief in Lee Daniels’ The Butler, holds tight to his golden girl .
Now that’s a great accessory! Second-time parents-to-be and Pataky take a pregnant pause on Sunday’s red carpet.
It’s double the laughs when it comes to husband-and-wife team Apatow and Mann, who have a good reason to smile – HBO’s Girls, which Apatow executive produces, is up for best comedy series.
He may be new to the spotlight, but 12 Years a Slave best actor nominee Ejiofor looks like an old pro alongside his love, Sari Mercer.
Stop the presses! No one rules the red carpet like Breaking Bad’s best supporting actor nominee Paul, who brings along wife Lauren for support.
Starring as the straight man in a dysfunctional family must be helping Arrested Development best actor nominee Bateman stay calm in the middle of the Globes frenzy with his real-life wife.
He may have played a boy toy in Behind the Candelabra, but best actor nominee shows he’s more of a stand-up husband.
It’s a fab foursome of newlyweds – or maybe just a happy accident – when former Saturday Night Live castmates Samberg and Meyers reunite on the red carpet, wives included.