The Cast of 'Pose' Absolutely Slayed the Golden Globes Red Carpet

Hannah Chambers
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From Cosmopolitan

Even if you do not know a single thing about Ryan Murphy's latest FX show, you can probably safely assume that the cast of a dance musical called Pose know a thing or two about serving looks. And you'd be totally right. (And also missing out on a really great show. You should def watch Pose.)

Angelica Ross, Dominique Jackson, and the rest of the show's sickeningly stunning stars looked incredible at the 2019 Golden Globes. I mean, just look!

*Patiently waits for Fashion Nova to drop a copy of Billy Porter's incredible cape*

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Did Indya Moore just invent looking fierce? I think so. This verrry naked look is everything.

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The word "goddess" gets thrown around a lot when describing red carpet lewks, but Mj Rodriguez is an ACTUAL goddess tonight!

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Hello, it is time to stan Dominique Jackson if you do not already. Can your fave work a train on steps like this? Probably not.

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Oooh, so sparkly, Kate Mara!

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BRB, swooning over James Van Der Beek's dimples.

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Evan Peters looks... happy to be there.


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Pose explores the New York City ballroom scene in the 1980s. It also shows the rise of the Trump-inspired culture where literally everything was dripping in tacky gold. But the real reason Pose is making such a splash at the Golden Globes this year-apart from its Best Drama Series nomination-is its history-making cast. Five of the show's regular characters are portrayed by transgender women of color: Indya Moore, Mj Rodriguez, Dominique Jackson, Hailie Sahar and Angelica Ross. Although none of these women are nominated for a Golden Globe, their costar Billy Porter is.

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