Golden Globes On the Red Carpet Wrap-Up With Stuart Brazell

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Wow!!!  What a red carpet this year!  Did I mention I walked right by Madonna …. yes, freaking MADONNA!  Being a ‘DirtynThirty’ gal it just doesn’t get any cooler than that!

So here’s my Golden Globes Red Carpet Wrap-Up:

  • Natalie Portman = stunning
  • George Clooney is the nicest person ever
  • Michelle Williams needs to loose the headband
  • Channing Tatum is HOTTTTTT
  • Heidi Klum needed a bra, or at least a shelf bra in that blah dress
  • Lea Michele looked super sexy once again – two thumbs up girl
  • Brad Pitt had a cane
  • Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban were SOOO in love, so sweet to see
  • Leo cruised by but looked fabulous as always
  • Morgan Freeman is a class act!
  • Elton John loves to smile
  • Bryan Cranston will totally shoot the shit with you
  • Madonna has STILL seriously got it
  • Rooney Mara is a sweetheart!

And here as promised is my vlog – you will for sure get a feel for the mayhem that is the Globes.  The most intense people are the fans in the bleachers – they will yell at you over and over for being in their shot … total riot!


And last but not least I have to give a huge thanks to Oliver Tolentino for styling me in this glamourous couture and did I mention eco-friendly gown:


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Stuart Brazell has talent, brains and beauty as distinctive as her name. She’s a fab, fierce, femme who always speaks her mind whether in person or online (just ask her husband). The social butterfly knows how to work a room and dress for every occasion. Equally comfortable on a red carpet or at a yoga retreat, she’s the sassy southern belle who friends call when in need of advice or just plain fun.


  1. Amy says:

    You look gorgeous, Stuart! Awesome dress!

    • Smriti says:

      My Week with Marilyn is on my list, Linda, especially after Michelle Williams won the Golden Globe. And I think you’re right, we dentifiely identify with young people that remind us of our children. That’s one reason I hate to see a college football player miss an important field goal I always think, He’s the same age (or even younger) than my son. Those people need to stop yelling at him! But I digress.I also recently saw The Artist which was very interesting, and different. Word of advice eat all your popcorn before it starts or you will be self-conscious about crunching during this silent film. Sometimes there is not even any music, just silence. I liked it, but didn’t really LOVE it, although the lead actor is very endearing.Who else has seen a good movie lately?

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