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LGBTQ+ Golden Globes Winners & Nominees: Kristen Stewart, Sarah Paulson, Ariana DeBose, Billy Porter, Michaela Jaé Rodriguez

Ariana DeBose, Cynthia Erivo, Kristen Stewart

In celebration of Pride Month we give a shout out to a few of our many LGBTQ+ Golden Globe nominees and winners from 80 years of paying homage to the best in Entertainment. They have been an inspiration to many, both on and off screen – and also on the red carpet.


Kristen Stewart  – Best Actress Nominee – Spencer (2022) has a long collab with Chanel. She is daring in her choices, never taking herself too seriously but always pushing the boundaries of style into new frontiers.


Sarah Paulson has four nominations and one win in 2017 for Best Actress – Limited Series, Anthology Series or Television Series Motion Picture for The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story. Her style is old world classic. Cut is the secret to her impact.


Evan Rachel Wood has three nominations including Westworld, Mildred Pierce and Thirteen back in 2004. No one does trousers better – usually long and wide so they cover shoes.


In 2022, Michaela Antonia Jaé Rodriguez became the first trans woman to win a Golden Globe Award for her role in Pose. Today’s gallery looks at the style and fashion of just a few of the many in the LGBTQ+ community who have been nominated or taken home a Golden Globe for incredible performances. We also look at their impact on the red carpet and in the fashion stakes.


Elliot Page, 2008’s nominee for Juno tends towards black, but has been getting creative with lapel adornments.


Ariana DeBose can do retro or modern. She understands the silhouette and knows how to use it.


Scroll through. Be inspired. We are!

Kristen StewartKristen Stewart
Sarah PaulsonSarah Paulson
Ariana DeBose Ariana DeBose

Billy PorterBilly Porter

Anna PaquinAnna Paquin

 Evan Rachel Wood Cynthia Nixon Matt Bomer

Elliot PageElliot Page
Cynthia ErivoCynthia Erivo
Michaela Jaé RodriguezMichaela Jaé Rodriguez
Jodi FosterJodi Foster

Pedro AlmodóvarBen Whishaw

Marilyn Monroe and Rock Hudson at the Golden Globes, 19621954, Jean Simmons and Rock Hudson

Back before the Golden Globe was called the Golden Globe, one of its predecessors was known as the Henrietta Award. Rock Hudson took that award in 1959, 1960, 1961, 1963 for the ‘World Film Favorites’ category. He was a heartthrob of his era paired with some of the most glamorous leading ladies from Elizabeth Taylor in Giant (1956), to Claudia Cardinale in 1968 in A Fine Pair.


In 1957 and 1959, he was voted the most popular actor in American cinema.


Along with Cary Grant, 1957 had him regarded as one of the best-dressed male stars in Hollywood.


We celebrate all in the LGBTQ+ community. A special shoutout this Pride Month to those who bring their talent to the red carpet – both in front of the lights, and in preparation for the spotlight. We thank you!