To celebrate, we've rounded up all of the sexiest Golden Globes gowns over the last decade, including Jennifer Lopez, Jennifer Aniston and Alicia Vikander.
From J-Lo's sheer lace gown by Zuhair Murad, to Jennifer Aniston's low-cut black gown, there have been some daring styles over the years.
Most recently, Catherine Zeta Jones wore a sheer, tulle gown at last year's awards while Jessica Biel wore a showstopping Elie Saab plunge dress the year before.
And it seems thigh-slits are on trend, with a number of celebs including Halle Barry, Heidi Klum and Charlize Theron all choosing to show off their toned pins on the red carpet.
J-Lo is also a fan of the style, and in 2015 wore a cape gown featuring a thigh-high slit and plunge neckline.
Cut-out gowns are also a favourite on the red carpet.
In 2017, Olivia Culpo wore an extravagant Zuhair Murad gown with crossover cut-out detail while Taylor Schilling wore a similar-shaped gown in 2015.
Two years ago, Jennifer Lawrence stepped out in a red Dior number, complete with cut-out waist and jewelled collar.
Both Kate Hudson and Rosamund Pike wore similar gowns.
While Kate opted for Versace, Rosamund chose Vera Wang.
Sequins have also been hugely popular, with Lea Michele, Jenna Dewan and Thandie Newton all opting for glitzy styles.
We're also obsessed with the simplicity of Alicia Vikander's Louis Vuitton gown from 2016.
With this year's awards just days away, we can't wait to see what the fashion pack wear.
And if they're anything like years gone by, we can expect sheer tulle fabrics, plunge necklines and plenty of Zuhair Murad designs!
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