Who needs color? Stars wear black and white to Golden Globes

Who needs color? Stars wear black and white to Golden Globes

Celebrities including Charlize Theron, Amber Heard, Darren Criss and Rachel Weisz wore black and white ensembles to the Golden Globes.
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