Did They Plan This? Matching Stars was the Golden Globes' Biggest Trend

From ladies in red Jennifer Lawrence and Zooey Deschanel to blushing beauties Megan Fox, Amy Adams and Hayden Panettiere, see all the Globes' fashion copycats.

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2013 Golden Globes Red Carpet Twins

The 2013 Golden Globes brought us many new faces, fresh fashions and inspiring beauty trends.

But this year also brought us some ... well, copycat fashions, with many starlets showing up in (gasp!) nearly identical gowns.

Sure, every red carpet has colors, fabrics, designs and silhouettes that dominate the red carpet, but Sundays night's red carpet saw so many lookalike dresses, it almost seemed like some stars had planned it.

There was Zooey Deschanel and Jennifer Lawrence in strapless, long red ball gowns, and Marion Cotillard only distinguishing her red strapless dress and gold belt from Lawrence's Dior red dress and gold belt with a shorter hemline.

Then there was the parade of strapless, blush mermaid styles worn by Hayden Panettiere, Amy Adams and Megan Fox.

But these ladies in red and blushing beauties were far from the Golden Globes' only fashion copycats.

Click through our gallery to see all the red carpet lookalikes.

What do you think of all the stars in similar styles? Is it just a case of "great minds think alike" or a boring case of too many stars playing it safe? Weigh in with your take in the comments below.


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  • dan

    Most of new releases are simply remakes of remakes of old remakes so why should the stars have any changing for their clothing. Halle Berry is going to wear something split up one leg or the other. Couple of them are going to have a gown on split in front down to her waist(thanks goodness for double-sided tape). Some of the are going to have a dress that is flared out at the bottow that makes them look stupid. But at least all these repeats will have been made by a 'famous' designer so that makes it all right to dress like a clown and go out in public.