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The Sexiest Golden Globes Dresses of All Time

The Sexiest Golden Globes Dresses of All Time

The A-list has given us plenty of thigh-high slits, cut outs and ample décolletage.

From Cher's midriff-baring number to Scarlett Johansson's iconic red Calvin Klein dress, we're taking a look back at the sexiest looks to sweep the Golden Globes red carpet.



Jayne Mansfield

The film siren chose a lingerie-inspired gown with balconnette top for the 1958 award's ceremony.



Cher

We can always count on this diva to give us an over-the-top look. In true '70s fashion, Cher donned this skin-baring two-piece.



Cybil Shepard

A cold shoulder and slit-up to there is exactly what the year 1986 called for.



Dyan Cannon

The actress channeled a sexy, sequin genie in this outfit for her appearance at the 1988 Golden Globes.



Andie Macdowell

It's not always about a down-to-there neckline, a backdress frock can be just as sexy as Macdowell proved in 1991.



Heather Locklear

The blonde bombshell was always known for her sex appeal, so it's no surprise she rocked this risqué side-split gown in 1996.



Madonna

Always known for risqué style, the queen of pop kept it classic in 1997 albeit with ample cleavage.



Jennifer Lopez

The diva dared to bare her rock-hard midriff in Valentino in 1998.



Angelina Jolie

The daring actress stunned in a body-hugging Randolph Duke grown for the 1999 ceremony.



Kim Cattrall

As one of the sexiest characters in the hit show Sex and the City, Catrall gave us red-hot siren at the Globes in 2003.



Heather Graham

A sheer skirt and ample décolletage was sure to land Graham on the sexiest dressed list in 2003.



Salma Hayek

Not only was a knockout in red, but Hayek's curve-hugging Narciso Rodriguez gown was one we'll never forget from the 2003 ceremony.

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