Stars Hit The Red Carpet For The 2018 Critics' Choice Awards

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Last night the red carpet at the Critics' Choice Awards 2018 in LA was very different to that of the Golden Globes. Why?

Many celebrities graced the red carpet of the fashion extravaganza clad in their best outfits with attractive smiles pasted on their faces.

"The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" creator Amy Sherman-Palladino, who picked up a best comedy award at Critics' Choice, echoed the hope that the conversation and movement would continue to make an impact.

Moss thanked critics for "embracing the show from the beginning" as she accepted the award.

The Aussie actress is already dominating the awards season, thanks to her celebrated role as abused housewife Celeste Wright in TV drama Big Little Lies.

Jay Pharaoh presented the first award of the night for Best Comedy to The Big Sick after opening the show with a freestyle rapping skit alongside host, Olivia Munn.

Meanwhile Allison Janney, who won an award for I, Tonya, opted for a bold, blue floor-length dress.

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Ewan McGregor was declared victor for playing a double role in the third season of Fargo.

RuPaul, Shark Tank, The Voice, and Born This Way took the top honours for Reality Television shows.

However, it was Gal Gadot that really took the spotlight when she collected the SeeHer award in a silver shimmering Prada number.

Tony says the big victor of the evening was 'The Shape of Water, ' taking home 4 awards: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Production Design and Best Score.

Guillermo del Toro's Cold War fantasy romance "The Shape of Water" leads all nominees with 14 bids. Her co-star Sam Rockwell continued the winning streak by picking up the Best Supporting Actor award. So, in what will surely provoke this year's version of #OscarsSoWhite outrage, I expect that Franco will still land a best actor Oscar nom on January 23.

Legendary Roger Deakins won Best Cinematography for his work in Blade Runner 2049. Mark Bridges of Daniel Day-Lewis' Phantom Thread won Best Costume Design.