Entity reports on women's fashion at The Golden Globes.
Kristen Bell, Amanda Peet, Olivia Culpo

Looking your best on the red carpet is about more than wearing a good dress – you need perfect posture, too. Most of the actresses at the Golden Globes got it right on the night, according to a leading expert on the subject.

“There was much better posture on the red carpet than in past years and that signifies Hollywood is returning to the days of glamour,” said Dr. Paul Drew, author of the book “Red Carpet Posture.”

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Dr. Paul, a posture coach and physical therapist, has shared exclusively with ENTITY his list of the good, the bad and the ugly of the poses on the Golden Globes red carpet.

THE GOOD

Kristin Bell looks as if she owns the red carpet with her good posture and intense focus on the cameras as she stands level and tall.

Kristen Bell, Golden Globes. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Rob Latour/REX/Shutterstock

Kristen Bell, Golden Globes. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Rob Latour/REX/Shutterstock

Jessica Chastain has such great posture while rocking that blue dress that I might call my next book “Blue Carpet Posture.”

Jessica Chastain, Golden Globes. Mandatory Credit: Photo by BEI/Shutterstock

Jessica Chastain, Golden Globes. Mandatory Credit: Photo by BEI/Shutterstock

Brie Larson’s perfect posture makes her dress look even more glamorous.

Brie Larson, Golden Globes. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jim Smeal/BEI/Shutterstock

Brie Larson, Golden Globes. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jim Smeal/BEI/Shutterstock

THE BAD

Giuliana Rancic really needs a lot of help with her red carpet posture. She needs to put her shoulders back and stand tall.

Giuliana Rancic, Golden Globes. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Rob Latour/REX/Shutterstock

Giuliana Rancic, Golden Globes. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Rob Latour/REX/Shutterstock

Amanda Peet needs to keep her shoulders level.

Amanda Peet, Golden Globes. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Rob Latour/REX/Shutterstock

Amanda Peet, Golden Globes. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Rob Latour/REX/Shutterstock

Amy Landecker needs to stand up straighter to improve her posture – she looks as if she is falling forward.

Amy Landecker, Golden Globes. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Rob Latour/REX/Shutterstock

Amy Landecker, Golden Globes. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Rob Latour/REX/Shutterstock

THE UGLY

Emily Ratajkowski looks as if she is all twisted. This posture reminds me of a Picasso. Stand up straight!

Emily Ratajkowski, Golden Globes. Mandatory Credit: Photo by BEI/Shutterstock

Emily Ratajkowski, Golden Globes. Mandatory Credit: Photo by BEI/Shutterstock

Olivia Culpo should not tilt her head to one side – if she kept her head level her dress would look great.

Olivia Culpo, Golden Globes. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jim Smeal/BEI/Shutterstock

Olivia Culpo, Golden Globes. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jim Smeal/BEI/Shutterstock

Yvette Nicole Brown has one hip sticking out too much to the side and needs to get a little more straight with her feet more even.

Yvette Nicole Brown, Golden Globes. Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX/Shutterstock

Yvette Nicole Brown, Golden Globes. Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX/Shutterstock

MOST IMPROVED

I’ll give Nicole Kidman and Ruth Negga credit. They’ve shown great improvement with their red carpet posture and each now puts her stomach in and shoulders back.

Nicole Kidman, Mandatory Credit: Photo by BEI/Shutterstock. Ruth Negga, Mandatory Credit: Photo by BEI/Shutterstock.

Nicole Kidman, Mandatory Credit: Photo by BEI/Shutterstock. Ruth Negga, Mandatory Credit: Photo by BEI/Shutterstock

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