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Entertainment PHOTOS January Jones and Kiernan Shipka reproduce their 2011 Golden Globes look

15:05  01 march  2021
15:05  01 march  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

January Jones and Kiernan Shipka still fit in Golden Globes dresses from 2011

  January Jones and Kiernan Shipka still fit in Golden Globes dresses from 2011 January Jones and Kiernan Shipka still fit in Golden Globes dresses from 2011 For the 2011 Golden Globes, the 43-year-old actress wore a plunging red cutout Versace gown, and she decided to dig it out of her closet on Sunday to see if it still fit a decade later to celebrate this year's awards show, which was mostly virtual.

PHOTOS January Jones et Kiernan Shipka reproduisent leur look des Golden Globes de 2011 © Instagram PHOTOS January Jones and Kiernan Shipka reproduce their 2011 Golden Globes look As she prepared for the 2021 Golden Globes, January Jones has found in her closet the Versace dress she wore at the 2011 ceremony. Kiernan Shipa, who played her daughter in Mad Men at the time, also redesigned her look at the time.

The 2021 edition of the Golden Globes, largely dominated by The Crown series, took place this Sunday, February 28. The ceremony is punctuated by the awards given to stars who have shone over the past year, but is much more than that: on social media, the stars like to share behind the scenes of the event. In particular their outfit fittings, which can bring back good memories. January Jones posted on Instagram a photo of her in a beautiful low-cut dress from the house of Versace. Her biggest fans recognized her right away: this is the one she wore in 2011 on the red carpet at the Golden Globes. "Ten years later, I'm (pretty much) still fine," the actress laughed. "Ten years ago, Versace gave me an dream dress for the Golden Globes," she said in her story, adding that she had difficulty putting it back on. “Part of the problem,” she explained, pointing to a donut. And I had a child, too. January Jones had indeed given birth to a baby boy in September 2011 , eight months after the ceremony.

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Kiernan Shipka in turn dresses like in 2011

In January 2011, January Jones was at the Golden Globes as an actress for Mad Men , AMC's hit series where she played Betty Draper, the wife of advertising Don Draper (Jon Hamm). At the time, she gave the answer to an 11-year-old actress: Kiernan Shipka! Long before she took center stage with her role as Sabrina Spellman in The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, the actress began her career at the age of six and went on roles. But it is with that of Sally, the eldest daughter of the Draper family, that she began to make a name for herself in 2007. In this month of January 2011, she was already part of the main cast of Mad Men and had therefore participated in the Golden Globes with his fictional mother.

Seeing the photo of January Jones in her Versace dress, Kiernan Shipka had an idea: she went for an outfit similar to the one she wore at age 11 and posted the result on Instagram. "Hey, January Jones, it looks like we're going to dress like ten years ago for the Golden Globes," she laughed. A post which greatly amused its subscribers, some of whom were very touched to see that the women of the Draper family were still accomplices ten years after their passage on this red carpet which evokes so many memories.

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