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In pictures: The seven best-dressed celebs of the 2019 BAFTAs

The 2019 BAFTAs took place on February 10th 2019 at 7 pm.

This year they weren’t aired live on BBC One, the awards were on TV two hours later at 9 pm.

English actress, activist and former model Joanna Lumley hosted the 72nd British Academy Film Awards.

In 2018 women attended the awards wearing all-black as part of the Times Up movement.

This year saw an array of showstopping dresses from dreamy chiffon to red lace, here’s the best dressed of the BAFTA’s 2019!

Margot Robbie

Anyone who watched Robbie play Tonya Harding in ‘I, Tonya’ in 2018 will recognise her incredible ability as an actress.

In 2019 she was up for a nomination for playing Queen Elizabeth I in Mary Queen of Scots.

Unlucky for Margot she didn’t take home a BAFTA, but she slayed the red carpet looking regal as ever in this Chanel number.

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Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga is probably more used to picking up musical awards but this year she was nominated for a BAFTA!

She played Ally in ‘A Star is Born’ alongside Bradley Cooper and was expected to sashay down the red carpet.

Gaga didn’t attend the awards due to having to perform at the Grammys in the USA.

And while she was busy singing another rendition of ‘The Shallows’, her on-screen love showed up to the BAFTAs, picked up their award for Best Original Music and made it onto the best dressed list.

(Photo by Karwai Tang/WireImage)

Amy Adams

No stranger to a BAFTA nomination, Amy Adams was up again but this time for her role as Lynne Cheney in ‘Vice’.

Even though she didn’t take home an award, she still managed to be one of the best dressed in this fitted floor-length gown.

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Viola Davis

Remember Fences which saw Viola act opposite Denzel Washington in 2017? Then you’ll know of Viola’s showstopping acting talent.

Viola was nominated for a Leading Actress BAFTA for her role in Widows but lost out to The Favourite’s Olivia Colman.

LONDON, ENGLAND – FEBRUARY 10: Viola Davis attends the EE British Academy Film Awards at Royal Albert Hall on February 10, 2019 in London, England. (Photo by Jeff Spicer/Getty Images)

Claire Foy

Claire Foy is probably best known for playing Queen Elizabeth II in The Crown.

She’s obviously got a flair for playing leading ladies as she also played Janet Armstrong in the 2018 movie First Man.

Claire was nominated for Best Supporting Actress and looked stunning in this emerald green ensemble.

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Rachel Weisz

For her incredible performance as Lady Sarah in the 2018 film The Favourite, Rachel Weisz took home a BAFTA award for Best Supporting Actress.

It looks like warring with Emma Stone to be the Queen’s favourite pays off after all.

(Photo by Karwai Tang/WireImage)

Salma Hayek

Although Salma wasn’t among the nominees this year, she pretty much stole the show on the red carpet.

She attended the awards with her husband, Francois-Henri Pinault and oozed glamour in a floor-length black one-shoulder dress complete with a chameleon brooch.

(Photo by Karwai Tang/WireImage)




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After studying for her BA in Journalism at Solent University, Helen went straight into writing for GRV Media as years of binge-watching the Real Housewives of Atlanta finally started to pay off. Helen has been with the company for over three years, writing about reality TV and specialising in USA and UK content. Outside of work you’ll find her rustling up Nigella’s latest recipes, or at the beach walking her dog.