Golden Globes flashback! See what the 1999 ceremony looked like
From Gwyneth Paltrow to Michael J. Fox, see the stars who graced the Golden Globes two decades ago.
Angie makes a splash
Angelina Jolie, who nabbed an award for playing tragic fashion model Gia Carangi in the HBO drama "Gia," wore a sequined Randolph Duke gown that hugged her curves. After the ceremony, the actress celebrated her victory by jumping into the Beverly Hilton's pool — while still in her dress.
Cameron's odd ensemble
Cameron Diaz, who was up for best actress in a musical or comedy for "There's Something About Mary," puzzled viewers with her offbeat ensemble, which paired a kimono-inspired wrap with wide-leg trousers.
The great Cate
Cate Blanchett rocked a simple black gown featuring elegant spaghetti straps and beaded details. She won a best actress in a movie musical or comedy category for portraying Queen Elizabeth I in "Elizabeth."
Charlize Theron and Stephan Jenkins
Charlize Theron shined in a sparkly sleeveless black sequined gown. The actress showed up with her boyfriend at the time, rocker Stephan Jenkins of Third Eye Blind.
Don splits a win
Don Cheadle tied with Hollywood legend Gregory Peck in the best supporting actor in a television series, miniseries or television film category for his performance as Sammy Davis Jr. in HBO's television film "The Rat Pack."
Like her "The X-Files" co-star David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson was nominated for a Golden Globe every year from 1996 to 1999. Both actors took home awards in 1997.
Gwyneth Paltrow, who wore a shiny satin skirt with a black top to the ceremony, won a best actress award for "Shakespeare in Love." The actress, who had an on-and-off-romance with co-star Ben Affleck from 1997 until 2000, attended the ceremony with her little brother, Jake Paltrow.
Hollywood legend Jack Nicholson, in a classic tux, was presented with the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement.
Jim brings the laughs
Jim Carrey, wearing a navy blue suit with dark blue shirt, won the best actor award for a drama film for his somber turn in "The Truman Show." The versatile actor had the crowd in stitches with his hilarious speech, in which he poked fun at his offbeat work in previous films, including "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective."
Keri's surprise win
Keri Russell looked on trend for the late 1990s in her orange bandeau top and matching skirt featuring embroidered overlay. The actress, who sported sandals to the ceremony, nabbed a surprise win in the best actress in a TV drama category for "Felicity."
Laura Dern and Billy Bob Thornton
Laura Dern, nominated for "The Baby Dance," looked picture-perfect with then-fiancé Billy Bob Thornton. Dern lost to newcomer Angelina Jolie.
You've got Meg
Meg Ryan rocked a late-'90s look when she paired a form-fitting gray T-shirt with a yellow full-length skirt. The "You've Got Mail" star was bested by Gwyneth Paltrow in the best actress in a movie musical or comedy category.
Antonio Banderas and Melanie Griffith
Antonio Banderas, nominated for his role in "The Mask of Zorro," strolled the red carpet in matching black ensembles with then-wife Melanie Griffith.
Meryl and her mom
Oscar winner Meryl Streep, wearing a buttoned-up black frock, arrived to the ceremony with a special date — her mom, Mary Wilkinson. Streep has earned a record 30 Golden Globe nominations throughout her career.
Fox and some friends
Michael J. Fox, Keri Russell and Dylan McDermott were all smiles after winning awards in their categories for their performances in "Spin City," "Felicity" and "The Practice," respectively.
Funnyman Robin Williams
Comedian and actor Robin Williams skipped the tie that year. Williams was nominated for "Patch Adams," but lost to veteran British actor Michael Caine for his performance in "Little Voice."
Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick
Less than two years after tying the knot, Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick looked adorable together on the red carpet. Parker was nominated for playing Carrie Bradshaw on "Sex and the City," but lost to Jenna Elfman.
Sharon Stone and Phil Bronstein
Sharon Stone, nominated for "The Mighty," wore an eye-catching orange ensemble as she walked the red carpet with her then-hubby, journalist Phil Bronstein.
Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins
Susan Sarandon, in a black tuxedo-style gown, walked the red carpet with then-beau Tim Robbins and teen daughter Eva Amurri (with ex-love Franco Amurri). Sarandon was nominated for best actress in a drama for "Stepmom," but lost to Cate Blanchett.
Téa Leoni and David Duchovny
Pregnant Téa Leoni supported then-hubby David Duchovny, who was nominated for "The X-Files." The couple welcomed their first child, a daughter, Madelaine West Duchovny, just a few months after the ceremony.
Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson
Oscar winner Hanks, nominated for his performance in "Saving Private Ryan," attended the ceremony with wife Rita Wilson, who rocked a stylish black tank top and black embellished pants.
Annette Bening and Warren Beatty
Annette Bening and her hubby, Hollywood legend Warren Beatty, wore matching black suits to the ceremony. Beatty was nominated in the best actor and best screenplay categories for his 1998 comedy "Bulworth."