Here’s how the Middle East dominated this year’s Golden Globe Awards

From awards and nominations to simply slaying on the red carpet; these Middle Eastern talents made our region proud at the 76th Golden Globes
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Here’s how the Middle East dominated this year’s Golden Globe Awards

It’s safe to say the Middle East is making its mark on Hollywood. From Lebanese director Nadine Labaki’s first-ever Golden Globe nomination for best motion picture, Capernaum, in the Foreign Language category, to American-Egyptian actor Rami Malek taking home the win for Best Performance by an Actor for Bohemian Rhapsody, we're proud to say we crushed it.

As for the fashion game? Well no surprise there, Middle Eastern designers dressed some of the hottest stars who graced the red carpet. Catherine Zeta Jones and Anne Hathaway both looked iconic in Elie Saab, while Halle Berry and Kristin Bell stunned in Zuhair Murad.

Patricia Clarkson stole the show in a gorgeous orange gown by Georges Chakra, walking away with a win for Best Supporting Actress in a Series for her turn in Sharp Objects.

Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture Nominee, Melissa McCarthy, for her role in Can You Ever Forgive Me? looked as graceful as ever in a bright purple Reem Acra gown.

Emirati designer Ahmed Alkhyeli made his Golden Globes red-carpet debut, dressing Riverdale star Lili Reinhart in a breathtaking red gown from his London-based label, Khyeli Couture.

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