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March 02, 2021

Demi Moore, 58, Wears a Stunning White Gown in a Throwback Photo from the 1984 Golden Globes

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Deni Moore looked like a goddess in a white gown and sheer-like shawl during the 1984 Golden Globes, and fans can’t get enough of it.

The 2021 Golden Globes event just saw several gorgeous stars all dolled up to walk the red carpet and celebrate several great films, actors, actresses, and directors,

Several stars took to social media throwback photos to celebrate the highly-anticipated event, looking their best on the red carpet, including Demi Moore.

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The actress shared a throwback from the 1984 Golden Globe, where she looked absolutely stunning in a white gown. She captioned the Instagram post:

“Bringing it back to 1984. Happy Golden Globes night!”

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Many of Moore’s fans and followers left sweet compliments in the comments section, including a handful who left heart-eye and fire emojis for the beautiful lady.

The “Monster-In-Law” star received the prestigious award because of her 50-year career and tremendous activist work.

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Moore received two Golden Globe nominations throughout her career, including a Best Actress in a Television Motion Picture for her 1997 film, “If These Walls Could Talk,” which was also nominated for Best Television Motion Picture.

The star also received a Golden Globes nod for Best Actress in a Motion Picture in the Musical or Comedy category for her performance in the 1991 movie “Ghost.”

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Aside from Moore, Reese Witherspoon also shared throwback snaps from the Golden Globes. The “Legally Blonde” star shared photos wearing an elegant white strapless gown with diamond earrings. She captioned the post:

“Does anybody else look through old photos and think, ‘ remember when we had places to go and friends to see’? I miss playing dress up.”

This year’s Golden Globes celebrated many celebrities' talents, including Jane Fonda, who received the Cecile B. De Mille award, as mentioned by Hollywood Foreign Press Association President Ali Sar.

The “Monster-In-Law” star received the prestigious award because of her 50-year career and the tremendous activist work she has done, using her voice to raise pressing issues.

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