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Expectant Stars Take a Pregnant Pause on the Golden Globes Red Carpet

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Watchers of the 2014 Golden Globes red carpet were seeing red — the hot color this year — but the carpet also featured a succession of glowing moms-to-be.

Drew Barrymore, Olivia Wilde, and "Scandal" star Kerry Washington all proudly boasted baby bumps in three very different gowns.

Expectant Stars Take a Pregnant Pause on the Golden Globes Red Carpet

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Barrymore was her typical daring self. The 38-year-old star, who's expecting her second baby girl this spring (daughter Olive is 1), wore a bold pink and red flowery Monique Lhuillier dress, just in time for the release of her new nature photography book, "Find It in Everything," due out this week.

[Related: Check Out Photos From the Golden Globes Red Carpet]

"She's making a pregnant lady feel really good right now," Barrymore told E!'s Ryan Seacrest of her famous designer. "It was so undramatic. You try on several dresses and look really not so great. And then you try on one and you're like 'That's it, I'm done.'" Indeed, Barrymore was no shrinking violet in this gown!

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Washington, nominated for Best Actress in a Television Series Drama, kept things classy with a stunning off-white Balenciaga gown that showed off her adorable bun in the oven. "I have the best date of the night — my little accessory here," the actress told E! as she patted her belly.

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And Wilde had the competition green with envy in a glittery emerald Gucci gown, but she also dished that she was having trouble getting used to her latest pregnancy-related accessory: Big boobs. The "Rush" star told red carpet host Ryan Seacrest she doesn't know what to do with them! As for her baby's due date, Wilde joked, "May the 4th be with you."