The countdown to Sunday's 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards is on, and our own Nancy O'Dell and Cojo take you inside the Beverly Hilton as the producers put on the finishing touches -- and Cojo makes his fashion predictions!
"I see Natalie Portman being the black swan and a white swan," says Cojo of the pregnant 'Black Swan' star. "She's such a delicate and petite, gorgeous creature, I see her in French chic."
As for Sandra Bullock's look, Cojo says, "Sandra, this is the best year for you. I have such great news: The pressure is off. You don't have to wear a train that circles the red carpet, you don't have to look like Carmen Miranda with a hat and feathers. You could just be you. I see you as very chic and simple. You're an Oscar winner now. Go for dignified chic."
No longer attached to Ryan Reynolds, Cojo has a new recipe for Scarlett Johansson: "Scarlett, you're single and you're ready to mingle. I see you in a short, sexy little black number, shimmering, I see legs for days. So call me the Millionaire Matchmaker."
"Nicole Kidman, the expectations with you are so high, the bar is beyond into the universe and the galaxy," adds Cojo. "You were once my best-dressed woman in Hollywood. You were so chic. Then you lost your way somehow; you went into bad dressing land. The Globes is a time to redeem yourself. I've got a sash and a tiara with me and I'm ready to crown you Miss Golden Globes on the red carpet."
The Beverly Hilton is buzzing with activity as an army of workers gets the show ready, and Nancy says, "The Golden Globes set is always one of the biggest secrets. It's never revealed until show time, but I can see the stage in full … and I can tell you the room is filled with those Swarovski crystals."
The stage features 30,000 crystals shipped from Austria specially for the show, and between all the nominees and presenters, there will be approximately 300 stars at the event, from Brad and Angelina to Alec Baldwin and Renee Zellweger and everybody in between.
"We know the celebrities like to party a little bit at the Golden Globes, so anything could happen," says Nancy.
The 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards will be broadcast live Sunday at 5 p.m. (PST) on NBC. Watch the video for all the preparation excitement…