What Stars Like Amy Schumer and Lady Gaga Will Wear to the Golden Globe Awards

What will the stars wear on the Golden Globe Awards red carpet this Sunday?

What will the stars wear on the Golden Globe Awards red carpet this Sunday? FABLife co-host and frequent ET contributor Joe Zee gave us the fashion rundown!

Jennifer Lawrence: The Joy star has joked with fellow Golden Globe Award nominee and BFF Amy Schumer that they will wear the same dress, and Zee is all for it. "I think if anybody's going to do it, these two would," he told ET. "And of course you know that J.Law has to wear Dior, because she has her contract for three more years."

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Cate Blanchett: "I heard through the grapevine that Givenchy is a contender," said Zee. There's only one problem -- Blanchett's Carol co-star Rooney Mara frequently wears creations from the designer label. "Givenchy cannot dress both nominees, so we're going to have to see who battles that out and who wins."

Lady Gaga: The pop star is expected to ditch her outrageous ways for a more classical tone. "I saw her at the Emmys. She looked phenomenal. She wore Brandon Maxwell, who's been her stylist for the last couple of years, and right now he's become the hottest
breakout new designer on the red carpet," Zee said.

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Taraji P. Henson: "She's good buddies with designer Alexander Wang and they were dates at the Met Gala earlier this year," Zee said of the Empire star. "She wore him to the Emmys and was on a lot of 'Best Dressed' lists, so I think she's definitely going to wear him again."

Overall, Zee says to expect a lot of black and white on the red carpet, but despite the chilly temperature, he's not predicting any heavy garments.

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"More flowy and lace, sheer and cutouts -- a little bit more romantic," Zee said.

The 2016 Golden Globes, hosted by Ricky Gervais, will air live on Sunday, Jan. 10, at 8 p.m. ET/ 5 p.m. PT on NBC.