A man so great he needs another man to carry his train! Billy Porter is the king of slaying the red carpet and the 2020 Golden Globes is no different.
The 50-year-old actor, who was nominated for his role on Pose at Sunday's show, arrived in an all-white look, featuring satin pants, white boots, a white button-down shirt, and a white jacket that had a lengthy feather train.
The envy of brides everywhere, Porter's train was so long that another man, rocking a black tuxedo, had to carry it in his wake. Designer Alex Vinash opened up to ET about Porter's six-foot long train, revealing that the exquisite ensemble took 465 hours to make over the course of three months. It was made up of 30,000 feathers, hand-sewn in by nine people. There were also 4,000 Swarovski crystals sewn into the look.
Porter spoke with ET special guest co-host Sharon Osbourne on the red carpet about his dashing ensemble.
"Listen, the jewels are Tiffany, so they were very kind to sort of loan me some jewels today. The outfit is Alex Vinash and the shoes are custom," he told ET. "You know it started here last year and now that you're building something, it is an amazing, amazing time... I'm so blessed to see the day where a little black sissy boy like me can have this kind of success."
Prior to the ceremony, Porter wasn't sure if he'd take home a trophy.
"I would love to win, but I'm going to act like I don't want to," he said. "Simultaneously, I have to always say this as artists, it's about the work. It really, truly is about the work and for my own sanity, that's what I'll say because win or lose, I'ma keep it moving."