Blake Lively is the ultimate Grecian goddess at Golden Globes

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It was all eyes on Blake Lively as she hit the Golden Globes red carpet on Sunday night.

The actress was the epitome of Grecian goddess in a beautiful black halter Atelier Versace dress with a sequin metallic trim.

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Blake looked incredible as she hit the red carpet

And the best part about the gown? It had pockets!

The actress showed off her incredible curves as she posed up a storm on the red carpet.

Topping off the look was a sleek updo and dewy, natural make-up.

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The star wowed in Atelier Versace

She was flanked by her movie star husband Ryan Reynolds, who looked dapped in a sleek black tuxedo.

Blake was in attendance to support Ryan, who is nominated in the Best Actor category for his role in Deadpool.

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Blake and Ryan made for quite the handsome couple

The pair looked gorgeous together, giving us all major #couplegoals! The pair were spending some quality time together, having left their two children at home to enjoy a date night. 

Blake and Ryan welcomed baby Ines back in September, and are parents to James, two. 

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The pair giggled away as they posed for the cameras

Earlier today, Blake gave fans a glimpse of her look with a behind-the-scenes shot of her getting ready.

"I did not wake up like this," she captioned the shot, thanking her glam squad. 

I did not wake up like this. Thank you @rodortega4hair @kristoferbuckle @enamelle @lorealmakeup @lorealhair

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