AceShowbiz - A bunch of the biggest names in the industry helped kicked off the awards season by showing up at the 22nd Critics' Choice Awards on Sunday, December 11. Many A-listers managed to steal the spotlight as they walked the annual event's red carpet on Santa Monica Airport's Barker Hangar.
Among those turning heads with their respective stunning dresses were Jessica Biel and Mandy Moore, who both sported outfits with plunging neckline. The former donned a teal-and-black gown with belt around her waist. Letting her wavy hair cascade down her shoulders, she wore natural makeup and looked simply gorgeous when she posed along with husband Justin Timberlake, who went with a classic black suit over a white button-down shirt.
As for Moore, the "This Is Us" star showed her cleavage in a navy blue dress with cut-outs on both sides. Also letting her brunette hair down, she completed her look with a simple long necklace and diamond earrings.
Other beauties lighting up the red carpet were Ariel Winter, Emmy Rossum and Bella Thorne, who looked glamorous in black dresses with metallic details. The "Modern Family" star showed some skin in a floor-length number with sheer back and cut-outs on the waist.
Rossum was stylish in a plunging dress paired with black-and-silver heels, while Thorne ditched her underwear in a sheer, glittery gown that flaunted her long legs and underboob. The former Disney darling tied her bright orange hair in a ponytail and showed some rings and gold bangles on her hands.
The 2016 Critics' Choice Awards is hosted by "Silicon Valley" star T.J. Miller. Other famous faces attending the Sunday festivity included Emma Stone, Sarah Hyland, Bryce Dallas Howard, Michelle Williams and Amy Adams.
In movie categories, Stone's film "La La Land" leads the nominees with a total of 12 noms. Adam's "Arrival" follows closely behind with 10. Meanwhile, "The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story", "Game of Thrones", "The Night Manager" and "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" are among shows that dominate the TV field.