Beyonce and Her Giant Sleeves Were Late to the 2020 Golden Globes

She (and the sleeves) was worth the wait

When it comes to Beyoncé Knowles-Carter and award shows, the first question that comes to mind isn't about what she'll wear or how she'll do her hair — it's if she'll even show up. Lucky enough for everyone though, Beyoncé did show up to the 2020 Golden Globes, albeit a little late.

The multi-hyphenate, who was at the ceremony to support her work in Disney's 2019 The Lion King, snuck into The Beverly Hilton ballroom alongside husband Jay-Z wearing a stunning, custom Schiaparelli Haute Couture gown, designed by Daniel Roseberry. With big, structured golden sleeves, fitted black bodice, and plunging squared-off neckline, the look was truly impossible to miss. Unsurprisingly, her glam was just as stunning, with a honey-glazed complexion, neutral glossy lip, and a sleek and simple middle-part, similar to the hairstyle she wore the European premiere of The Lion King.

"Spirit" the song recorded and co-written by Beyoncé for the soundtrack of Disney's 2019 The Lion King, and the companion album The Lion King: The Gift, was nominated for Best Original Song — Motion Picture, at the 2020 Golden Globes. It is Beyonce's fourth Golden Globe nomination to date, following nominations for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture — Musical or Comedy, and Best Original Song — Motion Picture for 2007's Dreamgirls, as well as Best Original Song — Motion Picture for 2009's Cadillac Records.

See Beyonce's full 2020 Golden Globes look, below.

Photo courtesy of Schiaparelli