Gillian Anderson Fans Spot Rude Detail After Zooming In On Star’s Golden Globe Dress

Fans have zoomed in on Gillian Anderson's Golden Globes dress and noticed a rude detail.
Credit: Alamy

Fans have noticed a raunchy detail when zooming in on Gillian Anderson’s Golden Globes dress.

Anderson, 55, is never scared of causing a stir and last night, her appearance at the Golden Globes was no exception.

She wore a beautifully glamorous floor-length white gown on the red carpet.

But when fans zoomed in, they noticed one rather rude detail on the dress.

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You likely most recognise Gillian Anderson as FBI Special Agent Dana Scully in The X-Files series.

However, in more recent years, she’s also enjoyed roles as DSU Stella Gibson in the crime drama television series The Fall, s** therapist Jean Milburn in the Netflix comedy-drama S** Education, and British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in the drama series The Crown.

Over her career, Anderson has won two Primetime Emmy Awards, two Golden Globe Awards, and four Screen Actors Guild Awards.

And perhaps even more impressively, she’s also maintained the impression of being a genuinely cool and lovely person.

Gillian Anderson at the 2024 Golden Globes.
Gillian Anderson’s Golden Globe dress caused a stir. Credit: Alamy

Anderson is an outspoken feminist and often champions female sexuality.

She’s even joked that she’s ‘thrilled to be of service’ in making people realise that they’re gay.

And it seems she’s taking this s** positivity to the red carpet.

Anderson walked the red carpet at the Golden Globes last night – but fans were quick to notice a rather saucy detail on her elegant white gown.

She was rocking a custom ivory strapless gown by Gabriela Hearst that looked totally tasteful.

However, when zooming in closer, it was clear the dress was embroidered with v**inas.

Gillian Anderson at the 2024 Golden Globes.
Gillian Anderson’s Golden Globe dress was embroidered with v**inas. Credit: Alamy

“[I wore it] for so many reasons,” the actress told Deadline of the naughty design, adding, “It’s brand appropriate.”

Deadline wrote: “Gillian Anderson explains why she’s wearing a gown emblazoned with embroidery featuring female anatomy as a way of protesting restrictions to female rights.”

She also joked to People that ‘it’s covered in peonies!’.

People have been absolutely loving Anderson’s look.

One wrote on X, formerly known as Twitter: “Gillian Anderson was literally serving c*** last night at the Golden Globes. What a Queen.”

Another agreed: “Gillian Anderson wore a dress covered in v**vas to the #GoldenGlobes2024 and I love this with my whole soul.”

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A third added: “The v**inas on Gillian Anderson’s dress, oh mother isn’t a strong enough word…”

“Gillian Anderson at the Golden Globes in the p***y dress, I have now words she has me GAGGED!” commented a fourth.

While another fan simply called her: “The most beautiful woman on the red carpet last night.”

According to the brand, each of the individual emblems took three and a half hours to hand embroider.

Anderson paired her glam gown with Chopard jewels, including an 18k white gold necklace with a 10-carat pear-shaped yellow diamond and nearly 30 carats of diamonds.

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Written by Annie Walton Doyle

Annie Walton Doyle is a content editor at IGV who specialises in trending, lifestyle and entertainment news. She graduated from Goldsmiths, University of London, with a degree in English Literature. Annie has previously worked with organisations such as The Huffington Post, The Guardian, The Telegraph, Harvard University, the Pulitzer Prize and 22 Words.