The Golden Globes are in their 71st year (2014), and there have been many, many fabulous dresses since the onset of the ceremony. We've collected some of the most memorable Globes dresses in recent years -- from 2000 on.

Some are memorable for how many golden starlet globes they showed. Others were just pretty and fancy. Some were so weird and so strange that, try as we might, we couldn't erase them from our memories.

Olivia Wilde's sparkly, strapless and sweeping Marchesa gown (2011) looked like a starry night in dress form, thanks to its ombre fabric. And yeah, we loved her bangs.

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Angelina Jolie's charcoal, strapless St. John's dress was simple and stunning (2007). Then there's that whole other accessory on her arm known as Brad Pitt.

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Jennifer Aniston brought us sideboob before sideboob was a thing on red carpets with her plunging Valentino gown, worn in 2004. Aniston is known for classic shapes and basic black at formal events, but this was super duper sexy.

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Scarlett Johansson was as red as her name in this cling-to-the-curves Valentino sheath that showed off her bodacious body back in 2006.

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Sandra Bullock's strapless, purple, somewhat diaphonous Bottega Veneta frock, worn in 2010, was so memorable due to its color. Oh, and its wearer!

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Reese Witherspoon went with a short 'n' strapless Nina Ricci frock (2007) in a lemon yellow hue paired with ruby red slippers, and it was darling.

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Nicole Kidman's peacock blue, mermaid-shaped sheath, complete with a peacock feather on her shoulder (in 2005), was by Gucci and gorgeous. The color popped against her porcelain skin.

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Red hot! Salma Hayek was a hot tamale in her boob boosting Narciso Rodriguez sheath (2003). Wowza. What. A. Bod.

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Actress Rinko Kikuchi's blush, frothy Chanel party frock (2007) was as gimmicky as it was dreamy.

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Actress Diane Keaton (2004) wore an all-white, Willy Wonka-like ensemble, with gloves, granny booties and pearls, that we still don't know what to make of. Lady Gaga could get away with this now and then, but Diane? Eh, not so much.

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Lara Flynn Boyle's ballerina outfit (2003) was quite possibly the strangest Golden Globes choice in history. The 'Twin Peaks' actress looked entirely too thin and as though she was about to pirouette. This would be cute on an 8-year-old or at a costume party.

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