Though the Hollywood Foreign Press Association honored Matt Damon on Sunday for his work in The Martian, at home his three daughters were more interested in celebrating his wife Luciana Barroso.
Isabella, aged nine, Gia, aged seven, and Stella, aged five, were mesmerized by Luciana’s purple Versace gown, which resembled the shimmery dress worn by Elsa in Disney’s smash hit animated film Frozen.
The 45-year-old Golden Globe winner joked with reporters in the press room at the Beverly Hills Hilton – as reported by People – that as his girls were fawning over his wife ‘I was on my own in the corner putting on my tuxedo.’
Center of attention: Matt Damon shared with reporters in the press room on Sunday that his three daughters were much more interested in his wife’s sparkly dress than the Golden Globes nominee
Just like Elsa! Isabella, nine, Gia, seven, and Stella, five, thought Luciana Barroso’s shimmery, purple Versace gown looked like something Elsa – from Disney’s animated film Frozen – would wear
‘They’re more interested in what Lucy’s wearing, with this Frozen stuff,’ Matt shared, of his wife’s one-shoulder, form-fitting gown.
He added: ‘She’s wearing this lilac thing tonight, and it does look a little bit like something Elsa would wear. So they were really into that.’
The figure-hugging gown highlighted the brunette beauty’s trim frame and featured shimmery, silver embellishments, which she coordinated with dangling, silver earrings.
Coordinating: Luciana paired her gown – which featured shimmery, silver embellishments – with dramatic, dangling silver earrings
She wore her long, brunette locks in a chic updo, and sported bold eyeliner as well as a soft, pink lipstick.
Matt looked equally dapper, sporting a black tux with a crisp, white button down, black tie, and coordinating black oxfords.
He took home the trophy – against Al Pacino, Mark Ruffalo, Christian Bale, and Steve Carell – for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy for The Martian.
Pretty in purple: The mother-of-three showed off her trim figure in the sleeveless, form-fitting dress, with a one-shoulder design and cut-out along the front
And the award winner later joked about what he plans to do with his newly won prize once he returns home.
‘Well Ricky Gervais had some good ideas!’ Matt joked, referring to a moment from the host’s crude monologue in which he had discussed how he uses his trophies.
But then he explained: ‘I’m actually flying out to Las Vegas because I’m shooting tomorrow morning for the new Jason Bourne movie, so I’ll be handing it to my wife to take it home, because I’m going to be in a hotel.’
She’s got it! Matt shared that Luciana would be handling where the Golden Globe would be placed in their home, as he was flying out to Las Vegas to film the new Jason Bourne movie the following day
Earlier that night, while discussing his wins, Ricky shocked audiences by saying: ‘I won three Golden Globes myself … one I keep by the bed to — it doesn’t matter why, it’s mine. I won it fair and square.’
‘It’s just the right shape and size, it’s nothing… yeah. To be clear: That was a joke about me shoving Golden Globes that I’ve won up my a**.’
2016 GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS WINNERS
Best Motion Picture – Drama: The Revenant
Best Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical: The Martian
Best Actress In A Drama: Brie Larson – Room
Best Actor In A Drama: Leonardo DiCaprio – The Revenant
Best Actress In A Musical Or Comedy: Jennifer Lawrence – Joy
Best Actor In A Musical Or Comedy: Matt Damon – The Martian
Best Supporting Actress: Kate Winslet – Steve Jobs
Best Supporting Actor: Sylvester Stallone – Creed
Best Director: Alejandro G. Iñárritu – The Revenant
Best Screenplay: Aaron Sorkin – Steve Jobs
Best Animated Film: Inside Out
Best Foreign Language Film: Son of Saul – Hungary
Best Original Score: Ennio Morricone – The Hateful Eight
Best Original Song: Sam Smith Writing’s on the Wall from Spectre
Cecil B DeMille Award: Denzel Washington
Best Series – Drama: Mr Robot
Best Series – Musical or Comedy: Mozart in the Jungle
Best TV Movie Or Limited Series: Wolf Hall
Best Actress In A Drama: Taraji P. Henson – Empire
Best Actor In A Drama: Jon Hamm – Mad Men
Best Actress In Musical or Comedy: Rachel Bloom – Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
Best Actor In A Musical or Comedy: Gael García Bernal – Mozart in the Jungle
Best Actress In A Limited Series or TV Movie: Lady Gaga – American Horror Story
Best Actor In A Limited Series or TV Movie: Oscar Isaac – Show Me a Hero
Best Supporting Actress: Maura Tierney – The Affair
Best Supporting Actor: Christian Slater – Mr. Robot