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Golden Globe Awards: Helen Mirren Dazzles in Red at 69

”The Hundred-Foot Journey“ actress also holds up a ”Je Suis Charlie“ sign to support victims of the attacks in Paris

Dame Helen Mirren caused a social media frenzy on Sunday from the Golden Globes red carpet.

Nominated for Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical for her role in “The Hundred-Foot Journey,” produced by Steven Spielberg and Oprah Winfrey, the 69-year-old actress dazzled in a form-fitting Dolce & Gabana gown and accessories by Chopard.

“Dame Helen Mirren! Aging with style & grace. She is so beautiful! #GoldenGlobes,” WritingPanda_7 wrote.

Helen Mirren will be a thousand years old and I will still find her hot as hell,” thenobledonna wrote.

The English actress showed more than sex appeal on the crimson carpet, too. Mirren held up a sign that read “Je Suis Charlie” and showed solidarity with the victims of recent terrorist attacks in Paris, which killed 12. She also wore a pen on her lapel, which was said to symbolize free speech.

Helen Mirren on the red carpet wearing a #CharlieHebdo pin to show support. Very cool. Respect,” JoeBlo wrote.

Helen Mirren might’ve won the red carpet with that broach alone,” Rishma Doshani wrote.

She was joined in her support by George Clooney, Diane Kruger and composer Alexandre Desplat, who also held up the “Je Suis Charlie” sign. Amal Clooney, George’s new wife, also wore a Dior dress to show support for France.