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Jason Momoa attended Sunday’s Golden Globes with wife Lisa Bonet and as per usual, he stole the red carpet (no shade to the ethereal and ageless Bonet of course). You may recall the pink scrunchie he last year’s Oscars and basically broke the internet well Momoa was back to his old tricks and the Game of Thrones star ditched his jacket halfway through the event, turning the black tie evening into a gun show. All hail Khal Drogo.

The genetically-blessed couple looked effortlessly cool as always, with Bonet in a flowing Fendi Couture gown and Momoa styled to match in a green velvet Tom Ford coat, Valentino pants and a Cartier pin worth $250,000. Momoa showed off the pair’s outfits on his Instagram stories, even joking that he would be wearing his Slayer t-shirt under the suit. For those who tuned into Sunday’s show on CTV, they know that instead of repping the heavy metal band, Momoa wore a black tank top that came with invites to the gun show.

The actor casually took off his jacket and draped it around the shoulders of his wife, keeping Bonet warm during the three-hour event, and everyone else RED HOT. Thanks to actor Brian Cox winning Best Actor for his role in Succession and walking by Momoa, we all won the chance to see Aquaman looking sea-ready. A velvet jacket would drag you down in the water; better to be ready to save Atlantis with your arms free and breezy. And Twitter agreed. A lot.


Momoa slipped his jacket back on later in the show to present Best Supporting Actress and Best Actress in a TV series along with stepdaughter Zoe Kravitz and while we love a sharp-dressed man, we appreciate an actor who can do it all, including scrunchies at the Oscars and sleeves or no sleeves at the Golden Globes. Preferably no sleeves.