Jason Sudeikis accepted his Golden Globe in a tie-dye hoodie designed by his sister
- Jason Sudeikis opted for a casual look to attend the 2021 Golden Globes.
- The "Ted Lasso" star wore a rainbow tie-dye hoodie from his sister's dance studio, Forward__Space.
- The sweatshirt is out of stock at the time of writing, but fans can join a waitlist for the style.
At the time of writing, the limited-edition sweatshirt was out of stock, but fans can submit their desired size and email on the Forward__Space website to join a waitlist if the brand produces more hoodies.After Sudeikis appeared onscreen wearing the pastel loungewear top, he earned praise for sporting such a relaxed look to the traditionally fancy event. He also sparked a series of memes about wearing tie-dye, which rose in popularity as a quarantine activity in 2020.
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Golden Globes co-host Tina Fey mentioned the actor's sweatshirt shortly after his acceptance speech."If anybody wants to know where they can get Jason Sudeikis' hoodie, go to nbc.com/globesfashion," Fey said, directing people to a nonexistent website.In addition to Sudeikis' tie-dye top, a handful of other stars who attended the Golden Globes opted for notably relaxed-looking outfits. For example, Bill Murray tuned into the event wearing a colorful golf-style shirt, and at one point, he held up a cocktail while onscreen. Jeff Daniels also called into the awards show wearing a flannel shirt that he tweeted was from the brand Carhartt.
Representatives for Forward_Space, Jason Sudeikis, and Kristin Sudeikis did not immediately respond to Insider's requests for comment.
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