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Inside the $14,000 Golden Globes goodie bags

The 2020 Golden Globes' gift bag will blow your mind. Source: Getty
The 2020 Golden Globes' gift bag will blow your mind. Source: Getty

If the gowns, glitz and glamour don’t blow your mind at today’s 77th annual Golden Globe Awards, perhaps the US$9,500 (AU$13,665) gift bags will.

Last year, the gift bags, provided by celebrity product placement company, Secret Room Events, were filled with all the usual things: manicures, botox treatments - oh, and sex toys.

According to Forbes, guests were provided with a massive tote bag containing gifts from 30 sponsors, including skin and hair products as well as jewellery.

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The biggest ticket item was literally a ticket: a seven-night Hawaii vacation sponsored by American Luxury Tours, as well as a two-night stay with complimentary breakfast and massages at Estancia La Jolla Hotel and Spa in South California.

Stars were also treated to rose water beverages from H2r0se, spa products from Copper + Crane and bluetooth speakers from Nuvelon.

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA - JANUARY 05: Portia de Rossi and Margot Robbie attend the 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 05, 2020 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Michael Kovac/Getty Images for Moët and Chandon )
The Golden Globes gift bags will surprise you. Source: Getty

There were sex toys from LELO and pregnancy and new parent care packages from Silver Stork.

Nancy Ganz provided shapewear, footwear brand Livie & Luca is providing kids’ shoes and there was even gluten-free cookie dough.

This year is no different, PR Newswire has reported.

The gift bags contained Armani perfume, cruelty-free vegan products and Pat McGrath make up. There was Living Proof hair care products and Lavazza coffee beans, and, interestingly, Beboe, a cannabis product.

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