More of those wacky Brits and the award-hungry Americans who keep annoying them!
Credit where it’s due: this is a pretty fashion-y look for the red carpet. We salute her daring. We’re not entirely sold on it, however. Expecially the dark tights.
Cuba Gooding Jr.
Have we ever mentioned how much we hate the white scarf with the tux? Especially when it has fringe?
Daniel Radcliffe in Antonio Azzuolo
Why do we get the impression that when he walked away, his shoes stayed in place? He looks good, but there was a slight hemming required here.
Eddie Redmayne in Burberry
What? Go home and start over.
The “Ladies and Gentlemen, I am proud to present … MY MIDSECTION!” dress.
Emilia Fox in Luisa Beccaria
Way too much.
Fearne Cotton in Moschino
We appreciate the boldness of the color, even if this isn’t a favorite color of ours. We don’t think it suits her either.
Nice enough. Simple, but sexy and very flattering to her.
We like the idea of this dress more than the actuality of it. That blue is just way too shiny and the whole thing looks a little early ’70s prom because of it.
The dress is dramatic, if a little tough to style. The real crime here is the face. Honey, if you can’t afford a professional paint job, then at least pay someone to give you a couple lessons on the basics. You apply your makeup like a 13-year-old.
We haven’t had such a violently negative reaction to a dress in a while! We HATE this dress so much!
Meryl Streep in Vivienne Westwood
Oh, we see. So that’s how it’s gonna be, is it, Meryl? You dress like you’re grocery shopping when it’s an AMERICAN red carpet, but for the Brits you’ll WERQ that RC like it stole your parking spot? Hmph. We’ll see about that. We’ll get them to sic Judi Dench and Maggie Smith on you.
Fine. You look incredible.
Michael Fassbender in Giorgio Armani
That suit smells like the inside of a locker.
Michelle Williams in H&M Bespoke
Simple, pretty and chic.
Octavia Spencer in Tadashi Shoji
Oooooh, no, honey. Just no. This one’s not working.
Pretty. Don’t love the hair.
Shailene Woodley in Dolce & Gabbana
Totally a “good on paper” dress.
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