Darlings, it was the GAYEST party that ever gay-partied! Which means “taste” was NOT a consideration! Let’s all form opinions on the outrageous tackiness on display, shall we?
Anika Noni Rose
Y’know, it’s funny? The last couple of times we saw her on the red carpet, we said, “We just can’t give a ruling on this look until we know whether or not she’s wearing panties.”
That’s not a gown; it’s pasties and a bush cover with delusions of grandeur.
Anna Paquin in Emilio Pucci and Stephen Moyer
He’s still sporting the Lady Miss Clairol look, we see. Love the dress, but they both look as warm and appealing as a couple of mannequins. Wouldn’t want to be seated at their table.
Standard, mostly well done, needs hemming.
Also standard and well done. Oddly, the pants look a little full on him, but that could be the pose.
Gwen Stefani in Zuhair Murad Couture
LOVE IT. Not so much on the Mamie Van Doren hair, though.
Heidi Klum in Atelier Versace
“I’M SINGLE AGAIN, WORLD!”
Katy Perry in Blumarine
Hunh. It’s a really pretty dress; elegant, even. But it’s so toned down for her that we’re a little shocked. Don’t love the things on her shoulders, though.
Kelly Osbourne in Georges Hobeika Couture
Malin Akerman in Sportmax
If it didn’t have the weird cleavage guard, we’d like this a lot more.
Mena Suvari in Romona Keveza
Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka
Nina Dobrev in J. Mendel
LOVE. Especially the cutouts at the shoulder. Hair’s a bit of a disappointment.
Paz Vega in Stephane Rolland Couture
Betcha she was brushing crumbs out of that thing all night and had to fight the drunks off from using it as an ashtray.
Sarah Hyland in Collette Dinnigan
Too mature on someone so young.
Rose McGowan in Paule Ka
Bless her, she always serves it up, old school style. The dress is only so-so, but she’s working it like it’s haute couture.
Oh, and we keep forgetting to
plug remind you, kittens: we’ll be on Sirius XM Radio’s “Derek & Romaine” show at 8 (on Sirius XM OutQ 108) eastern tonight to discuss the Oscars fashions. We’re running on caffeine and hope at this point, so be sure to call in (866-305-6887), and hear us babble in response to your no-doubt thoughtful questions.
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