Hit it again, attention hos!
Cleans up well.
Ahna O’Reilly in Randi Rahm
Kinda disco-meets-geometry fabulous.
Anne Heche in Dolce & Gabbana
Not a bad gown, but it’s a little limp and sad-looking. And the color’s not her friend.
Adorable. He’s the posh, preppy boyfriend that our heroine must throw over for the working class guy with the great body who really loves her and will pull her hair when she asks him to. He’s serving up Spader.
Ashley Tisdale in Maria Lucia Hohan
Psst! Sweetie! One of your cutlets is making a break for it!
Danica McKellar in Alberto Makali
Talk about a random. Isn’t she like a mathematician or something? Great dress, but the girls needed some support.
Dianna Agron in Carolina Herrera
Pretty. A little bedsheety, but pretty.
Dita Von Teese in Jenny Packham
It’s definitely got that ’40s feel that serves her so well, but we’re not digging the neckline and shoulder treatment.
We’ll be the gays to say it: If ever there was a day when you could pull off a velvet tuxedo, Lance Bass, that day has passed.
And your pants are huge.
Flapper in a skin dress.
Maggie Grace in Reem Acra
That’s right, girl! When they won’t let you anywhere near the actual ceremony, DRESS LIKE YOU WERE NOMINATED ANYWAY. Nice to see that some of these young’uns understand that. Crawford and Davis would approve.
Has she aged at all in the last 20 years?
Dammit. Just once, we wish she’d go out looking like shit so we could say, “This is the Kwanzaa Cake of dresses.”
Great color dress, lackluster hair, really shitty shoes.
Vanessa Hudgens in Georges Chakra Couture
Fabulously Oscar night-appropriate, but that hair’s not grabbing us. Looks a little Liza from here.
Zhang Ziyi in Elie Saab
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