Darlings, it was the GLAAD Media Awards, and for an event that’s all about image, a lot of these folks didn’t seem particularly concerned with theirs. Come on, gays and gay-friendlys; we know it’s not the Oscars, but half of y’all look like you arrived in the clothes you slept in.
Ali Larter in Zac Posen
This is okay. Don’t really love the shoes, though.
Except for the sheer boob panel, this looks a little too business-y for the red carpet. And we HATE the shoes.
Chaz Bono and Cher
Never change, Cher. Never change.
Hate Chaz’s pointy shoes, but it’s ironic that he wears a suit better than most men on the red carpet. It’s perfectly tailored for him.
Enh. Too shiny. And we just can’t love double-breasted suits on most guys. Also, tighten your tie, bitch. The gays are watching.
If his pants were pants hemmed and the jacket closed, he’d look pretty perfect. The frames are adorable.
Sweetie, your dress seems to be having an identity crisis.
Josh Hutcherson in Z Zegna
Did you spend the night sleeping under a bridge?
As we’ve said before, we do so hate to lay down rules and be dogmatic about fashion, but we’re pretty comfortable stating the following:
There is no gown in the world that can expose your belly button and look classy at the same time.
Also, this is the color of old bras.
Kyle Richards in Ines Di Santo
Also BROUGHT IT. But it does look a tad stiff.
Lady Bunny and Raven
Everything’s great until you get to the bottom half. They’re both sporting some seriously fugly shoes and Raven’s hosiery is a bit sad.
Laura San Giacomo
No gays were consulted in the putting together of this ensemble.
Sloppy and ill-fitted. Take it off.
Milla Jovovich in Halston
It’s fine. Looks a bit daytime to us. Not a great color for her.
Kind of an interesting dress ruined by hilariously inappropriate shoes.
Y’know, if she’d worn a less sloppy top, this totally would have worked for us.
Bow down, fuckers.
Another cute, if overly stiff and lampshade-y dress. Another pair of shoes we don’t love – or at least, we don’t love with this dress. Suede shoes seem wrong for a strapless dress, but that may just be us.
Underdressed and ill-fitted, but he’s cute and has a nice body, so it’s easier to forgive.
We never said the gays weren’t shallow, darlings.
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