Ladies, you killed last night. You took no prisoners in your comedic stylings, and you gave us countless DELICIOUS moments of the audience squirming in their seats, unsure if they’re allowed to laugh. It was glorious. There is nothing these two bitches love more than seeing uncomfortable celebrities. We’re cold that way.
You both took giant leaps backward in style. You’re still intelligent, funny, kickass women who we totally admire, with whom we’d kill to become besties, but unfortunately it’s our job to be bitchy about your dresses, so we’re probably never going to meet up for drinks, alas.
When we first started red carpet blogging, during the Pleistocene Era, Tina’s name was pretty much synonymous with blandly frumpy, awkward outfits. And while this is surprisingly awkward, given the huge advances she’s made in her style evolution of the past 5 or 6 years, it’s totally the opposite of “blandly frumpy.” Years ago, if you showed us this dress and told us Tina wore it, we’d never believe you. So on the one hand, we’re impressed that she took such a risk and is showing such a willingness to push the envelope of her own style. On the other hand, she looks like a sparkly shopping bag with feet. We just can’t get behind the shape of that skirt.
Still, as bad as this was, it was better than poor Amy’s choice.
The color’s great, the shape is okay; her hair and face both look on point. But why on earth would any non-model-shaped woman want a dress that says “LOOK AT MY WAIST! LOOK AT IT, I SAY!” It’s not necessarily doing terrible things to her waist (although it doesn’t look it’s doing it any favors, either); it’s all the LINES pointing straight to it. Extremely distracting. It takes effort to tear yourself away to notice the jewelry or the face. And really, do you want to walk a major red carpet with a visible elastic waistband? Is that ever fabulous? The answer is no.
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