Judging the Divas on the GLAAD Awards Red Carpet

Posted on April 13, 2018

Sure, maybe we’re stretching the definition of “diva” with that title, but as far as we’re concerned, any lady who comes out in support of the LGBTs is automatically a DIVA.

This does not, however, mean that we won’t be harsh in our judgments. Even divas need tough love now and then, darlings.



Britney Spears in Giannina Azar


Thank you for coming, Diva. We just wanted to get that out of the way first. To be honest, we don’t get her. It’s not like there’s anything shocking about wearing a skimpy, bejeweled cocktail napkin of a dress. Plenty of female pop stars ply their trade wearing as little or even less. But with Brit, the choices always tend to be so darn tacky. If she wants dazzle and sex appeal, go hook up with The Blonds or something. There’s no need to be dressed like a showgirl at a rest stop casino.



Chloë Grace Moretz in The Vampire’s’Wife

Um… no.

We suppose a certain level of sparkly whimsy is on point for the venue, but the puffy shoulders and hot pink ruffles are too much for these two queens to handle.


Halle Berry in Adeam

Girlfriend never met a goofy, deconstructed brown dress she didn’t immediately scoop up. If Halle opened a dress boutique, it would be nothing but brown dresses with weird hems as far as the eye could see.

Having said that, we can’t claim this isn’t working for her, although we do wish she’d explore some bolder color options.



Wanda Sykes

We love you, Miss Lady, but this isn’t working. The fabric looks too heavy and shiny, and the jacket simply doesn’t fit right. She might’ve been better ditching the bustier completely and having the jacket tailored better to make up the difference.


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