Cameron Diaz looked lovely, perhaps the most glamourous she's been for awhile. I find that she typically veers towards a more edgy look.
Jessica Chastain should have won in my opinion. She brought so much life to The Help. Her character was so refreshing.
Jennifer Lopez's dress reminded me of a Givenchy campaign from the 90's. Heaven forbid I find the advertisement.
I just adored the capped selves on Julianna Rancic's gown. Just exquisite.
So, I actually feel like I had to scrape the barrel to pick the worst dresses as there weren't any swan dresses or backwards tuxedos...Here's what I've got.
I'm sorry, I don't even know who this is, and frankly I'm too lazy to figure it out, but all I can hear when I see this dress is "HEFTY, HEFTY, HEFTY!"
I know Shaleen Woodley said this dress epitomized her style, but it also looks like she borrowed it from Mrs. Brady.
Sherri Shepherd, I do not understand this dress. I am baffled by the eye sore that the sheer fabric is attempting to cover. It's so odd.
Alas, Ms. Natalie Portman. Would you ever consider wearing a dress that is not strapless and perhaps a bit more flattering? On another note, is the Queen of Hearts missing one her dresses?
Okay, to sum it all up.
I did not miss Anne Hathaway and James Franco at all.
I loved Billy.
I also loved seeing Tony Stark and Pepper Pots together again. Seriously, can RDJ ever disappoint. "Plural titles are out this year."
And I honestly can't decide who is cuter, Bieber or Uggie?
What were your thoughts?
Who were your picks for Best & Worst dressed?