Do-Good Celebs Get Glamorous — and Hideous — for the Do Something Awards

The Do Something Awards honor young people making social change, as well as celebrities who do charity work. Worthwhile causes are great, but let's talk about fashion, shall we? Because some do-gooders looked good… while others looked bad, or plain old ugly.

Do-Good Celebs Get Glamorous — and Hideous — for the Do Something Awards

Keeping things light and airy is good. And these pale, nearly colorless frocks on Taylor Spreitler, Nikki Reed, and Keke Palmer are quite nice.

Do-Good Celebs Get Glamorous — and Hideous — for the Do Something Awards

Also in frothy pale? Lea Michele, the perpetual poised pretty pretty princess. Mullet dresses are usually icky but the gentle ruffles on iteration keep it from veering into tacky territory.

Do-Good Celebs Get Glamorous — and Hideous — for the Do Something Awards

More light, airy, dreaminess: Kelly Osbourne's lilac pompadour and filmy wrap dress.

Do-Good Celebs Get Glamorous — and Hideous — for the Do Something Awards

In addition to neutral tones, there were some joyfully vivid hues on the red blue carpet. Like this acid/neon/safety orange.

Do-Good Celebs Get Glamorous — and Hideous — for the Do Something Awards

It's Sophia Bush, from that terrible never-ending show about basketball and a tree on a hill. The solid color gown has simple lines, the perfect backdrop for some ornate accessories. This is my fave look in the bunch. Pure glamazon. I could picture it on Iman, Anjelica Huston, or RuPaul. That's a compliment, FYI.

Do-Good Celebs Get Glamorous — and Hideous — for the Do Something Awards

More bright ideas: Jena Sims (cute blazer, regrettable romper), Adrienne Bosh, Ariane Davis.

Do-Good Celebs Get Glamorous — and Hideous — for the Do Something Awards

Pops of color: Kelli Berglund wears lemon under lace and tangerine heels; Jai Rodriguez sports melon-hued trousers; Maria Menounos works candy pink.

Do-Good Celebs Get Glamorous — and Hideous — for the Do Something Awards

I don't know Laura Govan (from Basketball Wives), but it's pretty obvious she's a shy, demure and modest type who sincerely hopes no one is looking at her. Avert your eyes!

Do-Good Celebs Get Glamorous — and Hideous — for the Do Something Awards

A little black dress is always right for an event like this. Alek Wek, Jillian Rose Reed, Cassie Scerbo.

Do-Good Celebs Get Glamorous — and Hideous — for the Do Something Awards

Ashley Greene glitters in gold. Flawless.

Do-Good Celebs Get Glamorous — and Hideous — for the Do Something Awards

Dapper dudes: Tucker Albrizzi, Nick Cannon, decidedly dreamboat-y John Cho.

Do-Good Celebs Get Glamorous — and Hideous — for the Do Something Awards

More fly guys: Harry Shum Jr., the funny, crush-worthy gentlemen of New Girl, noted envelope-pusher Will.I.Am.

Do-Good Celebs Get Glamorous — and Hideous — for the Do Something Awards

Let's talk hemlines for a minute. Short, shorter, shortest: Disney actress Daphne Blunt is 14, Olivia Munn is 32; Nicole Murphy is 44. Interesting anthropological study happening here.

Do-Good Celebs Get Glamorous — and Hideous — for the Do Something Awards

Retro stylings on Ellie Kemper, Single Ladies's Charity Shea, the former Mrs. The Artist Formerly Known as Prince, Mayte Garcia.

Do-Good Celebs Get Glamorous — and Hideous — for the Do Something Awards

Great-fitting and chic dresses on Aubrey Plaza, Giuliana Rancic, Hope Solo.

Do-Good Celebs Get Glamorous — and Hideous — for the Do Something Awards

Before we move on to some other stuff, check out Kristen Bell's elaborate, cool, braided 'do.

Do-Good Celebs Get Glamorous — and Hideous — for the Do Something Awards

Also: Couples!

Do-Good Celebs Get Glamorous — and Hideous — for the Do Something Awards

So… Here's the bad news. Awful, sorry, I love her, but AWFUL dress on Kbell. Does absolutely zero for her figure, skin tone, eye color, etc. And truly hideous things clinging to Grace Valerie and Haley Reinhart.

(Images via via Getty.)