2010 Oscar Fashions: The Bad

You want killer anemones? Rogue hearts? Green monsters? Pervy roses? We got it all, kids:

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Ambition is laudable. So props to both Zoe Saldana and Givenchy for attempting to combine three gowns into one!


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If a troupe of child-dancers leap out of Jennifer Lopez's Armani Privé skirt, Mother Ginger-style, all will be made clear.


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I will be reamed for this. Love the royal blue tribute, love the gardenia, but I just don't like the fit of Mo'nique's Tadashi Shoji in the bodice!


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If the goal of Charlize Theron's John Galliano for Dior was to make it look like a perv was grabbing her breasts all night, then, well played, madam. Well played.


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Hilary Swank: in general, if you're already doing this...


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...this is not necessary.


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I dug SJP's Chanel from the front, but she's just asking for 12-year-old boy snickers with the placement of that diamond bunch.


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Virginia Madsen, driven by Kevan Hall, takes a detour to Frumpytown, where all the food is made with condensed soup.


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There, she ran into Penelope Cruz. They talked wine. Specifically, the Donna Karan varietal.


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Teen Wolf: no one forced you to come, y'know. It's the Oscars.


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This goes double for Efron's hair.


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Since she was doing the gray thing, maybe Deborah Ann Woll sought to stand out another way? The best-laid plans.


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In the spirit of, "if you can't say anything nice," well, Samantha Harris will not be pinched come the 17th.


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Kathryn Bigelow won big last night. She could care less if I hate her dress.


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I actually thought Zoe made that dress work. The top was amazing.