Awards show season kept rolling right along last night with the 15th annual Critic's Choice Awards, and though not everyone left with a statue, the night was a victory for mostly everyone on the red carpet.

Heather Graham reminds me of Matthew McConaughey in Dazed And Confused, in that I keep getting older, and she stays the same age. Yes she does.

Kathryn Bigelow left the ceremony with the best accessory of all: the award for Best Picture for her film, The Hurt Locker.

You know how every interview with Claire Danes is titled "Great Danes?" I feel like this is something that's going to happen to Saoirse Ronan, though it will be "The Lovely ____" for every piece written about her. Here, we could say "The Lovely Everything," as this outfit is adorable.

Carey Mulligan: making you want to chop all of your hair off since 2009.

Gabourey Sidibe, in all-out-movie star mode.

I love Amy Poehler, but I'm not sure what to make of this dress. What do you guys think?

Zoe Saldana makes it look effortless, no?

Kristen Bell plays it somewhat safe, and it pays off.

Paula Patton's gown is simple but elegant.

Abbie Cornish keeps it simple, as well. There's something very Drew Barrymore about this ensemble, isn't there?

Diane Kruger is one of those actresses who always looks ridiculously gorgeous on the red carpet. This is no exception.

John Krasinski and Emily Blunt are adorable and all, but I feel like Krasinski has the same hair issues as Jon Hamm, in that neither of them seem to know what to do with their hair when they aren't playing Halpert or Draper, you know?

When I saw the thumbnail of this picture, I thought it was Katy Perry. And then I learned it was actually Marion Cotillard. And then I felt weird and confused and slightly cold, and that feeling resurfaces every time I look at this dress.

Like Sadie, I can never forgive Nancy O'Dell for what she did to Austin Scarlett in season 1 of Project Runway, so I'll be honest with you and tell you that this is my least favorite dress of the evening, as it just looks out of place next to the glam gowns everyone else was wearing.

Nick Jonas either wants to park your car or show off his Duckie Dale impression.

Anna Kendrick is lovely. This dress, however: not so much.

Julianne Moore is so beautiful that she could wear a potato sack and still look lovely. That said, I'm not sure this dress really works.

Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick, looking sharp.

Here's a picture of John Cho and Zachary Quinto. You're welcome!

Tracy Morgan wins the night, though. He even coordinated his gum to match her dress! Marvelous!

See? Now that's dedication.

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