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Fashion Police :: 2008 Academy Awards (pg. 2)

The 80th Annual Academy Awards was so long and boring that it scored the lowest ratings in Oscar history. Luckily, we had some interesting fashion statements to keep us entertained. Check out Kidzworld's picks for the best and worst dressed at this year's Oscars!

Kidzworld's picks for worst dressed are Ellen Page and Miley Cyrus!
2008 Academy Awards

Worst Dressed: Ellen Page

We were doubly disappointed about Ellen Page on Oscar night. She not only lost out to Marion Cotillard for the Best Actress award, but also wore a shapeless frock that was so drab and dull that it had absolutely no style. The Juno star may have been the youngest nominee this year, but she wore the frumpiest dress on the red carpet!

Worst Dressed: Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus' dress was simple and pretty (we especially loved the bold color), but she looked like she was playin' dress-up in her mom's clothes! She ended up looking much older than her 15 years, so we hope she sticks to somethin' cute and fun next time around.

Dishonorable Mentions

  • Jennifer Hudson - Like Anne Hathaway, Jennifer Hudson looked better than last year, but not by much: her bubble top was about to deflate!
  • Heidi Klum - Uhh, was Heidi Klum's dress designed by one of the Project Runway rejects?
  • Click here to check out the best dressed celebs at the 2008 Academy Awards!
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