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Fashion Police: 2010 Oscar Awards

The red carpet at the Academy Awards is the hottest place to find celebrities wearing the hottest designers. It’s also the worst place to be caught wearing a totally hideous outfit (think Bjorn’s swan dress at the 2001 Oscars). Check out the best and the worst fashion from the 2010 Academy Awards!


The Best

We thought the following stars looked HOT:



Mariah Carey, who wore a flowing Valentino gown with a high slit. Her sequined clutch made a sparkling statement and almost perfectly complemented the other bling of her outfit.



Miley CyrusJenny Packham. Accompanied by mom Trish, Miley seemed happy to be at the awards show, though her films did not receive any nominations.



Rachel McAdams has been spotted on quite a few red carpets lately, and her winning streak continued at the Oscars when she showed up in a gorgeous strapless gown with a soft, pastel print.



Gabourey Sidibe, nominated as Best Actress for her role in Precious, has quickly learned to work the red carpet. Here she is in an off-the-shoulder royal blue gown with sparkly embellishment around the neckline. She paired her stunning dress with an elegant, loose hairdo of soft waves.



Jennifer Lopez put the plunging necklines away this year and opted instead for a glowing Armani Prive gown paired with a sweet, elegant updo and soft, ultra-feminine makeup. Simple diamond earrings and a thin bracelet completed the look.


The Worst

While the following stars did NOT:



Charlize Theron hardly ever fails when it comes to fashion, but this Dior gown, with unusual rose-shaped pieces of fabric, lost out on this year’s red carpet.



Kristen Stewart wore a strapless gown with a sweetheart neckline and cinched-in waist that we thought did little to show off the actress’ offbeat personality.



Sarah Jessica Parker is famous for her fashion on Sex And The City, but she sorta failed on the red carpet in this odd Chanel Couture dress that definitely stands out in a crowd – but for all the wrong reasons.



Nicole Richie’s fiance Joel Madden was DJing at the Oscars this year, but her unique boho-style dress with loose sleeves and an empire waist didn’t really strike the right note on the red carpet.



Kate Winslet chose a strapless, champagne-colored Yves Saint Laurent gown to wear on the red carpet and, though it’s not totally unflattering, it is a bit dull.


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  • 2010 Oscar Nominees
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