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Fashion Police: 83rd Academy Awards (Oscars)

Feb 27, 2011

The Hollywood A-listers were out in full force last night at the 83rd annual Academy Awards! The most anticipated red carpet event of the awards season didn’t disappoint with some definite fashion winners (and losers!). Check out our picks for best and worst dressed on Kidzworld and tell us what you think!

Best Dressed

Selena Gomez and Justin BieberSelena Gomez and Justin Bieber

Um... we know we’re supposed to be talking about fashion but did anyone else notice new loved up couple Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber at the Oscars?! They both showed up in complementary outfits by Dolce and Gabbana, both looking super glammed up!

Mila KunisMila Kunis

Mila Kunis looks perfectly pastel in a drapey lace lilac gown by Elie Saab that reminded us of her turn as a ballerina in the movie Black Swan.

Hailee SteinfeldHailee Steinfeld

Hailee Steinfeld totally wowed us with her one-of-a-kind dress from Marchesa. Looking both prom princess and prima ballerina, we’re super impressed with this 14-year-old actress and her style choices!

Anne HathawayAnne Hathaway

Oscars co-host Anne Hathaway wore a dizzying EIGHT dresses during the night. Our absolute fave has to be this old-Hollywood style scarlet red gown by Valentino paired with sleek hair and bright red lips. Can you believe her necklace alone was worth $10 million. We love!

Natalie PortmanNatalie Portman

Best actress Oscar winner Natalie Portman manages to look super chic while pregnant with her first baby in a plum coloured Rodarte gown with matching earrings and heels.

Taylor SwiftTaylor Swift

Doing her best imitation of the Oscar gold statuette, Taylor Swift goes for head to toe gold shimmer by designer Zuhair Murad. Rumour has it she had an awkward run-in with her ex-boyfriend Jake Gyllenhaal at the after party. Eek!

Emma RobertsEmma Roberts

Emma Roberts’ dress by Jenny Packham reminds us a little bit of what someone on would wear Star Trek if the spaceship had a fancy party. We love it when celebs don’t go too “safe” and conservative on the red carpet!

Worst Dressed

MadonnaMadonna

Oh my god - who let Madonna out of the house! Her date, 14-year-old daughter Lourdes, was heard whispering “Mom, do you have to?” as Madonna gleefully flashed her bottom for the cameras. Just because it was designed by Dolce and Gabbana doesn’t make it okay Madge!

Cameron DiazCameron Diaz

We’re pretty sure Cameron Diaz mistook the Oscars for a club night out in downtown LA. If that dress (by Carolina Herrera) was any shorter or tighter...well, we are positive that’s something we don’t need to see!

Michelle RodriguezMichelle Rodriguez

Another celeb who looks like she just rolled out of bed and went to the biggest red carpet event of the year is Michelle Rodriguez. Leaving absolutely nothing to the imagination, she floats around in what looks like a see-through piece of fabric. Hmm!

Helena Bonham CarterHelena Bonham Carter

Recognizing that Helena Bonham Carter is an eccentric character, we still didn’t enjoy her frumpy black dress designed by Colleen Atwell, the costume designer for the movie Alice in Wonderland. She accessorized later on with round sunglasses in typical Helena style.

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