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Fashion Police :: 2003 Golden Globe Awards

Fashion Police :: 2003 Golden Globe Awards - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 1 Star Rating)

Find out which celebrity stars walked home with a ticket from the fashion police from the 60th Annual Golden Globe Awards for being the worst dressed and why stars like Halle Berry and Elisha Cuthbert were the best dressed on the red carpet.

As another award show winds down, and the winners walk home with golden statues to display on their fireplaces, the fashion police get their opportunity to give out some awards (and tickets) of their own. Take a look at who Kidzworld thought were the best and worst dressed at the 60th Annual Golden Globe Awards.

Halle Berry photo courtesy of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
Elisha Cuthbert � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � Halle Berry

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Elisha Cuthbert and Halle Berry:

Although neither of these talented actresses walked away with a Golden Globe of their own this year, both are earning Kidzworld's praise for their smashing Golden Globes fashion-sense. Elisha Cuthbert, star of the TV drama, 24, looked lovely in lace, while 2002 Oscar winner Halle Berry strutted her stuff in a gorgeous powder blue gown. Way to go girls, for showing the world what good fashion looks like.

To find out who was handed tickets for being the worst dressed at the 2003 Golden Globes, click here.

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