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Fashion Police :: 2003 Golden Globe Awards (pg. 2)

Fashion Police :: 2003 Golden Globe Awards (pg. 2) - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
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Find out which celebrity stars walked home with a ticket from the fashion police of 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.

Well, at all award shows, there must be winners and there must be losers. Take a look at the celebrities we think deserve a ticket for their fashion crimes at the 60th Annual Golden Globe Awards.

Sharon Stone photo courtesy of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
Sharon Stone � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � Lara Flynn Boyle

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Sharon Stone and Lara Flynn Boyle:

Lara Flynn Boyle is no stranger to the fashion police. In 2002 she scored a ticket for the biker babe get-up she wore to the Men in Black II premiere. That citation didn't stop her from arriving at the 2003 Golden Globes decked out as an anorexic ballerina. Her tutu, high-heeled, lace-up shoes and baggy bodice not only made Lara stand out in the crowd - they made her a walking target for the fashion police. You would have looked classier in a pair of jeans and a sweatshirt, Lara. As for Sharon Stone, we're not sure why she chose to show up at this fancy gala in a dress that obviously got caught in a plane propeller. Sharon, you're an actress - can't you at least act normal?

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