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Fashion Police :: 2004 Golden Globe Awards

The Golden Globes bring out all of Hollywood's hottest actors and actresses. Whether you're in film or television, you've got a shot at winning a Golden Globe. Unfortunately, if you attend the Golden Globes, you also have a shot at looking like a fashion victim on the red carpet. Find out which celebrities won fashion cheers and which ended up with fashion jeers!

2004 Golden Globes Best Dressed Winners!

Elisha Cuthbert and Elijah Wood at the 2004 Golden Globes.
Elisha Cuthbert & Elijah Wood

24's Elisha Cuthbert

The young star of 24, Elisha Cuthbert, was definitely a winner when it came to fashion at the 2004 Golden Globes. Elisha's pale pink dress was sexy, while still being classy. And, it had a retro feel to it that was pretty cool without being old fashioned.

Lord of the Rings' Elijah Wood

He's come a long way from being a dirty, world-saving Hobbit! Actor, Elijah Wood - who plays Frodo Baggins in The Lord of the Rings trilogy - looked totally cute in this vintage green velvet jacket and funky tie. Elijah proves that you don't have to wear a tuxedo, like every other guy.

  • Click here to find out who gets a ticket for worst dressed at the 2004 Golden Globes.

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    Your Vote for Best Dressed?

    • Elijah Wood.
    • Elisha Cuthbert.
    • They both look awesome!
    • They both look bad.

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