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Fashion Police :: 2004 Academy Awards

The 76th Academy Awards was a pretty flawless show when it came to fashion. You gotta give the celebs props for putting in some effort this year. Of course, that's not to say that there were at least a couple fashion disasters... Check out Kidzworld's picks for the actors and actresses from the 2004 Oscars who deserve fashion cheers and those who get fashion jeers.

Best Dressed - Female

Liv Tyler: Liv Tyler - there to support Peter Jackson and the movie Lord of the Rings, The Return of the King - looked sensational in a black Givenchy gown. The back was daring and Liv's retro hair added a soft, sweet quality. We especially dug Liv's thick-framed glasses that she wore while presenting.
Keisha Castle-Hughes:The Whale Rider darling and Best Actress nominee was simply awesome looking. She wore a soft, pink dress. The diamond whale clip in Keisha's hair was pretty cool too. And as if looking great wasn't enough for this 13 year-old, she got to meet her biggest crush (and probably yours too), Johnny Depp! Who needs an Oscar after all that?

Best Dressed - Male

Johnny Depp: Way to go Johnny! Mr. Depp landed on Kidzworld's Worst Dressed list at the 2004 Golden Globes, but he cleaned up his act and there's no Fashion Police ticket for Johnny this time! His new shorter hair and off-beat but adorable bow tie make Johnny Depp a winner in our fashion books.
Dominic Monaghan: Dominic Monaghan, the actor who plays Merry Brandybuck, a Hobbit in the Lord of the Rings trilogy, looked great at the 76th Annual Academy Awards. His purple tie set him apart from the all the black and white the other hobbits... err.. dudes were wearing.

  • Click here for the Worst Dressed at the 2004 Oscars!

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    Your Vote for Best Dressed?

    • Johnny Depp!
    • Dominic Monaghan.
    • Liv Tyler.
    • Keisha Castle-Hughes.

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    JazzyRox
    JazzyRox posted in Friends:
    "WatermelonCurlz" wrote:OMG! OK so, I have a group to 3 friends (not including me) and they love this video game that I'm not allowed to play. And they know that, so they talk about it purposely around me. Omg, ikr.When I ask to talk about something else the ignore me. So I say, I'm going to go find real friends, and they say, OK, like me care. And that's all they want to talk about, at recess, lunch, secretly in class, you name it thye do it. How do I get them to stop?   You should probably just stop talking to them and stuff. don't sit by them at lunch and don't hang out with them at recess. they sound like they are not good friends. if it gets worse, just tell your parents if they don't already know. idk how good i am at advise. hope this helped.  ~JazzyRox
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    WatermelonCurlz
    OMG!OK so, I have a group to 3 friends (not including me) and they love this video game that I'm not allowed to play. And they know that, so they talk about it purposely around me. Omg, ikr.When I ask to talk about something else the ignore me. So I say, I'm going to go find real friends, and they say, OK, like me care. And that's all they want to talk about, at recess, lunch, secretly in class, you name it thye do it. How do I get them to stop?
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    Abbergrl
    Well I strongly agree with you all. It's like, wow I never knew so many people had this problem!
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    Abbergrl
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