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Fashion Police :: 2004 Academy Awards (pg. 2)

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.

Worst Dressed - Male & Female

Uma Thurman: There were a lot of fashion dos and the 76th Annual Academy Awards, but this was by far the biggest don't. Uma Thurman looked like she was auditioning to be a Bavarian waitress. Her fluffy white dress was a total joke - and not the funny ha-ha kind.
Peter Jackson: Don't get us wrong - we love the big guy behind The Lord of the Rings film trilogy - and he deserved all 11 Oscar wins. However, the poor guy just can't seem to find a decent tux - or a hair brush, or a razor... Peter Jackson looked disheveled on the red carpet but by the end of the night he looked like he'd survived the battle at Helm's Deep.

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