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Fashion Police :: 2006 Academy Awards

Kidzworld's Fashion Police was on patrol on the biggest - and longest - night in Tinseltown. The 78th Annual Academy Awards was a celebration for Reese and Ryan - she won Best Actress for her role in Walk the Line and his movie, Crash, was declared the Best Picture. But, who were the fashion showstoppers and the fashion faux pas at this year's Oscars?

Michelle Williams and Jessica Alba are the best dressed at the 2006 Academy Awards!
Best Dressed

Best Dressed - Michelle Williams

Standing out in a sea of black and white was Michelle Williams, who made a bold statement in tangerine. She may not have snagged the Best Supporting Actress award for her role in Brokeback Mountain, but this gorgeous gown makes her a winner in our eyes!

Best Dressed - Jessica Alba

The always-beautiful Jessica Alba didn't disappoint us at this year's Oscars. Dazzling in a gold halter gown with lacy details, Jessica showed off her toned arms and tiny waist - and looked like a 24-carat babe.

Best Dressed - Honorable Mentions

  • Keira Knightley - She had some trouble walking in her plum, one-shouldered gown cuz it had a mermaid bottom, but this Best Actress nominee was one of the most glamorous celebs on the red carpet.
  • Jennifer Garner - The former Alias star was a hot mama in a sparkly ivory dress!
  • Find out who was the worst dressed at the 2006 Academy Awards!
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    Your Vote for Best Dressed?

    • Michelle Williams.
    • Jessica Alba.
    • Keira Knightley.
    • Jennifer Garner.

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