At every awards show, there are winners... and then there are the losers. While Jennifer Hudson walked away with a Globe and America Ferrera proved that ugly is the new pretty, Kidzworld was busy searching for fashionably-challenged celebrities. Check out our picks for the best and worst dressed at the 2007 Golden Globe Awards!
2007 Golden Globe Awards
Best Dressed - America Ferrera
America Ferrera, aka Ugly Betty, walked away with two Golden Globes for Best TV Comedy Actress and Best TV Comedy Show! She also rocked the red carpet in a deep purple custom-made gown that showed off her curves in all the right places. America may have bushy brows and wear hideous clothes on her hit TV show, but there was nothing ugly about her at this year's Golden Globes.
Best Dressed - Jennifer Lopez
Jennifer Lopez is no stranger to togas. She wore a yellow one to TomKat's wedding in Rome, a pale blue one to the 2003 Oscars, and many more to other red carpet events. Her toga theme may be played out, but there's a reason why J.Lo wears 'em - she looks hot! Although she's suffered some major fashion faux pas' in recent months, she wins us back with this black, one-shouldered gown that makes her look like a Grecian goddess.
Best Dressed - Jessica Biel
The hottie with a body squeezed herself into a shimmering silver gown. Along with a tousled updo and a sun-kissed glow thanks to a holiday in Mexico, Jessica Biel simply sizzled. Too bad she didn't show off her well-toned gams though!
Best Dressed - Honorable Mentions
Jennifer Hudson - It was a golden night in Hollywood for Jennifer Hudson. She won a Globe and she looked lovely. Take that Beyonce! Take that Simon Cowell!
Hayden Panettiere - Hayden Panettiere cleans up nicely once she sheds her pom-poms. White was the most popular color on the red carpet, but she stood out cuz her strapless number had a cool belt. Or maybe it was her arm candy in the form of Stephen Colletti.
Click here to check out the worst dressed celebrities at the 2007 Golden Globe Awards!
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