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
Worst Dressed - Cameron Diaz
Is this the wedding dressCameron Diaz would have worn if she had married Justin Timberlake? Usually, you want to look hot the first time you run into your ex, but Cameron falls flat with this crazy tulle getup. She may have been able to pull it off if her make-up was softer and prettier, but those hideously red lips and cheeks just make her more guffaw-worthy. Looks like Justin said Bye Bye Bye in the nick of time!
Worst Dressed - Beyonce
Beyonce thought that being nominated for a Golden Globe meant looking like one. She can wear an evening gown like nobody's business, but the plunging neckline (with an extra gap) and up-to-there slit is trashier than Mariah Carey's closet. Maybe Beyonce should make a small statue of herself - posing like this in this very dress - and award it to herself since she lost out big-time to Dreamgirls co-star, Jennifer Hudson.
Worst Dressed - Sienna Miller
Fashion's It girl? Not at the 2007 Golden Globes - unless the current trend is to look like a medieval knight-meets-goat-herding milkmaid. If so, then we pass on this trend.
Worst Dressed - Dishonorable Mentions
Angelina Jolie - Angelina Jolie looked sexy in her strapless charcoal gown, but what was up with the sour expression and bad 'tude? If we were dating Brad Pitt, we wouldn't be able to wipe the smiles off our faces!
Vanessa L. Williams - To pull off an electrifying red-carpet look, Ugly Betty star Vanessa L. Williams stuck her finger in a light socket before she left her house.
Click here to check out the best dressed celebrities at the 2007 Golden Globe Awards!
"Charulata" wrote: "katieee123_" wrote: I'm not going to judge her, it was most likely her parents fault. Poor girl.
I'm sorry , But I don't think it's her parents fault. Her parents didn't tell her do anything with anyone , She did. Her parents isn't involved in this case!!
She's 13. Kids that age base some of their decisions off of what their parents say. Her parents should have told her what's right and what's wrong, which they most likely didn't do since apparently they didn't care.