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Fashion Police :: 2007 Academy Awards (pg. 2)

Yawn! You're not the only one who snoozed during the 79th Annual Academy Awards. Host Ellen DeGeneres was worth a chuckle at best and the acceptance speeches were forgettable. Luckily Kidzworld's Fashion Police was patrolling the red carpet to pick out all the fashion highs and lows. Check it out!

Kidzworld's picks for worst dressed are Kirsten Dunst and Anne Hathaway!
2007 Academy Awards

Worst Dressed - Kirsten Dunst

Kirsten Dunst makes truckloads of cash, so she should be able to buy a little style. So why did she wear this sorry-looking frock? It may be couture Chanel, but it sure doesn't scream "chic" with all those beads and feathers! Plus, the color doesn't flatter her pale complexion. Our advice for Kirsten's stylist? Off with their heads!

Worst Dressed - Anne Hathaway

Bows are pretty - except when they look like they've been painted on your chest and butt! Anne Hathaway had an amazing wardrobe in The Devil Wears Prada, so we expected her to sweep down the red carpet in something super stylish. Instead, we were left shaking our heads at this designer dud.

Worst Dressed - Dishonorable Mentions

  • Jennifer Hudson - The Best Supporting Actress looked far from dreamy in her gold cropped jacket that had a collar of alien-sized proportions!
  • Jessica Biel - Jessica Biel's belted hot pink frock was more prom-worthy than for a night at the Oscars.
  • Cameron Diaz - Cameron Diaz showed up looking like a jilted bride. Again.
  • Click here to check out the best dressed celebrities at the 2007 Academy Awards!
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