Anne Hathaway in Armani Prive.
Divine. It's a little Dynasty, but still divine.
Catherine Zeta-Jones in Monique Lhullier.
This is 100% Hollywood glam and, it might just be me, but is CZT getting younger? I feel as though she's spent a big chunk of Gordon Gekko's money on a time machine. She has never looked better.
Brad Pitt in Tom Ford and Angelina Jolie in Atelier Versace.
There are no words. This is the hottest, most interesting couple on Earth. End of story.
Mila Kunis in Vera Wang.
I have a gorgeous boyfriend but would leave him in one second for Mila Kunis. She looks absolutely stunning, Macaulay Culkin is somewhere in LA sobbing right now.
Leighton Meester in Burberry.
People hated her in this dress. Well...people are retarded. She looks elegant and whimsical and I guess I'm just a sucker for a poofy shoulder.
Natalie Portman in Viktor & Rolf.
She needs to read a few pages of Heidi Klum's Guide-to-Looking-Hot-On-The-Red-Carpet-While-Full-of-Baby because this dress is a NO. Her acceptance speech for Best Actress was a HELL NO.
Helena Bonham Carter in Vivienne Westwood.
HBC told reporters that she was "channeling an evil witch fairy" when she was getting ready for the show. Of course she was. And let's be honest, how disappointing would it be to see her in Armani with a simple top knot and matching shoes? Exactly.
Lea Michele in Oscar de la Renta.
I think the baby diva is annoying. She needs Roy Teeluck to poke a few more bobby pins into that unnecessarily messy updo and she also needs to learn that 5'1" girls can't wear that much of a ruffle. BTW the hand over her heart and intense emotional eyes whenever someone won from Glee was almost more than I could bear.
Jennifer Lopez in Zuhair Murad.
This is a poor showing. When Jenny From the Block RSVP's to an award show, she usually BRINGS IT. Apparently this year, "it" included a bedazzled, sheer mini-cape.
Julianne Moore in Lanvin.
HOLY SLEEVE BATMAN. This is the very definition of someone slapping on a large detail in efforts to be edgy and avant garde. You could inflate that sleeve and take a nice trip over the rooftops of LA. UP: The Sequel.