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This gorgeous beaded Marchesa gown was just made for Oscar winning. We love seeing Sandra Bullock all dressed up like this...the hair, the makeup, the sparkles—everything works! The Blind Side star seems a little in awe of the entire proceedings, but better get used to it. You're a babe and an Academy Award winner, Sandy B.
It's been a rough red carpet season for Up In the Air's Anna Kendrick. She's yet to really wow us with any of her dress choices, and we were really hoping she'd figure everything out by the Oscars. Unfortunately, while this blush pink Elie Saab gown is pretty and feminine, it just sort of blends with her skin and, even worse, blends into the surroundings. That's just not cool on a night where the Best Supporting Actress nominee is supposed to stand out.
It wouldn't be a red carpet if Carrie Bradshaw Sarah Jessica Parker wasn't there carrying off some crazy fashion. Last Oscars it was a '50s-inspired Dior number, and this year she takes it into the '60s with this yellow silk Chanel Couture column gown. This is just the kind of thing we expect from SJP—and far from feeling predictable, we love it!
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From the knees up, British nominee Carey Mulligan is a stunner in this Prada frock. The intricately beaded, bejeweled bodice is fantastic, and it's just the sort of interesting detail we expect the quirky star to wear. But all that awesomeness is ruined by the skirt's asymmetrical hem and fugly heels. Too bad, this could've, would've, should've been amazing.
And in the Most Pleasantly Surprising category, it's Miley Cyrus for the win! Well, OK, the bunchy bustier needs some tweaking, but besides that, this sequined Jenny Packham gown is the perfect mixture of youthfulness and glamour. Add the soft updo and some well-placed bling and this is the best Miley has ever looked. Kudos, hon!
After a crazy ride on the red carpet this season, funnylady Tina Fey ends the fashion roller coaster on a perfectly nice note. This single-shoulder Michael Kors gown isn't the most earth-shattering couture out there, but it's simple, sparkly and elegant, just like the 30 Rock star herself.
Now this is what we watch the Oscars preshow for. Zoe Saldana's dramatic Givenchy couture gown is the kind of divisive (and different) design that you either love or hate. Us? We're going to have to go with Team Love It. It's got glitter, ruffles, color and ombre shading—what's not to adore?! Which side are you on?
See all the red carpet glamour in our 2010 Oscars: Arrivals gallery!
Vera Farmiga may not be the most dazzling star on the red carpet (not that there's anything wrong with that), but the Best Supporting Actress nominee's berry-colored Marchesa confection is pretty damn stunning. These tiers of swirling pleated layers are so mesmerizing, we can't take our eyes off it. Smart choice, lady.
Ahhh, we are dying! Jennifer Lopez's strapless, origami-fold Armani Privé gown looks like the most elaborately designed piece of bubble wrap ever. We just wanna reach out and pop the plastic so bad—who wouldn't?—starting with the wad of material bunched into her massive hip adornment.
After spending the past year or so lecturing our little Twilight star Kristen Stewart to stand up straight, smile and brush her hair, we can't help but feel a little bit like a proud parent here. Her midnight blue Monique Lhuillier gown is both gorgeous and gothic (just how she likes it), and she actually looks happy to be wearing it. Success! Now let's just hope she keeps this up come Eclipse premiere time.
Somebody raided Taylor Swift's private sparkle dress closet! Not that we mind—Cameron Diaz actually looks stunning in the glittery gown by Oscar de la Renta. More importantly, though, she's brushed and styled her hair! And her makeup is stunning. What can we say? Lady looks smokin'.
Almost every year somebody wears something off-the-wall crazy to the Oscars, and this year the unfortunate honor goes to Charlize Theron. Yep, those are her lady lumps wrapped in lilac rosettes, courtesy of Dior Haute Couture. This one's going down in the history books along with the swan dresses and pirate costumes.
The Simple Life seems light years away, doesn't it? Formerly troubled celebutante Nicole Richie looks every inch the A-list insider in this Reem Acra vintage column gown (frankly, this pic doesn't even do the gunmetal glimmer of her gown any justice). We love a success story just as much as we adore this nod to '60s elegance. You've come a long way, baby!
Catch Joan Rivers as she roasts the red carpet on E!'s Fashion Police: The 2010 Academy Awards, March 8 @ 10/9c