The glam Red Carpet has seen historic dresses like that famous Elie Saab in which she received her Oscar, the Angelina Jolie leg and Hilary Swanks backless beauty.
If you're not into the fashion- read about the best moments of the ceremony HERE.
Who of will join these iconic Oscars fashion moments on the 2013 Oscars Red Carpet?
1. Charlize Theron
The last time I hyperventilated over a Red Carpet look was also with Charlize in that pink Dior in the Golden Globes. Remember?
Charlize has done it again. You have to be amazingly gorgeous to pull off short Ellen DeGeneres hair and make it look sexy and stunning. She's wearing Dior Couture. Perfection.
2. Naomi Watts
The nominee picked a fantastic metallic Armani Prive that has landed her in my Best Dressed. Agree?
3. Amy Adams
We've seen her look fantastic and we've seen her look... well, not so fantastic. Today, she looked so pretty in this Oscar de la Renta gown.
George Clooney, where are your height-increasing insoles?
Oh, well, let's look at his flawless girlfriend instead. The dress is by Naeem Khan.
5. Jane Fonda
How does one look that fantastic at age 75?
Those Jane Fonda Workout DVDs are going to be best-sellers tomorrow! Everything about this look is perfection -the sleeves, the color, the back. Jane is wearing Atelier Versace.
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1. Anne Hathaway
Holy God! Fire your stylist!
She was supposed to be wearing a dress by her BFF Valentino, but she chose this Prada number 3 hours before the ceremony. Everything about it is wrong.
First of all, are those her nipples, awkwardly placed seams or a combination of both? The color is boring us to death. Also, please take a minute to zoom in at that ridiculous necklace. Did she steal it from a 6-year-old? Ugh, ugh, ugh.
Where do I start?
I love this woman, but seriously? There's ruching in all the wrong places. It's too long. We can see her Spanx. It's not doing anything for her. And, let's not even talk about that hair.
3. Reese Witherspoon
This is so boring, I don't even want to write about it.
4. Catherine Zeta Jones
It's like this dress is inspired in a queen from a Latin American carnival. Tacky.
5. Salma Hayek
Money won't buy class. This is what Salma Hayek has taught us throughout her years in show business. Even though she is wearing Alexander McQueen, nothing is working about this look. It's too overpowering on her petite frame -the gold high-neck, the velvet. Imagine this on Stacey Keibler, though. We'd be loving it. The hair is tragic, too.
I am disappointed with Jennifer Lawrence -that dress does not scream Oscar winner, and she might become one today. I thought I'd love Kerry Washington, because I've been loving what she's doing this awards season. She went with a Miu Miu which was very prom dressy.
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