Taraji Henson in Roberto Cavalli- Absolutely stunning. Great shape
Freida Pinto in John Galliano-Progressive and props for goin with Galliano, but it comes off as a little grandma at church for me.
Viola Davis in Reem Acra-On trend but doesn't fit too well. A little too Dream Girls-esque
Sarah Jessica Parker in Dior Haute Couture-Stunning. Leave it to Mrs. Parker to be the showstopper. Thanks for giving us hope!
Diane Lane in Dolce and Gabbana- Good look for her. Age appropriate and beautiful.
Amanda Seyfried in Valentino Haute Couture-Once again, mad props for going all "fashiony" and proggresive with the huge bow, but it just didn't work for me. The dress itself should have been a little longer.
Miley Cyrus in a Zuhair Murad -Beautiful dress but not too age appropriate. It is the best gown she's worn all season though. Props to her!
Virginia Madsen in a Kevan Hall gown-An example of what I was talking about earlier- an inventive and ambitious dress but absolutely falls flat on the body. You can always count on at least one person to do this per ceremony.
Vanessa Hudgens in Marchesa-The dreaded mermaid dress. She's too young to be sporting this dated look. MOVE ON!
Anne Hathaway in Armani Prive- The final confirmation of why Hathaway is the newest and most genuine fashion icon of this generation. Stunning.
Kate Winslet in Yves Saint Laurent- Stunning as usual. I love the gown. May not be as good as previous choices this season, but still a genuine show stopper.