Mila Kunis in Vera Wang
This color ruled the red carpet and I loved it!
Amy Adams in Marchesa.
Not a huge fan of her but I think she looks stunning in this dress and I'm always a sucker for navy.
Natalie Portman in Victor & Rolf
I have to say, I was expecting a little more wow with Ms. Portman and certainly not this quirky Victor & Rolf number, but I like that she didn't go with one of the predicted designers (Lanvin, Rodarte or Dior) and showed off her growing bump. Congrats to Natalie on her win!
Megan Fox in Armani Prive
Gorgeous from head to toe.
Olivia Wilde in Marchesa
It's highly reminiscent to me of the Oscar de la Renta dress that Cameron Diaz wore last year but I still love it. Marchesa can do no wrong in my eyes and Olivia's hair and makeup aren't too over the top, which was a good choice for such a dramatic dress.
Piper Perabo in Oscar de la Renta
This isn't a great picture of her but I loved her whole look, I don't think she's ever looked better.
January Jones in Versace
My TOP PICK. January Jones has become my red carpet favorite, she always wears something daring, in a dramatic color with total class. Her hair and makeup are never done the same way twice, which so many stars have gotten in the habit of doing. January can do no wrong in my eyes. Versace made a good choice when they hired her on, she knows how to werk Versace.
OK, now it's time to touch on ones that I didn't like so much...
Michelle Williams in Valentino
My celebrity doppleganger. Awful. This dress does nothing but make her look like a frumpy, confused hippie. What happened to the times when she looked like a Hollywood movie star back in 2006 at the Globes?
Jennifer Love Hewitt in Ramona KavezaI hate this look. The dress doesn't do anything for her body, the color is not flattering and her hair is way to big. it ages her and makes her look large.