SAG Awards Red Carpet, Part ONE
Darlings, celebrities clawed their way out of their holes in the ground and made their way to toward the light, in the hope that once they got there, someone would hand them an award. Let us judge them.
Terrible color for her.
Angelina Jolie in Jenny Packham
It’s a little to drapey for our tastes, and it looks like a trash can liner, but it’s actually showing some effort on her part, so we’ll give it a minor thumbs-up.
Diane Lane in David Meister
Beautiful color on her, but a dull dress otherwise.
Emily Blunt in Oscar de la Renta
Broken record: Beautiful color; somewhat boring dress otherwise.
We shouldn’t complain at all. We’re always asking for more color on the RC. We just didn’t think that meant all the ladies would default to WIlma gowns.
Emma Stone in Alexander McQueen
Gretchen Mol in L’Wren Scott
That’s a great, 1940s-retro kind of gown, but it’s really not helping her in the color department. She’s pale and yellow-haired, so a white and yellow dress doesn’t quite bring the drama.
Heather Morris in Masai Payan
Yow. Someone didn’t want to fade into the background tonight.
Jane Krakowski in Antonio Berardi
We don’t know… she looks like she ripped her dress open in a fit of fury or something. We realize that’s probably the effect they were going for, but it’s kind of disconcerting.
Jayma Mays in Reem Acra
Gorgeous. A personal best for her.
Judy Greer in Collette Dinnigan
Pretty. We don’t recommend white lace dresses on the RC, but if you’re going to do it, a pink purse and red earrings are the way to go to prevent it from going bridal on you.
Lea Michele in Versace
Mary Steenburgen in David Meister
KILLIN’ IT. Great color and fit. Her hair looks amazing.
Maya Rudolph in Naeem Khan
It’s pretty, but it cuts her right in half.
Michelle Williams in Valentino
Totally unexpected coming from her. It’s not all that head-turning a dress on its own, but it becomes one on her simply because it’s not really her type of dress. It’s just an okay dress, though. Not our favorite look from her. And the shoes look too heavy.
Missi Pyle in Chagoury Couture
Penelope Ann Miller in David Meister
You CAN wear other colors besides this one, Penelope Ann.
Sarah Hyland in Temperley London
That goes for you too, Sarah. No more pantyhose-colored dresses in your immediate future, mkay?
Sofia Vergara in Marchesa
Goodness, Sofia. Are you okay? Have you lost a ton of weight recently? Are you sick?
Oh, wait. It’s just that this dress actually fits you correctly and allows you to move and breath. Never mind then. Carry on! Great color on you!
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