It was an evening of sheer fabrics, glittery neutrals, dynamic reds, feathers and boobs - from Mila Kunis' lace that looked more like an accidental peekaboo to Jennifer Hudson's va-va-voom to Cate Blanchett's target on her chest. Or was it a frame? On to the highlights...
You go, Jennifer Hudson. Celebrate that svelte figure. Love that tangerine Versace - and love knowing the shoes were purple, even if we couldn't see them.
Anyone who criticizes Gwyneth Paltrow in this liquid Calvin Klein sheath, with perfectly straight hair to match is just jealous.
Unexpected, Mandy Moore! This crystal encrusted Monique Lhuillier gown is exquisite.
So much pressure on La Portman. And that's just her bladder. I think she aced it. This Rodarte dress was so flattering and soft and pretty. Just pretty. Liked that she let her hair down, too.
Reese Witherspoon looked classic and glamorous in Armani Prive. Up close, the high pony was a bit southern belle, but she is a southern belle! I like it.
Most stunningly age appropriate? Toss up between Hailee Steinfeld in Marchesa and...
...the amazing Helen Mirren.
First reaction: Am I seeing areolas??? Never quite recovered. You're a fox, Mila Kunis, but this is not my fave.
Didn't think it was possible for Nicole Kidman's hips to look big. Congratulations. One bright spot: the red shoes.
Oh, of course she's gorgeous and movie star glam (and outshines James Franco). Love the red. Generally not a fan of the pooping fabric effect.
Ahhh, I thought, on first glance from waist up. Ohhh, I said when I saw that cascade of tulle at the bottom. I don't hate it, but feel like it would have been better without the fussiness at the bottom. Still, she's Halle and she's gorgeous and nobody wears spiky hair as well.
Now that's a dress. It is growing on me. But I just can't stop seeing the target on Cate Blanchett's chest. Not that it's necessarily a bad thing.