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Hollywood glamour reigns on Oscars red carpet

February 23, 2009

(Writing by Lisa Baertlein)

Glamour ruled on Hollywood’s biggest night, and “Slumdog Millionaire” star Freida Pinto was brilliant in a blue John Galliano gown, supporting actress winner Penelope Cruz donned a 60-year-old Balmain and best actress winner Kate Winslet dazzled in a one-shoulder number from Yves Saint Laurent.

Stars like Heidi Klum and Natalie Portman added splashes of color, but many stars including Anne Hathaway, Cruz, Taraji P. Henson and Evan Rachel Wood wore white and other light colors.

Who do you think was best dressed? And worst?

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Award winners Penelope Cruz in Balmain and Kate Winslet in Yves Saint Laurent

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Heidi Klum in Roland Mouret

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Freida Pinto in John Galliano

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Viola Davis in Reem Acra and Taraji P. Henson in Roberto Cavalli

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Marisa Tomei and Natalie Portman

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(Photos: REUTERS)

Comments

More clothes and less skin, and they would all look alike.

 

Anna Hathaway looks gorgeous, she was the most elegant and graceful young lady of the glamourus Night.Very good choice very good pose absolutely stunning.

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