BEST: Julia Roberts was a golden girl at the 76th Academy in 2004, wearing a gorgeous Giorgio Armani gown.
WACKIEST: Bjork’s swan dress is possibly more famous than her music! The eccentric singer rocked this creatively designed bird to the 2001 Oscars, which was designed by Marjan Pejoski.
BEST: Hilary Swank was graciously green in 2000, when she scooped up the Best Actress Award for Boys Don’t Cry in a strapless Randolph Duke.
WORST: In 2003 Hilary didn’t score so well with the fashion critics, opting to wear a Christian Dior pink tulle dress and satin shoes with Fred Leighton and Bulgari jewels.
BEST: Kate Hudson looked magnificent in 2003, wearing a shimmering Versace gown.
WORST: Demi Moore thought outside of the box in 1986, designing her own Oscar wear, which included bike shorts and an exposed bra, and a peacock-like skirt.
BEST: Charlize Theron looked angelic in 2005, in a light blue creation from Christian Dior.
BEST: In 2007, Penelope Cruz dropped jaws in a peachy-perfect Atelier Versace number, which featured an impeccably draped bodice and cascading skirt.
BEST: In a red Balenciaga, which featured a bowed neck, Nicole Kidman radiated at the 2007 Academy Awards.
BEST: Queen Latifah flaunted her curves at 2007 Academy Awards in a Carmen Marco Valvo gown.
BEST: Marion Cotillard was scaled in elegance at the 2008 Academy Awards, wearing a creamy Jean Paul Gaultier gown.
BEST: Marisa Tomei rocked a cleverly coutured, white Atelier Versace floorlength, to the Oscars in 2009.
WORST: Beyonce wore her mother’s dress…literally. The gorgeous singer hit the red carpet of the 2009 Oscars in a gold and black House of Dereon mermaid-style gown.
BEST: Natalie Portman was a vision at the 2009 Academy Awards in a lavender, chiffon strapless from Rodarte.
WORST: At the 2002 Oscars, Halle Berry was panned by fashion critics, wearing a daringly revealing Elie Saab gown.
WORST: Uma Thurman looked like a Dutch princess in 2004, wearing a blue belted Christian Lacroix gown.
BEST: Michelle Williams rocked red lips with her mustard-yellow Vera Wang in 2006, looking absolutely stunning.
WORST: At the 2009 Oscars, Reese Witherspoon tried to break away from her comfort zone in a blue Rodarte Spring 2009 gown, and it was a huge mistake.
BEST: Sarah Jessica Parker channeled old Hollywood glamour in a Canary yellow Chanel gown at the 82nd Academy Awards.
BEST: Amanda Seyfried looked like a princess at the 82nd Academy Awards in a white hot Armani Prive gown.
WACKY: Charlize Theron covered up her rosebuds‹with rosebuds‹at the 82nd Academy Awards, wearing a lavender Christian Dior Haute Couture gown.
BEST: Anna Kendrick looked pretty in pink in 2010, wearing a gorgeous Elie Saab Couture gown.
BEST: Cameron Diaz rocked a gorgeously embellished Oscar de la Renta gown to the 82nd Academy Awards.
BEST: Sandra Bullock had the winning look in Marchesa at the 82nd Academy Awards.
BEST: Zoe Saldana looked powerfully purple at the 82nd Academy Awards, wearing a gorgeous Givenchy Couture gown.
WORST: Jennifer Lopez showed off some extra humps with her Armani Prive gown in 2010.
WORST: Anne Hathaway made a last minute switch in her gown selection for the 2013 Academy Awards and it didn't suit her at all. The perky nipple area in the bust line of her Prada gown gave new meaning to nipplegate.
BEST: Jennifer Lawrence may have tripped on her dress on her way to collect her 2013 Oscar but she still looked like a princess in her Dior Haute Couture gown.
WACKIEST: Message to Jane Fonda: The cast of Dynasty want their costumes back! Fonda's big-shouldered, bright yellow Atelier Versace number did the veteran star no favors at the 2013 Academy Awards.
Forget the winners and losers in the acting categories, what every Academy Award viewer really wants to see is the fashion! With just 24 hours to go before the 2014 award fest gets underway, RadaOnline.com is taking a look at some of the best, worst and wackiest fashions worn to the Oscar ceremony during the last decade.