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2011 Emmys: The Radar Style Awards!

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Sep. 19 2011, Published 1:30 p.m. ET

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By Leah Ornstein - Style & Beauty Editor

Who was the sexiest siren?  Which teen star dressed way too old for her age?  And whose bling had the most bang? has already poured through all of the photos from the 2011 Emmy Awards and sourced out the best, worst and wackiest fashions of the red carpet, and now it's  time for the real fashion awards!

Talk about a RED carpet! The fiery hot hue was all over on Sunday night, leading us to believe that an a la mode memo went out to all the stars, but out of all the fine females on the carpet, who was the fairest lady in red of them all?

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It was tough to pick a winner, to be quite honest. Kate Winslet looked flawless in her Elie Saab gown, while Vampire Diaries star Nina Dobrev finally proved herself on the fashion front in her Donna Karan gown, but it was Lea Michele who really had us wishing that she rocked red every day of the week.

And while 13-year-old Ariel Winter had us aghast with her over-the-top cleavage (too sexy, too young!) Minka Kelly had us equally irritated by not living up to her "sexiest woman alive" status. The Charlie's Angels babe, who is a total hottie, looked gorgeous in her Christian Dior gown, but come on -- homegirl has the rest of her life to dress like a old NYC socialite!

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As for the biggest scene-stealer of the night, leave that to Gwyneth Paltrow! The Academy Award and Emmy Award winner, flaunted her abfab figure in a totally sheer and sexy lace Emilio Pucci two-piece number, which had pretty much every woman in the crowd hating her guts.

What bad girl experienced the biggest blunder? What vampy actress rocked the best after-party attire? And who made the most dramatic red carpet comeback? Click here to find out.



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