The Best, Worst & Wackiest Fashions Of The Golden Globes Through The Years


Jan. 15 2012, Published 10:00 a.m. ET

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By Leah Ornstein - Radar Style & Beauty Editor

The moment is almost here!

Before we pick out all of the red carpet winners and sinners of the 2012 Golden Globe Awards on Sunday, is bringing you the red carpet hall of fame and shame of the annual show in a special photo feature!

In 2011, Olivia Wilde dazzled in an exquisite bronzy chocolate Marchesa gown, while Halle Berry showed off a little too much leg in a super sexy Nina Ricci lingerie look and Helena Bonham Carter was dressed to shock in a Vivienne Westwood dress paired with mismatched heels!

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Who can forget Kate Hudson and Drew Barrymore’s fashion flops in 2010? While Drew added an extra lady hump with her Atelier Versace beaded number, Kate looked ready to walk down the aisle in the year 2020 wearing on over the top, constructed Marchesa Bridal collection gown.

Also in 2010 Jennifer Aniston showed off her best assets in scandalously high slit Valentino number and Sandra Bullock Blind Sided us (in a good way!) wearing a powerfully purple Bottega Veneta strapless gown.

Angelina Jolie got gorgeous in 2007, wearing a divinely draped St. John Couture gown, which she accessorized with her eye candy baby-daddy Brad Pitt.

Just because it’s called the Golden Globes, it doesn’t mean like you have to dress up like one, but apparently Jennifer Love Hewitt didn’t get that memo that same year.

We are quite sure Portia de Rossi would love to turn back time and take back the embellished Christina Perrin completely sheer disaster of a dress she wore in 2000.

See all the best, worst and wackiest fashions of the Golden Globe Awards by clicking here.




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