Hands down, who rocked it in my book:
No surprises here, we knew there'd be a lot of fleshy/champagne frocks worn on the red carpet. For the most part, I thought they were a yawn...
Sandy Bullock: PERFECT face and hair, but she could have done so much better on the dress. Although, I imagine this frock was prettier in person. My sense is she's "real" enough to not let her Oscar dress selection dictate her life in the weeks and months prior to the show - she probably just OK'd whatever her stylist selected. Still, I think she could've done better.
Miley Cyrus: The bustier bodice keeps the dress age-appropriate, the crystalline skirting is not so full as to suggest a princess-in-a-ballgown, and her perfectly-imperfect hair pull it all together. Awesome. (Catty Comment: Miley, take some lessons from Morgan Freeman's babe back there behind you: Chest out, shoulders back. Good posture is key to pulling off a kick-ass dress)
Gabourey Sidibe: You always hear about fashion designers frothing at the mouth to dress Oscar nominees. Can I just say, where was the love from said designers for the Best Actress nominee? I realize it may be challenging to dress a larger woman like Gabourey, but if Donna Karen can make Barbra Streisand look like a queen, then certainly something minus the prom dress-crystal applique look could have been whipped up. Don't you agree?
And finally, JLo, looking like my sister's "Crystal Barbie" circa 1986. So annoying. Ugh.