She may have tripped in her pastel gown, but the public fell in love with this strapless Dior Haute Couture design.
Jennifer Lopez is looking gorgeous as always in this gown, but the sequins and sheer cut meet at an awkward point, shortening J.Lo's iconically sexy frame.
The Les Mis star was the picture of understated elegance in a navy Zac Posen trumpet gown and a long pendant necklace by Lorraine Schwartz.
This dress is fun with its futuristic design, but the stark white, neon piping, mesh panels, and thigh-high slit make the dress too busy.
Kerry was pretty in pink in a bedazzled strapless Miu Miu number. Bonus points for the matching clutch and shoes.
If that skirt were black, we might not be as bothered by the thigh-high front.
The songstress channeled old Hollywood glamour in a plunging sequined gown from Hervé Léger by Max Azria.
There's no need for this dress to include so many different features. A low neck would have been striking enough.
This is one actress who knows how to accessorize: A $5.8 million diamond Harry Winston necklace perfectly complemented Jessica’s peach Oscar de la Renta dress.
The shiny black bandeau top looks like it doesn’t belong on the Girls star’s watercolor frock.
Talk about the perfect combination of sexy and sweet: The actress chose a form-fitting Giorgio Armani gown with a Swarovski crystal bow.
The singer's tunes are so cheery—this look is just far too dreary for us.
The actress helped design this custom dress with Oscar de la Renta himself. What’s not to love about the layer upon layer of delicate tulle?
We love a high slit or a low neck, but both on this gown are distracting from the actress' perfect smile.
The actress’s super sexy cut-out Michael Kors gown stole the show.
Halle Berry and her body do not need any additional layers of fabric—ever.
Jessica's shimmery champagne-hued Armani Privé gown fit her like a glove.
The actress looks beautiful but we would prefer this gown in a different metallic.
The Mad Men actress looked pretty—and age appropriate—in a sweet floral tea-length frock from Delpozo.
We would have enjoyed this look if it had an entirely different neckline and sleeves.
Floral embellishment, a belt, a bow, and even an ombré hem made Zoe's Alexis Mabille gown a serious standout.
She has one of the best figures out there, but this ill-fitted top just did not do her justice.
The New Girl star pulled off an up-to-there slit like no other in a sky blue silky number from J. Mendel.
Lucy Liu needs very little to compliment her stunning looks—this printed fabric seemed like too much.
Only Rihanna can show up in a tomato-hued sheer Alaïa dress. Red hot? We think so.
We love the hair and makeup, but that ultra-sheer skirt makes the dress look more like a bathing suit coverup than a red carpet gown.