Yikes, where to begin…Let's start with the not so bad and work our way down. If you'd prefer to ogle the Best Dressed ladies from last night, you can place the peepers on them here.
Sarah Hyland, not sure what's going on regarding your head to body ratio, but that aside, you look a bit like someone playing dress up.
Debra Messing looks wider than I assume she is in reality; Rosario Dawson, there are no words (apart from perhaps 'constricted'); and just when Stacey Kiebler's dress couldn't get more tubular, Emily Mortimer rocks along in her own metal piping.
Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz appear to have gotten themselves hammered before they got dressed. Craig in his black and navy trimmed tux, and Rachel in her Pretty in Pink gone wrong ensemble, is it just me or do they look like they're impersonating themselves?
Cut-n-Shut dresses are nobody's friend, just ask Halle Berry, who looks like 1997 by way of the Golden Girls' soft furnishings. The lopsided boob look wasn't good two years ago, it's even worse now.
Marion Cotillard, while we appreciate that you're trying something new after our Critic's Choice Awards comments, we feel compelled to point out that your hair is drab, your shoes clash with the dress and you're missing half your belt.
Jessica Chastain. The colour is too insipid on you, your hair is too severe, but you do get extra points for letting the ladies flail about in a dangerous fashion.
Zooey Deschanel = hauling around the stage curtains from the community hall.
Lea Michele, the dress is fine, just don't double dip yourself next time.
Julianne Hough, bit too Swan Lake fornicating with Glinda the Good Witch of the North.
Taylor Swift, I doubt she sat down all night such is the creaseability of her dress. In saying that, it's nice to see her in another colour apart from whiter shade of pale. Please take note, Anne Hathaway.