Monday, June 14, 2010

Tony Awards: Best & Worst Dressed

The 64th Annual Tony Awards took place last night on Sunday, June 13th. Will & Grace star Sean Hayes hosted, and most of Hollywood seemed to go home with an award. Catherine Zeta-Jones, Denzel Washington, Scarlett Johansson all won at Radio City Music Hall, and the entertainment and fashion were at their best. The Tonys don't get as much press as the Oscars or the Grammys, but the stars were dressed to the nines in their red-carpet best. Well, most of them anyway.

Here's a look into some of the best and worst dressed stars of the night:

Scarlett Johansson: Best. She wowed the crowd in an Elie Saab emerald green sequined gown, and her up-do flowed perfectly with her ensemble.

Kristin Chenworth: Best. Wearing one of the only short dresses on the red carpet, Kristin wore a silver Tony Ward Couture from the Spring 2010 line, pairing it with Sergio Rossi heels. Never one for being a fan of the long dresses, Kristin Chenworth's dress was my favorite of the night

 Lea Michele: Best. The Glee star donned an extremely flattering marigold Zac Posen gown and deep red lipstick.

 Paula Abdul: Best. Ex-American Idol judge and new judge to the X-Factor, she stood out in a pink Tony Ward Couture evening gown, who seemed to be a popular designer for the evening.

Lucy Liu: Best. Another Hollywood A-Lister rocked the red carpet in a pink, flowing Marchesa gown.

Namoi Watts: Best. If anyone could rock this look, it was Naomi Watts. She stood out on the red carpet wearing RM by Roland Moret.

Catherine Zeta Jones: 50/50. Catherine wore a great silver Versace dress, but her up-do didn't really suit her face shape or the gown.

Cate Blanchett: Worst. Even a star like Cate couldn't pull off the all-silver Armani Prive suit.

Melanie Griffith: Worst. Even though husband Antonio Banderas looked smashing as always, Melanie's awkwardly shaped and cut black dress and large shoulder tattoo did not flatter her at all.

Aretha Franklin: Worst. Like Cate, Aretha didn't know when enough was enough when it came to metallic and donned an entirely bronze ensemble that wouldn't work on just about anyone.

All in all, the Tonys were entertaining, well put-together, and as always, the stars (or almost all of them) came dressed to impress.

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