The Worst Oscar Looks Of All Time

The Worst Oscar Looks Of All Time
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Tonight, the Oscars red carpet will have every female glued to their television sets in anticipation of seeing the most glamorous and well-dressed celebrities in Hollywood.

Unfortunately, not everyone can be glamorous and well dressed all of the time. Here are ten instances in which celebrities were dressed awfully for the Oscars:

Bjork: 2001

 

Cher: 1988

 

Kim Basinger: 1990

 

Demi Moore: 1989

 

Whoopi Goldberg: 1993

 

Hilary Swank: 2003

 

Uma Thurman: 2003

 

Faith Hill: 2002

 

Tyra Banks: 2000

 

Kate Hudson: 2001

 

Which one of these looks do you dislike most?

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