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SAG Awards Red Carpet: My A-List & B-List

SAG Awards Red Carpet: My A-List & B-List

Overall, I was disappointed by last night's SAG red carpet style. I was hoping since it was the awards show amongst the actors and their Hollywood peers, people would have a bit more fun with their choices. Save the gorgeous gowns for the Oscars and raise the hemlines and work the colors for the SAGs! Here is my A-List & B-List:

A-List


Diane Kruger stopped me in my tracks last night. I didn't post a poll about it, and the more I see this Christian Dior asymmetrical champagne sequined dress the more I love it! Her hair looks great, very natural and off her face, to showcase her natural, goddess glow. Her makeup made her facial features appear very strong, and she exudes confidence. Her cleavage was pretty, but not in-your face, and her skin was perfection. Quite the beauty, Joshua Jackson is a lucky guy!



While I really want to see something more modern and possibly with a higher hemline on her, I thought Katherine Heigl was a ray of sunshine on the red carpet. This one shoulder gown hugged her curvaceous figure, the draping was fantastic, and the bright tangerine color was killer. Her golden locks were bouncy and bright, in classic Veronica Lake style, and her dark eyeliner created an air of mystique. We know she can do blonde bombshell, can she do anything else?



This was a hard decision for me but I think Sandra Oh is glowing in this strapless Armani cream lace princess gown. She just looks like she's having so much fun and makes me want to twirl around in that dress too! I know some of you thought her black pin was weird, but I think it breaks up the pattern - though maybe a belt would have been better. I love the pulled back black curls and her daring red lips. Oh Sandra, brava!


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B-List


I cannot begin to explain how many things are wrong here. Rachel McAdams what are you doing?! Are you so blinded by love you have thrown any personal style by the wayside? Here is my tisk tisk list: feathered hair with controversial highlights, white dress with pale ass skin, white pumps with white dress, and lame red carpet poses. And the dress? Was simply too big on her, and aren't we all over white after the Golden Globes? Sorry cutie pie.



Did anyone else think that Ellen Pompeo looked like an alien? Her Lanvin eggplant adorned neck gown would have been fab if worn with less severe hair and minimal jewelry but she loaded on the theatrics. I know it's the red carpet, where drama applies, but she overdosed on it. This was all just too much for her small frame.



Here is Eva Longoria looking as short as ever. Really, this grey Vera Wang gown with an asymmetrical flower rosette detail, shrinks her already petite frame. She had to have some high heels on underneath there but this gown just did not flatter her figure. The draping is also a bit off at the bottom, making it look like a pool of fabric spilled on either side of her. And her makeup: enough with the super long false eyelashes and hair extensions. Can you be less fake next time Eva?


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