J.K. Rowling wore an Oscar de la Renta gown to the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II premiere in London. The strapless green dress, covered with pink flowers, wasn't exactly a hit with Us Weekly's Fashion Police.
"She has all these flowers, so it makes it look like she's wearing a garden," one top cop said.
Another critic quipped: "The dress itself is almost as bad as when Hermione was turned into a cat and had fur all over her face and a tail!"
Hear what others had to say about Rowling's ensemble, and find out the consensus on Linda Hogan's animal-print dress in the video above.