The Good, the Bad and the Downright Wacky Fashion on the Oscars 2020 Red Carpet – Listen!

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This week, Gwen and Us Weekly senior reporter Travis Cronin dished their favorite looks on the Oscars red carpet. The Academy Awards were held on February 9 at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles and the A-list hit that carpet bringing their usual glam. Among some of our favorite looks: Brie Larsen in her next-level sexy rose gold Celine by Hedi Slimane caped dress, Scarlett Johansson in a structured silvery strapless Oscar de la Renta, and of course, Janelle Monae, clad in a custom Ralph Lauren hooded gown encrusted with 168,000 crystals!

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We raved about the forever chicness that is Charlize Theron (wearing Dior, natch) and how envious we are of Regina King and her bangin’ bod. Though Travis believes she may have gotten an assist thanks to the stellar construction of the Atelier Versace gown she rocked. Speaking of phenomenal physiques, Julia Louis-Dreyfus was perfection in Vera Wang.

Kristen Wiig Downright Wacky Fashion on the Oscars 2020 Red Carpet 
Kristen Wiig at The 92nd Annual Academy Awards on February 9, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. Shutterstock

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And the style social statement award goes to Natalie Portman, whose cape honored the female directors who the Academy failed to recognize this year.

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But as with any major Hollywood event, it wasn’t all swoon-worthy. Some looks were… interesting, to say the least. Take, for instance, Sandra Oh’s Elie Saab number with the giant sleeves was questionable and while we love funny lady Maya Rudolph (can she and Kristen Wiig please host the Emmys?), her oversized rust sparkle Valentino eclipsed her frame. Funnily, the weirdest style moment went to partner-in-comedy Wiig and her rectangular red ruffled Valentino. Listen to the episode and get the skinny!

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