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Monday, May 13, 2013

Top 10 Awful Oscar Dresses Of All Time

Top 10 Awful Oscar Dresses Of All Time


Oscar Ceremony
is probably World’s most famous ceremony. Millions of people are watching Oscar ceremony live from Red Carpet till the end. Since it has that many audience, it is also too important what actors, artist wear that night. Something like Paris Fashion Week. This list is about 10 most unforgettable ‘’ugly’’ dresses of Red Carpet. Before checking awful dresses, lets know about ‘’Oscar’’ more.
In 1929, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences hands out its first awards, at a dinner party for around 250 people held in the Blossom Room of the Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood, California.
The Academy officially began using the nickname Oscar for its awards in 1939; a popular but unconfirmed story about the source of the name holds that Academy executive director Margaret Herrick remarked that the statuette looked like her Uncle Oscar. Since 1942, the results of the secret ballot voting have been announced during the live-broadcast Academy Awards ceremony using the sealed-envelope system. The suspense–not to mention the red-carpet arrival of nominees and other stars wearing their most beautiful or outrageous evening wear–continues to draw international attention to the film industry’s biggest night of the year.
Check out 10 Most Awful Oscar Dresses Of All Time.

10 – Uma Thurman – 2004

Uma Thurman - 2004
Uma Thurman – 2004

09 – Whoopi Goldberg – 1993

Whoopi Goldberg - 1993
Whoopi Goldberg – 1993

08 – Cher – 1988

Cher - 1988
Cher – 1988

07 – Kim Basinger – 1990

Kim Basinger - 1990
Kim Basinger – 1990

06 – Demi Moore – 1989

Demi Moore - 1989
Demi Moore – 1989

05 – Faith Hill – 2002

Faith Hill - 2002
Faith Hill – 2002

04 – Geena Davis – 1992

Geena Davis - 1992
Geena Davis – 1992

03 – Gwyneth Paltrow – 2002

Gwyneth Paltrow - 2002
Gwyneth Paltrow – 2002

02 – Kate Hudson – 2001

Kate Hudson - 2001 Oscar Dresses
Kate Hudson – 2001

01 – Björk Swan Dress – 2001

Björk - 2001
Björk – 2001

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