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See the looks that dazzled and even a few disasters from the red carpet

Shaun Harrison
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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie may be Hollywood's sexiest power couple, but neither of them tried too hard for the SAG Awards. If you got it, work it!
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Benjamin Button's Taraji P. Henson grabbed lots of attention for her role in the movie, and this stunning white gown turned plenty of heads as well. We see great (and glamorous) things in her future.
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Thank you, Tina Fey, for taking this opportunity to show women everywhere that being smart doesn't preclude being sexy, too. Sporting a short, strapless dress with a gray satin belt and a loose 'do, the 30 Rock star that Vanity Fair dubbed "A New American Sweetheart" proved she's got some sassy style and a flirty side behind all those witty lines.
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Award season darling and The Wrestler star Mickey Rourke may be shinier in this gunmetal suit than any of the statues he could win.
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John Adams' Laura Linney plays it safe with this unremarkable gown. We're not crazy about the color, but it's flattering and she wears it well.
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Dear Kate Winslet: We can only imagine the stamina required to look outrageously glamorous on red carpets, week after week, all awards-season long. But your spandexy, cobalt blue choice for the SAG Awards evokes not the seductive, Hollywood hotness befitting a woman of your station, but more of our moms' aerobics outfits in the 1980s. We love you. We're sorry. Now change!
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Adorable Amy Adams (Doubt) is usually a winner, but it's hard to argue for a gown that looks like a puffy chocolate bar.
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Though Samantha Who?'s Christina Applegate looks stunning in Kelly green, the sloppy cut of the dress — including the saggy waistline — takes away from her loveliness.
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The Closer's Kyra Sedgwick knows how to close a deal on the red carpet. She went for a classic, black and white strapless ensemble that won over our judges in the court of style.
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Even Jack Bauer can find time in his busy schedule to get gussied up for the SAG Awards. His real-life alter ego Kiefer Sutherland cleans up with an elegant tux after a really long, 24-hour day.
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Oh, Holly Hunter. We love your work on Saving Grace, but it would take a few dozen yards of new fabric to save this unfortunate scene on the SAG Awards carpet. Ditch that pink, shiny material and try to remember that less is more.
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Jenna Fischer, can we please be your stylist? This may be the last red-carpet straw for us. You're beautiful, so why are you hiding it behind a prison-grey frock that completely clashes with the warmth of your skin tone and hair? It's ok to not be The Office's Pam when you're off the set.
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Marisa Tomei may have taken a sucker punch to her style at the Golden Globes, but The Wrestler star made a comeback for the SAG Awards. With a yellow chiffon gown accented with satin at the waist and a frilly little flower, the actress is ravishing.
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Though House's Jennifer Morrison wins points for improving on her awful Golden Globes helmet hair, we don't understand why this beauty would want to hide her body behind this floppy waistline — we wish we could reach through the screen and untuck it!
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Claire Danes dazzles in this ravishing ruffled red gown. By the way, where've you been Claire?
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With the runaway success of Milk, Sean Penn and his wife, Robin Wright Penn, have a lot of things to celebrate this awards season — but her dress is not one of them. As a pair, the two are sexy-crazy-cool, but her dress is so scrunched across her bodice that it ruins the line of what could have done a body good.
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Mad Men siren Christina Hendricks owns the red carpet (as usual!) in a jaw-droppingly gorgeous red dress that hugs every curve. Much like her on-screen character, Joan, we'd let Hendricks file our papers anytime
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Teri Hatcher has us walking the line with this white affair unfurling from her lanky frame. The maven of Wisteria Lane is thisclose to overdoing it with the weirdly unmoving wings of fabric billowing beneath her waist — but she somehow has the Housewives 'tude to pull it all off.
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America Ferrera, are you reading our red-carpet captions? After repeated disappointment with the Ugly Betty star's puffy skirts and other such fashion offenses, she overcame her bad-dress addiction with this elegant, full-length frock that makes the most of everything's she's got.
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Desperate Housewives' Nicollette Sheridan or a mermaid? You be the judge. The style and color are fine, but that print's just not doing the gown any favors.
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Emily Blunt wears her gown well. It's just too bad that it's caught somewhere between aluminum foil and a disco ball.
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House's Lisa Edelstein's glamorous one-shoulder gown stands out, even though it matches the carpet.
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Vicky Cristina Barcelona's Penelope Cruz is beautiful in just about anything, and this black gown is no exception. But how about some neckline?
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Rachel Getting Married's Anne Hathaway looks like an old Hollywood/Grecian goddess in this stunning white gown with crystal embellished neckline and waistline.
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Voluptuous Bernard and Doris star Susan Sarandon knocks this one out of the park with a fitted, low-cut black gown.
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Evan Rachel Wood's one-shoulder get-up is elegant and classy, but what's with those shoes? Just because they match the bag doesn't make it OK!
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Rosario Dawson looks like she's doing research for the next Mummy movie in this ill-filling and unflattering silver gown.
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30 Rock's Jane Krakowski works the carpet with her winning smile and a plunging neckline.
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Office funnyman Steve Carell and his wife, Nancy Walls, make a charming red-carpet pair. They both kept it simple and classic.
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Desperate Housewives' Marcia Cross chose a strapless gown that looks like it's being eaten by a ruffle monster from the ground up. We're pretty sure her character would be scolding the choice.
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Desperate Housewives' Eva Longoria smoked the red carpet at the Globes but misses with this peach chiffon confection that's so sweet, it makes our teeth ache.
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Katrina Bowden, who plays the ditzy hottie Cerie on 30 Rock, looks flirty, fun and young in this light blue mini dress from Project Runway's Christian Siriano(!).