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Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt didn't need trophies at VH1's Critics Choice Awards to command the spotlight. Jolie was literally angelic in a flowing, white gown, while Brad maintained his sleek look with that winter moustache. But their best accessory? True love.
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Uh-oh, Toto. We’re not in teen films anymore! Amanda Bynes shows it all off in a skin-tight pink dress and long, loose locks. The Hairspray actress is rockin' the red carpet, and she knows it.
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Penelope Cruz is a knock out, no matter what she wears — but her classic, elegant style doesn't hurt. The Spanish beauty may not have won for best supporting actress at the Critic Choice Awards, but she was stunning in a blue, strapless dress with a ribboned waist and curve-hugging lines.
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Diane Lane gets sparkly for the Critics Choice Awards beside husband Josh Brolin, who took a modern approach to the red carpet suit. Later that night, Lane presented Richard Gere with the Joel Siegel award, while Brolin won with Milk costars for the best acting ensemble.
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Elizabeth Banks went for the gold at the VH1 awards show, pulling out all the glamour stops…and then some. So we knew she was pretty and everything, but her loose, lamé dress, up-'do and sexy heels helped us see her in a new light… a really hot light.
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Kate Beckinsale also took a glamorous route to the Critics Choice carpet, but forgot about how fun it is to be nominated for best actress. Gorgeous? Absolutely. A little humorless? Maybe.
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Tristan Wilds hams it up with 90210 costar Jessica Stroup at the People's Choice Awards. The rising stars shed their trendy daywear for some sophisticated threads on the red carpet, surprising even the most devoted of West Bev fans.
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Grey's Chandra Wilson gets decked out in a sweeping, vermillion dress that's both elegant and edgy. Yet, her style couldn't sway the votes: House went on to best her show in the awards' TV drama category.
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House docs Robert Sean Leonard and Hugh Laurie shed their scrubs for tuxes at the People's Choice Awards.
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Country darling Carrie Underwood floralized for the PCAs with a long, strapless number for her multiple strolls to the winner's podium. The former Idol champ won the public's votes for fave country song ("Last Name") and favorite female singer.
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90210's AnnaLynne McCord rocks a retro lavender dress that doesn't leave any part of her zip code to the imagination.
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West Bev's resident guidance counselor glams up in a modest, figure-hugging dress that reminds us of Kelly Taylor's more seductive days. Nostalgia, though, wasn't enough to win an award. The Mentalist topped 90210 for favorite new TV drama.
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Queen Latifah's disco-tastic in one of several dresses she donned throughout the People's Choice Awards. As the evening's host, she kept her red carpet attire on rotation, with her newly blond locks as the cohesive accessory.
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Marisa Tomei strides into the PCAs in an Anne Hathaway-esque red, strapless number, an up-'do and the neckwear of the season: The jeweled collar plate. The Wrestler star didn't take home any awards from the public, but she scored in our style book.
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Mentalist actress Robin Tunney is so darn cute — we just wish she knew what time of year it is. Some claim that seasons don't exit in L.A., but everyone knows 60 degrees means winter. Tunney and her costars won fans' hearts for favorite new TV drama.
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We get it. Sean "Diddy" Combs doesn't like to smile. Fortunately, a sneer just enhances mob-boss chic with his three-piece suit and blingy accents at the Notorious premiere in New York. Combs is a producer on the new film, set to hit theaters Jan. 16.
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Angela Bassett shines in the New York night at the Notorious premiere. She stars as Biggie Smalls' mother, Voletta Wallace, in the upcoming biopic of the deceased rapper. Our favorite, rumored Voletta quote of the movie so far has to be "What kind of grown-ass man calls himself 'Puffy?'"
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Christine Lahti gets springy in a bright ensemble for the premiere of her new film, Yonkers Joe. The actress will soon be donning scrubs for USA's medical pilot , Operating Instructions.
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24 costars Kiefer Sutherland and Mary Lynn Rajskub celebrate the show's 150th episode and seventh season kickoff together in New York. While Sutherland went for the bookish look in a wool vest and jacket, Rajskub got glittery for the occasion — in matching grey tones.
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In the Bride Wars battle of fashion, both stars have losing causes. Anne Hathaway and Kate Hudson deserve high-fives for taking style risks, with a bouffant-topped slim suit and structured, tiered number, respectively. We just wish they'd put their real clothes back on now.