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The hottest stars hit the hottest events

Shaun Harrison
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Fresh from her hit run in Broadway's All My Sons, Katie Holmes looks young and flirty in this beaded bow-strapped dress, while Tom looks relaxed and sun-kissed at the UK premiere of Valkyrie. Overall, the couple looks spiffy, but we could have done without the black hose, Katie. Show off those legs!
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We love Alicia Witt's alabaster skin and amber hair, but this chiffon halter washes her out, while the busy waistline pattern looks out of place. Josiah Early looks like he needed a bigger suit size as he gives Witt a squeeze on the carpet for the RIAA and Feeding America inauguration charity ball.
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MissRihanna strikes a pose on the red carpet before performing at the RIAA and Feeding America inauguration charity ball. Props for the bold color choice, but the bubble skirt and single-shoulder throw the dress off balance. Plus, don't the ruffles look like an M.C. Escher drawing?
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Miss and Hit Russell Simmons looks like he's running out to the corner deli to grab some gum before heading out to the RIAA ball. Wait, you forgot to change out of your sneakers! Oh, that was on purpose? But model Katie Rost looks lovely in a bias-cut silk dress that is a throwback to old Hollywood.
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Oh, but we really wanted to give you a "hit" grade! Alas, Meryl Streep, who was clearly in a patriotic, celebratory mood the day before the inauguration, looks like an American flag attacked her. The Oscar nominee does, however, look svelte and glowing as she attends a screening of Doubt in Paris.
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Hit (except for the hair)We're not sure why so many gorgeous ladies lately have been sporting such "old lady" hairdos, but Angelina Jolie wins major points back by donning this elegant, structured pantsuit. Brad Pitt looks extra dapper and keeps warm with his charcoal scarf at the Berlin premiere of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
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HitLove the skinny jeans, love the leather jacket and still love that auburn hair. Twilight's Kristen Stewart looks perfectly age appropriate, relaxed, casual and fun as she poses outside the premiere of her forthcoming film, Adventureland, during the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.
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HitsGranted, we can't really see what actresses Andie MacDowell and Laura San Giacomo are wearing, but it's clear that their outfits are dark, fitted and flattering. Sometimes, less is more. The two struck a back-to-back pose at a screening of their 1989 cult hit,Sex, Lies, and Videotape, during Sundance.
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Oh Tea, we know you've had a rough year, but this is not an attractive look for you. Turquoise socks with wacky metallic see-through shoes make our heads hurt. Billy Bob Thornton, meanwhile, looks pretty put together in his dark suit and pencil tie. But what's with the creepy soul patch on steroids? The two enjoy some beer and ciggies at "A Celebration of Music in Film" during Sundance.
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HitBryan Batt, who plays the fabulous Sal on Mad Men, looks classic and chic in his robe-wrapped tux at the Obama Pajama Party inauguration charity ball. He also looks like he should be in front of a roaring fireplace with a fine, aged scotch and a classic novel. Now that's our kind of party!
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HitAgain, the casual Sundance outfits seem to be the way to go this week. Jenny McCarthy and Jim Carrey look like a walking ad for Banana Republic khakis at the premiere of his new movie, I Love You Phillip Morris.
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MissWhile the color of this frock magnifies Emilie de Ravin's beautiful baby blues, the unflattering neckline and silhouette, as well as her flat coif, just doesn't do her justice at the 2009 Australia Week black tie gala. Maybe she can jump back in time to chose another outfit?
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HitHonoree Rachel Griffiths rebounds from her awful Golden Globes dress with this elegant, one-shoulder black gown at the Australia Week gala. She's accompanied by the ageless Sally Field in a short, fun (and low cut — you go girl!) cobalt blue dress.
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HitChuck's gorgeous Yvonne Strahovski could wear a potato sack and look good. Luckily for us, instead of burlap, the actress chose to wear this ruffly, belted black gown that shows off her statuesque height at the Australia Week gala.
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MissIone Skye is doing her best first lady helmet-hair impression while wearing the only red dress we've seen in a while that could be called "boring." Husband Ben Lee looks great in his sleek tux, but what's with the dirty Converse sneaks? At least they still have that newlywed glow as they arrive at the Australia Week party.
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HitActress Gina Torres definitely needs to be sitting in front of a roaring fire with a cup of cocoa in this beautiful, cream shearling and fur coat. Desperate Housewives' Ricardo Chavira also looks comfy in his wintery beanie and scarf — clearly Sundance brings out the cozy in these celebs.
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Miss and HitIndie movie fave Joseph Gordon-Levitt looks a little too shaggy with his "not quite there yet" facial hair and the hoodie-and-jacket look (so five years ago). But the lovely Zooey Deschanel is fetching in a deep forest-green cowl neck dress at the Sundance premiere of 500 Days of Summer.
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Hit Now this red dress is anything but boring. We love Mary J. Blige's za-za-zing red number at the 2nd Annual BET Honors. Love the high neckline and cap sleeves, and the silhouette really shows off her smokin' bod. Well done, Mary J.
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MissWe can't deny how fantastic Star Jones looks these days, but at the 2nd Annual BET Honors, this busy, sequined halter dress was too much to handle: Too much pattern, too much sparkle, too much cleavage.
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Miss that should have been a hitSongstress Monica is wearing an elegant, sweetheart-cut strapless gown at the 2nd Annual BET Honors. Why did she have to go and ruin it with weird leather gloves (that look like they came straight from Prince's closet) and an overbearing chain necklace?