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From Angelina and Brad to Kate and Cate, see who stood apart on the red carpet (for better – or for worse). By Melissa Liebling-Goldberg
By People Staff
Posted on January 5, 2007 at 11:00am EDT
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The evening's golden couple channeled old Hollywood in a classic J. Lindeberg tux for him and a ruched charcoal gray St. John gown for her – and plenty of star power for both.
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The best actress nominee dazzled in a draped white Azzarro column dress and plenty of Chopard jewels.
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Even with her statuesque frame, the star is overwhelmed by a few too many ruffles on her pale tulle gown.
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The Volver star and nominee was all soft romance in a black Chanel couture gown designed just for her self-described "good friend Karl Lagerfeld."
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Never afraid to go for high drama, the star sizzled in a '60s-style hairdo and a goddess-like Marchesa gown.
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Did she take "Golden" literally? The nominee for Dreamgirls stumbled in her too-sexy, too-glitzy gown.
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Ugly is the new beautiful – which couldn't be more true for Ferrera, who glowed in a custom-made Brian Reyes gown.
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Leaving her "Urban Outfitters jewelry" at home for some major Leviev diamonds, the actress was pure elegance in a Grecian-inspired gown from John Galliano for Christian Dior.
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More Barbie than glamour-girl, the Desperate Houswife''s gown is too stiff and retro to show off her famous curves.
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The star goes for a classic pin-up girl style – with a form-fitting Chanel couture black gown and a 53-carat Chopard diamond flower tucked into her side-swept waves.
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Out to support nominated hubby Ben Affleck, the star steals the show in a white and silver Gucci gown and loose locks.
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The star may have admitted that wearing navy was "a first" for her, but her Ungaro gown and elaborate updo are definitely a look worth doing again and again.
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The Medium star takes a wrong turn in a drab-colored gown that doesn't flatter her figure.
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The actress dazzled in a bold yellow Nina Ricci strapless sheath and red Brian Atwood sandals.
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The Ghost Whisperer star's petite frame is overwhelmed by her voluminous gold ballgown and big hair.
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The first-time Globes attendee gets it right on her first try – she dazzles in a creamy Reem Acra gown that she got only a few hours before the show!
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Was the Babel actress inspired by cotton candy? Her pouf-laden dress needs the air taken out of it.
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The presenter showcased her famously toned physique in a glitering, backless gold gown and a soft updo.
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Ever a risk-taker, the supporting actress nominee stood out from the pack in an asymmetrical-hem, off-the-shoulder, black lace dress by British designer Alexander McQueen.