Oscars 2004: Worst Dressed

Even with the help of stylists and access to the best fashions, some stars simply struck out on the Oscars red carpet.

01 of 04

PARDON US, SIR

PARDON US, SIR
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Best Actress nominee Keaton (for Something's Gotta Give) won the award in the same category for 1977's Annie Hall. Maybe she thought that recycling her menswear-inspired look from the film would bring her good luck at the 2004 Oscars, but it's too bad Keaton's covering up the fabulous figure she showcased in her nominated role.

02 of 04

KELLY LYNCH

KELLY LYNCH
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The actress (Charlie's Angels) – whose husband, Mitch Glazer, is a producer of Best Picture nominee Lost in Translation – went for high fashion in this Zac Posen gown but instead looked as if she were wearing a scalloped curtain from the Gone with the Wind set.

03 of 04

SWISS MISS

SWISS MISS
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Usually picture-perfect at award shows, presenter Uma Thurman made a huge fashion misstep at the 2004 Oscars in her billowing dress, which made her look more like the Swiss storybook character Heidi than a sexy movie star.

04 of 04

SAMANTHA MORTON

SAMANTHA MORTON
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Best Actress nominee Morton shined in the understated film In America, but the same can't be said for the British star's turn on the red carpet. Morton's 1951 Givenchy silver-and-gold couture gown hid her petite frame under voluminous material.

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