Celebrity Worst-Ever Globes Fashions Check out the red-carpet misses made by Paula Abdul, Mariah Carey, Cameron Diaz and other stars By People Staff Published on January 4, 2006 05:00 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Trending Videos 01 of 15 PAULA ABDUL Gilbert Flores/Celebrity Photo; Vinnie Zuffante/Starfile The American Idol judge probably wouldn't get many audience votes for the dress she wore to the 2005 Golden Globes: a busy, frilly skirt with a painfully tight bodice. 02 of 15 CAMERON DIAZ Kevin Mazur/WireImage Where's that hair gel? In 1999, the usually stylish star (up for There's Something About Mary) made a misstep with messy tresses and an off-the-shoulder coat dress. 03 of 15 SHARON STONE Vinnie Zuffante/Starfile That's Mistress Sharon, to you: In 2003 the actress channeled a dominatrix in a slit-to-there dress, diamond choker and dangerous stilettos. The only thing missing? A leather whip. 04 of 15 MARIAH CAREY Kevork Djansezian/AP The singer's dress fit like a glove – and not in a good way. At the 2006 Golden Globes, the hitmaker tanked in a way-too-tight halter dress. 05 of 15 DIANE KEATON Chris Delmas/VIisual Press; Mark J. Terrill/AP A repeat offender: Keaton donned her signature menswear-inspired jackets over tulle skirts in both 2005 (she was a presenter) and 2004 (she won for Something's Gotta Give). 06 of 15 LARA FLYNN BOYLE Steve Granitz/WireImage Boyle, then starring on 1999 winner The Practice, wore a satin gown that clung to her reed-thin figure – which was nearly as distracting as her showgirl-worthy boa. 07 of 15 LISA MARIE PRESLEY Carlo Allegri/Getty Daughter of the King or bride of Dracula? In 2005, presenter Presley went over-the-top goth in a grim black gown complete with a floor-length cape. 08 of 15 CYNTHIA NIXON Steve Granitz/WireImage Nominated for Sex and the City in 2001, Nixon played down her best feature (her red hair) and accentuated her worst (bad posture) in an ill-fitting periwinkle frock. 09 of 15 SELA WARD Gregg DeGuire/WireImage The 2002 nominee (for TV's Once and Again) got herself all tied up in a revealing crimson gown held together with what we hope are three strong sailor's knots. 10 of 15 MAGGIE GYLLENHAAL Steve Granitz/WireImage The actress, just 26 at the 2004 awards, could have borrowed her matronly shift from the wardrobe closet of her '50s-era drama Mona Lisa Smile. 11 of 15 HELEN MIRREN Steve Granitz/WireImage She took home a delicious trophy for her TV movie Losing Chase in 1997, but the actress's seaweed-like hat, all-business dress and knee-high boots were hardly prize-worthy. 12 of 15 MELINA KANAKAREDES JEN LOWERY/LFI It's a crime of fashion: The CSI: NY star and 2005 Globes presenter has killer abs – but she was guilty of showing way too much of them in her silver gown. 13 of 15 FRAN DRESCHER Steve Granitz/Wireimage Drescher, a 1996 nominee for The Nanny, tried for Carmen Miranda – but ended up looking Chiquita bananas – in a towering headpiece. 14 of 15 PORTIA DE ROSSI Kevin Mazur/WireImage The Arrested Development actress, then costarring on 1999 best comedy series nominee Ally McBeal, looked ready for the (costume) ball in a pouffy taffeta-and-tulle confection. 15 of 15 RINKO KIKUCHI Gilbert Flores/Celebrity Photo Newcomer Kikuchi (who was nominated in 2007 for Babel) fell flat in this poufy, puffed-out dress that looked more like cotton candy than couture.