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Reese Witherspoon in 2007
The canary yellow Nina Ricci, the red-hot heels, the crisp new haircut: It all added up to a look that was simply sublime.
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Nicole Kidman in 2005
In this plumage-accented teal Gucci, the gorgeous star had every reason to feel proud as a peacock.
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Kate Hudson in 2002
The usually boho-chic star showed off her glam side (and her sternum) in a dazzling Versace.
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Scarlett Johansson in 2006
While her walk down the red carpet would make news for other reasons, we remember the Valentino's perfect fit and arresting color.
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Charlize Theron in 2004
Between her soft curls and the delicate ruffles of her lemon yellow Dior, the Monster star was pure fairytale romance.
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Sienna Miller in 2007
The British actress played the role of Grecian goddess for the night in a metallic-printed Marchesa and a coil of braids.
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Jennifer Aniston in 2004
While black doesn't often make for the most memorable red-carpet looks, there was no forgetting this Friend buckled into her vintage Valentino.
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Freida Pinto in 2009
The Slumdog Millionaire star put herself on the fashion map in this fabulously mustard-hued Christian Lacroix.
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Sarah Jessica Parker in 2000
This champagne Richard Tyler gown was the first perfect look to kick off a decade of stellar style for the Sex and the City star.
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Jennifer Hudson in 2007
Cap sleeves and a twist-front made for one winning silhouette for this Dreamgirl.
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BEST REPEAT PERFORMANCE
Stars often make return appearances at the Globes — but dresses, not so much...except when Reese Witherspoon unknowingly recycled a flirty Chanel number three years after Kirsten Dunst first wore it to the awards in 2003.
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Lara Flynn Boyle in 2003
The Practice star certainly was a tiny dancer in this straight-from-Swan-Lake getup.
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Cameron Diaz in 2007
It would be hard to make the former model-turned-actress look bad...but this wedding cake dress and too-dark tresses manage to do the job.
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Courtney Love in 2000
The Hole singer's dress was ripped to shreds — even before fashion critics had their turn.
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Gwyneth Paltrow in 2000
This look would be (barely) acceptable for hitting a club. But for a major awards ceremony? It's a dressed-down disaster.
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Sharon Stone in 2003
The harem skirt alone would have been enough to make this a worst, but by accessorizing it with cutout boots and those necklaces, Stone gave us a fashion flub for the ages.