The Fashion Police relished talking about their picks for worst dressed at the Oscars 2012. Although there weren't many fashion fails as far as this group of sartorial judges was concerned, the E! Entertainment TV team did find a few offenders.
Indeed, Giuliana Rancic, Kelly Osbourne, George Kotsiopoulos and Joan Rivers thought certain looks were not on point on the Academy Awards red carpet this year.
First fashion arbiter to speak up was Giuilana, who called out Bérénice Bejo, the 35-year-old Argentinean-born, France-based actress who starred in the Oscar-winning The Artist.
This accomplished thespian donned Elie Saab couture for which Rancic didn't admire because this gown was just not va va voom enough for an occasion like the one in which Bejo wore this style statement.
She said, "This was the Oscars and this was the time [for Bejo] to make her name known."
And then Giuliana complained about the Greek braids that Bérénice rocked in her hair, calling the trend one that should "be retired" from the red carpet.
Fellow panelist Kelly Osbourne agreed with her colleague that Bérénice Bejo was worst dressed for Oscars 2012. She said that although the Elie Saab dresses "has amazing hangar appeal" it does not work so well on an actual body, or at least on Bejo's actual body.
Meanwhile, George picked Gwyneth Paltrow as worst dressed, saying that her Tom Ford white ensemble with its flowing cape was simply "too fashion forward" for the audience. Surely, he jests.
So did Joan Rivers when she picked Angelina Jolie for worst dressed on the Oscars red carpet. Indeed, it wasn't the Atelier Versace black velvet gown that this jokester objected to, but rather the way in which this A-list actress posed in order to show off the high slit in the gown that may have otherwise been overlooked.
The Fashion Police lead arbiter said, "It was that stupid pose" that caused Joan to called Angelina worst dressed. And then Rivers quickly added, "She made Lea Michelle look sincere," as a way of mocking both powerhouse thespians.
And although that joke fell flat, so did all these looks on the Oscars red carpet, at least as far as these TV style commentators are concerned. Do you agree?