Best & worst dressed celebrities
THE WORST: This outfit is bad to the point of confusion - I mean, did washed-up pop star Sinitta think she was attending a fancy dress event? I really can't think of any other explanation as to why anyone would choose to wear that vile lizard skin/fur creation, and don't get me started on the dress. Since when were rash-like embellishments red-carpet worthy? The worst part is that she looks completely chuffed with her look, she's all 'Hello darlings, I suppose you can take my picture' on the left. No, just no.
THE GREAT: Once again, the amazing Jennifer Connelly is back on our best dressed list and this time she's giving us a touch of the unexpected. If I told you to imagine a long-sleeved leather dress with a tweed hem, I highly doubt the your mental picture would be anything like the amazing edgy look Jen's giving us here. The Louis Vuitton number fits her to perfection, and styled with cherry red boots, an angular clutch and barely there makeup - there's something undeniably chic about it.
THE SURPRISINGLY GOOD: Granted it's daring and yes, we have classed similar frocks as absolute no-nos in the past, but Jennifer Hawkins has won me over in this figure-hugging Roberto Cavalli gown. Let's all put aside our jealousy and face facts - she's working the revealing creation like an absolute pro - full credit to her.
THE GOOD: Cute-as-a-button Kiernan Shipka is a breath of fresh air in this gorgeous blossom-printed Dolce & Gabbana frock. Heads up Miley, there is a way to get attention as a young starlet without flashing your bits all over the show. Consider it... please.
THE MIXED: ScarJo in a bust-enhancing Vivienne Westwood little red dress... You'd think it'd be a match made in fashion heaven, but there's something about this look that just isn't doing it for me. Perhaps it's the slightly severe shade of blood red against her peaches and cream complexion, or maybe it's the fact that, yet again, she looks uncomfortably restricted on the carpet. Come on girl, you're pregnant - unzip yourself and just breathe, the time is now.
THE GOOD: She barely puts a foot wrong when it comes to elegance, and this week is no exception. Relying, once again, on her favourite designer, Michelle Obama wore a stunning custom Naeem Khan dress for a meeting with the Chinese President. All I can say is wow - the colour is spectacular on her, the rose threadwork-embroidery is delicate yet powerful and best of all, she's glowing.
THE GREAT: Point proven - no-one can do menswear quite like Angelina. While she's been widely criticised for sticking to loose silhouettes and boring colours lately, I actually love this Juan Carlos Obando blouse and wide-legged trouser look on her. It's minimal, unassuming and truly classy.
THE BAD: Is it a blinged-up bat? Is it a long forgotten Christmas decoration? Oh no wait, that's Linda Ramone (surviving spouse of rock legend, Johnny Ramone) looking completely cuckoo in the only outfit that's more gold than an Oscar statuette - and no, I don't mean gold as in winning, because let's face it - there is absolutely no winning happening here... at all.
THE BEST: While it may be a casual choice for the number one spot, I just can't go past this fresh, stripey number on January Jones. The dress, which I'm thrilled to say is Topshop, (I don't know about you, but I'm definitely going to be on the lookout for this bad-boy online) is delightfully simple with understated details that make it just right. The curved hem, the contrasting stripe direction and the unusual sleeve length are all super flattering - love, love, love. The Mad Men star is totally working that ear cuff and red pout as well; all around win.
THE GREAT: Like President Obama's lady love, British singer and model Myleen Klass has found her spirit shade this week, and looks drop-dead gorgeous because of it. Quite possibly the hardest colour to pull-off, orange needs to be worn with caution, but on her? Utter perfection. I'm also loving the slicked back hair, gorg bronze eye makeup and lack of accessories - the whole look is stunning.
THE BAD: British pop star and glamour model Michelle Heaton pulled out all the stops to unleash her best Jordan imitation this week. Full marks.
THE BAD: Another event, another perma-tanned, bust-baring British tart to add to the list. What really gets me is that Lizzie Cundy's resume actually contains the words 'fashion and beauty advisor' - Oh, lord someone please make an amendment before we see more Xena-Warrior-Princess-goes-to-Vegas get-ups walking the streets.
This week Angelina and January get top marks for casual-glam, whereas British starlets produce some epic boob fails.
In our weekly best & worst dressed gallery we bring you the horrors and the hits from the week in celebrity red carpets - we only cover events where celebrities know they'll be snapped and critiqued for their fashion (so no Britney leaving Maccas in her trackies.) Why? Well because all humans - even celebs - should be allowed to look rubbish while packing a Quarter Pounder.