Umm, this is NOT what we were expecting from TLC.
Check out the official statement (below)!
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Everyone can use more sparkle in their lives, right?!
Felicity was the more stunning of the two with her billowing silver Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen gown. That neckline is everythinggg!!!
At least Miz Moore's glam was on point though!
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That's how you work a pink carpet!
The silhouettes of all three were classic, but the colors and detailing of the finished products just made for some very impressive designs on Saturday night.
Two types of people enjoy the Oscars — those who care about movies, and those who care about fashion.
For those of you in the latter category, here's our third annual gown predictions gallery for the Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress nominees!
We've only gotten one accurate prediction in the past two years, but does it matter? It's just another excuse to look at pretty dresses!
These two look like they could be related!
They even coordinated in black and white ensembles, which was also probably another coincidence.
This is like the definition of sultry in picture form!
Look up "sultry" in the dictionary and this picture will be there! Not literally, though.
Anyway, our point is that Julianne Moore looks like a smoldering goddess of sex on the cover of LA Confidential's Spring issue, and we love it.
The Still Alice actress wore red that matched the carpet exactly, and we're just not loving the cut of the Tom Ford dress.
The collar just isn't very flattering, but we do support that statement keyhole.
Julianne's hair and Chopard jewels, though, we're really loving!
Her trademark red locks look gorgeous done up in a classic Hollywood style, yet full at the same time.
[Image via Daniel Deme/WENN.]
Still Alice is still trucking along!
The actress, who plays a woman dealing with early onset Alzheimer's in the film, was rather somberly dressed in all-black, including a giraffe-print silk dress and opaque tights.