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The British Academy Television Awards took place last night at Royal Festival Hall to celebrate the best and brightest shows and artists on television.

It may not be as star-studded as the BAFTA's film awards, but we still did some serious style stalking. The annual celebration of the best UK and international viewing pretty much was a Killing Eve dedication party; the spy-action thriller swept the board

BBC America's hit thriller series won the Drama Series award, Best Supporting Actress for Fiona Shaw and Best Leading Actress for Jodie Comer, AKA Villainelle. Bodyguard won the award for Must-See Moment for Keeley Hawes' assassination


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Phoebe Waller-Bridge (the genius behind Fleabag and Killing Eve), Fiona Shaw and Jodie Comer looked gorgeous on the red carpet, each wearing block colour, demure gowns.

1. Derry Girls, of course, SLAPPED:

Look at them, what an absolute pack of rides. We've had to report a theft because the stellar cast of Derry Girls left the awards ceremony empty-handed, having earned the nomination for Best Scripted Comedy.

We can't believe they were robbed, but at least they all looked insanely good? Look at James wearing guy-liner, we're in a state of shock. Five beauties who represented their country on the red carpet. 

Did someone say…proud parents? *Wipes away tear*


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The internet and general public are up in arms over one Daily Mail UK reporter's criticism of Nicola Coughlan's BAFTA appearance.

"Her plain pink outfit was not the most flattering," wrote one (*cough* male *cough*) reporter. He'd want to think about wising up.

Of course, Nicola Coughlan absolutely cancelled him and he has been dismissed from the earth as a result of her epic photographic comebacks.

2. Dr Who is THAT? Jodie Whittaker, that's who.

The doctor showed up in a beautiful black and white ensemble that really showed next-level elegance.

Her minimalist billowing gown is effortlessly chic; we adore the first female doctor's style. 


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3. Ruth Wilson

The actress is nominated as a leading role for her work in BBC One's Mrs Wilson, and looked ultra glam on the red carpet in a black dress with a plunging neckline.

The 37-year-old stars as her real-life grandmother Alison in the show, which chronicles the repercussions of her notorious grandfather and MI6 spy Alexander Wilson's death.

We are loving the decorative belt and buttons on her outfit, which suits her perfectly. Status: SLAY.


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 4. Keeley Hawes, former secretary of defence in Bodyguard.

We have to say, this is one of our all-time favourite BAFTA outfits. The actress oozes Hollywood glamour in her flowing silver dress with a bardot neckline.

The Line of Duty star was given two nominations for her acting talents, and the 43-year-old matched her beautiful gown with a red lip. We clap our hands to you, Keeley.


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5. Rochelle Humes in YSL.

The television presenter looked gorgeous in a sheer, plunging YSL dress in plain black.  The 30-year-old arrived with her husband Marvin at the Royal Festival Hall, and allowed the gown to take centre stage.

She had her dark tresses pulled back into a sleek up-do, and wore a face of natural make-up. We love the matching bow detail around her neck and the seductive slit to show off her killer pins.


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6. Lilah Parsons

The British model looked beautiful in a summery, frilled dress. The delicate black-and-white gown featured layers of material and a flattering neckline.

*Pause for applause*

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7. Billie Piper, AKA Style Sniper

Piper was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her role in BBC's Collateral.

Her one-shoulder blazer gown stopped us in our tracks with the thigh-high slit. The mum-of-two matched the stunning stress with black, pointed heels and silver diamond jewellery and we just have to say: Bravo.


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8. Daisy May Cooper

The co-creator, writer, and star of BBC's This Country turned heads on the red carpet after going for the trash theme, telling reporters, "I decided I would donate the money I would spend on a normal dress to a food bank and come as a bin bag."

Fair play to her. She was nominated for in the Best Female Performance in a Comedy Programme category, and has made our fashion list for her pure bravery and generous spirit. She even had a mini rubbish bin purse and a pigeon on her head; now that's commitment.


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9. Lucy Worsley: Suffragette Sistah

Suffragettes: With Lucy Worsley won a BAFTA last night and the leading lady dressed as an ACTUAL suffragette: We're floored. The sash should be a daily part of every woman's uniform, we think. Just add a bit of glitter and it would be perfect for any summer music festival.

The documentary uses dramatised testimony to tell the story of a group of working-class women conducting a dangerous campaign for the right to vote.


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10. Holly Willoughby

The ITV presenter didn't come to play. Wearing a blue, sheer Maria Lucia Hohan gown, she stunned on the red carpet.

Holly won big in the Reality & Constructed Factual award category for I'm A Celebrity… Get me Out Of Here!, and shared the award with her older sister Kelly.


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11. Suit Up: Tess Daly

We love a red carpet risk, and wearing a scarlet suit to the BAFTAs is a bold move from the Strictly Come Dancing presenter. She looked absolutely furious when host Graham Norton made a dig about the Katya Jones/Seann Walsh cheating scandal.

The 50-year-old beauty wore a red trouser suit by Suzanne Neville, Kurt Geiger shoes, an Aspinal of London bag and Georgina Scott jewellery. We're loving the gold hoops.


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12. Last but not least: Maya Jama

The 24-year-old model and television personality looked KILLER in an ivory tassel dress. Wearing Bulgari on her neck and showing off her bust, Jama flexed her style harder than ever.

The Stand Up To Cancer host kept her make-up simple and made sure the gown has all the attention. We are looking to find a serpent diamond necklace as unreal as this one, but for an affordable price. Slide into our DMs if you discover it anywhere…


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Overall, the style game was strong in this years' BAFTA awards.

From cape arms, dangerous dress slits and iconic jewellery, we think Daisy May Cooper's pigeon may have actually taken the red carpet fashion crown.

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Everyone in the galaxy is 100 percent aware that Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus are husband-and-wife GOALS.

Liam is unfortunately recovering from a nasty case of kidney stones, and was unable to attend the premiere of his new rom-com flick Isn't It Romantic alongside co-star Rebel Wilson.

Luckily his wife is unreal, and walked the red carpet on his behalf looking absolutely stunning in red.


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Poor Liam has been absent from her side while recovering, he was recently hospitalised for the condition. Miley wrote a post on her Instagram explaining the red carpet move after he couldn't attend the Grammys;

"So proud of my hunky hubby Liam Hemsworth & his newest movie Isn't It Romantic. He unfortunately wasn’t able to attend due to health reasons… but he is recovering and taking this time to rest/heal. It’s hard for entertainers to put themselves before the project but this time it was crucial."

"I am proud to represent him and his incredible work. So happy to see him shining in this comedy! He is the funniest person I know, and the world now gets to see the Liam I wake up to every day…. luckiest."


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Awww, she's doing her handsome husband proud.

His comedienne co-star Rebel Wilson confirmed that he'd been hospitalised beore the Grammy Awards, and Us Weekly reports that said hospitalisation was due to kidney stones.

Liam posted a message of thanks to his own Instagram thanking his wife:


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"Sorry I couldn’t make it to the @isntitromantic premier tonight guys. Been dealing with some pretty annoying health stuff the last couple days."

"Lucky I have the best girl in the world to represent for me! Thanks for the support babe! I hope everyone enjoys the movie! It’s a perfect Valentine’s Day flick so if ya ain’t got nothing better to do then go see it! Love to all!"

Miley also wrote; "Getting sick blows. But so do I. Get well soon babe. I love you. Play that sax you sexy f*ck." Oh to be young and in love…


Lady Gaga sure knows how to handle a dodgy interviewer, but watching her absolutely roast Ryan Seacrest alive on the Grammys red carpet pre-show has us majorly cringing on his behalf.

E!'s Ryan Seacrest interviewed Gaga alongside her Shallow co-writers Mark Ronson, Andrew Wyatt, and Anthony Rossomando, and it got painfully awkward way too fast.

He first congratulated the songstress on her Grammy win for Best Song Written for Visual Media in the non-televised ceremony, and then asked her details about her upcoming performance at the Academy Awards with Bradley Cooper.

"Next it is the Oscars, and a live performance with Bradley Cooper," said Seacrest, before handing the microphone to the singer without asking her an actual question.

The 32-year-old star mouthed yes, that she would be singing opposite Cooper, but the Joanne artist had no interest in sharing any more information on the matter.

A microphone dance ensues which has us on the floor; come ON Ryan, step it up. We have to wonder if something happened between them before, because Gaga looks like she is the farthest thing from his fan.

"You're like, 'Answer my question, but I'm not asking one,'" joked Gaga. While the initial interaction was awkward enough for us all, the interview ended on a friendly note. Thank GAWD.

Ryan cut to commercial after the pair hugged, which looked as if Gaga just did it to finally put an end to the painful experience.

Seacrest was inquiring about the Oscars, and asked about the path to all the awards. "How long did it take to write the song?," the Live With Kelly and Ryan co-host asked, referencing Shallow.

"Actually it was quick," Gaga remembered, with Mark Ronson saying it all came together within a month. We just wish that interview ended quicker…

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Last night, leading lads and ladies took to the red carpet at the Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall in Los Angeles to celebrate the 25th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

It's one of the most highly-anticipated events of the year, and while we're delighted to see so many deserving winners be celebrated for their incredible achievements, there's another big question on our minds question on our minds – what's everyone wearing? 

Red carpet style can sometimes be too safe – but everyone was out to impress at the SAGAs. 

Laverne Cox

Laverne was dressed to kill at last night's ceremony, and presented and award looking absolutely beautiful. 

The actress opted for a stunning, flowing red gown with delicate caped sleeves, complete with a subtle train. 

The dress featured a subtle textured polka-dot pattern and had a statement back, with draped strands of diamonds accenting Cox's exposed back. 


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Emma Stone

Emma Stone eschewed the traditional red carpet gown in favour of a tailored, wide-legged trouser by Louis Vuitton. 

She completed the outfit with a chic, one-sleeved blouse with a pussy-bow neck tie. 

Her red waves were pinned up into a chignon and she wore a darker version of her signature red lip. 


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Yara Shahidi

Yara STUNNED in a hybrid trouser/gown by Fendi. 

The ensemble featured a striking tight, sequin jumpsuit under a floaty tulle overlay, and was topped off with an embellished, sheer tulle cape. 

The Black-ish actress completed her look with patent heels and a beautiful halo of curls. 


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Emily Blunt

Last night, Emily walked away with the Female Actor in a Supporting Role Screen Actors Guild Award for her work in A Quiet Place.

Emily looked glowing with minimal makeup, allowing her structured Michael Kors dress make the statement. 

The dress was adorned with sparkles, but the stand-out element has got to be the structured ruffle onm the halter-neck bodice. 


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Lupita Nyongo

Lupita has essentially given us all the elements we have ever wanted in a look with this stunningly executed bespoke Vera Wang ensemble. 

Featuring an off-the shoulder tuxedo jacket as a bodice, the outfit then transformed into a structured, caged, blinged-out midi skirt. We were shook. 

Lupita finished the look with intricate box braids and subtle pink eyeliner. 


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Alison Brie

Alison went for a more-is-more approach when it came to the feature piece of her look – a volumised bow that adorned the back of her dress. 

The look, by Miu Miu, was so intrictae, she had to be sewn in: ' believe I am partially sewn in so tonight will be very interesting,' she told PEOPLE. 

Posing alongside husband Dave Franco, the actress looked gorge, opting for a 00s inspired lined-eye and a slicked back bun. 


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Susan Kelechi Watson

Susan shone on the red carpet in this zingy lemon yellow number. 

The stunning tiers of Christian Siriano tulle make the This Is Us actress appear as if she is literally floating, and she has perfectly paired the dress with some subtle, gold drop earrings.

 Beauty-wise, she went for a clashing green eyeshadow look that made her brown eyes pop, and a nude lip. 


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Danai Gurira 

The Black Panther star looked opulent and chic in this Ralph & Russo gown. 

Topped with a plumage of feathers, her white column dress was a stand-out on the night. 

She finished the look with Bulgari jewels and a short crop of natural curls. 


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Rumer Willis

Rumer's red tailored gown will be inspiring our night-out looks for weeks to come. 

The stunning, draped silk dress by Tammy contrasted with her blunt, fringed bob. 

She finished the look with a white box clutch and a light smoky eye.


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Sophia Bush 

Check out that cape!

Sophia Bush committed to the cape in her polka-dot Monique Lhuillier gown. 

The dress featured a traditional sweet-heart neck line and classic cut, with the cape updating it to a notable red carpet moment. 


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We were shook when we heard about the Nicki Minaj and Cardi B fight.

The two were filmed breaking out into a brawl by onlookers, who rapidly shared the footage on social media.

The news quickly went viral as the two rappers went after one another on the red carpet during New York Fashion Week.

Afterwards, Cardi B immediately took to Instagram to pen an angry message to Nicki, accusing her of insulting her parenting skills.

“When you mention my child, you choose to like comments about me as a mother, make comments about my abilities to take care of my daughter is when all bets are f*ckin off!! I've worked too hard and come too far to let anybody f*ck with my success!!!!” she wrote.



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However, Nicki claimed that Cardi’s allegations were false and that the Super Bass rapper never said anything of the sort.  

On her Queen Radio show on Monday, the rapping legend took the opportunity to voice her defence against the up and coming Bodak Yellow star.

She called the red carpet incident “mortifying” and “humiliating”, denying Cardi’s accusations of the fight’s purpose.

“I would never talk about anyone’s child or parenting. I don’t care about anyone’s parenting. I don’t give a sh*t and it’s so crazy to me that people always need to make Onika [Nicki’s real name] the bad guy.

“I just want to let the world know that Onika Tanya Maraj would never, has never and will never speak ill of anyone’s child.”

The rapper soon turned on the offensive, addressing Cardi directly for her allegations.

“You came into my f*cking culture! I never had to f*ck a DJ to play my songs.”

“You’re angry and you’re sad. Get this woman some f*cking help! This woman is having the best days of her career, and you’re out here…throwing shoes? Who the f*ck is gonna give her an intervention?”

Cardi B has yet to respond to Nicki’s comments. The reason behind the rappers fight seems to remain cloudy, but it is clear that the altercation has been the pinnacle of the girls’ ongoing feud.


The long standing feud between Nicki Minaj and Cardi B came to a head last night, when the pair were caught up in an altercation at a New York Fashion Week party. 

A number of videos have surfaced online of Crdi lunging at Nicki, and allegedly throwing a shoe at her. 

According to Cardi, the incident was instigated by Nicki after Nicki made a comment about Cardi's two month old daughter Kulture. 

'I've let a lot of shit slide! I let you sneak diss me, I let you lie on me, I let you attempt to stop my bags, f*ck up the way I eat!,' Cardi wote in an Instagram post following the incident. 

'You've threatened other artists in the industry, told them if they work with me you'll stop f*ckin with them!! I let you talk big shit about me!!'

She continued: 'I addressed you once in person, I addressed you a second time in person, and every time you copped a plea!! But when you mention my child, you choose to like comments about me as a mother, make comments about my abilities to take care of my daughter is when all bets are f–kin off!! I've worked too hard and come too far to let anybody f–k with my success!!!!'

Cardi left the fight with a pronounced bump on her forehead. 

However, Variety confirms that the blow was dealt by the accidental elbow of one of Minaj’s security team.

Over on Twitter, the conversation has already turned to whether or not people are on team Cardi or team Nicki, with some declaring it the 'Battle of Female Rapsupremancy.'

We're thinking that there already isnt enough female representation in the rap game, so there's definitely room for both of them to succeed, without playing off one another. 



Last night, Hollywood's leading lads and ladies took to the red carpet at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles for the 90th annual Academy Awards ceremony. 

It's one of the most highly-anticipated events of the year, and while we're delighted to see so many deserving winners be celebrated for their incredible achievements, there's another big question on our minds question on our minds – what's everyone wearing? 

From subtle pinks to shocking reds, this year's style stakes were higher than ever. 

Here's all our favourite looks from the night. 

Meryl Streep


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Saoirse Ronan


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Gal Gadot


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Emma Stone

Jennifer Lawrence


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Eiza González

Miley Cyrus


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Jane Fonda


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Margot Robbie


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Danai Gurira


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Kendall Jenner 


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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley


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Mary J. Blige

Sofía Vergara


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Emma Watson


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Glamour's Women of the Year Awards kicked off last night, with celebs taking to the red carpet in their droves.

The night pays homage to women in the various fields of fashion and arts, and the red carpet fashion didn't disappoint:

Holly Willoughby


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Anna Kendrick

Ruby Rose


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Jourdan Dunn


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Rochelle Humes

Mollie King

Billie Piper

Frankie Bridges

Nicole Kidman

Alesha Dixon


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Myleene Klass


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The Council of Fashion Designers of America Awards took place last night at Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City, and the red carpet was swarming with celebs and industry insiders.

The CFDA Awards are a hugely important night for the upper echelon of the high fashion community, and the style stakes were high, as to be expected.

Here are all the fiercest, high fashion looks from the night:

Chloë Sevigny 


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Gigi Hadid

Adriana Lima

Hari Nef


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Imaan Hammam

Bella Hadid

Mary Kate & Ashley Olsen


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Ashley Benson

Hailey Baldwin

Kate Bosworth 

Olivia Palermo

Karlie Kloss

Chloe Grace Moretz


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Elsa Hosk


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Cannes Film Festival is still well under way, and the stars were out in force ont he red carpet last night. 

Dressed to impress for the annual amFAR Cinema Against AIDS Gala, a myriad of models, musicians and socialites donned their finest threads for the occasion. 

Bella Hadid


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Hailey Baldwin


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Elsa Hosk 


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Doutzen Kroes


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Lara Stone


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Sofia Richie


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Diane Kruger


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Nicki Minaj


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Barbara Palvin

Maria Borges


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Last night saw Ireland's biggest, brightest and best influencers and entrepreneurs in the fields of beauty, fashion, fitness, food and creative media take to the red-carpeted steps of the Mansion House in Dublin for the inaugural SHEmazing! Awards.

The style was absolutely fierce, with a special prize going to the Best Dressed attendee on the night.

Here are just a few of the sartorially sound looks from last night's event:

Lisa Jordan, our Best Dressed Winner


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Roz Purcell, our Foodie of the Year Winner


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Sarah Hanrahan, our Social media Influencer of the Year Winner


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James Kavanagh


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Niamh Cullen


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Clementine MacNeice, our Style Icon of the Year Winner

Holly Carpenter 


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Rosie Connolly, our Most Stylish Influencer of the Year Winner


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Joanne Larby


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Claudine Kehoe


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Rachel Purcell


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Doireann Garrihy

Ashley Kehoe


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Lorna Jane Duffy


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Brittany Mason

You can check out the entire event over on our Facebook page, or head to our Snapchat at @shemazingie to check out the story of the night before it's gone! 



We love awards season, and one of the things we adore the most are the beautiful and decadent gowns.

Over the past number of years, celebs have donned gorgeous dresses, from the out-there glitzy ensembles, to the classic demure looks.

Here are 20 of our favourite award show dresses that we're all still drooling over years later in Shemazing HQ:

Elizabeth Hurley in Versace – Academy Awards 1995

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Sharon Stone in her hubby's shirt and Vera Wang skirt – Academy Awards 1998

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Kate Hudson in Valentino – Golden Globe Awards 2003

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Nicole Kidman in Chanel Couture – Academy Awards 2004

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Reese Witherspoon in Vintage Christian Dior – Academy Awards 2006

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Anne Hathaway in Armani Prive – Academy Awards 2009

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Carey Mulligan in Prada – Academy Awards 2010

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Zoe Saldana in Givenchy Haute Couture – Academy Awards 2010

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January Jones in Versace – Golden Globe Awards 2011

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Mila Kunis in Elie Saab – Academy Awards 2011

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Lucy Liu in Versace – Emmy Awards 2012

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Angelina Jolie in Atelier Versace – Academy Awards 2012

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Jennifer Aniston in Valentino Haute Couture – Academy Awards 2013

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Selena Gomez in Atelier Versace – MTV Music Video Awards 2013

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Lupita Nyong'o in Ralph Lauren – Golden Globe Awards 2014

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Taylor Swift in Elie Saab – Grammy Awards 2015

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Emilia Clarke in Atelier Versace – Emmy Awards 2016

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Saoirse Ronan in Calvin Klein – Academy Awards 2016

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Taraji P. Henson in Alberta Ferretti – Academy Awards 2017

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Emma Stone in Givenchy – Academy Awards 2017

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We love all of these outfits, and soon, we'll be donning our own getups for the inaugural Shemazing! Awards.

If you want to take a look at our 16 categories and check out our judging panel, head over here!

And remember, we need your vote, so have a think of who inspired you the most this year and let us know. We can't wait!