Ah, The Oscars. The time of the year when we find out what other people think of the A-lister’s — where feelings are hurt, awards are won, and rivalries are made. But, we’re not interested in all of that here. No, we’re interested in what came before that. Not all the boozing that took place in all of the limos, either — just after that. The red carpet!

Yes, yes — Brad Pitt missed out on Best Actor to Jean Dujardin (how sad) for The Artist. And, speaking of, The Artist pretty much swept the board, landing — of course — Best Actor, Director, Costume Design, and the coveted Best Picture. Meryl Streep landed her third little dude of her career, taking home the Oscar for Best Actress even though they should’ve thrown her out at the door for looking like a not-so-hot mess.

But! You didn’t come here for all of that, and that’s not what we’re here to show you…

We’re here to see who was the best dressed, the worst dressed, and dressed so atrociously that they get the WTF Award! Just click the pic and look below to find out if they were good, bad, or just straight up fugly. So, without further blah blah blah, here’s the 2012 Academy Awards: The Best, The Worst, and the WTF’s!!!


Kel Tells is a spunky and sassy twenty-five year old celebrity blogger who wishes to one day be just like Perez Hilton… because she’s a self-proclaimed bitch, just like he is. Kel is an in-your-face celebrity stalker (oops, I meant blogger) who will speak the truth – even if it is a bit harsh. She has attitude and isn’t afraid to tell it how it is. Kel believes that her readers deserve to know the juicy truth about their favorite and not-so-favorite celebs. She also welcomes comments and criticisms, so make sure and check out her latest posts.

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