‘Fashion Police’ Call Out Best Dressed for Oscars 2012 Red Carpet

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Monday on Fashion Police, the Oscars 2012 red carpet looks kept coming. And most of these sartorial picks were praised, making the decision for calling out the best on the awards show runway difficult to do.

Still, that’s one of the most important tasks for Giuliana Rancic, Kelly Osbourne, George Kotsiopoulos and Joan Rivers on this E! Entertainment show about celebrities and the fashion these luminaries choose to wear.

And so, when it came down to picking the best of the best on Academy Awards night in Hollywood, three of the four were in agreement: They loved the Tom Ford ensemble donned by Gwyneth Paltrow.

Fashion Police regular Rancic said that the gold statue for the best dressed at the Oscars 2012 should go to this Academy Award-winning thespian for her white gown covered by a long, luxurious cape.

Kelly Osbourne agreed, saying that Paltrow took a risk with her fashion forward look. Osbourne gushed, saying, “I loved it. I am obsessed with it.”

And George was in agreement, saying that Gwyneth and her sartorial selection for Hollywood’s biggest night was “a history making moment.” This was odd, given that this fashion arbiter also called Paltrow the worst dressed of the evening, which is explained here.

Meanwhile, Joan Rivers did not agree with any of her younger contemporaries. Instead, the head honcho of the Fashion Police picked Viola Davis as best dressed for her emerald green Vera Wang gown and her striking short ‘do. She called this The Help star the “queen of fashion on the night” of the Oscars 2012.

What do you think? Do you agree with Joan or are with her fellow panelists? Or was there another look on the red carpet that inspired you even more? Thoughts? Thanks.

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