After rocking an Antonio Berardi dress with sheer side panels at the Iron Man 3 premiere in Hollywood on Apr. 24, 2013, Paltrow said she was "humiliated" by the bad press she received.
The supermodel wore a Julien Macdonald dress to Elton John's annual AIDS Foundation Oscars viewing party in West Hollywood on Feb. 24, 2013. "A lot of people are complimenting my dress, but they aren't looking into my eyes when they say it," Klum said of her cleavage-baring look. "I'm worried about it because my boobs could fall into my dinner, so I'm being very careful."
On Feb. 22, 2013, Hathaway ditched her planned Valentino gown in favor of a Prada creation -- all because her Les Miserables costar Amanda Seyfried was going to wear a similar style by Alexander McQueen. "Anne was like 'WTF?!'" a source told Us Weekly. "She started throwing a fit!" The Best Supporting Actress winner, however, "never told Amanda she had to change the dress." Hathaway later apologized for the dress drama, saying, "I deeply regret any disappointment caused."
Supporting then-beau Adam Levine, the model bared her body in a Anthony Vacarello dress at the 54th Annual Grammy Awards on Feb. 12, 2012.
The 90210 actress caused controversy when critics claimed the neckline of her Lloyd Klein dress resembled a man's hands at the 11th Annual Warner Bros./InStyle Golden Globes afterparty in Beverly Hills on Jan. 17, 2010. "I had an amazing dress, which was showing a little too much," McCord told Us Weekly. "By the end of the night, it looked like it was holding me in a very compromising position! I'm sorry everyone! Especially Middle America! That was not the idea!"
The outlandish singer puzzled onlookers during the the 73rd Academy Awards in L.A. March 25, 2001. Designed by Marjan Pejoski, her swan dress was widely mocked around the world. "I expected everyone to be wearing peacock dresses and gorilla outfits!" Bjork has said. "What they don't mention is that I had brought six ostrich eggs with me and I was dropping them carefully on the red carpet. But other people's bodyguards kept picking them up."
The "He Wasn't Man Enough" singer garnered more attention for her ultra-revealing Richard Tyler dress than for her win at the 43rd Annual Grammy Awards in L.A. on Feb. 21, 2001.
Lopez had tongues wagging when she wore her now infamous Versace gown to the 42nd Annual Grammy Awards in L.A. on Feb. 23, 2000. Though some called the look too sexy, the singer said she "would wear something like that now" during a 2012 Access Hollywood interview. "I wouldn't have a problem with it."
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