Oscars 2013 Best & Worst Moments

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5 Worst Oscar Moments

5. Kristen Stewart
Is it just us, or does Kristen Stewart just get more haggard every time we see her? Ok, so this time her growing haggardness might have been unfairly accentuated by the fact she was hobbling around on stage due to a recent sex sprain foot injury, but still. All that skanking around on R-Pat last year didn't do Miss Twilight any favors in the frown line department and we're sorry (no we're not), but no amount of wearing a lace Reem Acra gown is going to make up for the fact that her tween-queen Twilight have been eclipsed by her current status as not-so-future has-been. Can't blame it all on her though, whoever styled her should be fired for not even combing the poor lass' hair before sending her out on stage to present the award for Achievement in Production and Design. Epic style fail.

4. Anne Hathaway's Dress
Dear Anne Hathaway, WTF were you thinking with that dress? So, Anne Hathaway won the Best Supporting Actress award last night, and while we respect her tremendously as an actress, as stylish actress she was not last night. From the weird saggy bustline that sported a faux nipple hard-on about 2 inches too low, to the oddly sculpted column form of the rest of dress, Anne's blush colored Prada gown was not the best, err, supporting dress for her to accept her Oscar in. Again, it's not all Anne's fault though -- it's rumored Hathaway had originally planned to wear a Valentino gown instead but changed her mind at the last moment. Whether or not it was her decision to switch gowns last minute, her stylist's head should still roll for even letting her hit the red carpet like that. Truth!

3. Barbra Streisand: Oh, Babs...this just makes us sad. Ok, maybe we might need to slow our roll before we bag on a music legend like Barbra Streisand, but Hollywood is a cut throat place, so we're going for it anyway. Touted as being one of the top performances to look for during this year's Oscars broadcast, Barbra Streisand's performance of "The Way We Were" during the Memoriam portion of the broadcast had us wondering what hippy commune she'd crawled out of. Looking more "Housewives of Humboldt County" than a vocal icon, ol' Babs seemed to be channeling her inner Stevie Nicks in her black caftan(?) and stringy hair-do!

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