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SAG Awards red carpet: A royal soiree or a royal yawn?

January 23, 2010 |  5:02 pm

The color keeps coming on the red carpet.

Justin Timberlake is rocking a charcoal gray Dolce & Gabbana tuxedo with a pleated storm blue shirt and a black bow tie. It's unexpected, and it looks great. Best dressed male so far for sure.

Lea Michele ("Glee") chose a ruffled emerald green dress by Malandrino, which is a cut above the staid black Oscar de la Renta she wore at the Globes, but still safe. Diane Kruger ("Inglourious Basterds") is in a one-shouldered Jason Wu gown in a daring hue: mustard yellow. One of Michelle Obama's designers, one of Michelle Obama's colors.

Sandra Bullock ("The Blind Side") is wearing the tamest-looking Alexander McQueen gown I've ever seen -- black, short sleeves, with a keyhole opening and blue beading at the neckline.

Still haven't seen anyone who has knocked my socks off. On second glance, Vera Farmiga's ("Up in the Air") cloud-like J. Mendel gown washes her out.

Slightly more interesting are Marion Cotillard in an Elie Saab beaded white gown with one structured shoulder and Kate Hudson in a white long-sleeved gown.

Is Sophia Loren wearing Penelope Cruz's black Giorgio Armani gown from the Globes?

--Booth Moore


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Photos: Justin Timberlake (left) and Marion Cotillard at the SAG Awards. Both photos: Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images