#25 Kate Beckinsale

Kate Beckinsale cuts a lovely hourglass figure in her J. Mendel white gazar gown.

#24 Amy Adams

Trading in her nun’s habit, the Doubt supporting actress nominee shows off her lovely fair skin against this strapless Oscar de la Renta number.

#23 Kristen Bell

Gossip Girl herself makes waves in a red-orange gown with black waistband.

#22 Miley Cyrus

Ms. Miley, nominated for her songwriting skills in Bolt, looked lovely and age-appropriate in her creme Marchesa gown.

#21 Melissa George

The Grey’s Anatomy and In Treatment star went for high drama in her strapless white gown with futuristic black detailing.

#20 Sally Field

The Brothers & Sisters star found the perfect combo of drama, class, and fun in this short red number.

#19 Zac Efron & Vanessa Hudgens

With Zac’s classic Burberry suit and Vanessa’s Alberta Ferreti gown, these High School Musical stars make a perfectly stylish pair.

#18 Jane Krakowski

The 30 Rock funnylady looks lovely in her asymmetrical champagne gown.

#17 Drew Barrymore

With this pale blue Dior Haute Couture number and a voluminous blonde ‘do, Barrymore adds a 50’s flair to the mix.

#16 Eva Longoria Parker

This Desperate Housewife goes for drama with her red Reem Acra fishtail gown.

#15 Elizabeth Banks

With big, pulled-back curls and in this cream-colored gown, Banks looks fresh-faced, sweet and sexy.

#14 Evan Rachel Wood

Wood harkens back to classic movie-star drama with this tiered, shimmery black ensemble.

#13 January Jones

The Mad Men nominee makes structure sexy in this pocketed robin’s egg blue Versace gown.

#12 Simon Baker

The Mentalist star is classically handsome but uniquely garbed in a black-trimmed blue suit.

#11 Salma Hayek

The 30 Rock guest star shows off her enviable assets in another lovely beige gown, this one made by Bottega Veneta.

#10 Jonas Brothers

Ditching their usual matching outfits for a mature ensemble look, the Jonas Brothers go for classic coordinates from Burberry and Armani.

#9 Kate Winslet

The double Globe-winner for Revolutionary Road and “The Reader,” Winslet was triumphant in her classic Yves St. Laurent belted black gown.

#8 Blake Lively

The Gossip Girl star was fun, fresh, and flirty in this Nina Ricci midnight-blue strapless number.

#7 America Ferrera

Making beige beautiful once more, the not-so-Ugly Betty star was made to wear this Oscar de la Renta gown.

#6 Christina Applegate

Applegate, a best actress nominee for Samantha Who?, looked like royalty in her yellow Roberto Cavalli gown and sleek up-do.

#5 Eva Mendes

The Globes presenter made a welcome statement with her sleek Dior white silk gown and gorgeous jeweled choker.

#4 Neil Patrick Harris

Proving true to his How I Met Your Mother character’s convictions, Harris, a supporting actor nominee, proves that the perfect suit does make the man.

#3 Beyonce

The textured lines on Beyonce’s Elie Saab Couture number hit all the right places, making a road map to her perfect curves.

#2 Mary Louise Parker

The Weeds nominee brought some much-needed color to the red carpet with her electric blue strapless gown, and looked stunning.

#1 Laura Linney

Linney, who won for her work in “John Adams,” won us over with this gorgeous yellow gown, which combined her lovely hourglass with freminine draping and a diamond waist for a fresh, colorful take on a beautiful shape.Be sure to check out our 2009 Golden Globes Worst Dressed list!

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