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Fug/Fab Face-Off: Debra Messing vs Jenna Dewan


Two celebs hit the front rows in bright pink today, one simple and one a tad more unusual, so why not compare apples to oranges? Although it’s not even that, really. It’s like comparing Red Delicious to … Fuji, or Gala, or that Honeycrisp thing that costs a bajillion bucks a pound.

Let’s begin:

This is the best I’ve seen Debra Messing look in a while.¬†Well, there’s something funky going on with her lipstick, but the dress is great — which it had better be, because she’s at a Michael Kors show, and thus dressed in Kors, and if he’d put her in a shirt made of pants it would seem awfully unkind.

Contrast this very simple pink with a slightly more detailed one on Mrs. Channing Tatum:

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Fug/Fab Face-Off: Reese Witherspoon vs Cate Blanchett


After we fugged Cate Blanchett’s pettitunic, a savvy reader pointed out that Reese wore something from the same Louis Vuitton collection to a premiere for This Means War — which, parenthetically, if her sitcom hasn’t proved Chelsea Handler should call off the acting career, then the sliver of her in the previews for this movie ought to seal the deal. Every time she brays, “A SEX TIEBREAKER YEEEEEES,” and then waves her arms around like she’s having a religious seizure, I want to quit this planet and try Mars.

On Cate, it was crazy, but it also hung better than this does. Adding the belt monkeys with the sequined layer, to where it looks like Reese belted a scarf to a party dress. If I were wearing that thing, I guarantee you I’d space out and end up drying my hands on it in the powder room. Fanciest. Dishtowel. Ever.

Which do you prefer?

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Fug/Fab Face-Off: Katherine Heigl vs Herself


At the premiere of One For The Money last night — which looks crazy terrible and farcical and slight, by the way; I had heard good things about the books, so fans will have to let me know if this is a fair representation — Katherine Heigl’s styling was eerile familiar. I present to you Heigl circa 2008, at the Oscars:

And Heigl last night, in New York:

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Golden Globes Fug/Fab Face-Off: Emma Roberts vs Erica Dasher


It’s the Battle of the Blues. Let’s DO THIS THING. In one corner, we have Emma Roberts:

Emma’s dress may actually be two-tone — it looks awfully black down by the skirt, or at least maybe like a darker blue. I don’t know. I wish the lighting were better (which… it’s not like this party was spontaneous, or doesn’t happen every single year, or is illuminated only by the glow of a hundred FRAGILE leg lamps, so can’t they fix that?). I think the architecture of the top is really pretty, but I can’t decide whether the little ruffles running down the skirt are interesting, or look like they recently fed the mice living in her closet. At least, for once, her eye makeup doesn’t make me want to attack her with some Pond’s.

In the other corner is Ms. Erica Dasher of Jane By Design:

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Golden Globes Fug/Fab Face-Off: Rainey Qualley vs Freida Pinto


They’re not identical, true, but like Natalie and Angelina’s — whose dresses’ noteworthy red foldover feature sort of usurped each other — these share something in common: a shiny, maybe even textured blue-green fabric. Nobody ever said connective tissue had to be THICK. Halfway through day three of Globes Globes Globes Globes, you look for whatever fresh angles you can. By tomorrow I’ll probably be all, “These two women both have hair and skin and are not naked. WHO WORE IT BETTER?”

But who DID wear it better?

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Who Fugged It Most (Or Least) At The Same Event: Anne vs Olivia vs Leelee


If three is a trend, then I guess maybe black is the new black. Who knew?

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