Fug File: Best and Worst

Met Ball: Fug Nation’s Best Dressed


As we did for the Oscars, we’re trying to keep this Best/Worst thing Under Control, and thus we’re voting on people chosen by us in our hidden bunker using a complex algorithm that is like Our Feelings + Your Feelings + Level of Celebrity – BORING x crazy x crazy x crazy + your mom.

Who was the best dressed at the Met Gala?

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Fug Nation’s Oscars Best and Worst


And finally, the 2013 Oscars are seriously put to bed. Until a week and a half from now when Fug Madness starts and IT’S ON. Please meet your winners and losers! And let us know if you thought our new system of breaking it into parties/ceremony was a good one — I thought it made life way easier, but we always want to hear from you.

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Fug Nation’s Oscar Post-Party Best- and Worst-Dressed


We’re doing the Best and Worst a bit differently this year — see the post just prior to this one for details, and to vote on your favorites at the Oscar ceremony. Behold the best and worst candidates from all of the Oscar post-parties this year, and then please come back and vote. Polls, as always, after the jump:

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Fug Nation’s Oscar Ceremony Best and Worst


You guys know how unwieldy and insane the best/worst poll can be when we put EVERYONE in it. So we’re trying some different stuff here — some of which we crowdsourced on Twitter — just to see what we can all live with:

1) We’re splitting up the ceremony and the post-parties. To us, being the worst-dressed at the ACTUAL Oscars is a much bigger deal than, say, Amanda Peet showing up to a non-televised afterparty looking like an escaped mental patient. But the Peets of the world should still be recognized for their contributions. So we’ll divide them.

2) We’re limiting the contenders in each poll. We’ve tried to be democratic about it, but in the end, having 100 options to choose from — with at least 85 of them getting zero votes each time — isn’t worth the hassle of making the polls and scrolling through them to vote. To try and minimize the chance we’ll leave off one of your favorites, we’re going to do our best to assemble contenders based on the reader comments and polls as WELL as our opinions, to try and make it as fair as possible — which might lead to some people, like Jennifer Garner and Octavia Spencer, being eligible in both, because we didn’t like their gowns but a LOT of you did. So, might as well let the votes decide things.

Okay? GOOD. Then let’s get to it, and while we’re at it, talk about The Hathaway Gown Affair. Polls are after the jump.

And the worst, after the jump…

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SAG Awards Best and Worst


You voted, we counted — well, our machines did — and the results are in. The best dressed lady at the SAG Awards, as voted by Fug Nation, is:

She’s fabulous.

And the worst, barely squeaking ahead of Sigourney Weaver’s backwards bralessness:

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SAG Awards: Fug Nation’s Best and Worst


Will Tina Fey be your best-dressed for the third time in a row? Will it be Marion? Or perhaps an underdog, like Nina Dobrev, Sarah Hyland, or Vanessa Lengies, all of whom wore great dresses but would have to elbow out a bigger name? And worst-dressed… well, per usual, there’s a lot more breadth of choice there. If you want to jump around the slideshow, there is a little photo slider underneath the main photo that you can use to shuffle from person to person without clicking on every slide.

The longest polls in the world are after the jump.

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