Sunday night may have been the longest of Anne Hathaway’s career, and I am including any future gigs in that statement. It was, as E! said, THAT bad. But were her clothes? Reportedly Rachel Zoe was charging a fortune to handle the styling, and judging by the fact that most of the gowns were custom-made, she probably earned it — she really should name this kid Oscar, since this show basically bankrolled her maternity leave. Put on your judgment pants and take a tour through Exhibits A through H of Hathaway’s eight costume changes, and then decide whether you think Rachel did right by her client.
And, also, whether ANYONE did right by Anne, by allowing her to participate in this epic shitshow. I mean, it reduced her to being a Woo Girl. Did you notice that? Every time she introduced anyone, five seconds later, the exact same epic “WOOOOOOO!” emanated from Anne’s half of the stage. I half expected the camera to cut to her doing body shots off Hugh Jackman, before trying to roll up Giuliana Rancic and smoke her.
Your overall verdict on the clothes:
- GUILTY of FUG in the FIRST DEGREE. (8%, 1,084 Votes)
- Guilty of fug in, like, the second or third degree, maybe. (35%, 4,548 Votes)
- Guilty of NOTHING. As in, not guilty. (56%, 7,299 Votes)
Total Voters: 12,932
Should Anne start making people pay handsomely for not stopping the runaway train that was this telecast?
- YES. GOD YES. (29%, 3,435 Votes)
- It wasn't THAT bad. (20%, 2,313 Votes)
- Oh, yes it was. (8%, 983 Votes)
- Come on. Snow White and Rob Lowe bad? (4%, 419 Votes)
- At LEAST "Oprah-Uma, Uma-Oprah" bad. (6%, 666 Votes)
- I kind of thought that was funny. (5%, 647 Votes)
- Oh, Anne. I hope you can recover, because... no. (15%, 1,762 Votes)
- Oh, Anne. I hope this means we get a break from you for a while. (13%, 1,566 Votes)
Total Voters: 11,791