NEW YORK - MAY 14: A model stumbles while walking the runway at the Dior 2008 Cruise Collection fashion show on May 14, 2007 in New York City.
PARIS, FRANCE - FEBRUARY 28: A model (C) is assisted by other models after tripping on the runway during the Anthony Vaccarello Ready-To-Wear Fall/Winter 2012 show as part of Paris Fashion Week at Docks en Seine on February 28, 2012 in Paris, France.
MADRID, SPAIN - SEPTEMBER 18: A model stumbles walking the runway in the Amaya Arzuaga fashion show during the Cibeles Madrid Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2012at Ifema on September 18, 2011 in Madrid, Spain.
NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 15: A model falls as she walks the runway at the Herve Leger Fall 2009 fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in the Promenade at Bryant Park on February 15, 2009 in New York City.
Model Elise Crombez accidentally slips and falls on the runway at Proenza Schouler's Spring 2007 fashion show at Milk Studios in New York City on September 11, 2006.
BEIJING - OCTOBER 29: A model falls down on the runway during ASAHI KASEI China Fashion Designer Award Wu Xuewei/Wu Xuekai Show at China Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2011 on October 29, 2010 in Beijing, China.
LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 18: A model walks the runway during the Betty Jackson Spring/Summer 2011 fashion show during LFW at Somerset House on September 18, 2010 in London, England.
NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 12: Model Agyness Deyn stumbles while walking the runway at Naomi Campbell's Fashion For Relief Haiti NYC 2010 Fashion Show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at The Tent at Bryant Park on February 12, 2010 in New York City.
CANNES, FRANCE - MAY 16: A model falls while walking down the runway at the Fashion For Relief at Forville market during the 64th Annual Cannes Film Festival on May 16, 2011 in Cannes, France.
NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 17: A model walks the runway at the L.A.M.B. Fall 2011 fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at The Theatre at Lincoln Center on February 17, 2011 in New York City.
LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 18: A model falls while walking the the runway at the Bernard Chandran S/S 2011 show at London Fashion Week at Old Sorting Office on September 18, 2010 in London, England.
NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 11: A model falls on the runway at the Z Spoke by Zac Posen Spring 2011 fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at The Theater at Lincoln Center on September 11, 2010 in New York City.
BEIJING - MARCH 29: A model is helped after falling down on the runway because of too high heel during AsahiKASEI Prize Zhang Yichao Show at China Fashion Week on March 29, 2010 in Beijing, China.
NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 15: A model walks the runway at the Herve Leger Fall 2009 fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in the Promenade at Bryant Park on February 15, 2009 in New York City.
NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 07: Model Karen Elson is offered assistance by Sean "Diddy" Combs after falling down on the runway during the Zac Posen Fall 2008 fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Fall 2008 at The Tent at Bryant Park on February 7, 2008 in New York City.
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A note to all starlets: This is how you go nude. Cameron Diaz has mastered the art of California glam, with bronzed skin and bright blonde hair to make her pale, strapless form-fitting Gucci gown truly pop. The splash of sequins helps it shine even more.
Six-time Oscar nominee Glenn Close is the epitome of style at every age in this gorgeous green fishtail-hem gown and matching tuxedo-inspired jacket by Zac Posen. With simple hair, minimal makeup and very little jewelry, the "Albert Nobbs" star knows how to let a look shine.
"The Help" nominee Jessica Chastain had such an amazing breakout year in movies, and now she's topped it off with a dramatic Alexander McQueen black and gold gown for her first Oscars ever. This is the perfect fashionable exclamation point on her gorgeous awards season.
"My Week With Marilyn" nominee Michelle Williams is positively glowing in this bright coral strapless Louis Vuitton gown. She's had some fashion ups and downs this awards season, but tonight, she's a winner no matter what.
Oscar first-timer Milla Jovovich, who hosted the Sci-Tech Awards, showed off her softer side in a couture Elie Saab gown with all-over silver paillette detail. A Hollywood glam 'do and crimson lips finished the flawless one-shouldered look.
"The Artist" star Missi Pyle made an eco-friendly fashion statement in the Red Carpet Green contest-winning dress, designed by Valentina Delfino, which was made entirely of recycled polyester and silk from cruelty-free silkworms. Proof that you can go green and still be glam.
"The Help" star Octavia Spencer needs no assistance in the glam department. At Hollywood's biggest night, packed with all the hottest stars, this first-time nominee is a standout in a sequined platinum Tadashi Shoji gown.
"The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" nominee Rooney Mara has finally seen the light! After an awards season spent looking like her dark and twisted alter-ego, this slinky and delicate white Givenchy number is a welcome and refreshing change.
"The Descendants" star Shailene Woodley is only 20 years old, and she's one of the few young stars who doesn't have a problem dressing her age. "It's Valentino Couture, and I'm obsessed with it," she said of her crochet-detailed long-sleeve gown. And so are we, Shailene.
Even if George Clooney doesn't take home another Oscar, he's got the gold that really matters on his arm: girlfriend Stacy Keibler is gorgeous in a form-fitting, draped, off-the-shoulder Marchesa gown. What a couple!
Tina Fey likes simple and elegant, and sometimes she gets a hard time about it, but not tonight -- this strapless Carolina Herrera gown fits her like a glove, with flattering peplum waist detail, and her hair and accessories make it one of her best looks ever.
"The Artist" star and first-time nominee Berenice Bejo is stunning -- which is why her Elie Saab gown is such a disappointment. The sheer long sleeves and sequin detail are lost in the super pale mint color, and her extreme 'do isn't doing the look any favors.
"The Help" star Emma Stone looks like a present, but not in a sexy "unwrap me" kind of way. Her crimson Giambattista Valli gown has a peekaboo at the neckline, but you'd never notice it -- that shoulder bow is too busy eating up all our attention.
She's an actress! A singer! A mom and wife! And now, Gwyneth Paltrow is going for the superhero title in this bright white Tom Ford gown with built-in long cape detail. Sure she's probably warmer than most of the ladies in gauzy gowns, but again, she's wearing a cape.
Presenter Jennifer Lopez doesn't like to cover up, so why does she even try? She's busting out of this sequined Zuhair Murad dress in more places than one. Avoid staring at her front-and-center assets, people -- her arms might Hulk out of those awkward sleeve slits and knock some sense into you.
Kate Mara is playing the part of supportive sister to Rooney, who is nominated and one of our best dressed. Too bad Kate's Elie Saab gown is sagging in the support department, landing her on the worst dressed. The pale blush color and floral bead embellishment are lovely enough, but the droopy one-sleeve detail really lets the look down.
"Bridesmaids" star and co-writer Kristen Wiig is looking less than festive in this blah beige J. Mendel gown, minimal makeup, very simple hair and few jewels. Did she forget that she was nominated?
"Bridesmaids" nominee Melissa McCarthy is one of our favorites, but this look is not her best. The funny lady's stylist called the color of this Marina Rinaldi gown "sienna rose," but it looks more like dust to us. A woman this fabulous deserves a dynamite pop of color.
Last year's big winner for "Black Swan" is just presenting this year, but she's still at the Oscars. I can't imagine that the invite said polka dots optional, but she went there anyway. The Christian Dior dress fits her well, and red is absolutely her color, but let's leave the prints for daytime sundresses please.
Usually black is a safe choice for looking classic and flawless on the red carpet, but that's not the case with "Bridesmaids" star Rose Byrne. This Vivienne Westwood sequined gown is too tight at the top, bunchy in the middle and not doing her flawless figure any favors. And those clunky shoes are a major misstep.
Dear Sacha Baron Cohen: It's not all about you. The star of the upcoming comedy "The Dictator" arrived in character in "John Galliano and Kmart socks" with Kim Jong-il's ashes in an urn, which he ceremoniously dumped all over E! host Ryan Seacrest. And this is supposed to make us excited for his movie?
"Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close" star Sandra Bullock looks extremely split in half and incredibly unhappy. This black and white Marchesa gown is ill-fitting, for starters, but it's the strange parasitic-looking applique around the waist that's really throwing off the look.
We adore Viola Davis -- she was a standout in "The Help," for which she was nominated, and always brings it on the red carpet, but this green Vera Wang dress reveals a whole new side of her. The color is fabulous, but the fit is off, the ruffle detail feels overly delicate and her, well, assets are a bit too out there.
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ready to be asked, "Dude, where'd I put my beer?" a whole lot.
The party don't stop 'til you spill chicken wings all over your lap.
Aside from the cringe-worthy "Look! A six pack on my six pack!" jokes your drunk friend will undoubtedly make, just wait until she tries to tie her shoes.
If you're already this committed to drinking on the DL in public, we wouldn't be surprised if you end up thinking you're Arnold Schwarzenegger in "Junior" by the end of the night.
"DUDE YOUR BEER IS ABOUT TO SPI-- Oh, wait. It's cool."
Clever, but that remote would get lost faster than your beer. Also, encouraging people to lose track of their drinks might not be the best way to go.
A few beers later and your guests assume that you hired R2-D2 as your personal butler.
Does the night end with you trying to get this last sip of beer? Or does it BEGIN that way?
You know it's the end of the night when you start talking to your beer, but imagine what would happen if it talked back?
We'd like to see any beer actually make it into a drunk person's mouth with this product. Also, the makers ignored the obvious "Shotgun" pun opportunity. What a shame.
Not included: replacement iPod for when it falls into the ice water.
If you're already sitting on the ground, you've maybe had enough beer.
"DUDE YOU SPILLED BEER ON YOUR PHO-- Oh, wait. It's cool."
Have one too many and leaning over results in a waterfall of beer on your carpet. Sorry, mom!
"Have you seen my drugs? I mean my beer. I mean my bottle of beer. I mean my can of beer in a bottle of drugs."
All's well until your drunk friend tries to spin his "gun" around his finger.
You know a drunk person is just going to hold the can and have the gun part sticking out all night.
This might not confuse a drunk person, but the name "Shaft Cooler" will definitely make them giggle.