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If you’re wondering what on earth she’s talking about, well, you’re not alone. We didn’t spot any sort of wardrobe malfunction with Anne Hathaway‘s Burberry dress at the BAFTAs Sunday night, but she told Jay Leno last night that there was indeed a slight snafu before hitting up the red carpet.
While Rihanna and Beyoncé rocked the red carpet at last night’s Grammys in Los Angeles, Jennifer Lawrence, Marion Cotillard, SJP, and more held their own over in London at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards.
The royal couple’s trip to the States may be brief (they’re leaving today…sad face), but they’re certainly making the most of it. Last night the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge rubbed shoulders with members of the Hollywood elite at the glamourous BAFTA “Brits to Watch” gala in Los Angeles.
Sometimes it’s really hard to call a spade a spade. The dress Winter’s Bone actress Jennifer Lawrence wore to the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards last night was kind of a train wreck. And normally we’d slam her and her stylist for it, but we can see what they probably saw when she tried it on: This frock has potential.
Emma Watson is usually one of our red carpet favorites, but she didn’t make our BAFTA Awards best dressed list this year. She donned a one-shouldered Valentino gown for the show, and it just didn’t quite work.
The BAFTA Awards are the British version of the Oscars (BAFTA stands for British Academy of Film and Television Arts, by the way). As such, the show’s red carpet can be quite a glamorous spectacle. Though there were some definite hits (Emma Stone, you go girl!), there weren’t too many looks we went crazy for. Even Styleite fave Emma Watson kind of disappointed!