Twitter Thinks The 2022 Oscars Were The Worst Dressed Yet

Taylor Sakellis
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There was a lot that happened at the 2022 Oscars on Sunday night, but I'm not here to talk about any of that. In fact, I'm here to talk about the most surface-level, silly stuff ever — red carpet looks.

It's in these moments that I just really miss Joan Rivers and the Fashion Police but... I guess I'll just have to do it on my own!

There were a lot of winners in both awards and fashion at Sunday night's award show.

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However, there were, as always, more losers than winners — which is why I'm here to talk about them with you all.

The first look that drew a lot of attention was Nicole Kidman's puffy pale blue ensemble.

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Now look, it's Nicole Kidman — she looks good in anything but this dress made me do a double-take, and not in a good way.

Billie Eilish's dress is something I would like to wear to the beach this summer when my diet inevitably fails.

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Layers and layers of black fabric coverage? YES PLEASE! However, this gown totally swallowed Billie.

Her makeup and hair, though? Stunning!

Another look fans weren't thrilled with was Kristen Stewart's shorts and blazer combo.

Don't get me wrong — I think she looks gorgeous, just maybe a bit too casual for the biggest award show of the year?

People were also not fans of Chloe & Halle's attire.

Many people cited them as amongst those who were worst dressed at the awards show. Personally, I kind of like what they wore, but hey, what do I know?

While Jessie Buckley was being praised for her brilliant acting in 'The Lost Daughter', not everyone was a fan of her dress.

But hey, she's all smiles, so she is clearly not concerned with what other people think!

One thing is for sure: I know nothing about fashion.

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I comfortably judged every outfit in my sweatpants and I will continue to do that until the end of time.

That's what viewers are SUPPOSED to do. Right?