Hollywood’s greatest shinned last night at the 85th Annual Academy Awards. Although the night celebrated the best in film, there were also some hot music moments. Our fashion guru Gregory selected the five most stylish music moments at the Oscars - from Seth MacFarlane crooning to Barbra Streisand on stage, check out his picks.
Adele Sparkled In Black and Won An Os...
Adele Sparkled In Black and Won An Oscar!
Oscar-winner of the night for the song “Skyfall” Adele rocked a fully beaded black tulle gown with sheer sleeves by British designer Jenny Packham and Lorraine Schwartz jewelry. The singer completed her look with her half-up, half-down signature hairstyle and thick retro liquid eyeliner.
Jennifer Hudson Shinned In Blue Anima...
Jennifer Hudson Shinned In Blue Animal Print
The "American Idol" alum stunned in a second skin metallic blue long-sleeve Roberto Cavalli animal print gown with a thigh-high slit, Giuseppe Zanotti shoes, a Jimmy Choo clutch, and Sutra jewelry. The singer later wowed again in another rock star tinged look while performing “And I Am Telling You I Am Not Going” from the film "Dreamgirls" in a shimmering metallic gunmetal colored dress.
Kelly Rowland Showed Off Some Leg&nbs...
Kelly Rowland Showed Off Some Leg
Kelly Rowland took to the red carpet as a reporter in an asymmetrical black-and-white Donna Karan gown with a thigh-high slit and a blunt first lady-inspired bang. The futuristic look was a bit of a style step down from her gorgeous Grammy ensemble but we love when Kelly flashes some leg.
Barbara’s Still Got It! Barbar...
Barbara’s Still Got It!
Barbara Streisand made her return to the Oscar stage with a memoriam to composer Marvin Hamlisch dressed in a black and gold gown, glittering gold jewelry and black chocker.
Seth MacFarlane Can Sing Host Se...
Seth MacFarlane Can Sing
Host Seth MacFarlane, who looked dapper in a two-toned tuxedo, showed everyone he can carry an award show and a tune as he made many uncomfortable, singing a boob song dedicated to the many movie breasts we have seen over the years. The odd (and perhaps offensive) cut got plenty of laughs. But MacFarlane’s Broadway-ready voice is no joke.