7 BEST Dressed Celebs At 2018 Critics' Choice Awards

This episode was brought to you by TurboTax. Relax, there’s TurboTax. The first celeb on our Best Dressed list is Sarah Hyland who dressed as the most glamorous ballerina we’ve ever seen in this bedazzled black bodysuit and white tutu skirt. Sarah also brought in some Audrey Hepburn vibes with her diamond stud earrings and perfect bun hairstyle. Kaley Cuoco was just glowing in this this angelic light pink semi sheer plunging sequin gown. Kaley left all the attention to her dress with simple waves in her hair. If this is a dream, we don’t wanna wake up. Angelina Jolie was also dreamy wearing a white strapless asymmetrical pencil dress with ostrich feathers. We’re getting some old glam Marilyn Monroe vibes here with the white dress paired with bold red lips and statement earrings. And a statement is exactly what Emilia Clarke made, in one of our favorite looks on her EVER. Emilia looks perfect in the black polka dot fitted midi dress and silver stilettos. Don’t bother looking up timeless in the dictionary, because it’s right here. This look also reinforces the power of simplicity. Jessica Biel seemed to play devil’s advocate on the red carpet in this bold red and black patterned sheer gown with glam waves and chandelier earrings. It’s daring, and you know what? We kinda love it on her. Nick Jonas snagged a spot on our list for his black John Varvatos velvet blazer paired with a brown tie. And is there a slight blue hue to his suit? We can’t tell for sure, but that would only make us melt a little more. Finally, Gal Gadot showed up on the red carpet looking like a goddess in this silver plunging neckline Prada gown. With minimal accessories and straight hair, she let her dress do the talking. With fashion running the full spectrum tonight we gotta know- who was YOUR best dressed at the Critics Choice Awards? You get to be the critic now, so make sure to write your pick below! Thank you so much for tuning in to Clevver for award show season, I’m your host Erin Robinson.