HomeTVAll My ChildrenOscar Photos: Hollywood’s Leading Ladies Stun on Red Carpet Daytime Confidential March 3, 2014 All My Children, Awards Central, Days of Our Lives, General Hospital, One Life to Live, Oscars, Photos, Pop Confidential, The Bold and the Beautiful, The Young and The Restless 6 Comments From 12 Years a Slave's Lupita Nyong'o in a whimsical blue gown, to Blue Jasmine's Cate Blanchett who literally sparkled, Hollywood's leading ladies were radiant on the 2014 Academy Awards red carpet. Check out more Oscar red carpet photos after the jump and share your favorite picks in the comments. Kerry Washington 6 Responses SoapArmageddon March 3, 2014 I was surprised by Kim Novak’s outfit, but then I decided that she probably said to herself, “Good taste and class have been dead in Hollywood for years. So to Hell with it. I’m 81 years old, and I’ll wear what I usually wear to my doctor appointments.” Log in to Reply tedew March 4, 2014 Nothing wrong with what Kim Novak wore. It was befitting for a lady of her age. Besides, was it much different from what Jeanne Cooper would wear in or out of Katherine Chancellor drag? Log in to Reply SoapArmageddon March 4, 2014 She should have received a standing ovation from those people. The woman worked with Alfred Hitchcock and Jimmy Stewart for God’s sake. They leaped to their feet for a lot of much less worthy performers. Log in to Reply Yoryla March 4, 2014 A very well dressed event. They all looked very sophisticated this year. I thought the most beautifully dressed of the night were Angelina Jolie, Anne Hathaway, Charlize Theron, Jennifer Lawrence, Julia Roberts, Lupita Nyong’o and Penelope Cruz. An honorary mention to Ellen, whose costumes were wonderful. They were right up her alley, smart and serious, yet, festive. Liked it a lot. Log in to Reply Yoryla March 4, 2014 [quote=SoapArmageddon]She should have received a standing ovation from those people. The woman worked with Alfred Hitchcock and Jimmy Stewart for God’s sake. They leaped to their feet for a lot of much less worthy performers.[/quote] Lol, yeah, but I noticed that at some point they sort of “had” to give standing ovations to almost all of them, since they had opened the ballot with Sidney Poitier, etc. And in performances such as Bette Midler’s (I’m sorry, could they not get someone who had some voice left in there?) I noticed they didn’t really want to stand to applaud, but since a few people did, I think the other felt compelled to aswell. If you look at the audiences faces at that point, they were not amused. Lol. Log in to Reply tedew March 6, 2014 To say that Bette Midler has no voice left in there is completely and totally idiotic. Her performance was beautifully done. I agree that many standing ovations seem forced. Her’s was not and Kim Novak should definitely have had one. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.