Here Are the Best and Worst Dressed Celebs From 2020 SAG Awards | 22 Words

Awards season is out in full force and we truly couldn't be happier.

Last night saw was another big one for the world of TV, as the biggest names in the industry flocked to the 26th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. And of course, as our favorite A-listers hit the red carpet once again, there were a whole host of incredible (and disastrous) ensembles to feast our eyes on.

So, let's start with our countdown of the highlights, shall we?

25. Danai Gurira

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It may be simple but that color is to die for. 

24. Lucy Gallina

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We're getting major Cinderella vibes from this ensemble.

23. Amanda Brugel

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The draping shoulder detailing works like a dream.

22. Laura Dern

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This forest green Stella McCartney number oozed elegance. Also, those structured shoulders truly were the cherry on top.

21. Sarah Goldberg

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Florals can be risky, but in this case, the risk well and truly paid off!

20. Jennifer Garner

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This Dolce & Gabbana ensemble was a huge showstopper.

19. Jennifer Lopez

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You can't go wrong with a classic black dress... especially if you're JLo.

18. Joey King

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This lingerie-inspired black gown adds a little twist on the classic black dress. Love.

17. Jennifer Aniston

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We'd never have a bad thing to say about Jen An, and it seems this white silk Dior number is no exception.

16. Logan Browning

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Once again, we're getting major princess vibes here...

15. Michelle Williams

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The hair. The makeup. The gown. Michelle Williams really did come out to serve.

14. Scarlett Johansson

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Satin was a key trend on this year's red carpet and it seems Scarlett Johansson wanted in, donning this gorgeous Armani Privé gown.

13. Sophie Turner

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This is one of those that shouldn't work but really does.

12. Lili Reinhart

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The contrast of black and white can certainly be a fashion plunge, but Lili has come out on top.

11. Erin Doherty

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This ultra-feminine Giambattista Valli was definitely an example of florals done right.

10. Julia Butters

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Julia Butters may only be 10, but she sure knows what a good red carpet look is. This metallic suit is a true frontrunner of the night.

9. Renée Zellweger

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Renée Zellweger radiated glamour in this midnight blue satin ensemble. Can we just say, we're loving all the sharp, structured details!

8. Margaret Qualley

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This is definitely one of those love it or hate it outfits. We happen to love it.

7. Nathalie Emmanuel

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Props to Nathalie for making such a statement (especially with that bow).

6. Millie Bobby Brown

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Millie Bobby Brown is only fifteen yet has one of the best eyes for fashion we've seen. This look is one of our faves of the night!

5. Cynthia Erivo

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This vibrant gown really brought all the fun (and fabric) to the red carpet.

4. Camila Mendes

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The Riverdale star wowed in this champagne Ralph & Russo gown.

3. Noah Schnapp

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The guys often get overlooked when it comes to best-dressed lists, mainly because they tend to just wear the usual black suit. But Noah Schnapp really stole the show rocking this satin baby blue Balmain tuxedo.

2. Molly Sims

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There's nothing we love more than an oversized statement sleeve. This look is simply stunning.

1. Kathryn Newton

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Kathryn Newton took our breath away as she stepped out in tangerine Valentino. The plunging neckline, statement sleeves, and smock dress design all meant that this gown was a clear winner of the night. And now we’ve seen the best, let’s take a look at the … rest.

25. Reese Witherspoon

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Sadly, Reese's Celine dress just missed the mark for us.

24. Marin Hinkle

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This looks like one of those cheap metallic pleated skirts you'd find on the store sale rack.

23. Madeline Brewer

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This is giving us major sweet sixteen birthday bash vibes... and not in a good way.

22. Storm Reid

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Props to her for being a bit more daring with her look, but we have to admit, we aren't a fan of the neckline combined with those feathery textures.

21. Stephanie Kurtzuba

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This honestly looks like someone recycled some '70s carpet and made it into a dress.

20. Catherine Ohara

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Sadly, the sequins and flowy fabric kind of make this dress come off as cheap.

19. Natalia Dyer

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This metallic Dior number was a little aging for the Stranger Things star.

18. Gwendoline Christie

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The shape of this gown is a huge fashion miss for us.

17. Elisabeth Moss

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It's just a bit boring.

16. Francesca Reale

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Those collars should have been left in 2013.

15. Lisa Edelstein

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That pattern is unforgivable.

14. Zoe Kravitz

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Something about paring those gloves with that dress really doesn't sit right with us.

13. Dakota Fanning

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Overall just not a fan...

12. Priah Ferguson

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Anyone else getting Ashley Tisdale red carpet 2007 vibes?

11. Patricia Arquette

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The silhouette on this suit is just all wrong.

10. Ryan Michelle Bathe

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Too much going on. Period.

9. Pollyanna Macintosh

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Is this a beach cover-up? Or a Coachella outfit? Either way, it shouldn't be worn on the red carpet.

8. Alex Borstein

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We hate to be that person but this just doesn't look right at all.

7. Christina Applegate

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It's just too loud for us.

6. Stephanie Hsu

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There is nothing okay about the cut of this dress.

5. Ashleigh Lathrop

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Once again we ask... what is this pattern? Also, the jewels on top are just too much.

4. Rachel Brosnahan

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Those draped jewels on the neckline details are big no from us. It feels like we've teleported back to 2012.

3. Winona Ryder

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We get that she's going for the cool gothic vibes but the tuxedo jacket over the flowy dress is just an odd combo.

2. Sarah Hyland

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Okay so what exactly is going on?

1. Margot Robbie

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