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Critic's Choice Awards

Next up on the Awards Season calendar was the Critic's Choice Awards, Los Angeles. Silent film The Artist was the big winner of the night, with four gongs, but The Help won awards for Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer as the 'Best Actress' and 'Best Supporting Actress', plus 'Best Ensemble Cast'. On the red carpet, Emma Stone, Michelle Williams, Charlize Theron and Diane Kruger stood out for their stylish outfit choices.

Below you'll find all the latest looks from the red carpets of parties, premieres and events, which we'll update throughout the week - check back daily to see who's been wearing what.

Click an image to open the gallery. Which look gets your seal of approval? Rate each outfit out of five within the gallery.

Picture credits: Rex Features and Getty Images

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