Six of the Worst Fashion Flubs at the 2012 SAG Awards: Which Celebs Missed the Mark?

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The 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards took place on Sunday, January 29, 2012, honoring some of the best stars of both the big and little screen. As usual, there were some spectacular gowns, making celebs shine even brighter on their big night, but of course, there were the usual fashion flubs. Who wore the worst of the worst?

Rose Byrne

While some may disagree, with Rose Byrne found on several "best dressed" lists, we found the Australian actress' Elie Saab jumpsuit to be rather drab and unattractive, despite the plunging neckline. Along with her blunt haircut, it looks like she's auditioning for a role in another sequel to the "Space Odyssey" films. We really don't want this '70s look back, please.

Kaley Cuoco

Kaley Cuoco is a beautiful girl, but her mint green Ramona Keveza gown covered in feathers looked like a bridal gown that got into a fight with an ostrich and lost.

Kristen Wiig

While we love funny woman Kristen Wiig, we felt her gorgeous pale Balenciaga gown was ruined by the hideous dark choker she wore with it. What was she thinking? Perhaps we're just not in on the joke?

Jane Krakowski

Another awesome comedy actress, Jane Krakowski from "30 Rock," wore a unique black Antonio Berardi gown. While most of it was stunning, the bodice was a flash of peach and metal that we really just wanted to color in with a black marker.

Emilia Clarke

That ostrich sure gets around. Apparently the beautiful Emilia Clarke also had a run in with a large bird, as the bottom of her black and white Chanel dress was covered in feathers. The risk she took just didn't pay off, with the gown really overpowering her petite frame.

Amber Riley

All we see when Amber Riley walked down the red carpet, is that big huge bow. A large bow across your breasts are just never a good thing, unless perhaps your giving yourself as a gift to your significant other, and that should probably be done in private.

Sorry, Amber, but the worst of the worst belongs to you on this SAG Award evening.

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