(And while it can't be displayed on the mantel, just think, it's one less thing the stars will have to dust.)
So, without further ado and, better yet, without commercial interruption, here's Phillip Bloch and his Oscars 2010 best-dressed picks.
BEST 'SUPPORTED' ACTRESSES
All hail to the Queen. Latifah, that is. She stunned on the Oscars 2010 red carpet in a one-shoulder Badgley Mischka Couture embellished gown which hugged her curves perfectly. The star topped off her look with Chopard jewels.
Also in the beyond flattering category was Gabourey Sidibe, who finally got someone to do her justice on the red carpet. And that someone, as I previously predicted, was Georgina Chapman of Marchesa.
Sidibe stunned in a blue silk chiffon draped bodice gown with hand embellished crystal detail by the designer and Lorraine Schwartz diamonds (over 180 carats of them!).
And Gabby's co-star/Oscar winner Mo'Nique also flattered her voluptuous figure in an electric blue Tadashi Shoji silk jersey ruched gown with jewel detail on the bodice. And check out the meaning behind the flower in her hair.
All three tied in my book for best 'supported' actress by donning figure-flattering frocks.
Cameron Diaz sparkled in hues of gold -- from her luxurious side-swept golden tresses to her golden bead encrusted strapless Oscar de la Renta gown.
Tina Fey finally edited through the last few not-so-beautiful dresses and found a winner in a beautiful black, beaded asymmetrical gown by Michael Kors, complete with a leg-baring slit.
BEST ORIGINAL SCORE
Sarah Jessica Parker "carried" us away away in her pale yellow billowy and bejeweled Chanel Couture gown, bringing sexy to the city of Los Angeles. Who else but this fashion icon could have pulled off this original score? Exactly.
BEST COSTUME DESIGN
Vera Farmiga donned a rich pomegranate tiered gown by Marchesa. The sculted pleated cascade down the dress brought high drama and a circus-inspired feel to the dress, yet the star still looked the perfect picture of elegance.
BEST SPECIAL EFFECTS
Carey Mulligan was once again a vision of modern chic and elegance. Her Prada gown was embellished with special effects of beading and miniature charms of knives, forks and scissors which garnered this newbie to the red carpet regalia. The second special effect was her adorable cropped haircut which has spawned a new trend to takeoff (and take off).
Jennifer Lopez made us weak in the knees once again; this time in a chic Armani Privé gown with an asymmetrical side-flowing train.
Paula Patton was not only glamorous, but she has adapted to her pregnancy with breathtaking ease in an orange Carolina Herrera gown.
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD:
Helen Mirren, one of our generation's greatest actresses, continually brings elegance and class to the red carpet, often with the help of design duo Badgley Mischka. And tonight, in a lavender crystal embellished gown, was no exception.
BEST FOREIGN FILM
Rachel McAdams flowed across the stage in a pastel sweetheart neckline painterly Elie Saab gown made with panels of organza and mousseline. Saab, a Lebanese designer, is no foreigner to the Oscars, as I collaborated with him in 2002 on Halle Berry's dress for her historic Oscars win.
Sandra Bullock, with whom I've worked with many times over the years, has always refused to be cast in the role of fashion victim, and tonight she has beyond a doubt become a Hollywood legend. She was a fashion star in a breathtaking silver beaded column gown with embroidered illusion bodice by Marchesa. Bullock is by all means deserved of not only her Oscar, but the Blochbuster Award for best dressed.
Zoe Saldana's Givenchy Couture gown came to life in its other worldly dimensions with a rhinestone bustier, pink satin cummerbund and a graduated lavender-to-purple sculpted and ruffled train. She accessorized with 100 carats of Lorraine Schwartz diamonds -- 20 carat platinum and diamond drop earrings and an 80 carat platinum and amethyst ring.
And see who made the cut for Oscars Best Dressed 2011.