Oscar® Fashion Remains a Hot Topic
The eye-popping gowns worn by Jennifer Lopez and Angelina Jolie are still the talk of the Oscar aftermath. INSIDE EDITION has the scoop.
On American Idol, a playful Steven Tyler spoofed J.Lo's alleged wardrobe malfunction at the Oscars®.
Tyler pulled open his shirt, exposing his chest and said, "What, who am I?"
"I don't even know what to say," replied Lopez.
It was Jennifer Lopez's first appearance on American Idol since the uproar over her deeply plunging neckline, which may or may not have exposed a little too much of her left breast. Lopez denied that she bared anything improper, exclaiming, "There was no nipple!"
Meantime, was a picture of Brad Pitt's ex Jennifer Aniston in a dress with a thigh-high slit the inspiration for Angelina Jolie's now famous thigh-baring pose? Aniston showed a lot of leg at the Golden Globes two years ago. The headline in London's Daily Mail says, "How Angelina Jolie (and her unruly right leg) Copied Love Rival Jennifer Aniston's Red Carpet Display."
Now Jolie is getting support from none other than Donald Trump.
INSIDE EDITION's Megan Alexander asked Trump, "Some people say, 'Very classy,' People like Joan Rivers say it was too much. What do you say?"
"Well I thought it looked great. She's a beautiful young woman and I thought it looked fine," said Trump.
INSIDE EDITION also asked Trump, who's promoting the new season of the Celebrity Apprentice, about Oscar® host Billy Crystal.
Trump said, "He's a friend of mine and I thought he did a great job. It was really nice and it was elegant."
And Crystal is enjoying himself now that the big show is over. He took in the Los Angeles Clippers basketball game Tuesday night.
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