Kristen Wiig's SAG Outfit and Four More Red Carpet Fails

PHOTO: Kristen Wiig arrives at the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild, Jan. 29, 2012 in Los Angeles, Calif.
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Kristen Wiig -- You're so funny. You're so pretty. You're so smart. (Is this starting to sound like "The Help" yet?) Please, oh please, do not distract us from your sparkling personality by wrapping a bedazzled dog collar around your neck.

2012 is young but there's been red carpet ridiculousness a plenty, what with gaudy Golden Globes gowns and SAG missteps, like Wiig's. Let's take a look at exhibit B:

PHOTO: Sarah Michelle Gellar arrives at the 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards at The Beverly Hilton hotel, Jan. 15, 2012 in Beverly Hills, Calif.
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Sarah Michelle Gellar

The erstwhile vampire slayer wore this dress because her 2-year-old daughter picked it out. "It's funny -- I didn't try on that many dresses," she said on the Golden Globes red carpet. "They had them all lined up and I was working all week and my 2-year-old walked in, walked up this dress and said, 'Mama, wear this!' So I put it on and said, 'OK!" What if Gellar chose her acting roles this way? Next up: SpongeBob on Ice!

PHOTO: Actress Amanda Peet arrives at the 69th Annual Golden Globe, Jan. 15, 2012 in Beverly Hills, Calif.
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Amanda Peet

Poor Amanda Peet. With no dress to wear to the Globes, she had to fashion a body covering out of doilies and toilet paper.

PHOTO: Madonna attends the premiere of "W.E." at the Ziegfeld Theater, Jan. 23, 2012 in New York City.
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Madonna

Much ado has been made over Madonna's arms. They're so stringy! They're so muscle-y! Look at those veins! But did you know she stores them in black, mesh bags that she forgot to take off at a January event to promote her movie "W.E.?" No? Well, now you do.

PHOTO: Carey Mulligan takes a tumble on the red carpet at the 32nd London Film Critics' Circle Awards in London, Jan. 19, 2012.
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Carey Mulligan

Some sites slammed Mulligan for what she wore to the London Critics' Circle Film Awards earlier this month because she donned the very same dress to an event in Los Angeles two weeks prior instead of incinerating the thing the moment she took it off the first time because, you know, that's what stars do. For us, that's fine. But doing the Hobbit half step because your (admittedly cute) heels are too high/tight/what have you -- that's a problem.

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