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Stars Who Make Our Mouths Water

White Hot

Before Brad and their ever-expanding brood, Angelina Jolie was mostly known for her goth-inspired red carpet looks. To this day, she still favors black, which is why this sleek white satin Marc Bouwer gown from 2004 is such a standout. Flawless, timeless and undeniably sexy.

Stars Who Make Our Mouths Water

Golden Girl

You can't have a sexiest list without including Jessica Alba. The gorgeous actress became a perennial red carpet favorite in 2006, pairing a curve-hugging gold Versace gown with intricate embroidery detail on the skirt with a simple upswept 'do and beautiful, understated jewelry.

Stars Who Make Our Mouths Water

Berry Sexy

Halle Berry is always flawless on the red carpet, but this 2005 look is at the top of our list. Sleek, shimmery and hugging all the right curves, Berry's Atelier Versace gown is perfect for showing off without stealing the spotlight from her natural beauty.

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Store-Bought Sexiness

Sharon Stone made headlines -- and everyone's best dressed list -- in 1999 when she paired her lavender Vera Wang ball skirt with a white Gap button-down that she snagged from her husband's closet. The resulting look is fresh, feminine and seriously seductive.

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Eastern Flair

Nicole Kidman went from safe fashion to super sexy in 1997 in this bold acid green Christian Dior gown. With chinoiserie embroidery, a thigh-high slit and daring backless detail, this look put John Galliano's first couture collection for the fashion house on the map, and made Kidman a style icon.

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Watch Her Back

Cate Blanchett is one of the best actresses of our time, and she often flaunts her flair for the dramatic on the red carpet. Her Jean Paul Gaultier gown in 2000 is a favorite -- what looked like a simple black sheath in front was turned around to reveal an exotic chain-draped low-cut back.

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Dressing a Diva

With several live performances throughout the evening, Beyonce was the shining star of the 2005 Oscars, but it was her show-stopping black velvet vintage Atelier Versace gown that made headlines. This is truly a dress made for a diva.

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Spicing Things Up

'Brokeback Mountain' nominee Michelle Williams was the standout on the 2006 Oscars red carpet. Her classic Vera Wang gown is lovely, with delicate pleated chiffon collar detail, but it's the bold saffron color, sultry red lips and deco jewels that make the look really pop.

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Glam It Up

Daryl Hannah attended the 1988 Oscars to watch her 'Wall Street' costar Michael Douglas take home the Best Actor prize (her performance only earned her a Razzie), but she nearly stole the show in this Hollywood glam ensemble, complete with sleek waves, red lips and elbow-length white gloves.

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She Wore Blue

British beauty Emily Blunt learned a thing or two from all that fashion in 'The Devil Wears Prada,' and her invite to the Oscars in 2007 proved the perfect time to put it to good use. Her dazzling blue sequin Calvin Klein gown was a stand-out in a sea of black and white.

Stars Who Make Our Mouths Water