Sofia Vergara Grade: A As usual, the "Modern Family" siren — nominated for Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series — brought the va-va-voom in a Vera Wang gown and $7 million worth of Lorraine Schwartz jewelry.
Julianne Hough Grade: D The typically stylish actress/singer/dancer wore a sheer Jenny Packham dress that left us scratching our heads. But perhaps she was more focused on trying to avoid her ex, Ryan Seacrest, on the red carpet, than her Emmy gown.
Paula Abdul Grade: F Was the former "American Idol" judge trying to dress like an Emmy statuette? This look was just "straight up" bad.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus Grade: A The Lead Actress in a Comedy Series winner for "Veep" was also a winner on the red carpet thanks to her sparkling strapless Monique Lhuillier creation.
Heidi Klum Grade: B The supermodel definitely knows how to turn heads on the red carpet, and she certainly did in this sequined pomegranate Versace number. Though she had trouble getting out of her car upon arrival because of her constricting gown, Klum said she loved her dress. "I chose it because it is hard and body fitting, and not too revealing either."
Zooey Deschanel Grade: C Who's that girl? The "New Girl" star wore an icy blue J. Mendel dress that could've appeared on the Emmys red carpet 20 years ago. We think Deschanel, with her pretty hair and makeup, could have done better.
Kerry Washington Grade: B+ The "Scandal" star's ethereal Marchesa gown, which she wore with wavy tresses, has already proven to be one of the more divisive fashion choices for this year's Emmys. Do you think it's beautiful or bizarre?