Mon, 10 Jun 2013 04:00:00 GMT | By Sheena Wan
Red carpet: Tony Awards 2013

While most stars opted to wear blue at this year's Tonys, the red carpet still proved to be quite a colourful affair with rich-coloured gowns in purple, gold and white.

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Hollywood just can't get enough of the red carpet, can they? The latest awards show to grab our attention this time around is the 67th Annual Tony Awards- Broadway's biggest night of the year held at Radio City Music Hall.

Stars like Anna Kendrick, Laura Benanti and Sigourney Weaver chose to wear different shades of blue to this red carpet, all looking equally as stunning. Apart from the usual razzle dazzle of red carpet gowns, there were also a handful of celebs such as Scarlett Johansson and Jane Lynch who kept things polished and chic in black with a clean silhouette.

If you're looking to find a serious fashion offender on this red carpet, there is none... except maybe for Cicely Tyson's ruffle mania dress and also Stephanie J. Block's odd origami-inspired red gown (you'll see what we mean when you scroll through the next few pages). Click next to see what the stars wore and comment on who you think is the biggest fashion let-down at the Tony Awards.



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