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Posted at 12:40 PM ET, 01/13/2012

Emma Stone at the People’s Choice Awards vs. Emma Stone at the Critics’ Choice Awards


Emma Stone in emerald. (Christopher Polk - GETTY IMAGES FOR PCA)

Emma Stone looks good in green. And clearly she (or her stylist) knows it, because she opted to wear the color two nights in a row, first at the People’s Choice Awards on Wednesday, then to Thursday’s Critics’ Choice Awards.

But which look did the most justice to plucky Skeeter from “The Help”? Let’s take a look..


(Christopher Polk - GETTY IMAGES FOR PCA)

Here she is at the People’s Choice Awards. I like the jacket, and she looks well put-together. But it’s not necessarily an awards-show-spectacular outfit, which is perfectly appropriate for the PCAs. An event that exists, at least in part, to promote CVS does not deserve much more than casual chic..


(DANNY MOLOSHOK - REUTERS)

Stone clearly stepped things up considerably for the Critics’ Choice with this flowy Jason Wu-designed gown with a slight train. Very pretty, although, with so much length, one could argue that it’s a bit much for the event. I mean, one could. I won’t because I think she looks great.

So which Emma Stone green get-up is the winner? Is it even a contest? Vote on thie obviously crucial matter via the poll below.

By  |  12:40 PM ET, 01/13/2012

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