Yum? Stacy Keibler, Shailene Woodley: Academy Award Hairstyles That Look Like Pastries (PHOTOS)
Somewhere between Sacha Baron Cohen dumping an urn of ashes on Ryan Seacrest and Meryl Streep’s surprise Best Actress win, there was a parade of fancy hairstyles—more than one of which looked strangely delicious. See the 10 Oscar hairstyles that looked most like pastries.
Somewhere between Sacha Baron Cohen dumping an urn of ashes on Ryan Seacrest and Meryl Streep’s surprise Best Actress win, there was a parade of fancy hairstyles—more than one of which looked strangely delicious. See the 10 Oscar hairstyles that looked most like pastries and other yummy treats. Shailene Woodley: Cinnabon
Shailene Woodley, star of the Oscar-nominated film
The Descendants, sported a hairdo that looked deliciously—or rather, suspiciously—like a Cinnabon. Maya Rudolph: Challah
Maya Rudolph, who starred alongside Oscar nominee Melissa McCarthy in
Bridesmaids, wore her hair in wavy locks that resembled a hearty loaf of challah. WireImage, Getty Images; Getty Images Stacy Keibler: Rugelach
Stacy Keibler, George Clooney’s leading lady, rolled part of her blonde locks into a neat, rugelach-like roll.
Emma Stone: Pain aux Raisins
The Help star Emma Stone’s fire-engine-red gown nicely complemented her (also red) pain aux raisins–like bun.
Getty Images; Getty Images Jennifer Lopez: Kaiser Roll
Though it was
hardly the most memorable part of J. Lo’s outfit, the presenter’s hair had a striking resemblance to a kaiser roll.
Tina Fey: Popover
Tina Fey’s Carolina Herrera dress was dazzling to the eyes, but it was her popover hairdo that got our stomachs rumbling.
Esperanza Spalding: Cotton Candy
Grammy winner Esperanza Spalding sang an inspired tribute to the Hollywood figures who died last year—with a full, cotton-candy-like mane framing her face.
Kelly Osbourne: Purple Cupcakes
Kelly Osbourne made no secret of her fashion opinions on Oscar night. Did anyone let her know how appetizing her seemingly purple-cupcake-inspired hair was?
Bérénice Bejo: Braided Bread
Best Supporting Actress nominee Bérénice Bejo arrived at the Oscars with newly dyed red locks styled into what looked like braided bread.
Virginia Madsen: Cheese Straws
Actress Virginia Madsen showed up at the ceremony with a bright smile and stray tendrils of hair that looked a lot like cheese straws.