Scarlett Johansson -- who won the Featured Actress in a Play prize for her debut performance in "A View from the Bridge" -- sparkled as always in a gorgeous green gown and bouffant updo upon arriving at the 64th Annual Tony Awards at NYC's Radio City Music Hall.
Right behind ScarJo was her hunk of a husband, Ryan Reynolds, who kept it simple yet super sexy in a black suit.
Will Smith dared to be different in a patterned tux, while wife Jada Pinkett Smith had fun in a sassy ruffled frock that showcased her gorgeous gams.
Cate Blanchett made a fashion statement in a silver, futuristic pantsuit. Was it a hit ... or a miss?
Forget Michael Douglas, all eyes were on his wife of 10 years, Catherine Zeta-Jones, who stole the spotlight in a periwinkle gown fit for a princess.
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One of our favorite famous couples -- Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber -- added to the contingent of Hollywood heavyweights in attendance. Naomi looked chic in her shoulder pad-enhanced, floor-length gown, while Liev suited up splendidly in a bow tie and tux.
Despite the rainy weather, "Glee's" Lea Michele was a ray of sunshine thanks to her bold, yellow, form-fitting gown.
Daniel Radcliffe laughed while making his way down the arrivals line in a classic tux. The 20-year-old "Harry Potter" star, who made his Broadway debut in the 2008 revival of "Equus," presented at the awards ceremony.
Lucy Liu could get away with wearing just about anything. Luckily, the diminutive diva opted for this pale pink masterpiece, which impressed everyone from fashion critics to the viewing public.
2009 Tony award winner Karen Olivo ("West Side Story") almost looked as if she were ready for bed thanks to her white goddess gown.