VOTE: Who was the best and worst dressed at the 2021 Emmys?

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Vote for the best and worst dressed star at the 2021 Emmy Awards (Images via Getty Images)
Vote for the best and worst dressed star at the 2021 Emmy Awards/ (Images via Getty Images)

The stars were shining as some of the biggest names in television hit up the red carpet of the 2021 Emmy Awards on Sunday night.

After last year's virtual event, the Emmys returned for an in-person live broadcast from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Despite being scaled down with some stars celebrating remotely, the red carpet delivered the glamour and stand-out fashion moments we've been missing during the pandemic.

However, like all red carpets, not every ensemble is a sartorial slam dunk. We’ve gathered some of our favourite looks (and those that fell flat) from this year's red carpet event, and want Yahoo Canada readers to weigh in, too.

Have your say on who was this years best and worst dressed star, below. We'll announce the results on Monday.

BEST: Tracee Ellis Ross

Ross looked chic in a red sequinned gown by Valentino Haute Couture paired with diamond bangles. (Image via Getty Images)
Tracee Ellis Ross (Image via Getty Images)

The "Black-ish" star's sequinned Valentino and minimalist styling was a red carpet favourite of the night.

WORST: Emma Corrin

Emma Corrin wearing Miu Miu at the 2021 Emmy Awards (Image via Getty Images)
"The Crown" star Emma Corrin. (Image via Getty Images)

"The Crown" star's avant-garde Miu Miu look with bizarre claw-like gloves and swim cap head covering was a confusing choice for the occasion.

BEST: Catherine Zeta-Jones

Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones at the 2021 Emmy Awards (Image via Getty Images)
Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones. (Image via Getty Images)

The Oscar-winner stole the spotlight from her Emmy-nominated husband in a glamorous in a crimson coloured strapless gown with matching satin shoes.

WORST: Aidy Bryant

Aidy Bryant in Simone Rocha at the 2021 Emmy Awards (Image via Getty Images)
"Saturday Night Live" and "Shrill" star Aidy Bryant. (Image via Getty Images)

The "Shrill" actress's custom Simone Rocha look looked childlike and out of place on the red carpet.

BEST: Yara Shahidi

Yara Shahidi at the 2021 Emmy Awards (Image via Getty Images)
"Grown-ish" actress Yara Shahidi. (Image via Getty Images)

The "Black-ish" and "Grown-ish" star stood out in a classic off-the-shoulder belted tea-length dress by Christian Dior.

WORST: Angela Bassett

Angela Bassett at the 2021 Emmy Awards (Getty Images)
Angela Bassett. (Image via Getty Images)

Bassett's black and pink ruffled look by Greta Constantine was a rare fashion misstep for the "Black Panther" star.

BEST: Jennifer Coolidge

Jennifer Coolidge at the 2021 Emmy Awards. (Image via Getty Images)
Jennifer Coolidge (Image via Getty Images)

Coolidge looked effortlessly stylish in a navy Christian Siriano gown that offset her voluminous blonde locks.

WORST: Annie Murphy

Annie Murphy at the 2021 Emmy Awards (Getty Images)
"Schitt's Creek" star Annie Murphy. (Image via Getty Images)

The "Schitt's Creek" star's ill-fitting teal Valentino gown is an example of when high fashion looks fail to translate from the runway to the red carpet.

BEST: Mandy Moore

Moore looked elegant in a cherry coloured look by Carolina Herrera and matching statement making lip colour. (Image via Getty Images)
Mandy Moore. (Image via Getty Images)

The "This Is Us" star's cherry coloured Carolina Herrera gown was an unforgettable look of the night.

WORST: Ellen Pompeo

Pompeo's Elie Saab jumpsuit was a stand-out look on the red carpet at the 2021 Emmy Awards. (Image via Getty Images)
Ellen Pompeo. (Image via Getty Images)

The "Grey's Anatomy" star's velvet Elie Saab jumpsuit and severe pony tail failed to make its fashion mark on the red carpet.

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