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Scarlett Johansson arrives at the Oscars on Sunday, Feb. 22, 2015, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

And The Oscar Nominees for Best and Worst Hair Go To...

'Stunning' would be an appropriate word for the 87th Academy Awards Ceremony. From Lady Gaga's jaw-dropping performance that brought tears even to Julia Andrews' eyes to "Birdman" winning Best Picture, there was no lack of surprises on Sunday night.
Although there were many awards to be handed out, 'Best and Worst Hairstyle' could have been easily added to the prestigious list to be taken home by stars.
We nominate the following celebrities for a new kind of Oscar = Red Carpet Hair.
Jennifer Lopez: She seems to have not aged since her break in the business decades ago, are we right? JLo kept her look youthful with a simple pulled back ponytail. The warm caramel melded with brunette were absolutely perfect for a subtle, yet sexy hairstyle.
Lady Gaga: She could have easily been singing 'These are a few of my favorite things' about the combination of violet ash blonde and gently swept long locks. Gaga's tone of hair and voice were award-winning at the event.
Scarlet Johansson: Possibly borrowing the style from Macklemore, Johansson sported a short cut with combed back fringe. Usually left more full, her flat, pulled back trend properly showcased her beautiful face.
Faith Hill: Many celebrities have found shear perfection with chopping off their locks. Gorgeous enough to pull off almost anything, the super short look was still a miss for country singer. Even a slightly longer pixie would be more flattering on Faith.
Patricia Arquette: There is no doubt her Best Supporting Actress acceptance speech was one of the most moving; even Meryl Streep was out of her seat cheering. Unfortunately, Arquette's lazily thrown back hair with unforgiving flyaways was not as worthy of applause.
Jessica Oyelowo: She may have been a steady support for her Oscar nominated husband, David, but her stylist failed to properly support her updo. The poorly backcombed and uneven hairstyle could have been saved by some simple spray and a double-check directly in the mirror.