LARA FLYNN BOYLE Boyle, then starring on 1999 winner The Practice, wore a satin gown that clung to her reed-thin figure which was nearly as distracting as her showgirl-worthy boa. LISA MARIE PRESLEY Daughter of the King or bride of Dracula? In 2005, presenter Presley went over-the-top goth in a grim black gown complete with a floor-length cape. CYNTHIA NIXON Nominated for Sex and the City in 2001, Nixon played down her best feature (her red hair) and accentuated her worst (bad posture) in an ill-fitting periwinkle frock. SELA WARD The 2002 nominee (for TV's Once and Again) got herself all tied up in a revealing crimson gown held together with what we hope are three strong sailor's knots MAGGIE GYLLENHAAL The actress, just 26 at the 2004 awards, could have borrowed her matronly shift from the wardrobe closet of her '50s-era drama Mona Lisa Smile.