The Tony Awards: From Scarlett to Bette, What Everyone Wore

Donna Freydkin

The Tony Awards celebrate the theater world’s best performances and biggest pipes. And there were no clear-cut frontrunners this year, after that phenomenon known as Hamilton swept the major categories in 2016 — the closest being the beloved and buzzy Dear Evan Hansen. But regardless of who takes home a statue, get ready for serious style moments from luminaries like Bette Midler and Olivia Wilde. Break a leg, folks.

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Scarlett Johansson in Michael Kors

The actress showed just the right amount of leg. (Photo: Getty Images)

Anna Kendrick in Miu Miu

The actress is pitch perfect — sorry, guys, but ’tis true — in this flowery number. (Photo: Getty Images)

Jason Sudeikis and Olivia Wilde, in Michael Kors

The actress was red-hot on the red carpet. (Photo: Getty Images)

Rachel Bloom

The Crazy Ex-Girlfriend star and creator went for black and white. (Photo: Getty Images)

Sally Field

The acting legend was understated and elegant. (Photo: Getty Images)

Bette Midler in Michael Kors

The star is the wind beneath our wings in this shimmery number. (Photo: Getty Images)

Chrissy Teigen, in Pamella Roland, and John Legend

The model and the musician are red-carpet stunners. (Photo: Getty Images)

Uma Thurman

The actress is super-sexy in a plunging black gown. (Photo: Getty Images)

Tina Fey in Sally LaPointe

The writer/actress, with her husband Jeff Richmond, wore an on-point dress by the New York designer. (Photo: Getty Images)

Sarah Paulson in Rodarte

This is pure Hollywood glam, folks, from one of today’s most in-demand stars. (Photo: Getty Images)

Cobie Smulders in Schiaparelli

The actress was spring-perfect in this strapless number. (Photo: Getty Images)

Eva Noblezada in Jonathan Simkhai

The Miss Saigon star was fresh in black and white. (Photo: Getty Images)

Stephanie J. Block in J. Mendel

The Broadway star dazzled in a strapless understated number. (Photo: Getty Images)

Taye Diggs

The actor walked the red carpet with his love, model Amanza Smith Brown. (Photo: Getty Images)

Cynthia Nixon in Rosie Assoulin

What a fresh color, and one we rarely see the actress wearing. (Photo: Getty Images)

Glenn Close

The actress, along with Sally Field, was regal in blue. (Photo: Getty Images)

Sara Bareilles in Naeem Khan

Talk about just the right amount of coverage for the singer. (Photo: Getty Images)

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