New Survey Reveals America's Favorite Celebrity Nominee Smiles In Advance Of Hollywood's Biggest Night

Invisalign Brand Sponsored Celebrity Smile Survey Names Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence Best Red Carpet Smiles for 2016

Halle Berry and Denzel Washington Win Best Award-Winning Smiles From The Past 15 Years

Feb 16, 2016, 08:00 ET from Invisalign

SAN JOSE, Calif., Feb. 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --

WHAT:
With Hollywood's biggest night around the corner, gorgeous smiles will take over the red carpet. While the nominees may or may not go home with a statue, a few have already been bestowed an honor, being named as having the "Best Smile" according to a new online survey conducted in January by Harris Poll on behalf of the makers of the Invisalign clear aligner system.

WHO:

  • Leonardo DiCaprio won "Best Actor Smile" with 56% of the vote.
    • Runners Up: Matt Damon (31%), Michael Fassbender (14%), Eddie Redmayne (13%) and Bryan Cranston (12%)
  • A "Joy"-ful Jennifer Lawrence won "Best Leading Lady Smile" with 44%.
    • Runners Up: Brie Larson (38%), Cate Blanchett (32%), Saoirse Ronana (19%) and Charlotte Rampling (10%)
  • Halle Berry and Denzel Washington took top spots in Hollywood's Best Award-Winning Actress and Actor Smile from the Past 15 Years with Halle receiving 50% of the vote and Denzel 38% respectively
    • Runners up: Reese Witherspoon (42%), Gwyneth Paltrow (37%), Julia Roberts (35%), Matthew McConaughey (33%), Jamie Foxx (28%), Sandra Bullock (26%), Kevin Spacey (21%) and Eddie Redmayne (16%)
  • Best Supporting Actress Smile goes to Rachel McAdams with 48%.
    • Runners Up: Alicia Vikander (32%), Rooney Mara (19%), Kate Winslet (15%) and Jennifer Leigh (9%)
  • 2016 Best Supporting Actor Smile is Sylvester Stallone with 22%
    • Runners Up: Christian Bale (21%), Mark Ruffalo (18%), Tom Hardy (14%) and Mark Rylance (11%)
  • The most iconic award-winning movies that showcased the most beautiful smiles are The Sound of Music and Titanic (tied at 17%)
    • Runners Up: Chicago (11%); West Side Story and American Beauty (tied at 10%); Shakespeare in Love (7%); and Slumdog Millionaire and Annie Hall (tied at 6%)
  • Nearly half of Americans would rather have their own smile than that of any Actor or Actress nominated in 2016 (47% of men and 52% of women)!

WHEN/WHERE:
Consumers can join @Invisalign for a #RedCarpetSmile conversation live on Twitter Sunday, Feb. 28 from 4-9 PM PST to see if Hollywood's best smiles are winners on awards night. Details will be announced via Twitter for a chance to win Invisalign treatment.

AVAILABLE FOR INTERVIEWS:

NOTE: Survey Methodology

  • This survey was conducted online within the United States by Harris Poll on behalf of the makers of Invisalign from January 25-27, 2016 among 2,016 adults ages 18 and older. This online survey is not based on a probability sample and therefore no estimate of theoretical sampling error can be calculated.

CONTACT: To schedule interviews or for complete survey methodology, including weighting variables, please contact Jackie Jorge, jjorge@goldpr.com.

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