Jamie Alexander left little to the imagination with her see-through dress at the premiere of her movie Thor: The Dark World in Hollywood, California. Talk about a sheer beauty!

Alexander, 29, turned heads as she strutted down the red carpet wearing a long-sleeved Spring 2014 Azzaro floor-length gown featuring a strategically placed mesh panel that exposed both the actress’ front and backside. But was the sexy gown too revealing?

Jamie Alexander Jamie Alexander shows off the back of her risque sheer dress at the premiere for her flick Thor: The Dark World.

From the front of the racy frock fans could see parts of Alexander’s breasts in addition to a barely covered crotch, while the back of the sexy gown scarcely covered the actress’ toned tush. "People hate me," Peter Facinelli's girlfriend quipped to E! News. "I don't work out that much." You could have fooled us, Alexander! The sheer gown highlightened the entertainer’s extremely tight stomach and lean legs as she floated throughout the premiere.

But Alexander isn’t the only star to rock the mesh look. In April of this year, Gwyneth Paltrow dared to bare in a transparent look. Gwyneth Paltrow left jaws on the floor when the 40-year-old actress hit the Hollywood premiere of Iron Man 3 in her seriously sexy Antonio Berardi frock.

Gwyneth Paltrow Cast member Gwyneth Paltrow poses at the premiere of Iron Man 3.

The designer explained what he loved most about Paltrow’s no-underwear-needed-dress. "I adore the side panels in this dress — they make everything a suggestion," Berardi said. "Just a flash of a curve, and a hint of leg movement, embodying a sensuality without any vulgarity.”

Berardi went on to say that he couldn’t have asked for a better actress for his sexy style. "Gwyneth manages to bridge the gap of glamour and modernity," the designer told Grazia about his fall/winter 2013 collection gown. "She makes things look iconic!"

While we think Paltrow’s sexy dress definitely deserves a seat among Hollywood’s most iconic red-carpet looks, the blond-haired beauty is still competing for the number-one spot with these divas.

RTXEVAV Don Ameche stands next of Cher with his Oscar for best supporting actor in Cocoon during the 1986 Academy Awards.

Let’s start with the queen of them all, Cher. For years, this multi-talented vixen has been shocking fans with her vocals and talent. But nothing widened our eyes quite as much as the actress’ Bob Mackie showgirl gown during the 1986 Academy Awards.

According to reports, Cher chose this two-piece outfit after the Academy failed to nominate her for her role in Mask. But despite not taking home the little golden statue, Cher left with even more than she anticipated — the honor of having one of the most famous Oscar dresses to date.

Lil' Kim Rap artist Lil' Kim arrives at the 1999 MTV Video Music Awards at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York.

More than a decade later, performer Lil' Kim was the next Hollywood star forcing us to do a double-take at the 1999 MTV Video Music Awards. The sexy star sported a one-sleeved mermaid-inspired jumpsuit created by Lil' Kim’s stylist Misa Hylton. The songstress matched her look with a lilac wig and accessorized the racy look with a floral pasty on her left breast.

The look became so notorious that several celebs have tried to recreate the ensemble. The latest celebrity take was Miley Cyrus, who replicated the iconic look for this year’s Halloween festivities! "Awwww. Look at my baby @mileycyrus tonight!!!” Lil Kim said on Twitter. “Looking GORGEOUS!!! I wish I was there to squeeze your boob :) :) Love U so much !!!! #mytwin."

Jennifer Lopez Presenter and nominee Jennifer Lopez shows off her latest fashion at the 42nd annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles February 23, 2000.

Then there was Jennifer Lopez! JLo released her inner wild child during the 42nd Grammy Awards when the star wore one of Hollywood’s most notorious gowns ever. The green dress, with a neckline that plunged to just below Lopez’s navel, was created by Donatella Versace. In 2008, the silk chiffon dress was voted the fifth most iconic dress of all time by the Daily Telegraph.

What dress do you think deserves the award for the most shocking? Let us know your take in the comments section below!