Helena Bonham Carter expects she will be a "catastrophe" on the red carpet at this year's Oscars.
The British actress is nominated for the Best Supporting Actress award for her role in 'The King's Speech' and admits her kooky dress sense is likely to continue for the ceremony on February 27 because she is so indecisive.
Asked what she was planning on wearing, she said: "I have no idea. Of course I want to have fun. It's probably going to be a catastrophe. But it's like, I'm gonna go for it. I'm so indecisive."
The 44-year-old star joked she would be wearing matching footwear for the show and would not repeat the same fashion crime as she did at the 68th Golden Globes last month.
She said: "I promise I'll wear the same colored shoes."
Helena added the situation may stress out her long-term partner Tim Burton because she often leaves the decision until the very last moment.
Speaking at the luncheon for the Oscar nominees, Helena said: "I can suddenly go off piste. But we'll wait and see. And quite frankly, as my boyfriend knows, it's right up to the last minute it can go wrong at any time. It's a mystery to me at this point."