Fergie, in Jean Paul Gaultier Haute Couture
I don’t know what’s worse – the orange lace see-through frock or the fact that Fergie wore granny panties to the Grammys. Either way, the skin-baring R&B star tops this list with that sort of disillusioned audacity.
Rihanna, in Giorgio Armani
So sexy, it’s tacky. Seriously though, Rihanna, we understand that you’ve got it. But the plunging V-neck and the Farrah Fawcett ‘do just don’t do it for me.
Jessie J, in Julien Macdonald
If she’s going for disco mermaid chic, then that’s too bad. Cher’s already been down that road, and you know what? Cher did it better.
I’m not sure who designed this mullet dress but it might be in the best interest of the culprit for that to remain undisclosed. Though I have to say, that is some fierce ear jewelry.
Bruno Mars, in Thom Browne
Everything from the waist up is all right, but the loose-fitting cropped trousers just make him look like a self-employed Oompa-Loompa.
Nicki Minaj, in Versace
No words… None.
Kelly Rowland, in Alberta Ferretti
This is definitely a little safe for the Grammys, but Kelly looks too stunning to not make the list.
Kelly Osbourne, in Tony Ward
That dress by itself would have been kind of a drag, but Kelly’s silvery-purple hair makes her ensemble ten times more interesting. Not to mention she looks fabulous and very fit.
Take note, Bruno. The classic tailored suit is the only fit that fits.
Spunky, sweet and bold – just like her infectious jazz tunes.
Taylor Swift, in Zuhair Murad
Taylor actually manages to not look sixteen in this very grown-up, very gilded gown. Kudos to her for the dress, but not for her undeserved wins.
Kings of Leon
These rockers sure clean up nice.
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