RED CARPET RADAR: Best, Worst And Wackiest Fashion At The 2010 BET Awards

Jun. 28 2010, Published 9:15 a.m. ET

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At the 2010 BET Awards on Sunday at the Shrine Auditorium, stars hit the red carpet, in rocking and shocking and hip-hopping fashion!

Not as dressy as the Grammy’s or the American Music Awards, the BET’s always offer a little shock value, because the dress code can range from casual to couture. From Ciara to Jada Pinkett Smith, find out who sported high and low fashion at the annual awards show.

Ciara showed off her bombshell bod in a Balmain Fall 2010 metal embellished number, which had us absolutely gasping for air. The sassy singer paired her covetable couture with ankle boots and a thick, metallic belt for an attention grabbing look.

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Speaking of attention grabbing, Jada Pinkett Smith sent us into shock when we spotted her strolling down the carpet sans pants, with Jaden and Willow at her side. Brittany Daniels from The Game, scored the absolute Worst Dressed title of the night, wearing an S&M looking floorlength, which was beyond indecent.

While Mr. Mariah Carey, Nick Cannon, looked devastatingly dapper in a perfectly tailored suit, Pharrell Williams didn’t bother to change his casual clothes after the premiere of Despicable Me, sporting cutoff jeans shorts with deck shoes and a camouflage shirt!

Nick Cannon

Ashanti got all glammed up, radiating in a dramatic red floorlength, which featured origami-like detail, while Vivica A. Fox opted for a figure-flaunting, lace overlay mini. The super sexy star paired it with the hautest Christian Louboutin’s of the moment, the Clou Noeud spiked platforms.

Who else shocked, rocked and hip hopped at the annual awards show?

Check out the gallery and find out.



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