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STYLE RADAR: Best, Worst And Most Shocking Fashions Of The Week


Jul. 2 2010, Published 8:30 a.m. ET

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From the red carpet of the BET Awards and movie premieres, to the beaches of Miami, some stars made a style splash, while others drowned in their unfortunate duds. One of the most shocking looks of this weeks came from Will Smith's beloved, Jada Pinkett, who hit the BET Awards on Sunday sans pants.

Wearing only a black blazer over a swimsuit-looking, striped onesie, the gorgeous actress had us all wondering---did she forget her pants at home?

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Freida Pinto had a gorgeous green day at the NYC premiere of The Last Airbender. The Slumdog Millionaire star, who hasn't been on our in quite some time, made up for her red carpet absence in a Kelly green Oscar de la Renta one-shouldered frock, which was delicately belted in black. Paired with black peep-toes and a matching clutch, the actress stylishly supported her beau, Dev Patel, who stars in the M. Night Shyamalan flick.

Freida Pinto

Kristen Stewart and Ashley Greene continued their Twilight style streaks. While Ash looked sensational in a silver L'Wren Scott number at the Eclipse London premiere, Kristen rocked a super sophisticated RM by Roland Mouret to a NYC screening.

Other shocks on the fashion front? Ice-T's curvaceous wife Coco splashed around Miami Beach in a barely-there red bikini. If there was a such thing as the Fashion Police, the overexposed blonde would have been sentenced to life for wearing such inappropriate swimwear!

Britney Spears had a bad hair day---AND makeup day, AND fashion day, stepping out for her daily Starbucks in Los Angeles. The Toxic pop star

committed multiple offenses a la mode, from her bedhead hair down to her bright white tube socks!

Who else rocked and shocked this week? Check out the gallery in Style and find out!



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