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PHOTOS: Worst & Wackiest Fashions Ever At The MTV VMA's!

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Sep. 10 2010, Published 9:05 a.m. ET

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The MTV Video Music Awards will air live from Los Angeles this Sunday, but before the highly anticipated star-studded event, RadarOnline.com is taking you on a trip down red carpet memory lane, bringing you the tackiest and wackiest fashions that ever hit the red carpet!

Lil’ Kim has committed multiple offenses over the years (on and off the red carpet!) with her trademark overtly sexy style. From her purple pasties disaster in 1999 to her mess of a body-exposing dress in 2004, the pint sized rapper always manages to leave the show in fashion police handcuffs!

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Back in 1992, Howard Stern got super cheeky in a crazy costume, which was missing some fabric on the backside! Not a good look for the outspoken radio personality.

Jennifer Lopez’s attempt at flapper fashion resulted in a major faux pas in 2006, which was the same years Ice-T’s curvy wife Coco showed off her assets in belly dancing duds.

And who can forget Kanye West and his lady friend Amber Rose just last year?

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While the controversial rapper chugged a bottle of booze, his curvy date snaked down the carpet in a too-tight catsuit.

From Jessica Simpson’s bra-baring getup to Paris Hilton’s barely there gown, these are photos you won’t want to miss!

And don’t forget to check back on Sunday, when RadarOnline.com will be picking out the Best, Worst & Wackiest Fashions live from the red carpet of the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards.

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