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PHOTOS: The Best, Worst & Wackiest Fashions At The American Music Awards!

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Nov. 22 2010, Published 9:35 a.m. ET

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Music’s hottest stars headed to the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live Sunday for the 2010 American Music Awards, where the red carpet was filled with the best, worst & wackiest fashions. The fashion police are picking the wardrobe winners and the sinners from the annual music awards show where anything can happen!

While the AMAs are usually home to rocking and shocking looks, this year fab and feminine fashion were on the attire agenda.

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Miley Cyrus, who will be celebrating her 18th birthday on Tuesday, proved that she Can Be Tamed, wearing an anything but scandalous Marchesa strapless mini from the Spring 2011 (which featured a beyond long and dramatic train!) while Katy Perry looked pretty in pink sequins in a Badgley Mischka strapless gown.

Rihanna matched her fiery ‘do to her dress, showing off her dangerous curves in a Cabernet-hued lace sleeved gown.  The gorgeous singer finished off her sophisticated look with large diamond and gold Neil Lane hoop earrings and platinum and diamond Neil Lane rings.


Kelly Osbourne is having fun flaunting her new and improved figure!  The reality show star/rock royalty looked glam in a Christian Dior strapless mini.

As for wacky, sassy rapper Nicki Minaj definitely was dressed on the bizarre side, wearing a brightly hued number from Indian designer Manish Arora, while Ke$ha constructed her high slit gown out of VHS tape!

See all the stars and their red carpet Do’s and Don’ts on



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