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PHOTOS: The Best, Worst & Wackiest Fashions Of The Weekend!

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Nov. 22 2010, Published 9:24 a.m. ET

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Stars were scattered all over the world this weekend in the best, worst & wackiest fashions, and RadarOnline.com has all the photos to prove it!

Though fab fashion was definitely in the air, Demi Moore definitely was worthy of the best look of the weekend. The 48-year-old actress hit the CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute in Los Angeles, showing off her flawless figure in a regal blue Marios Schwab halter mini, which she paired with matching Casadei leopard print peep-toes. Talk about sexy!

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Halle Berry rocked winter white to the swanky soiree, showing off her assets in a one-shouldered Alberta Ferretti gown, adding Robert Lee Morris jewels and Diego Dolcini heels, while Jessica Alba looked strikingly sophisticated in a Rachel Comey strapless cocktail dress and Christian Louboutin heels.

Skyline star Brittany Daniel hit Sin City in sinful style, hosting a party with Donald Faison in arrest-worthy attire. The Sweet Valley High star showed it all off in a bra-baring, skintight cutout ensemble‹landing herself the worst dressed title.

Shakira missed the American Music Awards, instead taking the stage in Portugal dressed like a hot pink nun, while Snooki celebrated her 23rd birthday in NYC looking like a bird princess in a feathered embellished mini.

Jennifer Lopez got glam in Gucci for the Italian clothing line’s Children’s Collection Launch in Beverly Hills, and Jennifer Hudson showed off her svelte curves in a rich red wrap dress at The Happy Hearts Fund Land of Dreams: Thailand Event in NYC.

See all the style highs and fashion crimes from over the weekend in RadarOnline.com’s weekly feature.

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