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PHOTOS: Stars In The Best, Worst & Wackiest Fashions Of The Week

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Nov. 27 2010, Published 2:00 p.m. ET

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From the red carpets of swanky parties and events to the streets of the city, stars were dressed in the best, worst and wackiest fashions this holiday week -- and has all the photos in our weekly feature.

It was a big week in Gossip, as Blake Lively and Leighton Meester both scored high style marks.  While the beautiful blonde hit the launch party for Lorraine Schwartz 2BHAPPY Jewelry in NYC, her bombshell bod poured into a corseted Versace Spring 2011 dress, the brunette babe looked sexy and sophisticated at an Herbal Essences photocall in Madrid, wearing a Versus velvet mini from the Fall 2010 collection, and Pierre Hardy heels.

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Ke$ha raised the wacky factor at the American Music Awards on Sunday.  The singer who has TiK ToK’ed her way into every awards show this year hit the red carpet in a custom made VHS tape gown, which featured a plunging neckline and a high slit.  Talk about vintage!

Nicki Minaj also stood out like a sore thumb, wearing a brightly hued and ornately embellished Manish Arora dress, while Miley Cyrus enjoyed walking down her last red carpet before her 18th birthday, looking gorgeous in Marchesa.

Beyonce brought out the winter white at the Lorraine Schwartz jewelry launch in NYC, wearing a wondrous Antonio Berardi pencil dress with Cesare Paciotti heels, while Carla Gugino dominated the Los Angeles premiere of Faster in Georges Chakra Couture.

Find out what other stars hit the town in the most shocking and rocking duds in’s weekly fashion feature.


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