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PHOTOS: Focker Fashion And Milkshake Mishaps In The Best And Worst


Dec. 16 2010, Published 3:58 p.m. ET

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From Europe to the United States, Hollywood’s hottest stars were out and about on Wednesday dressed to rock and shock in the best and worst fashions. has all the photos in our daily feature, where no celeb is immune to a fashion police arrest!

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Jessica Alba dominated the NYC premiere of Little Fockers in white-hot fashion. The flawlessly bodied star opted for a fab feathered Valentino Couture froc, which showed of her luscious legs.  She finished off the look with strappy gold Christian Louboutin sandals and a bronze Christian Louboutin clutch.

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Kelis’ Milkshake may have brought all the boys to the bar at the Roxy -- but only because she left very little to the imagination. The sassy rapper hit Dita Von Teese’s Burlesque show at the famous Sunset Strip club, showing off her sheer black bra underneath a see through blouse. Paired with pink leopard jeans, a velvet blazer, buckled booties and bright gold jewels, the singer also sported some awful roots.


Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt brought glamour to the Rome premiere of The Tourist. Angie rocked a Salvatore Ferragamo ensemble, which consisted of luxe velvet blazer and silk trousers.

J-WOWW looked un-Jerseyfied at an NYC event for GNC Ab Cuts by Revolution. The Shore girl rocked a powerful purple one-shouldered IN ADD MINUS asymmetrically draped dress, which she belted in chic style.

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