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


Jan. 24 2011, Published 4:55 a.m. ET

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It was a busy weekend for Hollywood’s hottest stars, who were out and about across the world dressed in the best, worst & wackiest fashions. has all the photos in our weekend roundup.

Leighton Meester brought out the bombshell for the Los Angeles premiere of The Roommate. The Gossip Girl, who is always a wild card on the red carpet (we will never be able to forgive her for that awful Marchesa jumpsuit) looked totally fab in a Pre-Fall 2011 Michael Kors collection black chiffon jersey leather cut out gown, which she paired with Harry Winston earrings and Brian Atwood heels.

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Pamela Anderson wasn’t exactly looking so wondrous in white, during a Malibu outing. The Baywatch babe should’ve looked in the mirror before she stepped out of the house in totally sheer, panty-exposing white frock.

And on the wacky factor, Nicki Minaj was up to her old attire antics in London, stepping out in sheer cutout leggings and multi-colored high heels, which matched her hair.

Amy Adams showed off her fabulous post-preggers bod in a super lowcut Andrew GN mini and Christian Louboutin heels at the Producers Guild Award and Emily Blunt looked white hot and gorgeous at the Los Angeles premiere of Gnomeo & Juliet in a sleeved Zac Posen number.

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Kate Bosworth and Demi Moore brought sexy style to the Sundance premiere of Another Happy Day, while Abbie Cornish dazzled in Elie Saab at the G’Day USA Los Angeles Gala.

Who else rocked and shocked on the fashion front over the weekend? Click here to find out.



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