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


Jan. 10 2011, Published 4:10 a.m. ET

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It was a smashing weekend in fashion, as stars hit the red carpet and the streets wearing the best, worst & wackiest fashions. has rounded up all the photos in our daily feature.

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Jennifer Hudson scored the best look of the weekend, hitting the 9th Annual GEM Awards in NYC in flawless fashion. The 29-year-old Dreamgirl showed off her shockingly svelte figure in an Alexander McQueen curve-hugger, Christian Louboutin heels and oodles of Neil Lane jewels, as she supported the celebrity jewelry designer (who created her impressive engagement rock) at the blingy awards show.

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Sassy singer Kat Graham wasn’t exactly dressed to impress at her performance in West Hollywood. The gorgeous star committed a style sin, wearing a Madonna/Lady Gaga cone-like bra with Christina Aguilera Genie In A Bottle-like pants. Get your own look, Kat!

Richard Simmons was up to his old attire antics in Beverly Hills, wearing his hilarious workout gear.

At the Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala, Natalie Portman missed the mark in a nun-like Vionnet dress, while Carey Mulligan rocked a fab Prada frock with black patent YSL heels and Cartier jewels.

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Rachel McAdams radiated at the Berlin premiere of Morning Glory, rocking a scarlet Michael Kors gown, which featured a leather halter and wrap-around bodice detailing and Zoe Saldana dominated the Audi and J. Mendel’s Kick Off Celebration of Golden Globe Week in Los Angeles, wearing a silver J. Mendel masterpiece with Brian Atwood heels.

Who else rocked and shocked over the weekend? Find out by clicking here.



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