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PHOTOS: Gossip Girl Glam And Singer Sins In The Best & Worst


Feb. 10 2011, Published 4:14 a.m. ET

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From the glam-packed soirees of Mercedes Benz Fashion Week to all the pre-Grammy excitement in Los Angeles, stars got dressed up in the best and worst fashions of Wednesday and has all the photos in our daily feature.

Blake Lively is filling Sarah Jessica Parker’s designer heels to perfect. The Gossip Girl hit the amfAR New York Gala dressed to thrill in a stunning Alexander McQueen strapless gown, which featured an attention-grabbing pattern. Finishing the luscious look off with Lorraine Schwartz bling, Blake scored herself the Best Look of the Day by a landslide.

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Leona Lewis has been upping the shock factor on the red carpet as of late, following up her “lippy” Bieber fashion flop with another equally bad look. The Brit beauty wore a dress (seemingly from the same designer) to the Essence Black Women in Music Celebration in Los Angeles which featured a yellow bow adornment over her assets.

At the Los Angeles premiere of I Am Number Four Glee girl Dianna Agron got washed out in a pale pink Vivienne Westwood dress, while Teresa Palmer stole the red carpet show in a beyond sexy backless Emilio Pucci dress, which she paired with Christian Louboutin heels.

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Katie Cassidy dazzled in a ruffled red ASOS mini at the Candy Ice Pre-Grammy Affair for Breast Cancer and Nicole Richie channeled old Hollywood glamour at Bergdorf Goodman NYC Fashion Week kickoff.

Who else rocked and shocked in their designer duds on Wednesday? Click here to find out.



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