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Apr. 21 2011, Published 4:38 a.m. ET

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By Leah Ornstein

RadarOnline.com Style & Beauty Editor

From scorching hot starlets to faux pas fashionistas, Hollywood A-listers were out in full fashion force on Wednesday dressed in the best and worst duds - and RadarOnline has all the photos in our daily roundup.

Megan Fox was dressed to thrill at Jaguar’s 50th Anniversary of the E-Type in New York City.  The bigscreen bombshell rocked a mint colored cocktail frock with Brian Atwood heels, which was the perfect blend of sexy and sophistication.

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Meanwhile in NYC Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen stepped out to the opening night premiere of The Union at the Tribeca Film Festival in elderly socialite style.  The pint-sized thespians-turned-designer sported way too mature and frumpy a la mode for their twenty-four years of age.

Courteney Cox kept it classy for An Evening with Cougar Town, wearing an ivory Marc Jacobs frock, while Jennifer Hudson showed off her svelte bod a sassily striped Issa mini.

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Other fashion flops included Christina Aguilera, who channeled her Burlesque costar Cher at the The Abbey’s Gay Walk of Fame Honors in West Hollywood, and Whoopi Goldberg, who was living large in oversized threads at the opening of Sister Act in NYC.

For all the best and worst looks of the day, click here.

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