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Nov. 8 2010, Published 4:52 a.m. ET

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From the AFI Film Fest in Los Angeles to the NYC premiere of Morning Glory, stars were out and about over the weekend in the Best, Worst & Wackiest Fashions and RadarOnline.com has all the photos!

Minnie Driver has definitely put herself back into the red carpet game over the past few months! The hot mamma showed up to the AFI screening of Barney’s Vision in orange crush a la mode, wearing a stunning strapless J. Mendel gown with oodles of Neil Lane jewels. Does it get any more gorgeous and glam?

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Sassy rapper Nicki Minaj was on hand for Lil Wayne’s welcome home party in Miami. The teal-haired singer definitely brightened up the night with her Pepto-Bismol doused ensemble, which consisted of a cutout, sparkly hooded romper (which barely covered her bum) with perfectly matching tights.

Victoria Beckham was spotted at Heathrow airport in London, looking tres Posh in a perfectly tailored Burberry Prorsum peacoat and Christian Louboutin boots, while Rachel McAdams looked lovely in Lanvin at the NYC premiere of Morning Glory.

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Steven Tyler took a walk on the wild side in Rancho Mirage, California, wearing a short-sleeved leopard shirt with jeans, socks and Teva-style sandals, while Kourtney Kardashian continued her Mad Hatter streak in NYC.

Several stars flocked to Sin City, where Tao Las Vegas celebrated their 5th anniversary. Karina Smirnoff showed off her new engagement ring bling, wearing a sexy cutout one-shouldered mini, while Kelly Bensimon looked like a dancer in the Nutcracker, wearing a tou tou dress with a black blazer.

Who else rocked and shocked with their creative wardrobe choices? Find out here.

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