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2011 VMA: Best, Worst & Wackiest Fashion

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Aug. 29 2011, Published 12:00 p.m. ET

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By Leah Ornstein - RadarOnline.com Style & Beauty Editor

From Billboard chart-toppers and big screen babes to reality television vixens and hot models, Hollywood's hottest stars hit the red carpet of the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards dressed to rock and shock in the best, worst & wackiest fashions. RadarOnline.com has all the style winners and sinners in a special photo feature you don't want to miss!

Selena Gomez left her sugary sweet style at home and vamped it WAY up- and we aren't complaining!  The Disney darling hit the red carpet in a dark and dangerously sexy Julien Macdonald dress. She paired the short number, which featured a terrific train, with Brian Atwood heels, a Judith Leiber clutch and Ofira bling.

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And we usually love Katy Perry's sassy fashion, but her cherry blossom girl getup just didn't do it for us. The record-breaking bombshell paired her very unique Atelier Versace mini dress with Jimmy Choo sandals, debuting freshly dyed lavender locks, courtesy of celeb colorist Rita Hazan.

Everyone knows that Nicki Minaj dresses to shock on the red carpet, but the sassy singer really outdid herself this time!  From her mirrored bustier top and colorful face mask to the numerous stuffed animals trailing beside her, she couldn't have looked more bizarre.

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