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The Most Shocking, Sloppy & Sexiest Style At The 2011 VMAs

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Aug. 29 2011, Updated 3:45 p.m. ET

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By Leah Ornstein - Radar Style & Beauty Editor

It was a big night in fashion at the 2011 Video Music Awards, as Hollywood’s hottest stars got dressed up in attention-grabbing garb – which wasn’t necessarily a good thing!

From totally shocking to sensationally sexy – with a little bit of sloppy mixed in – there was a little bit of everything on the red carpet and the stage of the annual show, and RadarOnline.com has all thephotos and details!

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Nicki Minaj, Jessie J and Kreayshawn all made sure to shock with their contrived couture, but the always ahead-of-the-curve Lady Gaga managed to trump all the eccentric artists – by dressing down! Instead of covering her body in slabs of meat, the sassy singer hit the stage dressed like a dude, her alter ego Jo Calderone.

And we were surprised to catch Katie Holmes walking down the red carpet of the annual music awards show, since she usually keeps her red carpet appearances sparse. Though we loved Mrs. Cruise’s snug Azzedine Alaia designer dress, we gasped in horror at her sloppy choice of shoes – lace-up booties – which were in no way an appropriate accessory for such a fab frock!

There was no lack of sexy style on Sunday night, with even Jersey Shore babes Snooki and JWOWW dropping jaws with their skintight styles, but the most jaw-dropping diva on the carpet was mom-to-be Beyonce – because nothing can top debuting a baby bump in a gorgeous gown!

From Katy Perry’s broken record dress to Miley Cyrus’ too-old Cavalli gown, see all the notable moments a la mode from the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards by clicking here.

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