The Best, Worst & Wackiest Fashions Of The Week

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Sep. 3 2011, Published 4:26 a.m. ET

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By Leah Ornstein - Style & Beauty Editor

From the streets of New York City to the red carpet of the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards, stars were dressed to rock and shock over the last seven days - and has all the photos in our weekly fashion feature, where no celebrity is immune to a fashion police citation!

The most talked-about red carpet moment of the week was without a doubt, Beyonce's baby bump debut at the VMAs. The Bootylicious singer had all eyes on her, when she pranced down the press line in an uber-drapey one-shoulder Lanvin gown, which was hotly hued in bright orange. Clutching onto her belly, the chart-topping singer immediately announced that she had a bun in the oven - and the world rejoiced!  We can't wait to see what maternity a la mode Bey will rock in the upcoming months.

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Dancing with the Stars announced this season's celebrity contestants - and there was not lack of sexy with their choices. But it was one of the pros who caught our eye on a night out in Hollywood - and not in a good way. Lacey Schwimmer looked more homeless than haute, wearing shredded, dirty denim with a hole-y crop top, was way more Dancing with the Slobs than anything else!

And where there is best and worst, there is always wacky, and this week there was a slew of stars who upped the freak factor. From MTV VMA vixens Kreayshawn and Nicki Minaj, to cross-dressing aerobics guru Richard Simmons, let's just say we were thoroughly entertained.

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