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The Best, Worst & Wackiest Dressed Stars Of The Week


Mar. 24 2012, Published 9:06 a.m. ET

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By Leah Ornstein - Radar Features Editor

From the red carpet of the hottest events to the city streets, Hollywood’s most sizzling stars were dressed to rock and shock in the best, worst and wackiest fashions – and has all the photos in our weekly roundup!

That was a fast post-baby body turnaround! Less than two months after giving birth to her first child ,Blue Ivy Carter, Beyoncé showed off her totally slimmed down figure in NYC in skintight style. At an event organized by Michelle Obama, the Bootylicious star rocked a beautiful blue Victoria Beckham dress, adding strappy Nicholas Kirkwood sandals, a Lanvin eagle necklace and Lorraine Schwartz jewels. Want to steal her style? It will cost you! Her Posh frock will set you back $1,685, while her Swarovski crystal necklace costs a whopping $1,985.

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Katherine Heigl needs to visit her local denim bar and get properly fitted for a pair of jeans!  The blonde beauty spent an afternoon in Los Angeles, wearing salmon colored denim that did everything BUT flatter her figure!

Back to the future?  As for wacky, Katy Perry sassed up the Echo Awards in Berlin, looking like a mirror ball in her skintight Paco Rabanne mini, which she paired with nude Christian Louboutin heels.  The worst part of her look, was most definitely her not-so-hot hairstyle!

Other notable a la mode included Elizabeth Banks in Andrew GN at Restoration Hardware’s Spring 2012 Launch, Katharine McPhee in Michael Kors at an art event in New York and Jennifer Lawrence in Calvin Klein at the NYC screening of The Hunger Games.

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