The Best, Worst & Wackiest Dressed Stars Of The Week

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Apr. 14 2012, Updated 8:26 a.m. ET

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By Leah Ornstein - Radar Features Editor

What stars had fashions wins this week and who committed style sins?

From the red carpet of the hottest events to the city streets, Hollywood’s most talked-about celebrities were dressed to rock and shock in the best, worst & wackiest fashions – and RadarOnline.com has all the photos in our weekly feature.

Muy caliente!  Jennifer Lopez steamed up American Idol this week, showing off her covetable curves in bondage babe attire.  The star was dressed to thrill in a Catherine Malandrino bandage leather dress, which she perfectly paired with Christian Louboutin spiked heels.

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And Kat Von D may be patriotic, but it doesn’t make up for the fact that the tattoo princess is tacky! Jesse James’ former fiancée hit the streets in a holy American flag sweater paired with brown leathery pants, clunky shoes, oversized sunglasses and a red purse.

As for wacky, former Pussycat Doll Melody Thornton certainly made a style statement in an extremely bad way! The attention-seeking musician hit ELLE’s Women in Music event in Los Angeles, putting her assets on display by wearing a totally sheer lace dress without a bra.

Other style scores included Madonna in Dolce & Gabbana at her Truth or Dare fragrance launch in NYC (though her crusty toes were another story!), Scarlett Johansson in Versace at the Los Angeles premiere of The Avengers and Kristin Cavallari in Zaeem Jamal at Conde Nast Travelers Hot List party in Los Angeles, whileworst dressed contenders included Lana Del Rey and Shenae Grimes.

For the rest of the best, worst & wackiest dressed stars of the week, click here.

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