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Double Take Thursday! 'Who Wore It Best' Weekly Roundup

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Apr. 4 2012, Published 12:00 p.m. ET

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By Leah Ornstein - Features Editor

What happens when two celebrities rock the same look? A style survival of the chicest, and only one Hollywood star will win the ‘Who Wore It Best’ showdown.

In this week’s Double Take Thursday, has photos of several stars who have sported the exact same designer duds over the last week.

Shameless star Emmy Rossum, who recently revealed her stay-fit secrets, and Aussie singer Kylie Minogue don’t have a whole lot in common, but apparently their stylists thinkalike! The sexy stars both got gorgeously gowned in different hues of Yves Saint Laurent Edition Soir’s strapless and slitty number, but only one of them rocked the fashion flawlessly.

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Just call it the maternity maxi dress! Moms-to-be Alessandra Ambrosio and Vanessa Lachey both covered up their quickly growing baby bumps in Gypsy 05’s vegan leather trimmed summer style, but only one of them accessorized the look to perfection.

Fergie and LaLa Anthony both have swerving curves, so it isn’t shocking that the bombshells were drawn to Givenchy’s powerfully patterned curve-hugger, but only one of them got off on the right foot with their choice of heels.

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Other style showdowns in this week’s Double Takes include Mena Suvari vs. Kourtney Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian vs. Nicky Hilton in Splendid and Camille Grammer vs. LeAnn Rimes in Herve Leger.

To find out the winners and to see all of the Double Takes, click here.



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