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The Best, Worst And Wackiest Dressed Stars Of The Week


May 5 2012, Published 9:00 a.m. ET

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By Leah Ornstein - Features Editor

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

Kate Hudson is one hot mama! The blonde beauty showed off every inch of her flawless figure in smashing fashion at The White House Correspondents’ Dinner, rocking a sensationally sequined, gorgeous deep purple Jenny Packham sleeved gown. Finishing off the look with an Edie Parker clutch and a super sleek updo, she was definitely the glammest gal at the party. Elizabeth Banks looked red hot at the political event in Antonio Berardi, while Lindsay Lohan experienced a major style slip-up.

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Talk about frightening fashion! Jennifer Lopez donned a creepy Lanvin dress from the Spring 2012 collection to an American Idol event. It featured a crystal snake wrapped around her neck! The usually haute host finished off the look with Giuseppe Zanotti heels.

As for wacky, Lady Gaga took Kelly Osbourne’s purple locks to extreme measures, looking like a more demented version of Cousin It, by wearing a purple hair dress to an event in Hong Kong.


Other style scores included Scarlett Johansson in Preen at her Hollywood Walk of Fame Ceremony and Lea Michele in Jenni Kayne at a screening of Glee, while worst dressed sinners included Rihanna and Heather Morris.

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




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