By Leah Ornstein - Radar Features Editor
Hollywood’s hottest stars are copycats!
With all the designer duds and the top stylists in the world at their fingertips, you would think that celebrities would be a little more careful about recycling looks already worn on the red carpet, but apparently not!
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When a gown is so gorgeous, it is timeless! Back in 2005, Beyoncé showed off her covetable curves in Randi Rahm’s Swarovski crystal embellished number at The Cipriani Wall Street Concert Series Presents The Season Finale. Little did she know that seven years later, country star Laura Bell Bundy would hit the Friars Foundation Gala honoring Tom Cruise in the exact same gown.
Nicky Hilton brightened up the red carpet of the DSQUARED2 Designers Dean and Dan Caten and VMAN Magazine party in Miami in December 2011 with her spearmint colored Keepsake “Lost Without You” cutout dress, finishing off the look with a nude J.J. Winters clutch and matching peep-toes. Apparently Hayden Panettiere doesn’t follow fashion blogs! The Heroes star resurrected the colorful frock for the 2012 Critics’ Choice Television Awards in Beverly Hills in June 2012, pairing the sexy number with a Giorgio Armani clutch, Yves Saint Laurent sandals and Loree Rodkin bling.
Oops…she did it again! Britney Spears was dressed to thrill at the X Factor Kansas City auditions in a white hot Azzedine Alaia dress – but the pop star must have missed the a la mode memo that Madeleine Stowe rocked the same frock on Good Morning America just weeks before.
Who was prettier in Dolce & Gabbana pink? Petra Nemcova recently rocked the Italian designer’s lace strapless gown to the Bulgari Hotel and Residences opening in London, but did she hit a higher note in the curve-hugger than Katy Perry, who donned it at the Grammy Nominations Live concert in January?
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