Double Takes! Who Wore It Best Weekly Roundup


Jun. 7 2012, Published 10:00 a.m. ET

Link to FacebookShare to XShare to Email

By Leah Ornstein Features Editor

With all the chic designer duds out there, you would think Hollywood stars would be more careful about recycling other people’s clothes on the red carpet!

From the hottest reality stars in Hollywood to Britain’s royal bombshell, several stars were caught rocking threads that weren’t exactly original this week. has all the Double Takes in our ‘Who Wore It Best' weekly roundup!

Article continues below advertisement

It’s usually Kim Kardashian who is stealing other people’s style, but this week it was the boobiful reality star whose style was robbed -- by the future Queen of England! Kate Middleton rocked the sleeved version of a fire red Alexander McQueen dress to the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee pageant over the weekend -- that Kim sported a sleeveless version of back in August. Find out who wore it best by checking out the photo gallery.

Kellie Pickler

At the 2012 CMT Awards this week, country cutie Kellie Pickler dropped jaws in a boobilicious Herve Leger by Max Azria blush-toned and metal accented dress, but her designer getup gave us déjà vu – because Brandy Norwood rocked the same frock to the 2012 Billboard Music Awards a few weeks ago.

And remember when Rihanna debuted a sheer and sexy Jean Paul Gaultier gown at the 2011 Grammy Awards, showing lots of skin in white hot fashion? Well, apparently French socialite Mouna Ayoub didn’t get the a la mode memo, resurrecting the number for the Cannes Film Festival, opting for a more modest and not-so-sheer version.

Find out who won all of these 'Who Wore It Best' style showdowns, by clicking here.



Opt-out of personalized ads

© Copyright 2023 Radar Media Group LLC. RADAR and RADARONLINE are registered trademarks. All rights reserved. Registration on or use of this site constitutes acceptance of our Terms of Service, Privacy Policy and Cookies Policy. People may receive compensation for some links to products and services. Offers may be subject to change without notice.