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2012 MTV Video Music Awards: The Best, Worst & Wackiest Dressed Stars

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Sep. 7 2012, Published 3:30 p.m. ET

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By Leah Ornstein - Features Editor

Dressed to rock or dressed to shock?

From Billboard chart-toppers and big screen babes to reality television’s most controversial stars, the biggest names in Hollywood hit the red carpet of the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards on Thursday night at Staples Center in Downtown Los Angeles, winning and sinning with their eccentric style. has all the photos of the best, worst & wackiest dressed stars, in a special fashion feature you won’t want to miss.

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Rihanna, who is the latest star to chop off her locks, debuted her new ‘do in a white hot and sophisticated gown, which felt very Whitney Houston circa 1985, while Pink flaunted her post-preggers bod in a slinky and skintight metallic Stella McCartney sleeved number and Amber Rose showed off her baby bump in a gorgeous goth number.

Miley Cyrus showed off her super skinny body, wearing a stunning Emilio Pucci silk organza gown, but we weren’t exactly crazy about her Troll Doll looking ‘do. We also have to ask, is Miley trying to steal Pink’s punk rock style?


It should come as no surprise that Nicki Minaj upped the shock value, looking like a hip-hop superhero in a bustier-embellished lace catsuit, an officer’s cap and ultra-embellished heels.

What other stars were dressed to rock and shock at the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards? Find out by clicking here.

For a complete list of winners at 2012 MTV VMAs, click here.


2012 MTV Video Music Awards: See All The Winners!



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