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Fashion Flashback! The Best, Worst & Wackiest Fashions At The People’s Choice Awards


Jan. 9 2013, Published 3:57 p.m. ET

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What were some the most rocking and mos shocking red carpet looks from the People’s Choice Awards over the years?

Before the fun-filled 2013 show on Wednesday night, is bringing you on a walk down red carpet memory lane with all the best, worst & wackiest fashions from the annual show over the years.

PHOTOS: The Best, Worst & Wackiest Fashions At The People’s Choice Awards Over The Years

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In 2010 Sandra Bullock Blind Sided the world with her beauty and smashing fashion sense, hitting the red carpet in a nude brocade off-the-shoulder Vivienne Westwood number, while Jessica Alba showed off her bombshell bod the same year in a tiny Antonio Berardi mini that she perfectly paired with Burberry platform heels.

Kate Hudson is a big screen babe known for her stellar style, but the beauty looked more frumpy than fashionable in 2009 when she drenched her figure in a bright blue, palm tree print Gucci gown. Jennifer Morrison also experienced a fashion fail in 2012, when she wore a white fringed frock that resembled a lampshade.


When it comes to wacky, wrestler-turned Celebrity Rehab star Chyna takes home the top honors for her bizarre red and black getup in 2004. The buff beauty finished off the hideous ensemble by wearing a chain necklace -- around her face!

Highlights of last year’s show included Demi Lovato in Marchesa, Emma Stone in Gucci and Miley Cyrus (pre Can’t Be Tamed makeover) in David Koma.

The 2013 People's Choice Awards will take place at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live and will be broadcast on CBS at 9 PM ET. The evening is hosted by The Big Bang Theory’s Kaley Cuoco.

For the rest of the most rocking and shocking fashions of the People’s Choice Awards over the years, click here.



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