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VMA Fashion Round Up: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly
As usual, the outrageous performances at Sunday night's MTV Music Video Awards have overshadowed the red carpet fashion (thanks a lot, Miley!), but we haven't forgotten what matters most. What did the most fabulous and fashion-forward among us mere mortals decide to wear for their big night out? Take a peek at our slideshow to see who rocked their 2013 VMA gowns and who needs a new stylist!
Best: Selena Gomez
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Singer and actress Selena Gomez, 21, looked stunning on the red carpet in this gorgeous Versace dress. It's hard to believe this is the same girl who got her start on Barney and Friends! Justin Bieber, eat your heart out.
23-year-old musician Taylor Swift rocked a glam 1920s vibe at the VMAs, and we've got to admit she's looking better than ever! The star, who usually opts for flowy pastel numbers, was definitely turning heads in this low-cut navy Hervé Léger by Max Azria gown.
Actress and singer Jennifer Hudson, 31, looked okay at the VMAs, but honestly—we expected more. The American Idol superstar's body is more bangin' than ever, but the gathered waist on the leather skirt is far from flattering. Better luck next year!
28-year-old popstar Katy Perry is known for her adventurous fashion, but this number fell flat. Mostly because model Coco Rocha wore the same Emanuel Ungaro dress to the Met Gala months ago! We love the cat print, but we hate the copycatting.
20-year-old megastar Miley Cyrus did a lot of weird stuff at the VMAs, and although this bejeweled Dolce & Gabbana number was probably the least of her worries, it's still pretty bad. She did have the most unique accessory of the night though: Her tongue made an appearance pretty much every five seconds.
25-year-old Jersey Shore star Nicole Polizzi (AKA "Snooki") has never been the most fashion-forward girl on the red carpet, but this look is particularly bad. Not only is it ill-fitting and unflattering, but it's a dated look that's been done a million times. Anybody who went to prom in the '90s knows what I'm talking about.