From ill-fitting frocks to mismatched accessories, we break down the week’s worst celebrity looks every Friday.
American Music Awards, we salute you!
1 / 20
The host with the worst Melania impression around looked anything but chic in this sheer boho doily.
2 / 20
Are those fallopian tubes?
3 / 20
What's Kourt side-eyeing? The shark that ate the rest of her dress.
4 / 20
When the slit comes up to just below your boobs, it's too much. Too much hooha!
5 / 20
Taraji P. Henson
A shirt from the men's big and tall section does not constitute a red-carpet dress — even with the peek-a-boo lingerie.
6 / 20
This is what could've been under Taraji's giant shirt.
7 / 20
All she needs are roller skates and a time machine set for the '70s and she would be hot stuff, baby.
8 / 20
Black is universal but somehow, all these blacks don't go. From the shiny, pointy shoes, the weird waistline, and the cropped, giant-lapelled leather jacket, just NO.
9 / 20
A little too Basic Barbie, non?
10 / 20
Chain mail, choker, tinted specs and a fuzzy pink coat. I wouldn't expect anything less from Keke.
11 / 20
The green ends? The bra? I'm totally shaken up.
12 / 20
The sheer trend just isn't going away. Does the cold never bother her anyway? Fine, I'll let it go. For now.
13 / 20
A little too skunk meets NBA official. But those shoes are fun.
14 / 20
You know how some models would prefer jeans and a tee over the wacky stuff they're asked to wear on the catwalk? Karlie is not that model.
15 / 20
A little optimistic in a not-so-optimistic kinda time. That being said, the black is a little too stark. Perhaps a navy would've been better?
16 / 20
Forget parachute pants. How about an entire outfit made from one?
17 / 20
And the Internet sensation's AMA appearance is brought to you by Adidas. Also, how many jackets does one need on the red carpet?
18 / 20
About three more inches longer and this would've been adorbs. Maybe she didn't sit at all that night?
19 / 20
If you thought Olivia's dress was short, Charli's is basically a belt. Or a wrap. Or a Band-Aid.
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