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Fashion Police :: Thanksgiving Felonies

What do you think of when you hear the word Thanksgiving? Do you think of family gatherings, parades and turkeys? Well, this holiday season Kidzworld's Fashion Police have been on the prowl for celebrities who just can't seem to grab any fashion sense and are guilty of looking like a bunch of turkeys themselves! Find out who deserves a ticket for the most heinous Thanksgiving outfit.


Thanksgiving Fashion Police - Hilary Duff

We were horrified with Hilary Duff's hideous dress - until we found out she was actually on the set of her upcoming film, Greta. We can't really blame her for impersonating a stuffed bird with a bad dye job, so we'll hand a fashion ticket to her costume designer instead.

Thanksgiving Fashion Police - Kate Bosworth

We're not sure what Kate Bosworth was thinking when she decided to stuff herself into this foul fur coat for a night on the town. She looks like she's been fighting with a wild animal - and lost. Kate, who's usually stylish and chic, is lookin' more like a long-lost relative of the stork than a movie star hottie!

Thanksgiving Fashion Police - Mary-Kate Olsen

Instead of cookin' up a turkey this season, Mary-Kate Olsen decided to wear one - in the form of a feathery frock. There are bound to be a couple of shivering, featherless turkeys out there this year and for that, we're writing MK up.

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Who Deserves a Fashion Ticket?

  • Hilary Duff.
  • Kate Bosworth.
  • Mary-Kate Olsen.
  • They should all be tossed into fashion jail.

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