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Fashion Police: 2013 Kids Choice Awards

Mar 24, 2013

The Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards orange carpet is an opportunity for celebs to show off their fun side, and the only guarantee is that they might be wearing slime by the end! Check out these fashion hits and misses from the 2013 Kids Choice Awards!

Shine City

Everyone was dressed to impress on this year's orange carpet, but some starlets went all out! Check out these shiny and chic outfits!

Kristen Stewart outshone the competition in this navy two pieceKristen Stewart outshone the competition in this navy two pieceCourtesy of Nickelodeon
 

Bella Thorne looked stunning in silverBella Thorne looked stunning in silverCourtesy of Nickelodeon
 

Sweet and Simple

Sometimes keeping it simple is more of a statement than going all out glamorous, these stars shone even without the help of sparkles and more.

Lucas Cruikshank went with classic geek chicLucas Cruikshank went with classic geek chicCourtesy of Nickelodeon
 

Amandla looks terrific in teal and is wearing the best accessory of all - a smile!Amandla looks terrific in teal and is wearing the best accessory of all - a smile!Courtesy of Nickelodeon
 

Cool Kid

Willow Smith is no stranger to standing out, rocking edgy style at awards events, and the KCAs were no exception.

Willow channeled her inner rock star for this lookWillow channeled her inner rock star for this lookCourtesy of Nickelodeon
 

Missing the Mark

The KCAs are a chance to show the fun side of fashion, but sometimes that means a look that just doesn't make sense, we caught some major fashion flops.

Fergie's dress has a little too much going onFergie's dress has a little too much going onCourtesy of Nickelodeon
 

Ke$ha is in a category of her own in this getupKe$ha is in a category of her own in this getupCourtesy of Nickelodeon
 

Debby Ryan's peek-a-boo dress isn't her best lookDebby Ryan's peek-a-boo dress isn't her best lookCourtesy of Nickelodeon
 

Have Your Say

Who did you think has the best and worst looks of the night? Let us know in the comments section below.

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