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Fashion Police :: 2003 Teen Choice Awards

All of your favortie stars came out to shine at the 2003 Teen Choice Awards. Tons went home with their very own surf board while others had to settle for something else - like a fashion ticket. Take a look at the celebs Kidzworld has chosen as best and worst dressed of the 2003 Teen Choice Awards!

2003 Teen Choice - Best Dressed

Ashton Kutcher and Sarah Michelle Gellar were out in full fashion-conscious force for the 2003 Teen Choice Awards.
Sarah Michelle Gellar & Ashton Kutcher

Sarah Michelle Gellar

Sarah Michelle Gellar may have called it quits on her hit TV drama, Buffy the Vampire Slayer (which she won a Teen Choice Award for,) but she certainly hasn't been neglecting her stylish image. Sarah Michelle looked stunning in a loose gold tank and jeans - very casual, but very hot!

Ashton Kutcher

Ashton Kutcher arrived at the 2003 Teen Choice Awards with his GF Demi Moore's daughter, Scout Willis, on his arm. Kutcher also sported a dashing black fedora on his noggin, and some serious bling bling hanging 'round his neck. Ashton Kutcher walked away with several surf boards, easily wiping out his competition. And with style like that, it seems like this Punk'd host is unstoppable.

To find out who was the worst dressed of the 2003 Teen Choice Awards, click here!

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