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Fashion Police :: 2003 MTV Video Music Awards

The coolest, funkiest awards show hit NYC last Thursday, and so did a lot of fashion dos and don'ts. Sure, the gossip is still wagging about Madonna making out with Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera - not to mention the look on Justin Timberlake's face - but the real scandal was the clothes. Check out our pics for best and worst dressed at the 2003 MTV Video music Awards.

2003 MTV VMAs - Best Dressed

Kelly Rowland is an actress and a singerJustin Timberlake won three moonmen at the 2003 MTV VMAs
Kelly Rowland & Justin Timberlake

Justin Timberlake: Justin Timberlake may be over ten years younger than current girlfriend, Cameron Diaz, but he sure knows how to dress older. Timberlake showed he's a stylin' boy... err... man, with this fine lookin' suit and tie. Course he's keepin' it real with the black sneakers - and it totally works.

Kelly Rowland: Destiny's Child's Kelly Rowland was red hot in this sexy mini-dress. Lots of female celebs opted for minis at the MTV VMAs this year - like Carmen Electra and Christina Aguilera - but Kelly Rowland's simple and sleek red number definitely wins a fashion award.

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