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Fashion Police :: 2005 Grammy Awards

The 47th annual Grammy Awards was a night of collaborative performances - Alicia Keys and Jamie Foxx sang a Ray Charles classic, Usher caught up with James Brown, and the Black Eyed Peas got the show started with Gwen Stefani, Eve, Maroon 5 and Los Lonely Boys. All of the best musical talents rocked the awards, but who had to settle for a fashion ticket? Check out who Kidzworld chose for the best and worst dressed peeps at the 2005 Grammy Awards!

 

Jennifer Lopez and Usher were among the best dressed peeps at the 2005 Grammy Awards.
Best Dressed? Click the Pic to Vote!

Best Dressed Female - Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez performed a romantic duet with her husband, Marc Anthony, in a sea-green flowing gown with gold and silver sparkling beads. We love this sexy dress because it didn't show any cleavage and was the complete opposite of her famous "barely there" Versace gown at the 2000 Grammys

 

Best Dressed Male - Usher

Usher is one of the best dressed celebs in the music industry, and he definitely proved his fashionable status at this year's Grammys. Usher, along with fellow R&B and hip hop stars, Kanye West and Alicia Keys, went head-to-toe in white. Sporting a chocolatey brown tie and a whole lot of bling around his neck, he blew away his competition and walked away with three awards.

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