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Fashion Police :: 2005 Grammy Awards (pg. 2)

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!

 

We think Sheryl Crow and John Mayer could have dressed a little better!
Worst Dressed? Click the Pic to Vote!

 

Worst Dressed Female - Sheryl Crow

Who took a bite out of Sheryl Crow's lemony dress? Though we give her props for wearing yellow to support Lance Armstrong's LiveStrong campaign to raise money for cancer research, we think she should've kept this navel-cutout dress on the rack. We only have one question for Sheryl - what was she thinking?

Worst Dressed Male - John Mayer

The Grammy Awards is the musical equivalent of the Academy Awards, so we think it's appropriate to get dressed up, not dressed down. John Mayer gets a fashion police ticket for wearing jeans and a velvet blazer that looks like it belongs back in the Medieval Ages. It's definitely not cool for 2005.

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