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Fashion Police :: 2006 Grammy Awards

The biggest night in the music world has come and gone, with U2, Kanye West, John Legend and Mariah Carey walking away with the most Grammys. But more importantly, who was - and wasn't - stylin' and profilin' in their gowns and suits? Kidzworld's Fashion Police was on the scene to hand out awards and felonies at the 48th Annual Grammy Awards - check it out!

Kidzworld picks Ciara and Christina Milian as the best dressed celebs at the 2006 Grammy Awards.
Best Dressed

Best Dressed - Ciara

Ciara lit up the green carpet in a delicate white dress, simple ponytail and blingin' accessories. The only problem we have with this pulled-together look is that Bow Wow is missing!

Best Dressed - Christina Milian

Christina Milian may not have been nominated for any Grammys, but she was smokin' hot - and that's all that matters to the Fashion Police. Her silver strappy number showed off toned arms and shoulders and amazing abs, thanks to her daily tae bo sessions. Her dress may be a little revealing but hey, if you got it, flaunt it!

Best Dressed - Honorable Mentions

  • Gwen Stefani - Though we didn't love her jungle theme, she was glowing in her leopard-print gown from her L.A.M.B. label.
  • Fergie from the Black Eyed Peas looked gorgeous in a creamy strapless dress.
  • Destiny's Child were visions of gold as they presented the nominees for Song of the Year.
  • Click Here to find out who was the worst dressed at the 48th Annual Grammy Awards!
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    JennyD

    JennyD wrote:

    who cares
    commented: Sat Dec 21, 2013

    xXWarriorgirlXx
    ciaras dress is better but the other isnt bad
    commented: Sat Dec 21, 2013

    lil+cutie+nice=me
    Omg she looks beautiful :-)
    commented: Sat Dec 21, 2013

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