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Fashion Police :: 2006 Teen Choice Awards

Did ya tune in to the Teen Choice Awards on August 20, 2006? Jessica Simpson cohosted the show while ex-hubby Nick Lachey squirmed in his seat. Rihanna sent out an SOS call, but it was K-Fed who lost control with his debut performance! Now it's time to find out who Kidzworld's Fashion Police handed tickets to for the best and worst dressed - check it out!

Rihanna and Rachel Bilson are the best dressed celebrities!
2006 Teen Choice Awards

Best Dressed - Rihanna

A cute bubble skirt, a wide sash around the waist, and a fabulous color - what more could you want in a dress when you're the Choice Music R&B Artist AND the Choice Music Breakout Female of the year? Not much else, according to Rihanna, and we absolutely agree.

Best Dressed - Rachel Bilson

With Mischa Barton out of the picture (the picturesque scene of The O.C., that is), Rachel Bilson makes sure she looks better than the rest. The halter, the crossover, the straps, the ruffles - this dress has it all!

Best Dressed - Honorable Mentions

  • Zac Efron - Is he a high school music student or a rock star in the making? Zac sizzled on the red carpet in a shirt and tie under a sweater, but too bad he changed when he went on stage to accept his awards!
  • Ashley Olsen - While other celebs dressed down in jeans, this half of the Olsens glammed it up in a white sheath worn over a black minidress.
  • Click here to check out the worst dressed celebrities at the 2006 Teen Choice Awards!
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    Your Vote for Best Dressed?

    • Rihanna.
    • Rachel Bilson.
    • Ashley Olsen.
    • Zac Efron.

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