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Fashion Police :: 2007 Grammy Awards

The Dixie Chicks, Mary J. Blige and the Red Hot Chili Peppers were the big winners of the 49th Annual Grammy Awards and as always, Kidzworld's Fashion Police was on hand to check out who rocked the red carpet and who committed an embarrassing fashion faux pas. Get the goods on our picks for the best and worst dressed at this year's Grammys!

Kidzworld's picks for best dressed are Christina Aguilera and Carrie Underwood!
2007 Grammy Awards

Best Dressed - Christina Aguilera

No one can call Christina Aguilera a Dirrty girl in this pale pink strapless gown! We haven't seen her look so classy in a long time, so she should keep rockin' this look and never, ever bring out the bikini tops and cowboy chaps again.

Best Dressed - Carrie Underwood

Country music's princess sparkled on the red carpet wearing a simple, silver, layered dress which was adorned with every girl's best friend (diamonds!). Carrie Underwood has become quite the fashionista on the red carpet, so it looks like the music biz isn't the only thing she's going to take over!

Best Dressed - Honorable Mentions

  • Dixie Chicks - The Chicks were hot in black as they swept all five categories they were nominated in. We bet they're still sayin' "Ha ha!" right now...
  • Ludacris - Goodbye cornrows, hello clean-cut! Ludacris looked sharp in his three-piece, but we're starting to miss his trademark cornrows.
  • Fergie - Wearing a metallic grey mini, Fergie proved that she really is worthy of her Fergalicious status.
  • Click here to check out the worst dressed celebrities at the 2007 Grammy Awards!
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