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Fashion Police :: 2007 Grammy Awards (pg. 2)

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 worst dressed are Nelly Furtado and Imogen Heap!
2007 Grammy Awards

Worst Dressed - Nelly Furtado

Whoa, Nelly! This reminds us of the crazy outfit Bjork wore to the 2001 Oscars, minus the fake swan. We applaud Nelly Furtado's eclectic taste (who wants to look just like everyone else?), but this shredded mess needs to fly like a bird right on outta here!

Worst Dressed - Imogen Heap

You may not know who Imogen Heap is, but if you've watched The O.C., then you've heard her songs. This British singer was nominated for Best New Artist alongside Chris Brown and Carrie Underwood, but what was she thinking? She looks like Mary Poppins gone horibbly wrong with the parasol, lily pads, stuffed frog and potted plant! We know Brits love outrageous headgear, but we're scared something's going to crawl out of her hair! We definitely don't want a spoonful of the sugar she ate before she walked the red carpet.

Worst Dressed - Dishonorable Mentions

  • John Mayer - There's no doubt that John Mayer is a great singer - he even won a Grammy for Best Pop Album - but his wardrobe raises serious questions. Jessica Simpson may dig his look, but it sure doesn't work for us.
  • Scarlett Johansson - Scarlett Johansson's LBD (little black dress) wasn't up to par with all the other glam gowns we've seen on her. Looks like she needs Justin to help her bring her sexy back.
  • Click here to check out the best dressed celebrities at the 2007 Grammy Awards!
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