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Fashion Police :: 2007 American Music Awards

The 2007 American Music Awards was all about the American Idol alums, with Carrie Underwood and Chris Daughtry walking away with three shiny awards each! As always, Kidzworld's Fashion Police was there to check out who was lookin' their fashionably best. Check out our picks for the best and worst dressed at this year's AMAs!

Kidzworld's picks for best dressed are Carrie Underwood and Fergie!
2007 Emmy Awards

Best Dressed - Carrie Underwood

Sure, it was heavy on the flowers and the neckline looked like it might choke her at times, but Carrie Underwood still looked adorably sweet in her white lace minidress.

Best Dressed - Fergie

Fergie looked G-L-A-M-O-R-O-U-S in a black dress that showed off an intricate halter and those killer legs of hers. It was designed by the boys behind Dsquared2, who make an appearance in her latest music video, Clumsy!

Best Dressed - Honorable Mentions

  • Beyonce - Beyonce, who was the first female to win the International Artist Award, was smoldering in a toffee-colored mermaid gown.
  • Alicia Keys - Alicia Keys may not have won any AMAs this year, but she certainly dazzled the red carpet in a black sequined dress.
  • Click here to check out the worst dressed celebs at the 2007 American Music Awards!
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