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Fashion Police :: 2007 American Music Awards (pg. 2)

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 worst dressed are Rihanna and Avril Lavigne!
2007 American Music Awards

Worst Dressed - Rihanna

We're so used to seeing Rihanna pull off red hot looks on the red carpet, so we were shocked to see her in a frumpy, crystal-encrusted frock that looked like it was about to have a wardrobe malfunction.

Worst Dressed - Avril Lavigne

Avril Lavigne probably paid thousands for her gold ruched gown, but it looked like it was made out of cheap fabric (can anyone say trash bag?)! Unfortunately, the clunky shoes and pink streak that screams "Poser" didn't help her look any better.

Worst Dressed - Dishonorable Mentions

  • Ashley Tisdale - Dressed in silver sequins, Ashley Tisdale was more fizzlin' than sizzlin'.
  • Nicole Scherzinger - Nicole Scherzinger is definitely a Pussycat no more. She wore a boring and unflattering gown that the Pussycat Dolls wouldn't be caught dead in!
  • Click here to check out the best dressed celebs at the 2007 American Music Awards!
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