Grammy Fashion Blunders Remixed

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Grammy Fashion Blunders Remixed
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In honor of this year's Grammys -- on February 10, 2013 -- we're taking a look back at the worst looks rocked last year. We'll dish on whose fashion choices were questionable, and how we would have changed them up. Stars, take notes for this year ...

Got the Blues - Katy Perry
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Got the Blues - Katy Perry

Although most can assume that Katy Perry had “the blues” after her divorce from husband Russell Brand, she took it a little too far at the 2012 Grammys when she paired her blue hair with a light blue Elie Saab gown. If Perry had stuck with her natural brown locks and lost the belt on this gown, we would have given her a blue ribbon for her red carpet achievement.

Sheering Too Much - Fergie
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Sheering Too Much - Fergie

Fergie walked the red carpet at the 2012 Grammy’s in a bright orange, lacy dress. This transparent Jean Paul Gaultier gown left little to the imagination. If Fergie had opted for an orange slip underneath, it would have made this look much more sophisticated.

Over the Top - Nicki Minaj
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Over the Top - Nicki Minaj

Nicki Minaj stepped out of the box -- or should we say out of a church -- with this outfit. Between the bright-red satin Versace dress, and walking alongside an old man dressed as the Pope on the red carpet, we don’t really know what to think. Had Manaj chosen to go for a red Versace gown with black beading rather than this bizarre cape, she would have looked more red carpet ready.

Less is More - Cyndi Lauper
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Less is More - Cyndi Lauper

No girl is gonna have fun in the outfit that Cyndi Lauper decided to wear at the 2012 Grammys. This look could have easily been saved had she worn a simple, fitted pantsuit instead of the high-slit, baggy ensemble she chose. Note for next time, less is more.

Bare Necessities - Anne Vyalitsyna
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Bare Necessities - Anne Vyalitsyna

Russian model, Anne Vyalitsyna, otherwise known as “Anne V,” might have forgotten that this was the 2012 Grammys not the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, in this racy dress by designer Anthony Vacarello. Anne V should have opted for either a plunging neckline, a side cut-out, or a high cut slit -- not all three.

Stick ‘Em Up - Sasha Gradiva
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Stick ‘Em Up - Sasha Gradiva

Sasha Gradiva showed up at the 2012 Grammys guns-a-blazing -- literally. Pairing a baby pink form-fitting gown, with a machine gun sleeve is not our ideal Grammy look. Without this odd arm attachment, Gradiva would be turning heads for the right reasons in her strapless pink mermaid dress.

Platform No More - Robyn
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Platform No More - Robyn

At the 2012 Grammys Robyn looked out of place walking on the red carpet. This too short white dress, and tail look obtuse when combined with platform work boots. However, had Robyn opted for a slightly longer hem line and some fun pumps, this Swedish recording artist could have avoided this whole mishap.

All About Accessories - Nicole ‘Snooki’ Polizzi
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All About Accessories - Nicole ‘Snooki’ Polizzi

Although Snooki isn’t known for being the most fashion forward celebrity, her psychedelic dress, giant bow, and bright white heels paired with too many bangles should stay on the Jersey Shore. Snooki could have classed up this look with a sleek pair of black heels, and left the oversized bow, red hair, and side pony-tail.

Dial it Down - Lady Gaga
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Dial it Down - Lady Gaga

Although we have come to expect odd outfits from Lady Gaga, she went a little too far at the 2012 Grammys. Between the tight mesh covering her face and the giant gold scepter at her side, the whole thing is a little bizarre. Lady Gaga just needs to dial this look down a bit, lose the mesh over the face and the scepter in hand, and her look would have been a hit.

Cringing Over Fringe - Bonnie McKee
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Cringing Over Fringe - Bonnie McKee

Bonnie McKee looked like she was graduating at the 2012 Grammys with the tassels hanging off of both sides of her dress. The odd sequin patterning and color scheme makes us turn our heads in question. With a more natural shade of hair, and the loss of the fringe, McKee could have rocked the red carpet in this funky dress.

Much Too Causal - Rick Ross
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Much Too Causal - Rick Ross

Rick Ross looks out of place on the red carpet at the 2012 Grammys with this casual look. Overlooking the horizontal striped sweater is hard, but our focus lies on the casual demure of this outfit. If Ross was set on wearing jeans, a darker wash would have been a good choice for the red carpet. He could have dressed it up even more with a button-up shirt underneath this bright sweater for a more polished look.

Tutu Far - Nadeea
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Tutu Far - Nadeea

This look sported at the 2012 Grammys by Nadeea is far away from the Grammy standard. That being said, if she had covered up midsection, a corset type ensemble would’ve been fine, but her tutu should be a longer to keep this from being a stage outfit. Nadeea should also lose the head piece and put her hair in a simple updo.

Lose the Costume - Zamora
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Lose the Costume - Zamora

Lady Gaga wasn’t the only one with a scepter at the 2012 Grammys, Zamora, the Venezuelan New Age pianist, also showed up sporting a scepter along with a full king costume. Zamora made the royally wrong decision with this ensemble. If royalty was the look he was going for, he should have lost the costume and simple walked with kingly confidence in his charcoal suit.

Feathers, Sequins, and Patterns, Oh My! - D'Manti
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Feathers, Sequins, and Patterns, Oh My! - D'Manti

With feathers coming out of all the wrong places D'Manti made a poor choice in this busy dress designed by Falguni and Shane Peacock. A flurry of sequins and patterns turned heads for the wrong reasons. We love feathers, sequins and patterns as much as the next glamour gal, but we recommend keeping it simple. When it comes to combining feathers, sequins, and patterns less is best.

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