6 Worst Dressed Stars At The 2015 Video Music Awards

  
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The 2015 Video Music Awards were highly anticipated for many reasons, but mostly because it is one awards show that has not followed the rules when it comes to being polite and taking it easy on the sensors. It was very clear that MTV was aiming for the shock factor when they named polarizing and controversial 22-year-old popstar Miley Cyrus as the host. As was expected, Cyrus donned next to nothing for many of her outfits and it all started on the red carpet where many stars took full advantage of the “barely-there” trend that has taken over in fashion. If it wasn’t a baring-all look, than it was some other sort of wackiness that dominated the outfits of the red carpet, leading to quite a list of “what was that?!” moments before the stars even entered the Microsoft Theater and took the stage.

6. Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber had himself quite the weekend. The Canadian popstar released his new single “What Do You Mean?” on Friday, August 29th and then took to the VMAs on Sunday to perform his new hit, and apparently it was so powerful it reduced him to tears. What we’re crying about though is his ridiculous red carpet style. While his ripped jeans, button up and leather jacket did him no favors, it was his floppy hairstyle that really made it go from bad to worse. What do you mean you can’t afford a stylist Justin?

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Photo by Picture Perfect/REX Shutterstock

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5. Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift often finds herself near the top of best dressed lists whether it be for her red carpet looks, street style or concert outfits; however, the same could not be said for her VMAs red carpet fashion. Swift often does a matching crop-top and bottom, but this was definitely her worst. The “Bad Blood” singer and winner of three awards that night decided on a metallic houndstooth crop-top with matching pants by Ashish and we can’t figure out why.

Photo By: Dee Cercone/Everett Collection

Photo By: Dee Cercone/Everett Collection

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