Here at Zap2it we try to focus on the positive, but there were too many bad fashion decisions made at Sunday’s 40th American Music Awards to ignore. From ill-fitting pants to wigs that could house a flock of birds, snooze-worthy dresses and tacky fur, the AMAs were basically a three-hour unforgiving assault on our eyeballs. Let’s discuss.
Kimberly Cole (who is apparently a pop singer) dressed up as J.Lo for Halloween this year, and re-used the outfit (and the spray tan) for her gig as an online red-carpet host.
This is Tyler Glenn from Neon Trees. We really like his music. We don’t really like the forty-seven trends he is trying to pack into one outfit.
It’s bad enough that Will.I.Am‘s hat has teeth. Adding audience directives to his rings and gold fettucini bling doesn’t help matters.
Ever since Justin Bieber ditched his purple hoodie, he usually nails it in the fashion department, but these ill-fitting red leather pants (complete with knee pads and built-in swag sag) missed the mark. Leather pants aren’t supposed to give your business any breathing room, Justin. Haven’t you watched “Friends”?
We want to give Christina Aguilera props for embracing her curves in this dress, but the lavender ombre does nothing for her — particularly with the matchy-matchy eyeshadow and the “oops, I over-medicated” look on her face.