Before the 2014 Billboard Music Awards began on Sunday (May 18), the stars took to the red carpet to show off their edgy and classy looks in Las Vegas. While some celebs wowed on the carpet, others left us wanting a little more ... or a little less. Here's the worst dressed of the 2014 Billboard Music Awards:
While Tyler Hubbard of Florida Georgia Line looks fine, his bandmate Brian Kelley landed them on the Worst Dressed list all thanks to that brown suede, hideous, fringed jacket. Oof. Get rid of that ASAP, please and thank you.
Drake Bell served as one of the red carpet hosts, and that means he should have stepped up his fashion game. But unfortunately, the singer wore tennis shoes, white pants and a red collared t-shirt, basically what one would wear to a Sunday brunch. Plus, what was up with his extreme widow's peak comb-over? Yikes. No idea what compelled him to style his hair like that.
"Nashville" star Aubrey Peeples tried to combine a few different styles for her look, and it came off looking disjointed and unfortunate. She went with a bridal-like, feminine prom white dress, which didn't fit right on top, and her long, straight hair and black, peep toe bootie heels and clutch were edgy. She should have chosen one look, not tried to work two.
Jordin Sparks wore a tight, clingly black dress that was just a tad too small for her frame. What could have been a sexy little number just highlighted every bump and curve instead of concealing them.
The new "Bachelorette" Andi Dorfman could have secured a spot on the best dressed list if only her dress hadn't been hemmed within an inch of its life. The pattern was cut off at the bottom, and her short, short dress could have used those extra few inches that were clearly chopped off. How much do you want to bet she won't be bending over anytime during the night?
Did you know that Chrissy Teigen is a "Game of Thrones" fan? Neither did we, until we saw her dress. She's rocking the Iron Throne right on her gown, which is more suited to Comic Con that the Billboard Music Awards. This isn't Westeros, Chrissy.
"Modern Family's" Sarah Hyland looks like she couldn't decide whether or not she was attending a board meeting or a night club with her super short tweet suit and edgy haircut. The red carpet is not the place for a tweed suit, no matter how much you bling it up with gold zippers and metallic threads.
Carrie Underwood would have landed on the Best Dressed list for her gorgeous gown and hair and makeup if only her dress wasn't the unfortunate shade of chartreuse. That never looks good on anyone.
Singer Kelly Rowland also would have landed on Best Dressed if only her bra top was the right size. That's just a wardrobe malfunction waiting to happen.
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