Just in case her totally punk rock, hot pink hat wasn't striking enough, Avril Lavigne tacked a first-place ribbon onto her chest. Because she's the best. Accessorizing (and fashion awesomeness) is not about modesty, people.
The Kids' Choice Awards give most celebrities a chance to dress down. Not Pete Wentz. He broke out his dressy denim redneck tuxedo just for the occasion.
Paris Hilton's frilly dress doubles as a couture parachute. The headband becomes a propeller and, if she twirls enough, liftoff is ensured.
Perez Hilton is so proud that his boots match his drawers. We're proud, too. And horrified. Proud and horrified.
Jessica Alba tries out the new "saucy Amish girl on Rumspringa" fashion craze.
Aubrey O'Day Style Tip No. 1: The bigger the hair, the bigger your celebrity. Pump it up, ladies.
Bai Ling Style Tip No. 1008: A true lady always leaves a few inches of skin between her furry swashbuckler boots and her bright pink miniskirt. And wear a flower. Ladies wear flowers.
Oh, Kim Kardashian, your big flowy pants hold so many secrets. Secrets we could only hope to unlock if we read your blog and/or watched your reality show.
Now this is interesting: Jenna Fischer celebrated her birthday in Las Vegas dressed as Pam Beesly celebrating her birthday in Las Vegas. I think our minds just exploded.
This crowd of people is saying, "Liv, let the leopard print go." Liv Tyler's response: "My dad is in Aerosmith. I've been wearing leopard print since I was born. I get a lifetime pass to wear this kind of thing."
Vanessa Williams' dress doubles as a magic eye game. Cross your eyes, then stare until you can see two rabbits playing golf.
OK, Tara Reid's dress may be simple, but since she has both straps on we're sending her a congratulatory fistbump. Progress is everything!
Did Paula Abdul raid Simon Cowell's closet for some oversized evening wear? Is this rose 4 feet long? Her style, much like her "American Idol" commentary, leaves room for many interpretations.
Dannii Minogue tries to personally bring the fembot look back. The fender is there to minimize damage during low-speed red-carpet collisions.