2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards: The best and the worst dressed celebs on the red carpet
The stars walked the carpet in colorful numbers at the iHeartRadio Music Awards on March 11, Sunday.
For the fifth straight year, iHeartRadio Music Awards celebrated the biggest songs and artists heard in the last one year across radio stations nationwide. While music was celebrated, fashion was up for judgment and in the wake of Oscar red carpet misses, this time we hoped there were more easy-on-the-eye looks. Let's see who made the cut and who, sadly didn't.
The 21-year-old model took to stage hosting the iHeartRadio Music Awards alongside DJ Khaled and stunned the red carpet as the golden girl. Dressed in glittering sheer sequined jumpsuit with sparkling pieces of fringe covering her arms and legs, she gave jumpsuits and fringes a new lease of life.
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Jenna Dewan got the red carpet fashion right by flaunting cleavage and flashing her toned legs in a stylish embroidered outfit.
The sparkly burgundy suit paired with fur, dangles and retro shades gave us a really good Carmen Sandiego vibes.
Riverdale's Madelaine Petschand stood out of the crowd in a blue, playful plaid crop top and matching pant two-piece set with a winged cat-eye in a coordinating shade of blue.
Serayah showed off some skin in a blue latex and gave us another superhero vibes.
The Havana singer and perhaps the most anticipated nominee opted for a drastically different look and the mismatched prints with sheer top did not quite make the cut. The uneven skirt with even more uneven prints including the cheetah print at the center and zigzag neck was an eyesore.
It was great to see Iggy on the red carpet but it would have been much better if her one-sided sleeves were a fitting bargain. Glamour and glitz were on point on the dress but we just cannot get the eyes off the unaligned shoulders of the sleeves.
Her dress needs ironing and some major tailoring.
Since Hailey Baldwin showed us how to do the fringes right, this look didn't make the cut.
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