MTV VMA Awards 2013, Worst Dressed

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There's never a dull moment at the moment at the MTV Video Music Awards, thanks in part to the over-the-top outfits certain stars wear and—in the case of Miley Cyrus—the jaw-dropping performances they give in said get-ups.

Just about all of the twerking-obsessed stars' looks from last night's show helped land her a spot on our worst-dressed list, from the bizarre gem-encrusted Dolce & Gabbana spandex number she wore on the red  carpet to the furry onesie emblazoned with a mouse—yes, a mouse!—that she sported onstage.

And then there was the latex-like flesh colored bra and undies she wore to grind up on Robin Thicke's crotch. And as if her sartorial sideshow wasn't enough, the singer finished off all of her looks by sticking out her tongue for an overall I'm-trying-too-hard feel. 

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But the 20-year-old wasn't the only award show attendee vying for our attention. Model Erin Wasson turned heads in a sheer number with just enough fabric to cover her lady parts. Perhaps the rest of the material went into creating her turban?

Richard Simmons' fluorescent colored tank and spandex pants—tucked into his socks in true ‘80s fashion, naturally—were impossible to miss (and not in a good way), while Sarah Hyland's Marchesa gown oddly reminded us of  the red carpet version of a wonder woman—or perhaps a Power Ranger?—uniform. Either way, she came off as a super hero that needed a little saving.

Finally, Lil' Kim, who is no stranger to an MTV VMAs worst dressed list thanks to her infamous purple pasty, missed the mark yet again  with a mesh outfit that exposed her bra and undies. At least she's consistent—we'll give her that. 

Who gets your vote for worst dressed star at the MTV VMA Awards? Sound off in the comments!

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