The 2012 Do Something Awards took place in Santa Monica, Calif., on August 19 and as with all red carpet events, everyone was waiting to see what the celebs were wearing. While many looked fabulous from head-to-toe, there were quite a few who forgot to look in the mirror before they left the house. Whether it was due to ill fitting frocks or barely-there ensembles, several famous faces landed themselves a spot on the worst dressed list.
The "Basketball Wives" star gets the award for the worst dressed of the evening with her almost non-existent snakeskin print dress. It looked more like a strategically placed sarong held in place with a lot of double-sided tape than an actual dress. While she undoubtedly wants to show off more of her body after her recent 80 pound weight loss, doing it in a more subtle way would have been much more appropriate for the Do Something Awards.
We love her makeup and low-bun hairstyle, but we can't get behind her taupe Lela Rose sleeveless dress. The color completely washes her out and it looks more like a potato sack than a stylish frock. She added a silver belt around her waist, but the gown is ill-fitting and doesn't do her fantastic figure enough justice.
Speaking of ill-fitting clothing, the 32-year-old wore a short multi-colored funky and bright Jenni Kayne dress that wasn't tailored to her frame. If it was cinched at the waist with a fuller skirt, it would have been a perfect ensemble for the evening. We do, however, adore her braided up-do. She finished the look off with strappy black heels.
The singer looked more suited for a night out clubbing with the "Jersey Shore" crew than for walking the blue carpet at the Do something Awards. She wore a body-hugging short white dress that had metallic embellishments down the front and cut out detailing at the sides. The only thing we love about this look is her makeup.
Who wore your least favorite look at the 2012 Do Something Awards?
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