In its new issue, People magazine picks its best and worst dressed, with a dishonorable mention for Avril Lavigne's combo of combat boots and pink frilly dress. But we defy them to come up with a worse outfit than this one, worn by Avril for a promotional appearance in Los Angeles on April 19, 2007.
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No argument with this choice. Cameron Diaz' legs make the best list in the new issue of People magazine.
When Britney Spears shaved her head, People was shocked, shocked! But the magazine clearly went to bed before her latest caper at the VMA Awards, a clumsy lip-sync in an ill-fitting bikini. It will take more than hair extensions for this star to clean up her act, fashion or music-wise.
People magazine didn't like Naomi Campbell's elegant exit from a court-ordered stint on garbage detail in New York. But we think she classed up the joint, and the guys at the Department of Sanitation probably agree.
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People's editors cite Victoria Beckham in a special "British Accent" section of the style issue. But does America really need another camera-hogging under-achiever? Give us your tired, your poor, no problem. But not your coddled lasses yearning to make the front pages of the tabloids.
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Well, okay, Penelope Cruz can stay here anytime. The elegant Spanish-born actress is, as People points out, a Continental keeper.
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Not that we have anything against the all-American "Celeb Next Door," as People magazine dubs Reese Witherspoon. Except that nobody really has anyone like Reese next door. Most of us have someone more like Roseanne or even Shrek next door.
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Well, duh! George Clooney makes People's list of men who always step out in style, whether they're wearing tuxedos or T-shirts. And here he is, because you can never, ever, see too many pictures of George Clooney.
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People picked Gwen Stefani as a fashion trendsetter, and they didn't know how right they were. Just this week, Stefani opened New York Fashion Week with a collection that got more positive notices than celebrity labels usually rate.
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Jennifer Lopez got a nod as a "Glamour Girl" from People, and she also got good notices with her own collection at New York Fashion Week. She ought to get a "most improved" award, too, for her steadily increasing elegance since she apparently dropped out of the frantic celebrity over-exposure game.
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This is what we mean by "most improved." The Versace dress that Jennifer infamously wore, or didn't wear, on stage at the Grammy Awards on Feb. 23, 2000 left the audience, and co-presenter David Duchovny, reeling.
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Beyonce was dubbed "The Showstopper" by People magazine, but we think she's going too far with the goddess get-ups. Maybe that over-sophistication is the reason for all the gossip that she's actually older than her 25 years. Honey, when you're this gorgeous naturally, you don't need gold lame.
Mary Kate And Ashley Olsen
People magazine names Eva Green as World's Worst Dresser, but we've got a big problem with that. Granted, it's a tough call these days, with Pam Anderson and Britney Spears out there. But at least consider either or both of the Olsen twins, Mary Kate and Ashley, for "worst" honors.