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The days are growing longer and the temperature is getting warmer, which can only mean one thing: festival season is upon us. It’s time to prepare for short shorts, flower crowns and ridiculous costumes music fans will try to justify wearing to outdoor concerts all summer long. The first weekend of Coachella gave celebrities a chance to connect with their inner EDM flower children, while the MTV Movie Awards posed the challenge of getting dressed up for a formal award ceremony, yet still looking “cool” and “hip” to the kids. Not as easy as it looks.
Kendall Jenner and her crew paraded a series of eye-catching outfits through Indio, most of which relied heavily on nose rings and ancient witchcraft. Former Nickelodeon star Victoria Justice went for a more adult look at the Movie Awards, but ended up looking like a tacky cocktail waitress. Or a human Peep. Solange killed at Coachella, and was kind enough to invite big sister Beyoncé on stage for a dance party, but we can’t get behind the giant orange bow tied around her lady parts. Are you trying to tell us something, S? Watch Jackie Miranne, Miss Info and Johanna Botta determine who nailed it and who failed it on Big Morning Buzz Live.
Nailing springtime attire can be difficult; the weather is unpredictable and the temptation to go all out on pastels much too high. Check out 10 celebrities who missed the mark this week, and vote on the Worst Dressed in our poll below.
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