Carmen Electra certainly was bearing all in this barely-there ensemble. While the front of the dress is pretty demure, the side…slit… is shocking, to say the least.
To be completely honest, if we looked half as incredible as Miss Electra does, we would be wearing this dress in a heartbeat!
Machine Gun Kelly, 2020
Machine Gun Kelly, aka Colson Baker, has not only made a major career metamorphosis, but his fashion game has evolved as well!
Baker isn't one to shy away from traditionally feminine colors and accessories which makes him a trail "blazer" (ha ha fashion pun) in his own right. His 2020 VMA look showcased his fashion fearlessness when he donned a hot pink monochromatic suit featuring a turtle neck and pearl necklace.
Katy Perry, 2011
We suppose you could say that Katy Perry was thinking "outside of the box" when putting this outfit together.
Surprisingly, this is not a student's art project nor a strange Halloween costume. It's actually a head-to-toe Christian Dior designer outfit! You have to have a lot of confidence to confidently pull off pink hair with a massive yellow cube as your headpiece. Props to Katy for doing so!
Mel B, 2017
As one of the very important spices of the formidable and iconic 90's girl group "The Spice Girls," Mel B, aka Scary Spice, rocked up to the 2017 VMAs ready to make a statement.
One way to get a message across loud and clear is to let your clothes do the talking. That's what Mel B did, literally! Her glittery dress had the words "You Will Never Own Me" in a glittery rainbow style. Whoever has the confidence to wear such a statement piece on the red carpet is certainly not owned by anyone!
With such an extensive collection of body art already, we don’t understand why Pink decided to paint fake tattoos all over her body for the 2002 MTV VMAs. For the event, Pink walked the red carpet in this fringed green-and-black striped halter-neck dress.
Her most memorable accessory? The line of fake tattoos ran from her shoulder to her ankle. The early 2000s were certainly a confusing time for red-carpet fashion! While Pink still isn’t a darling of the fashion critics, we’re just happy the faux body art is a thing of the past.