Meow! We don’t know if it was her time dating Kanye, but Amber Rose has become an expert on how to command attention on the red carpet. In 2018, she pushed the limits of appropriate red carpet wear with this bold get-up.
We’re not sure why the model and television personality chose to wear a red (and uncomfortable-looking if we might add) latex bodysuit complete with a cat mask and whip. Perhaps it was laundry day, and this was the only clean thing she had in her closet? Either way, her memorable catsuit caused quite a commotion!
Lady Gaga, 2009
When it comes to VMAs fashion, no one does it better than Lady Gaga. The singer-turned-serious actress flaunted a total of five different outfits throughout the show, each stranger than the next. When accepting the award for "Best New Artist," Gaga changed into something a bit more comfortable — a red Alexander McQueen dress with a matching face cover and crown.
The unique outfit seemed to stun award presenter rapper Eminem who couldn’t hide his confusion over the singer’s strange getup. Little did Eminem know that she would be returning with an even crazier outfit (ahem, her infamous “meat dress”).
There are some red carpet looks that are so iconic they inspire the fashion of that decade. In 1984, Madonna made shockwaves around the world with her provocative performance.
In what might be one of the most unforgettable performances in music history, the singer writhed around on stage wearing an '80s-style wedding gown with a collection of rosaries around her neck. Decades later, artists are still paying homage to this infamous VMAs look.
Jennifer Lopez, 2000
Jennifer Lopez knows a thing or two about wearing memorable outfits. No one can forget the infamous green dress she wore at the 2000 Grammy Awards. But few can forget the coordinated all-white outfit she and her then-boyfriend Sean Combs wore to the MTV VMAs that same year.
Wearing her ex-boyfriend’s label bedazzled on her shirt (who can forget Sean John clothing?) and a matching bandana, J.Lo brought an iconic feminine touch to streetwear. Although Sean Combs is no longer on her arm, decades later, J. Lo is still rocking crop tops!
Destiny’s Child, 2001
What could be worse than one suede fringed dress? How about three? In 2001, R&B girl group Destiny’s Child went west with their matching suede and turquoise ensembles. We’re not sure if the fabric store had a sale on orange suede, but somehow, there was enough of this oddly colored fabric to create these three awful outfits.
While Beyoncé’s outfit wasn't the worst, we can’t imagine how heavy Kelly Rowland’s necklace was. We hope for the sake of their neck health that these Western-themed outfits are tucked deep in the back of their closets.