The People’s Choice Awards have come and gone – and left behind the memory of some very questionable outfits.
Held in Los Angeles, California, the annual ceremony saw a who’s who of the showbiz world celebrate everything entertainment-related.
But one thing that couldn’t be celebrated was some of the celebs’ choice of ensembles after many missed the mark on the red carpet.
Let’s start with Christina Milian , who rocked up wearing an eye-watering purple gown.
The frock may have added a touch of glitz and glamour to the proceedings but it was hardly a showstealer.
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Not to mention that she broke the legs or boobs rule, which is always a firm ‘no no’ in our books.
Melissa McCarthy also proved that her sense of style could do with a helping hand.
The brunette teamed a pale pink blouse featuring balloon sleeves with a pair of sparkling black trousers.
Still, she didn’t seem to care when she picked up the award for Favourite Comedic TV Actress during the ceremony.
Frankie Grande went some length to reminding his fellow attendees how wrong men can go on the red carpet.
The YouTube personality, who is the half-brother of Ariana Grande, stepped out wearing an ultra bright blue suit.
Different? Yes. Pleasing on the eye? Certainly not.
Call Me Maybe hitmaker Carly Rae Jepsen tried to show off her sexy side by choosing a little black dress.
The number was just a tad too bold – not to mention unflattering on her bangin’ body.
Finally Jane Lynch was all about wearing a quirky number, but might have been better served choosing something a little less out there on this occasion.
Nice try though, Jane!
The 42nd People’s Choice Awards dished out prizes to the likes of Sandra Bullock and Chris Hemsworth on Wednesday.
In a moving moment, Vin Diesel choked back the tears when he collected the gong for Favourite Movie and Favourite Action Movie for Furious 7.
Stood on stage, the hunky heartthrob paid tribute to his late friend Paul Walker with a verse from Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth’s See You Again.