The 2013 MTV Video Music Awards are a place for artists to take risks and show off their fiercest style. Unfortunately, sometimes style can be so fierce that it, well, bites. Check out the best and worst dressed ladies of the evening below!
The entire 2013 MTV VMA red carpet heard Katy Perry "ROAR" as she modeled a leopard print dress -- and some wacky grills! At least she kept her hair simple and slicked back in a ponytail. So much for that toned down look we thought she adapted!
In case her dress wasn't busy enough, it also happens to
Rita Ora took the phrase "Go big or go home" to heart at the 2013 MTV VMAs. She walked the red carpet in a power blue gown with a dramatic feathered train. If that wasn't glam enough, her entire top was bedazzled!
Ready for her close-up! Rita's chic chin-length bob co
Danity Kane is back. The former MTV 'Making the Band' group made the official announcement on the red carpet at the MTV Video Music Awards Sunday night (Aug. 25). Rocking black and white ensembles, the ladies reveal their new song, ‘Rage,’ is on the way.
Ellie Goulding took "edgy" to a whole other level on the 2013 MTV VMAs red carpet! The singer donned a blush gown -- covered in spikes! Keeping in theme with her dress, Ellie wore her hair loose and a little roughed up.
Ellie also kept her makeup simple, opting for a subtle smokey eye.
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