The best and worst dressed at the iHeart Music Awards

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Image credit: getty images

On April 3, stars went to Inglewood, California for the 2016 iHeart Music Awards. It was a memorable night with performances by Justin Bieber, Zayn, Fetty Wap and more. Many stars hit the red carpet. Some looked chic and some looked not so chic. This is the best and worst dressed list of the 2016  iHeart Music Awards.


Best Dressed:

Taylor Swift

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Taylor Swift channeled her inner Catwoman for the 2016 iHeart Music Awards. She was wearing a black, form fitting jumpsuit. She looked classy and badass at the same time.


Zendaya went for the velvet trend at the awards. She wore a red velvet pant suit with a beautiful black lace bandeau.

Meghan Trainor

Meghan Trainor showed off her curves in her sparkling black midi dress. Her rings and fringe heels were just enough to pull the outfit completely together.


Serayah showed some leg in the minidress she wore for the show. Her matching heels, clutch and nails really pulled the whole ensemble together.


Worst Dressed:

Iggy Azalea

Iggy wore a mismatched crop top and high waisted bottom pant suit. Not only did the black, comic book- like print clash with her navy blue pants, but the pants looked a little too large for Iggy. They were just too baggy.

Demi Lovato

Demi Lovato almost had a winning outfit, but she looked very unflattering in her black and white pant suit. The pants were dragging on the red carpet. The looseness in the bottoms just did not work on her.

That Poppy

That Poppy wore a powder blue dress that flowed out way too far. It could have been better, but she wore matching powder blue tights and white sneakers. The whole thing was quite childish looking even for a 16 year old.

Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez look less like a fashionista and more like a inmate in her orange jumpsuit. The side cut outs on the jumpsuit and the chokers she wore would have been tres chic if it wasn’t for the jail color orange.

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