The glittery beige bodysuit Rihanna is wearing looks like something Gaga worked on her Fame Ball tour. The black boots are hot too. The Mickey Mouse headgear, however, and the pink tank are mysteries to me.
Amy is still rocking the beehive. Does anyone else wonder what she’s got hidden in there after all this time? Her black and tan silk dress looks lovely and lady-like, though she seems to be trying to take it off mid-song.
Gaga almost always looks haute couture hot but this is not the spiciest look. The white pants suit with the shoulder pads and rhinestones reminds me of outfits my mother’s friends wore to the office in the 90’s.
’m not sure if Madonna is performing here or working out—she looks like she is using her guitar as a weight. Her Madgesty definitely has earned the right to wear fishnets and sheer bodysuits well into her 50’s, but I’m not sold on the top hat—it looks like she’s going to a New Years Eve costume party.
Katy Perry looks like Princess Lolly in this Candyland-inspired outfit. The cookie dress is pure sugar, and the candy-cane boots look sweet enough to eat. It even seems that the lollipops are emerging from her head, as if she is actually turning into candy, Wonka style.
Emily Osment looks like she’s having a lot of fun up on stage—too bad she’s wearing three dresses on top of each other. If she just stuck to the pink one, she at could have at least worn it to the Disney prom.
This is not the most favorable angle of Vince Neil, though he’s an attractive guy. I’m not sure how I feel about his Kid Rock-inspired get up—it’s a little too intentionally distressed. Now I’m distressed.
The Edge of U2 looks like a normal guy in his black beanie, black tuxedo jacket, plaid shirt, black jeans and Converse. Which, I suppose, means that he actually looks abnormal—for a rock star. Way to be subversive.
Christina Aguilera is a beautiful woman with a beautiful voice. I like her sequined tights and platform Louboutins, and the rest of the outfit matches well—there’s just so much of it. She’s even wearing two stud belts. When exactly did pop stars start wearing too many clothes?
Once upon a time, Green Day was a poor little punk band that wore thrift store clothes. Then, one day, they became a rich, Grammy-winning punk band that wore clothes straight from Hot Topic. All hail the power of the fake workman’s vest.
Steven Tyler’s got one busy outfit. Wife beater, silver vest with studs and patches, tie-dyed pink and orange women’s scarf with screen printing. Even his jeans have writing on them. Maybe he is trying to distract from the fact that he’s an aging rock star? Don’t hide it, Steven—plastic surgery or no, you’ll always be classic.