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56th Grammy Awards prompts reminder of past fashion blunders

The last few years of Grammy fashion watching have had audiences holding their collective breath as fashion atrocities have desecrated the Grammy red carpet. Friday morning, media is fighting back the fashion mishaps with nostalgic looks back at the Grammy's fashion faux pas of yesteryear. The awards season is in full swing and with the 56th Grammy Awards show coming to Hollywood on Sunday night, past fashion is being scrutinized by the celebrities and their fans. Surprisingly, most media points to the Versace gown worn by Jennifer Lopez in 2000; but there is plenty of bad fashion to replace that gown as the symbol of bad choices.

The upcoming 56th Annual Grammy Awards show prompts a look back at the fashion faux pas of yesteryear:  Singer Fergie  February 12, 2012 in Los Angeles, California.
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When it comes to 2013 fashion mishaps, almost all media sources agreed with Huffington Post that D’Manti was the winner of the worst dressed for 2013. Reports also show that many other stars throughout the years have been further along the road of despair, when it comes to ugly attire. A quick look back in history reveals that Fergie’s orange lace dress in 2012 was repelling, as was the peacock attire of Margaret Cho in 2004. Jennifer Lopez's 2000 peacock It seems peacocks, feathers and the color yellow are generally held in disdain when worn to the Grammy’s. Hatching from eggs is also a fashion no-no as Lady Gaga found out in 2011.

Thankfully we can learn from history and fashion evolves daily, allowing us mere mortals to adjust to new and outrageous fashion trends.