The MTV VMAs is notorious for housing some of the music industry's most crazy and wonderful costume designs, and this year was no exception. Despite having a clear contender for best dress, this year I found it difficult to choose between the worst - there were just so many!
So before I reveal my VMAs style stealers, lets take a look at some of the artists who really should have thought twice before they left the house.
Katy Perry is no stranger to elaborate costume, however her patch-worked double denim dress was a new one for the books - this fashion disaster should have stayed with Britney in 2001.
Amber Rose may have wanted to show off her post-baby curves but this chained bra and g-string combo left nothing to the imagination. This outfit was more carnival than VMA - did anyone not tell her she could catch her death!
As regretful as I am to admit it, Gwen's pink twin piece seemed like she'd just walked out of the local hair salon. Her victory rolls could not quite make up for this basic smock.
There also seemed to be a theme running throughout the event as many artists rocked leather and animal print:
Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo
However, the evenings show stoppers were my latino princess, J.LO and Auzzie rapper, Iggy Azalea. Both fashioning a metallic gown to show off their hour glass shapes, and truly bringing the class that this party needed.
This stunning Charbel Zoe cut-out gown made it very hard to remember that she is just Jenny from the block. She accessorised with a Thalé Blanc clutch and Jimmy Choo's for glitter sophistication. At 45, this lady is definitely at the height of her fashion game.
Despite leaving the VMAs emptied handed (after a staggering seven nominations), Iggy, in my eyes deserves the title of best dressed. This silver Versace gown was true hollywood glamour and complimented her tiny waist.
The artists has recently revealed on Instagram that she plans to launch a shoe collection with shoe connoisseur, Steve Madden.