Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Jenny McCarthy In Gucci - 'A Night With Janis Joplin' Broadway Opening Night

Jenny McCarthy attended the Broadway opening night of ‘A Night With Janis Joplin’ held at the Lyceum Theatre in New York City on Thursday.

‘The View’ host wore a Gucci Pre-Fall 2013 look featuring an olive cardigan, black lace accented camisole and teal-blue skirt.

The model is giving me sexy starlet on the set of ‘Mad Men’, while Jenny looks like she tried to work a sexy librarian look but failed miserably; making this expensive outfit look like she ransacked a bag from outside a donation store.

It’s the accessories which are doing more damage than the outfit. Between the suede opera gloves, the shoes and the bag, I have to wonder what the hell she was thinking.

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Jenny McCarthy attended the 2011 American Music Award which were held at the Nokia Theatre LA Live in California last night.

The funny gal donned a Victoria Beckham Spring 2011 dress which is a tad too tight on the chest.

This purple pleat shoulder bell dress with a black grosgrain belt, was one of five reissued Victoria Beckham dresses which are exclusive to Net-A-Porter.com.

I love Jen’s vampy makeup, but not the ankle boots as I’ve never warmed to celebs wearing ankle boots with mini dresses.

You can buy Jenny’s Victoria Beckham dress exclusively from
Net-A-Porter US and Net-A-Porter International.

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Eva Mendes arrived at the 2010 MTV Movie Awards wearing a Stella McCartney Pre-Fall 2010 sequined dress.

Her loose-fitting dress didn’t show of the gorgeous curves we know Eva possess.

She added gold accessories to her already sparkling look.

Jenny McCarthy wore the same dress to the 2010 American Music Awards on Sunday.

Her modifed dress was shorter, sleeker and sexier, as it showed off more legs and gave her a more appealing silhouette.

Black peep-toe Louboutin’s and a super high updo completed her look.

Jenny wins this no question. She took this dress from blah to a sexy hot frock.

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Best Re-Run Award
Jenny McCarthy looked super sexy on the red carpet at the 2010 American Music Awards tonight in LA.

The actress opted to wear a Stella McCartney Pre-Fall 2010 dress which we’ve already seen on the red carpet before, so it was initially really hard for me to get excited about this look.

On reflection I think she totally rocks it and gives the dress a new lease of life.

Her asymmetrical silver and turquoise sequined dress was paired with black Christian Louboutin Catenita peep-toes, a silver clutch and a super high quiff.

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It was a bitterly cold windy rainy night in London so Jim Carrey and Jenny McCarthy dress accordingly.

I was a bit disappointed Jenny didn’t give us something to wow about but our British stars did.

The X Factor contestants had a night off rehearsing to attend this event.

Lucie Jones looked adorable wearing a peachy Lipsy London bejewelled heart layer dress with leather jacket to toughen up her look, plus strappy sandals.

The X Factor judges said that they see Lucie as the next Avril Lavigne. I say please god NO WAY. One is plenty thank you.

Stacey Solomon wore leg shortening ankle boots with her black and white sequined dress which was worn off-the-shoulder.

Not at all crazy about the hair at all.

Big Brother winner Chantelle Houghton has been MIA for a very long while.

The reality star shocks me by looking pretty darn good wearing a black and white marble print gown.

Hair and make-up look very good also.

It looks likes she’s finally ditch her desires to become a WAG.

Little Boots smarten up her navy dress with a black blazer and carried an Alexander McQueen skull clasp clutch to add a bit of rock ‘n roll to her look.

The Saturdays looked like you typical girl band walking the red carpet arm in arm wearing colour co-ordinated looks.

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