The Top 10 Looks of the American Music Awards 2010
Source: ivillage.com | From Taylor Swift to Rihanna, see which stars rocked the red carpet of the high-wattage event (11 Photos).
Fergie, who won favorite pop/rock band with the Black Eyed Peas, dons a funky, feathered mini dress by Falguni and Shane Peacock that shows off her sexy stems.
Project Runway host Heidi Klum makes it work in an elegant, vintage gown. Though more covered-up than usual, the former supermodel keeps it sexy with see-through lace detailing.
Jessica Alba doesn't need to do much to look stunning. The presenter looks chic in a one-shouldered LBD, and her simple, sleek hair keeps the focus on her statement-making jewelry.
Julianne Hough channels Old Hollywood in a black lace Marchesa gown. Her retro curls add sophistication, while the sexy, see-through skirt keeps her look young and fresh.
The typically boundary-pushing pop star toned down her look for this year's American Music Awards red carpet -- and the results are gorgeous! Katy Perry looks just peachy in a pale pink Badgley Mischka dress and nude pumps.
Kelly Osbourne definitely has something to smile about -- sherecently shed 50 lbs.! The star shows off her slimmer figure in a curve-hugging Christian Dior dress.
She may not be an adult quite yet, but Miley Cyrus (who turns 18 on Nov. 23) knows how to command attention on the red carpet! The singer is white-hot in a body-hugging Marchesa mini with a show-stopping train.
Pink's flowing, tiered Janey Lopaty Vintage Couture gown is the perfect choice to hide her growing baby bump!
Did Rihanna have Halle Berry's iconic, sheer Oscar gown in mind when dressing for this musical event? The stylish star (who won favorite female artist in the soul/rhythm & blues category) looks subtly sexy in a peekaboo Elie Saab Haute Couture, which coordinates perfectly with her matching maroon ringlets.
Country darling Taylor Swift (who won the favorite female country artist award) stunned in a gorgeous, mirrored Colette Dinnigan dress -- but it was her attention-grabbing sleek new 'do that really stole the show.