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Jennifer Lopez Wears Michael Cinco at the 2015 AMAs

She had a total of 10 outfit changes!
Jennifer Lopez Wears Michael Cinco at the 2015 AMAs She had a total of 10 outfit changes!

Don’t be fooled by the rocks that she’s got; she’s still Jenny from the block! And in true J.Lo fashion, nothing less was expected from the host of the 2015 American Music Awards who had a total of 10 outfit changes, including a skin-tight bodysuit and a crystallized frock.

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After performing a dance medley of chart toppers that included tracks from Drake, Beyoncé, and Taylor Swift while dressed in a tribal-inspired bodysuit from DSQUARED2, J.Lo quickly tidied up and slipped into a Swarovski-embellished tea-length dress from Dubai-based Filipino designer Michel Cinco

Moving along with her hosting duties, the bootylicious star sported a few other cleavage-baring, body-hugging numbers that flaunted her assets well. Take a look:

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You go, J.Lo! Meanwhile, another star caught the public’s attention due to his wardrobe choices. Who are we talking about? Justin Bieber, of course, who was spotted wearing a Nirvana band tee with heart shapes on it.

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The Biebs, who did a three-song set with tracks from his new album Purpose, got a ton of backlash from fans of the band, receiving comments on Twitter like “Kurt Cobain rolled over in his grave when Justin Bieber showed up wearing a Nirvana shirt.” and “I wish we could ban Justin Bieber from wearing Nirvana shirts.”

The late Nirvana frontman’s wife, rockstar Courtney Love did have this to say:

 

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We think you’re pretty cool, too, Justin.

Meanwhile, here’s a rundown of other stars who we think owned their looks:


Photos from Wenn Image Database. Michael Tran, Frazer Harrison, and Kevin Mazur for Getty

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