Celebrity Worst Dressed Fashion derring-do is de rigueur at the Grammys. But there's taking a fashion risk – and then there's going way too far. Take a peek at the Grammy attendees whose fashion picks hit a sour note. By Serena Kappes Published on May 7, 2004 02:00 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Trending Videos 01 of 10 THE CLASH Kevin Mazur/WireImage.com Kelly Rowland's peach-and-sequins minidress looks more little-girl-lost than sophisticated singer – and it clashes terribly with her red-streaked locks. Though Rowland is a Grammy winner (for best rap/sung collaboration for her duet with Nelly, "Dilemma"), her look is a snapshot of fashion confusion. 02 of 10 DISASTROUS DUO Kevin Mazur/WireImage.com Though their tribute to their late friend and former TLC member Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes is a sweet show of solidarity, unfortunately T-Boz (left) and Chilli's LSO-designed outfits (a leather-and-satin bustier and barely-there leather vest, respectively) just aren't flattering. 03 of 10 SLASH & BURN Steve Granitz/WireImage.com Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash left behind the ripped jeans-and-T-shirt rocker look, but his attempt at sophistication – a midnight-blue velvet suit – just doesn't, well, suit him. The chapeau-wearing axeman, with wife Perla, looks like he's playing dress-up. 04 of 10 STRIPE CENTRAL T.A. Clary/AFP Photo/Newscom There's no missing Rod Stewart in his loud, pinstriped-crazy suit, complete with white vest. The rooster-tressed rocker adds to his over-the-top ensemble with a puzzling accessory – a puppy. What's up with that? 05 of 10 VELVET NIGHTMARE Lester Cohen/WireImage.com Paul Shaffer's befuddled pose seems to say it all. We're equally confused as to why the Late Show with David Letterman bandleader chose to deck himself out in a purple lounge-lizard velvet duster coat and matching suit with silky shirt. The diminutive musician looks like he's being swallowed up by Barney. 06 of 10 ALL THAT GLITTERS Kevin Mazur/WireImage.com Best dance recording nominee (for "Love at First Sight") Kylie Minogue seems to be channeling Carmen Miranda in her Givenchy couture dress, with its gold-studded bodice and green chiffon ruffled train. Unfortunately, her attempt at a spicy look is too overwhelming for the petite singer, who looks lost in the big ensemble. 07 of 10 NO WAY Reuters/J. Christensen/Landov Though she pulls off her shorn hair beautifully, India.Arie's outfit leaves something to be desired. Her stark white mock turtleneck dress (designed by her mom) with funky wristbands and a frayed leather purse is a washout. But Arie is still a winner – for best RampB album (for Voyage to India) and best urban alternative performance for "Little Things." 08 of 10 BARING IT ALL Kevin Mazur/WireImage.com It looks like Foxy Brown, a nominee for best female rap solo performance for "Na Na Be Like," forgot to get fully dressed for the Grammys. The rap star managed to get an aquamarine-colored bra on, as well as a white fur coat, but the silky bit of fabric she's wearing isn't what we would call a dress. 09 of 10 STUCK IN THE PAST Kevin Mazur/WireImage.com Eve looks more disco diva than hip-hop star in her tacky 1970s-inspired gold lame-and-pleather minidress with strands for sleeves. An equally cheesy gold handbag and flashy stilettos add insult to injury. 10 of 10 HOW AWFUL Kevin Mazur/WireImage.com Best new artist nominee Avril Lavigne helped design her tuxedo jacket, which just proves that you should stick with what you know. Completing her scary ensemble is a bow tie and skull-and-crossbones belt. Why Avril, why?