WTF Was She Thinking? The Week That Was in Bad Celebrity Fashion

Amy Winehouse at the City of Westminster Magistrates Court in London, England.

Comment: OK, we realize that she always looks like hell, but she wore this to court? It screams that she is guilty. Lock her up. Please. It's for her own good.

She's Thinking: Blaaaaake!


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Jenna Fischer in for a "The Office" event in LA

Comment: I love "The Office" and I adore Pam, but this outfit is so bad. She has a cute figure and here? She looks pregnant. Is she? For her role as Pam, this outfit may work, but outside the office, it's a dud.

She's Thinking: "About 40 times a year Michael gets really sick but has no symptoms. Dwight is always gravely concerned." Wait, I'm not in character!

Joy Behar promoting her book "Sheetzucacapoopoo: Max Goes To The Dogs" in NYC

Comment: This woman needs a hair stylist and clothing stylist stat! Her outfit and hair are going to the dogs…or at least back to the 90's. I don't care if you are 50 or 100, there is no excuse for this dowdy outfit.

She's Thinking: I decided for once to be understated. I have nothing to say, OK?

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Michelle Rodriguez at the European premiere of "Fast & Furious" in Germany

Comment: Now, she looks pretty good here, right? I mean the skirt is a little long, but she cleaned up well. Until she had to do this…

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She's Thinking: It's cold and besides, everyone knows I hate dresses and skirts. I know Perez is gonna give me hell for this!

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Shona McGarty at the Royal Television Society Programme Awards in London

Comment: Yowza! There is a whole lot of bad going on here. Let's start with the the zebra print which is not flattering on her. Then let's comment that the shoes, belt and bag which are all different shades of hot pink and red. Yikes.

She's Thinking: I admit, I only had 15 minutes to shop at Forever 21 before the store closed, OK?

Images: WireImage

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