AMAs Worst Dressed 2013: See The Weirdest & Wackiest Looks

Hollywood Life

You saw the best, now check out the worst looks from the show & VOTE for who you think donned the absolute worst get-up of the night.

The 2013 American Music Awards treated fans to a star-studded red carpet — but that doesn’t mean everyone dressed to impress for the big night! While we saw a slew of gorgeous gowns and stylish minis, the red carpet was also crowded with ill-fitting ensembles, busy dresses, and loud looks — what were these stars thinking?! Browse the weirdest & wackiest dresses from the AMAs, see who missed the mark, and VOTE for who you think donned the worst get-up of the night.

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Fire Spreads To Several Row Homes In Delaware County

CBS Philly

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SHARON HILL, Pa. (CBS) — A fast-moving fire destroyed five homes in Delaware County Monday.

The fire started shortly before 10 a.m. in the 1500 block of Roosevelt Drive in Sharon Hill.

According to fire officials, the fire started inside a row home and spread to several neighboring homes.

When firefighters arrived, they encountered heavy smoke and flames billowing from the homes.

The frigid temperatures and the intensity of the fire were a major hindrance for the firefighters. Firefighters were eventually able to bring the blaze under control, but not before it destroyed five homes. The Red Cross says at least nine people have been displaced.

Alan McCall, whos home was destroyed in the blaze, says, “My house is gone.”

Luckily, his son was already in school when the fire began. He says, “My wife and I were not in there and we’re glad to…

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Knockout Game Gaining National Attention

CBS Atlanta

Today on Powertalk with Lorraine Jacques-White, we discussed the brutal new game many teens are beginning to participate in, which has begun to gain national attention from citizens and law enforcement officials alike.

This “game” is played by teenagers simply approaching a person at random and punching them in the face without notice in efforts to knock the unsuspecting victim unconscious. Some teens would record these random acts of violence and post them to social media sites and blog sites.

Currently there has only been one shooting and one arrest stemming from these random attacks, with many taking place in the city of New York. It has been reported that anyone arrested for participating in this knockout game will be charged with a hate crime.

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