Last night, the 2016 Billboard Music Awards aired live at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Co-hosted by Ludacris and Ciara, the night was met with a lit performance by pop queen Britney Spears, a tribute to Prince courtesy of Madonna and some big wins for Rihanna, The Weeknd, Adele and Justin Bieber.

But all music feats aside, let's be real: the only reason why anyone tunes in to these things is to see what kind of steez our favorite celebs are rocking. So, without further ado, here are the best, worst and most "WTF" outfits seen at last night's extravaganza.

Fleeky Fresh

Ariana Grande going HAM on optical illusions in this dizzying Versace number.

RiRi still  looking boss in this modest bronze getup. 

"Grinch Better Have My Money."

Zendaya looking fire in nude Calvin Klein. 

Ciara the vermilion velvet vixen. 

Ciara the mazarine metallic mama. 

Ciara the silver silk señorita. Ok, I'm done.

The Weeknd getting greedy AF. 

Keke looking luscious in latex. 

Of course we included Bieber. Why wouldn't we?

A jointless Wiz looking fresh and casual in this very yacht-appropriate look.

Jessica Alba channeling both Wednesday Addams AND Dita Von Teese. Not mad at it. 

Hot Mess

Pirates of the Catastrophean. 

Candy wrapper couture. 

All about Demi speaking out against HB 2, but the styling could've been better TBH. 

Even Britney is confused by what she's wearing. 

Not the best Prince-eulogizing outfit.

I Want What They're On

#FeelingIt.

Spidey senses tingling, clearly. 

For more celebrity style, be sure to follow our ongoing Weekly Juice series.

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