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Music Meets Runway 2014: Check Out The Good, Bad And Fugly Outfits From The Red Carpet

Jennifer Olize (Organizer of MMR) stands as an undisputed champion in the game of entertainment as she has successfully put together what can be said to be one of the biggest event of this season. The highly anticipated event took place on the 23rd December at the Eko hotel and suites, Victoria Island Lagos. Artists like Wizkid, Ice prince, Seyi Shay and Patoranking rocked the stage as several designers showed off their collection.

The red carpet came alive as several celebrities like Toke Makinwa, Noble Igwe, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, Dj Cuppy, Stephanie coker, Dakore Akande, Fade Ogunro, Emma Nyra, Victoria Kimani and many more came out to have fun at the frashion and music event.

Some of these celebrities did their best with their wardrobe choices and came out looking extremely gorgeous, but for some their best wasn’t good enough.  Check out the good, bad and fugly (fucking ugly) pictures from the red carpet of this years Music Meets Runway.

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The Fugly (Fucking Ugly)

In an event where everyone tried to pass as best dressed, Emma Nyra’s stylist choose to make her an object of ridicule. We scanned through her pictures and filters could not help. Why on earth would you even pay someone to make you look this ugly? Why didn’t anyone stop you from leaving the house this way? We are in total shock.

Dear Emma, please do not allow your stylist ruin you, you are fat now embrace it and stop showing off cellulite pleaseeeDear Emma, please do not allow your stylist ruin you, you are fat now embrace it and stop showing off cellulite pleaseee

Dear Emma, please do not allow your stylist ruin you, Embrace your new figure and stop showing  off cellulite, if you insist then bleach your thighs

The Good

Its always good to start up every conversation with the good news first, but for some reason we had to break the very ugly one first. Some of those in this category have been judged for their wardrobe choices in the past and its a good thing they heeded to advice. Others just have the sense of getting it right all the time, we bring to you all the best dressed from the red carpet of music meets runway.

Kunbi Oyelese always gets it right... So on-pointKunbi Oyelese always gets it right... So on-point

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Kunbi Oyelese always gets it right… So on-point

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You must agree that Munachi got it right from the dress to hr make-up. Kudos Babe

Simple yet Chic (Kaylah Oniwo)Simple yet Chic (Kaylah Oniwo)

Simple yet Chic (Kaylah Oniwo)

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Dakore Akande is a big style inspiration

JumolaJumola

Jumola

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Mai Atafo is a good role model

Noble Igwe does it with a traditional twistNoble Igwe does it with a traditional twist

Noble Igwe does it with a traditional twist

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Toke MakinwaToke Makinwa

Toke Makinwa

Chioma IkokwuChioma Ikokwu

Chioma Ikokwu

Dj CuppyDj Cuppy

Dj Cuppy

Denola GreyDenola Grey

Denola Grey

Liz YemojaLiz Yemoja

Liz Yemoja

The Bad

Bad for us doesn’t mean its totally bad. They just did something wrong and could not pass as totally good. Some of the people in this category showed off too much flesh or showed off what should have been concealed. Take a look at some of the badly dressed from this event.

Dorcas Shola-Fapson would have passed on the good list but for the uneven breast Dorcas Shola-Fapson would have passed on the good list but for the uneven breast

Dorcas Shola-Fapson would have passed on the good list but for the cleavage

We are quite confused about this outfit (Gbebe Famodu)We are quite confused about this outfit (Gbebe Famodu)

We are quite confused about this outfit (Gbebe Famodu)

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Why flash your underwear

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Aunty Gbemi!!! Search your conscience oooAunty Gbemi!!! Search your conscience ooo

Aunty Gbemi!!! Search your conscience ooo

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Dear Sharon Ojong, please understand your body first before choosing an outfit

Other Pictures From The Event

Jennifer OlizeJennifer Olize

Jennifer Olize

Seyi ShaySeyi Shay

Seyi Shay

Rita DominicRita Dominic

Rita Dominic

Ebuka Obi-UchenduEbuka Obi-Uchendu

Ebuka Obi-Uchendu

Sarah OfiliSarah Ofili

Sarah Ofili

Fade OgunroFade Ogunro

Fade Ogunro

Estanola OyeleseEstanola Oyelese

Estanola Oyelese

BoviBovi

Bovi

Maria OkanMaria Okan

Maria Okan

Shina PellerShina Peller

Shina Peller

Stephanie CokerStephanie Coker

Stephanie Coker

Eniola BadmusEniola Badmus

Eniola Badmus

PatorankingPatoranking

Patoranking

Kemi Lala AkindojuKemi Lala Akindoju

Kemi Lala Akindoju

Pearl HartPearl Hart

Pearl Hart

Lilian UnachukwuLilian Unachukwu

Lilian Unachukwu

Gift UdofiaGift Udofia

Gift Udofia

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Denrele Edun

Tim WestwoodTim Westwood

Tim Westwood

Victoria KimaniVictoria Kimani

Victoria Kimani

Elma GodwinElma Godwin

Elma Godwin

Noel BansNoel Bans

Noel Bans

Folake AwoboluFolake Awobolu

Folake Awobolu

Risi JinaduRisi Jinadu

Risi Jinadu

Sound SultanSound Sultan

Sound Sultan

Lola LawalLola Lawal

Lola Lawal

Yinka PearstYinka Pearst

Yinka Pearst


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