The best- and worst-dressed celebrities at the Kentucky Derby

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The Lady Antebellum crew showed up in style.
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The Kentucky Derby is a light-hearted affair, where celebrities are free to take some fashion risks.

Big and colorful hats are a huge part of the look – but not everybody can pull it off. It’s not unusual to see some people go completely over the top.

Ahead, the best- and worst-dressed celebrities of the Kentucky Derby.


BEST: Singer Ray J and fashion designer Princess Love looked elegant and classy.

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WORST: Chef Johnny Luzzini, pictured here with fellow chef Claire Robinson, showed up in a somewhat strange hat and a too-shiny jacket.

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BEST: Actress Megan Scrimshaw looked picture-perfect in baby blue.

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WORST: Actor Anson Mount just had too many patterns and colors going on.

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BEST: County music star Clay Walker and wife and model Jessica Craig donned simple hats and stylish outfits.

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WORST: Celebrity stylist Carson Kressley went with too much pattern in this shorts suit.


BEST: Kate Upton kept it simple and classy.


WORST: Actor Kirk Kelleykahn showed up wearing two different shades of neon yellow.

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BEST: Novelist Douglas Brunt and Fox News reporter Megyn Kelly made an elegant pair in navy blue.

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WORST: Models and actors Priscilla Barnstable and Patricia Barnstable-Brown wore huge, over-the-top hats.

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BEST: American World Cup alpine ski racer Lindsey Vonn kept it nice and simple.

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WORST: Writer and actor Gren Wells donned a strange netted creation as a hat.

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BEST: Actress Sammi Barber wore a stylish hat and blazer.

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WORST: Musician Tanya Tucker wore a bad mix of blue and green shades.

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BEST: Former University of Kentucky basketball player Alex Poythress knows how to wear a bowtie and a suit.

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