PHOTOS: Super Sheer And Then Some On The Nakedest Stars At The Billboard Awards

Taylor Swift, Maroon 5, and Rihanna may all be waiting with bated breath to see which of their 10+ nominations they’ll take home at tonight’s Billboard Music Awards, but there’s one honor we can already bestow: The Most Naked on The Red Carpet Award.

The competition was indeed fierce this year, with Jennifer Morrison in a bustier-topped, wide-legged jumpsuit — the legs, of course being sheer chiffon. While singer-songwriter Nayer turned the event into a girls night out with, well, her girls pretty much out. Selena Gomez rocked a sculptural white Atelier Versace gown with neon trimmings that revealed large swaths of skin and Jennifer Lopez, never one to disappoint, had a glittering gown that was halfway between naked and the most gorgeous thing we’ve ever seen. So, the most gorgeous naked thing? We’re not ready to reveal that yet.

In the peek-a-boo camp were Emmy Rossum in a Zuhair Murad gown that with almost modest with a keyhole neckline and sheer, polka-dot paneling. But — surprise! — when she turned around, nearly the entire back was see-through. The look came off classy and courageous, and for a star who’s had some sartorial mishaps in the past, we were glad to see her take a risk that paid off.

Ke$ha, not at all a surprising addition to this list, had us scratching our heads when we first saw her bulky and ruffled little black dress. When she turned around to show major side-butt seemingly splitting its way out of the short skirt, the look made more sense. Sadly, the overt butt reveal and the completely ill-fitting front made this one of the night’s worst.

Take a look at the brazen babes in the gallery below and let us know who you think wins the nudie award tonight. Then, hop over here for every single look from the blue carpet. For some recent history in revealing red carpets, revisit last month’s MTV Movie Awards.

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