It's not often these days that you spy two equally well known popstrels sporting the same outfit, so this is going to be a hard one to call. Nonetheless, this weekend I spotted the newly named Queen Bey (that's Beyonce to you and me) on her super-cool tumblr site (well worth checking out here) wearing a matching two piece printed set by Hervé Léger By Max Azria. My fashion spidey senses tingled; I was sure I'd seen this outfits body-hugging fit and bright stark print before. And then I remembered; Katy Perry at The Kids Choice Awards of course.
So who killed it in your eyes? On the one hand you've got KP and her ultimately glamorous pin up styling including voluminous hair, heavy black eye-liner and pop candy pink lips. However, Beyonce has that golden goddess thing going on with soft curls and glowing skin. Like I say, it's a tough one!
Vote for who you think rocked this all over printed two piece best in our poll below.
Kate Middleton and Rihanna? What a stark comparison. In no way do we think these looks are comparable, but we do think they exemplify an interesting fashion debate we're having at the moment - which style wins? East London fashion or West London?
The team have been discussing this at length this week; Gemma over at Catwalkqueen.tv is very much vying for Team West saying "I dress safe, pretty and feminine", whereas I am more of an East London girl as I think it allows for lots more creativity, and the whole ethos is about allowing you to really put your own stamp on it. But, more importantly, what do you think?
If you want to have your say, you can. London shopping centre brand, Westfield are asking you to vote for either Team East or Team West and the best news is, there's £25,000 of shopping vouchers up for grabs for those who vote.
So if you're keen to steal the prim and perfect style of Kate Middleton or want to grunge it up like my girl Rihanna, have your say, the lucky winners will be able to buy the wardrobes of their favourite of the two several times over.
After saying not so nice things about Diane Kruger's dress at the Calvin Klein bash at Cannes, she went and wowed everyone in this sequin gown:
She looks stunning! She's wearing Vivienne Westwood's Gold Label and frankly, she's wearing the backside off it. Look at her teeny shapely waist! It's the perfect amount of sexy glitz and sparkle - everything we want from a red carpet dress.
She's not the only one who opted for a gold sequin gown, we think Jessica Chastain looks pretty fabulous in this floor length gold number at the screening of Lawless. Actually, we think this is the best The Help star has ever looked.
So who's rocking the sequins the best? We reckon that Jessica might just have the edge - it's not as show stopping as Diane's dress, but the romantic floaty skirt (and handsome co-stars surrounding her) just give her the (gilted) edge.
Lily Cole is absolutely rocking this slinky black number, isn't she? She looked utterly show-stopping at the Snow White and the Huntsman premier last night. (We're also loving her short curls). It's not just any old dress, though. Think it looks familiar? It's actually a black version of Pippa Middleton's bridesmaid dress.
Yep, this is one right royal gown. It's just a little sexier in black, isn't it? Or if black isn't your thing, how about red?
Cameron Diaz also rocked a very similar dress even before the Royal wedding. She opted for sexy scarlet back in 2010 at the Golden Globes. This is the dress that keeps on giving.
Lily's version certainly continued the spooky theme of the event, but who wore it best? Was the original (and the dress that almost upstaged a princess) the fairest of them all? Did Cameron carry it off in red or is Lily's black best?
We do like when celebs are snapped in the same dresses. Especially when we can actually afford them. They're never people you think will have the same style, are they? Tulisa and Nicky Hilton are worlds apart, yet here they are in the same floral Topshop dress:
Nicky Hilton wore hers to a screening of The Lucky One in New York last night. It's a nice dress and we like seeing a different take on florals, but those shoes are quite horrible, aren't they?
Here's Tulisa wearing it to Radio 1 a little earlier in the month. Again, with really unusual shoes. But we do like her bag so we're giving her the edge. Besides, she got there first.
Whoever you think wore it better, the intricate origami flower dress is just £60 from Topshop. That's a small price to pay for a slice of celeb style.
If you tuned into The X-Factor at the weekend you may have wondered A) why Tulisa was wearing a cupcake, and B) where you'd seen Kelly Rowland's dress before.
The answers: A) We really don't know and B) You might recognize the top half from the outfit Cheryl Cole wore to perform her single Fight For This Love on the X-Factor two years ago, which was designed for her by Julien Macdonald.
The dress Kelly is wearing is actually the piece Cheryl's saucy bodysuit was based on - but who do you think worked it best? Vote below!
Kate Middleton, fashion sensation that she is, managed to sell out yet another Reiss dress (and crash their website too) when the Obama's were in town last week - but not before The Only Way Is Essex's Lydia Bright managed to get her hands on one!
The reality star was spotted walking around London today in the beige Shola bandage dress, which she too paired with black pumps and a chunky necklace.
Cheryl Cole was probably the biggest star to attend yesterday's National Television Awards, and she didn't choose to wear a ballgown (why are all soap stars always so badly dressed anyway?).
Cheryl wore a black Versace dress with a strappy back and button detail on the straps, which was also worn by Mad Men hottie January Jones in November to the Central Saint Martins 20:20 Fashion Fund launch party.
So who wore it best: Cheryl with splashes of red from her lips and shoes (we won't mention the back tattoo), or January's tight bun and black accessories? Vote below: