Celeb style: How low can they go?
Some stars aren't scared to wear a dress cut down to waaaaaaaay down there.
Karlie Kloss was the epitome of old Hollywood glamour in a gold, floor-length gown. She completed the look with natural makeup, side swept hair and a gold clutch.
Khloe Kardashian nearly stopped traffic in her low-cut black top and ripped jeans. We bet this look isn't helping her exes get over their regrets. Click here for more pictures of the reality star on X17online.com
The "Transformers 4" star posed for pictures in a plunging black jacket and shorts with her handsome costar Jack Reynor.
The "True Blood" actress dared to bare at the premiere of the seventh and final season of the HBO television series.
The reality star made a daring decollétage display after returning from a photo shoot with North in hand. Click here for more pics
of Kim's near nip slip.
Carrie Underwood and Miranda Lambert
The country superstars did more than show off their chops at the Billboard Awards with the debut of their new duet "Somethin' Bad." Lambert and Underwood also got attention for their different, but equally sexy red carpet looks.
Munn took things down to the belt line at the 2014 Met Gala.
Husband Ryan Reynolds must be an expert at "eyes up here" as his wife Blake is well known for her plunging necklines.
Michele gave fans something to talk about. The actress arrived at the LA Premiere of "Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return" in a plunging polka dot halter dress.
British singer Rita Ora debuted a retro do at the MTV Movie Awards but it wasn't her platinum locks that got our attention. Ora wore a satin black dress with a plunging neckline.
Shailene Woodley leaves little to the imagination on the "Divergent" red carpet with co-star Theo James.
Mariah Carey sizzled in a very low cut gown while performing at the annual BET awards. The singer wore a black hip hugging dress that seemed reminiscent of Jessica Rabbit.
Vanessa Hudgens posed in a body hugging pant suit with a deep v-neck.
The former "Smash" star didn't leave much to the imagination at the Golden Globes.
The Victoria's Secret model looks just as good in formal gowns as she does in bikinis.
In "Zero Dark Thirty," Jessica Chastain is mostly in T-shirts and suits, so it's nice to see her feminine and glammed up.
The comedic actress normally plays it safe with fashion but every now and then she surprises us. She wore this shiny, short and very revealing dress to ELLE's 18th Annual Women in Hollywood Tribute.