Let's hope these "baddie" recipients learn from their fashion mistakes!
Here are the winners, in no particular order except that I'll start with Dance since they need the most help.

Barbara Fusar-Poli & Maurizio Margaglio: Even a world title can't keep you away from a few Baddies: (click thumbnail to view full-size)

Left: What's wrong with these costumes? Where do I begin? Firstly, the worst part is the broken hearts on the back of the costumes. Next are his flared pants. And, generally, IceJoan shuns wearing two different sleeves. Think symmetry! His ripped knees don't help the situation, nor does his pink sash. Frankly, there is so much going on with these horrid outfits that I'm not sure how the judges could see the skating!

Right: Surely her dress constitutes an overuse of illusion fabric. And what's with his illusion? Ice Joan says, No illusion for men! It's bad enough on the women! And, those collars of his have got to go!

Shae-Lynn Bourne & Victor Kraatz: O, Canada...

Someone on rec.sport.skating.ice.figure described these costumes as a ripped up Canadian flag. IceJoan couldn't have said it better herself. So often these two look so beautiful which makes these outfits so much worse. Think less is more! They both look a little like they've been through a paper shredder. (This dubious photography by CP)

Worlds 2001 Dance Podium: Yes, all of them

What are we going to do about these dancers? IceJoan says the entire discipline is fashion-less. To hell with a judging controversy; the IOC shouldn't let them compete in Salt Lake because the Mormons are all going to have heart-attacks when they see these outfits!

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