Most controversial celebrity outfits
Selena Gomez - The singer caught a lot of flack when she wore a "culturally insensitive" look to the 2013 MTV Movie Awards, which included a bindi, a traditional Hindu symbol.
Queen Bey was accused of cultural appropriation for her music video for 'Hymn for the Weekend' with Coldplay, which was set in India.
Kylie Jenner -
The youngest of the Kardashian-Jenner clan was accused of cultural appropriation for wearing a durag as a fashion accessory in 2016.
Lady Gaga -
The world will never forget the moment Lady Gaga showed up to the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards wearing a meat dress.
Lady Gaga - Another one of Gaga's fashion choices that shocked the public included the time she walked down a runway at the London Fashion Week in 2012 wearing a burqa.
Farrah Fawcett - Actress Farrah Fawcett donned an American flag dress, which many thought was distasteful as the flag is not supposed to touch the ground.
Paris Hilton - In 2010, the hotel heiress was accused of being racially insensitive after she wore a sexy Native American costume to the Playboy Halloween Party.
Katy Perry - Perry's full-on geisha performance at the 2013 American Music Awards also received huge criticism, and the singer was forced to apologize later.
Nicky Hilton Rothschild - Clearly her sister Nicky didn't learn anything from said episode, since she was spotted wearing a similar outfit herself five years later.
Nicki Minaj - Nicki Minaj caused quite the stir among the Catholic community when she wore this Versace number to the 2012 Grammy Awards.
Nicki Minaj - Her outfit was accused of being sacrilegious and offensive. And to make matters even worse, she posed next to a "pope."
Scott Disick -
The internet went nuts when honorary Kardashian Scott Disick decided to dress up as a sheik for Halloween in 2014.
Heidi Klum - The supermodel's choice to dress up as goddess Kali was deemed disrespectful by many Hindu leaders.