Out of This World Celeb Styles

Check out Andre 3000, Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Kanye and more.

Out of This World\r - With the upcoming third installment of Men in Black, we thought it would be cool to highlight celebs with such outrageous style they could be cast as characters in the alien comedy. Check out stars like Lady Gaga, Andre 3000, Nicki Minaj, Kanye West and more in our all-star gallery.

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Out of This World\r - With the upcoming third installment of Men in Black, we thought it would be cool to highlight celebs with such outrageous style they could be cast as characters in the alien comedy. Check out stars like Lady Gaga, Andre 3000, Nicki Minaj, Kanye West and more in our all-star gallery.

Andre 3000 - One half of the hip hop duo Outkast ? which titled their breakout sophomore LP ATLiens after their otherworldly lyricism and their hometown of Atlanta ? Andre 3000 has challenged men's fashion in hip hop. From turbans and wigs to furs and knickers, Dre could make anything look cool.   (Photo: Frank Micelotta/Getty Images)

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Andre 3000 - One half of the hip hop duo Outkast — which titled their breakout sophomore LP ATLiens after their otherworldly lyricism and their hometown of Atlanta — Andre 3000 has challenged men's fashion in hip hop. From turbans and wigs to furs and knickers, Dre could make anything look cool. (Photo: Frank Micelotta/Getty Images)

Cee Lo - Never afraid to shine, Cee Lo Green loves a little pageantry. Check this feather and steel number worn during a performance at the 53rd Annual GRAMMY Awards, when he sang with Jim Henson's muppets.    (Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

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Cee Lo - Never afraid to shine, Cee Lo Green loves a little pageantry. Check this feather and steel number worn during a performance at the 53rd Annual GRAMMY Awards, when he sang with Jim Henson's muppets.  (Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

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Erykah Badu - Erykah Badu burst on the scene with a three-foot tall head wrap, burning incense and wearing ornate Afrocentric jewels and no one seemed to bat a critical eye. Over the years, Badu's look continues to evolve and the Dallas native never fails to push the envelope in music and fashion. (Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Black Eyed Peas "Let's Get It Started" - In 2004, the Black Eyed Peas' "Let's Get It Started" became a mandatory pump up song, and ESPN and ABC oblidged, using the hit in their promos. (Photo: Christopher Polk/Getty Images)

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Black Eyed Peas - The beats produced by will.i.am, front man of the supergroup Black Eyed Peas, tell the story of this futuristic, multi-ethnic global music hybrid. With members Fergie, apl.de.ap, will.i.am and Taboo, the group dabbles in inventive dance moves, sonic sounds and a visionary style. (Photo: Christopher Polk/Getty Images)

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Nicki Minaj - Hip Pop starlet Nicki Minaj doesn't have time for categories, she's too busy creating her own lane. Just like her music, Nicki defines her own steez. Her vision of the future blends a little hood with Hollywood glam mixed with Japanese anime. And with her multiple personalities and voices, Nicki is indeed a monster.  (Photo: Jeff Fusco/Getty Images)

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Nicki Minaj - Hip Pop starlet Nicki Minaj doesn't have time for categories, she's too busy creating her own lane. Just like her music, Nicki defines her own steez. Her vision of the future blends a little hood with Hollywood glam mixed with Japanese anime. And with her multiple personalities and voices, Nicki is indeed a monster. (Photo: Jeff Fusco/Getty Images)

Lady Gaga - Like no pop star ever before, Lady Gaga makes fashion more than just part of a costume, she makes it part of her performance as well. Her innovative wardrobe evokes an emotional response. Hate it or love it, Gaga will always give fans something to talk about.  (Photo: Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)

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Lady Gaga - Like no pop star ever before, Lady Gaga makes fashion more than just part of a costume, she makes it part of her performance as well. Her innovative wardrobe evokes an emotional response. Hate it or love it, Gaga will always give fans something to talk about. (Photo: Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)

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Lil Wayne - Since he went from rap star to rock star, Lil Wayne has stepped out on many a fashion ledge. Now with his own clothing line, Trukfit, the rapper is unafraid to wear anything from Moonboots to leopard print jeggings. And legions of young fans follow suit. (Photo: Michael Buckner/Getty Images for Caesars Entertainment)

Afrika Bambaataa - One of the architects of hip hop, Afrika Bambaataa and the Zulu Nation rocked some pretty unique ensembles. Coming at the close of the disco era, the emcees weren't afraid of leather pants, sequins, feathers and mod asymmetrical eye wear. Check Bambaataa's garb, modern, relevant, controversial and classic all at the same time.  (Photo: Capitol Records)

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Afrika Bambaataa - One of the architects of hip hop, Afrika Bambaataa and the Zulu Nation rocked some pretty unique ensembles. Coming at the close of the disco era, the emcees weren't afraid of leather pants, sequins, feathers and mod asymmetrical eye wear. Check Bambaataa's garb, modern, relevant, controversial and classic all at the same time. (Photo: Capitol Records)

Parliament Funkadelic - This band of psychedelic purveyors of funk has never admitted to being of this world. Leader George Clinton, has always been deemed a musician before his time, which explains why they're classic hits influence artists decades later. Their unorthodox style and incomparable stage performance transports fans into the cosmos.  (Photo: Capitol Records)

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Parliament Funkadelic - This band of psychedelic purveyors of funk has never admitted to being of this world. Leader George Clinton, has always been deemed a musician before his time, which explains why they're classic hits influence artists decades later. Their unorthodox style and incomparable stage performance transports fans into the cosmos. (Photo: Capitol Records)

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Bootsy Collins - With four decades of funk, bass guitarist Bootsy Collins has yet to put down his instrument, or his platform boots, bright bell-bottom jumpsuits, top hats and star-shaped sunglasses. From the groovy sound of his voice and music to his outrageous get-up, Bootsy has always been out of this world.  (Photo: Robert Knight Archive/Redferns)

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Bootsy Collins - With four decades of funk, bass guitarist Bootsy Collins has yet to put down his instrument, or his platform boots, bright bell-bottom jumpsuits, top hats and star-shaped sunglasses. From the groovy sound of his voice and music to his outrageous get-up, Bootsy has always been out of this world. (Photo: Robert Knight Archive/Redferns)

The Life of the Party - Queen Bee is always the main attraction. A true trendsetter, Lil Kim rocks a platinum studded gown with matching gloves and headpiece.  (Photo by Jim Smeal/WireImage)

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Lil Kim - The Queen Bee was hip hop's breakout female emcee in the world of fashion. Serving as Marc Jacob's muse or gracing the pages of Harper's Bazaar, Vibe and Nylon magazine, Lil Kim was merging hip hop and high end brands with ease. From her unforgettable jumpsuit and matching pasty to photo shoots with David LaChappelle and the famous image of Kim covered in Louis Vuitton logos, Kim's early millennium style was the stuff of legend. (Photo: Jim Smeal/WireImage)

Madonna - From the moment she stepped on the scene, Madonna has played dangerously close to the edge with her music, style and personal life. Now over 50, she still gives the up-and-comers a run for their money as they still strive to have just a bit of Madonna's global influence.  (Photo: Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)

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Madonna - From the moment she stepped on the scene, Madonna has played dangerously close to the edge with her music, style and personal life. Now over 50, she still gives the up-and-comers a run for their money as they still strive to have just a bit of Madonna's global influence. (Photo: Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)

Katy Perry - "E.T." singer Katy Perry loves to play dress up. From wigs and zany accessories to thematic costumes, Perry is always a standout on the red carpet and easily spotted in the audience of award shows. Her music and her outfits take fans on a trip.   (Photo:  Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)

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Katy Perry - "E.T." singer Katy Perry loves to play dress up. From wigs and zany accessories to thematic costumes, Perry is always a standout on the red carpet and easily spotted in the audience of award shows. Her music and her outfits take fans on a trip.  (Photo:  Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)

Willow Smith - This tiny style maven has had more looks than most adults in Hollywood. Willow Smith, the ballerina/singer and daughter to Will and Jada, has rocked a Mohawk, a Caesar and multiple hair hues. We'll continue to take note of her evolving style.     (Photo:  Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)

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Willow Smith - This tiny style maven has had more looks than most adults in Hollywood. Willow Smith, the ballerina/singer and daughter to Will and Jada, has rocked a Mohawk, a Caesar and multiple hair hues. We'll continue to take note of her evolving style.   (Photo:  Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)

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Rihanna - Who hasn't tried to copy Rihanna's style? From head to foot, hairdos to tattoos, Rihanna's got a look that guys and girls alike are drawn to. Here, the pop singer looks like she could float above her adoring fans with these billowing sleeves and not a hair on her perfectly coifed head would move out of place.  (Photo: Big Pictures)

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Rihanna - Who hasn't tried to copy Rihanna's style? From head to foot, hairdos to tattoos, Rihanna's got a look that guys and girls alike are drawn to. Here, the pop singer looks like she could float above her adoring fans with these billowing sleeves and not a hair on her perfectly coifed head would move out of place. (Photo: Big Pictures)

Kanye West - Everyone knows Kanye West loves fashion. He raps about his favorite labels, designed a shoe for Louis Vuitton and now has his own women's line of apparel. But, as per Yeezy's usual style, he can sometimes go overboard. Like this lavender suit he wore to the 2006 Grammys ? he looks like a future throwback of a mobster. (Photo:  Matthew Simmons/Getty Images)

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Kanye West - Everyone knows Kanye West loves fashion. He raps about his favorite labels, designed a shoe for Louis Vuitton and now has his own women's line of apparel. But, as per Yeezy's usual style, he can sometimes go overboard. Like this lavender suit he wore to the 2006 Grammys — he looks like a future throwback of a mobster. (Photo:  Matthew Simmons/Getty Images)

Miguel - Like R&B crooner Miguel's high-pitched vocals, his fashion sense is also next level. At once risk-taking and appealing, Miguel created a new-age standard on what a young music heartthrob should look like.  (Photo: PictureGroup)

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Miguel - Like R&B crooner Miguel's high-pitched vocals, his fashion sense is also next level. At once risk-taking and appealing, Miguel created a new-age standard on what a young music heartthrob should look like. (Photo: PictureGroup)

Kelis - Kelis can still bring all the boys to the yard, even when she pushes every fashion boundary. As the self-proclaimed "first girl to scream on a track," Kelis has never followed the crowd. Here, she channels some far-out alien queen in shiny pink spandex, Alexander McQueen booties and a long silver braid.  (Photo: John M. Heller/Getty Images)

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Kelis - Kelis can still bring all the boys to the yard, even when she pushes every fashion boundary. As the self-proclaimed "first girl to scream on a track," Kelis has never followed the crowd. Here, she channels some far-out alien queen in shiny pink spandex, Alexander McQueen booties and a long silver braid. (Photo: John M. Heller/Getty Images)

Solange Knowles - The singer and DJ made a statement in her multi-geometric print dress designed by Dries Van Noten.(Photo: Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)

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Solange Knowles - Solange Knowles is this year's fashion siren — DJ'ing the hottest designer's store openings, signing a modeling contract with Next and attracting all of the flashing lights of every red carpet event she attends. Here, Beyoncé's little sister manages to look modern, edgy and downright groovy all at the same time. (Photo: Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)

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Cassie - Model-singer and fashion it-girl Cassie is known for flaunting awesome accessories, edgy outfits and trendsetting style. When the pop star tweeted a picture of herself with one side of her head shaven, everyday girls and celebs alike mimicked Cassie's futuristic interpretation of the Mohawk. (Photo: Status Magazine)