Fashion Freakouts at Ke$ha's Get $leazy Tour

​No doubt there was plenty of $leaziness going on at the Ke$ha show last night. We're talking drunk dudes, wasted moms pulling down their tube tops, people with crunchy hair booty dancing on their seated friends. It was a little bit of a shit show.

The way that people were dressed was pretty entertaining, though. Fans of Ke$ha and LMFAO were in full effect, wearing facepaint, blue lipstick, animal print, American flags, Indian headdress, handmade Ke$ha shirts, and lots of bright colors.

We recorded a few of the best costumes of the evening, including these two boyz, clearly fans of both Daft Punk and animal print. Love the undies, guys!

The crowd was young. Very young. Most of the kiddies at Ke$ha weren't dressed like whores, though. Like these three ladies. They're decorated modestly with a little face paint.​ The one in the middle is very advanced. She understands there's no crying in fashion. (Keep that in mind while scoping out the next few ensembles.)

There was even the token exposed Miami'd-out raver, complete with glowing pacifier and neon boobs.

The guy with the blue mohawk got mad cheers every time he ​walked down to his seat. He was a crowd pleaser, even doing a little dance here and there. Sharing lipstick, though, guys ... Bad idea. Think about the consequences of swapping spit at a concert qualified as "sleazy."

​These shoes definitely belong on the guy with the frameless glasses from LMFAO.

Please see the accompanying article to explain why the shirt in the middle ​means something. The one on the right, it's kind of funny because it's LMFAO's hit song, and we're actually in Miami, and the person who took this photo is a bitch. Makes sense.

These two ladies just look absolutely fabulous in their DayGlo gear and fancy-ass tutus. Look at that knit beret. So cute!

Here this girl's got sexy, somewhat sleazy DIY covered with the bow and headband. Someone's elementary school art teacher is patting themselves on the back right now!

This guy is wearing what looks like a vintage girl's shirt and doing it with a bit of class at a place where you're supposed to look like a dirtbag. Impressive! We salute you, friend, for your good taste.

Love the little girls being little girls in the puff paint and jean shorts. ​

One word here: Grrrrrowwwllll.

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