That's the way it is: Celine Dion's fashion flop lands her at the top of Yahoo voters' worst dressed list

In January, we introduced a new Yahoo Canada feature where lifestyle editors put the fashion reigns in your hands. 

Each week, we’re asking readers to lend us their sartorial eye and tell us which star had the best and worst ensemble.

Last week’s votes are in — and the winner (and loser) have been declared! Did we miss someone? Let us know in the comments below.

Best Dressed

Mandy Moore (Getty Images)

This week was a close one! With 29 per cent of votes, Mandy Moore’s custom off-the-shoulder Jason Wu gown won fans over. The “This Is Us” star dazzled in the elegant number at the SAG Awards.

ALSO SEE: VOTE: Best and worst dressed celebrity of the week (Feb. 1)

Taraji P. Henson (Getty Images)

Coming in a close second place, with 22 per cent of the vote, was Taraji P. Henson. The “Empire” star dazzled in a plunging, curve-hugging Ralph & Russo number at the premiere of her latest film, “What Men Want.”

Worst Dressed

Celine Dion (Getty Images)

Last week, fans named Celine Dion’s Paris Fashion Week look as their favourite of the week — but unfortunately, this week, the Canadian songstress is on the other end of things. A whopping 74 per cent of Yahoo Canada voters named Dion’s nautical-inspired look the worst of the week. Better luck next week, Celine. 

ALSO SEE: 43 per cent of Yahoo Canada users thought this was the worst look of the week

Michael B. Jordan (Getty Images)

In a distant second place, with 15 per cent of votes, was Michael B. Jordan. Yahoo Canada readers thought Jordan’s navy blue double-breasted suit was on point, but the watercolour Louis Vuitton harness he wore on top, although fashion forward, failed to impress.

Who will readers choose next? Check back on Friday for this week’s poll!

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