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GoFugYourself.com: Bad Fashion on the Web

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GoFugYourself.com: Bad Fashion on the Web

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GoFugYourself.com: Bad Fashion on the Web

GoFugYourself.com: Bad Fashion on the Web

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GoFugYourself target du jour: Designer Bobby Trendy attends the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at Smashbox Studios in Culver City, Calif. Katy Winn/Getty Images hide caption

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Alex Chadwick talks with Jessica Morgan, co-creator of GoFugYourself.com — a humorous Web site which has just won an award for best writing in a blog.

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The site features less-than-flattering pictures of celebrities, along with some very funny captions and tongue-in-cheek advice to celebrities who have crossed the line from ugly to "fugly."