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Drew Lachey Judges Pet Hospital Dog Costume Contest

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Banding together in celebration of Banfield Pet Hospital’s grand opening inside an L.A. PetSmart on La Cienega Boulevard, a plethora of ‘pup’ stars struck poses for a pop star at the “Does Your Pet Look Like a Grammy Nominee?” costume contest.

Fans of Fidos and famous faces cheered for doggie doubles of chart toppers like Adele, Taylor Swift, Rihanna and more as former Dancing with the Stars winner Drew Lachey decided which rockin’ Rover would waltz away victorious.

A presentation for a paws cause, not only did the top three canine contenders receive a year’s worth of free veterinary care through the Optimum Wellness Plan, Banfield Pet Hospital also donated 20 percent of its opening weekend revenue to the SPCALA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Los Angeles).

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Stepping into a pin-striped suit, a precocious Pomeranian named Mason nabbed the number one spot in the eyes of celebrity judge Drew Lachey, who chose the tiny tail-wagger as the winner for mimicking Bruno Mars’s smooth style.

A Maltese named Noodles was a mirror image of hip hop star Nicki Minaj:

A canine “California Gurl,” Dolce donned duds to make her look like Katy Perry:

A participating pup had a song in his heart as he lapped up the limelight at the competition:

Photo Credit: Rene Macura/AP Images for Banfield Pet Hospital

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Grace Sydney is the Assistant Editor of DogTipper.com and CatTipper.com, covering celebrity-related rescue news. She operates the @HollywoodDogs Twitter account sharing information on celebrity fundraising for rescues and shelters.

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