The MTV Movie Awards have come and gone and it was quite a show. From the Les Grossman opening to Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell hanging from the ceiling (“My testicles are numb….”) to the awkwardness-as-they-tried-to-be-funny-without-actually-admitting-to-being-together when Kristen and Rob won Best Kiss, there was a whole lot going on. And who can forget Betty White’s tribute to Sandra Bullock? Or Ken Jeong channeling Lady Gaga in his leopard leotard?
Or how about the 3 times someone said “f**k” and the sensors missed it?
All in all, it was a great show, but like any award show, what really mattered at the end of the night was what everyone was wearing. And like any MTV event, there was a whole lot of good and a whole lotta OMG, WTF is that!?
The Best of the Best:
The key to rockin’ out on the MTV Movie Awards red carpet is too look cool and classy, and these ladies did it right. Jessica Biel looked ladylike, toned and fresh, and that skirt was not only super fly, but look at those legs! Scarlett Johansson’s green contrasted perfectly with her pale skin and the dress hugged her in all the right places. Not that it’s hard when you look like her. And Whitney Port‘s mini was sexy, fun and young, just like the gorgeous gal workin’ it down the carpet.
While everyone is allowed to have more fun with their MTV Award fashion than, say, the Oscars, some attendees took things a bit too far. I have no words for Katy Perry. She looks like a slutty smurf. I know she was trying to look good for her “California Gurls” performance but, seriously Katy, we do not dress like that in California. And WTF is that ’70s jumpsuit, Lindsay Lohan? I get that you are trying to hide the SCRAM bracelet, but there’s got to be a better way than a glittery, wide-legged unitard. And I don’t know who you are, Chelsea Korka, but suspenders do not make that trashtastic little ensemble red-carpet appropriate. Even J-Woww looked classier than you and, well, that’s saying a lot.
While most of the red carpet attention is on the ladies, you can’t talk about an award show red carpet and not talk about the delicious man candy. And it was extra sweet last night. I didn’t think it was possible for Paul Rudd to get any sexier, but throw a suit and some scruff on the guy and, sigh, I’m sold. Zac Efron, on the other hand, finally shaved that trash ‘stache, put on some sexy tight jeans and made me want to do evil things to Vanessa Hudgens swoon. And Mark Salling? Be still, my mohawked heart.
What did you think of the MTV Movie Awards? Who were your favorites of the night?