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The MTV Movie & TV Awards have once again recorded the show – and so rolled out the red carpet – two days before its broadcast (you can attend the television broadcast Monday night). Just notice: This is one of those events where participants generally tend to be big detractors for those who win the trophies. But that means you can play while you watch and see how many of our best and least well-dressed selections have ended up with equipment. We will give you a hint: Jada Pinkett Smith.
Best adaptation of a period piece: Storm Reid in Etro
From the waist up, Storm looks to have just fallen from a lavish 19thtwentieth century epic love story about Masterpiece of theaterwhile the rest is lively and summery, while remaining romantic. It's a successful mix – and unexpected – and we want more.
Shiniest: Jada Pinkett Smith
In a way, we want JPS to come and accept the Trailblazer prize by wearing JUST a blazer because we like the pun. But we can not blame him for having hit this brand so well: his shimmery costume is totally festive. and makes her look like a complete boss. We expected nothing less.
Best Blazer: Tessa Thompson
Tessa is certainly someone who is blithely experimenting on the red carpet (finding herself with Janelle Monáe may have inspired some of that recently, as they share a flair for visual drama). But Tessa is also promoting the new Men in black It is therefore perfectly normal for her to appear as a glamorous defense lawyer before going to the Galactic High Court.
The most apocalyptic: Nick Cannon in Louis Vuitton
Listen, we understand what's going on here? We dont do. We are confused by this whole situation. But we know one thing: when the world will eventually burn, at least Nick will be prepared with an expensive preparation. Even at the end of the world, a man must have his priorities.
Best Vibe: Melissa McCarthy
We are surprisingly in this wide disco combination on Melissa; Maybe it's the light chevron pattern, maybe the vampy lipstick with loose and wavy hair, maybe it's the sunglasses. Most likely they are all together – a happy convergence of good behavior and good style for the right person.
Worse Vibe: Mischa Barton
Bravo, Mischa! Okay, yes The hills is not quite L & # 39; O.C., but it comes from the kidneys of a show that was basically the reality show version of L & # 39; O.C.and it's … nothing! Store the weeds of this widow.
Most surprising: Zachary Levi in Paul Smith
Zach was the host of MTV for this event, and he absolutely did not enter the auditorium. We applaud a man who decides to go to Full Miami for any event and we salute his commitment to the turquoise color. (That's eight words we absolutely I did not think we would write this weekend.)
The most hallucinatory: Kiernan Shipka in Fendi
She plays in a show about a teenage witch. So it makes sense that our reaction to seeing Sally Draper in the past is here to ask if she has escaped us some kind of great potion. This sounds like someone who pushed one of Oompa Loompa's scenes from Willy Wonka's original film, where she sings as a bunch of trippering words fill the screen , in a tote bag. This is neither the flashback nor the worm that we were hoping for today.
The most cooked: Tiffany Haddish Jonathan Simkhai
This reminds us of a Project track offering where the designer, in total panic, stopped doing a thing and started doing all: There is a big round! A random bow hanging on it! A neckline in the heart! Ruching off-center and offbeat! A giant slot! Imagine if she had kept the sleeve and then worked that retro mood.
The most undercooked: Noah Centineo
Dude, did you miss the memo? Men's clothes are interesting now. Men's fashion is happening. Men, in men's fashion, strive to be at the height of the bar established by women for years. Take the time and choose a friend who will stop you before heading to an award ceremony wearing an old t-shirt.
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