The MTV Movie & TV Awards have a new layout different from years past. Now with new TV award categories, unique awards like Best Actor in a Movie (thanks for pointing out the gender neutrality of it all, Emma Watson) and a host that takes on an even younger vibe than year past (even though comedic actor Adam DeVine is 33.) What hasn’t changed? The crazy fashion, of course! From Paris Jackson’s super casual look to Taraji P.’s metallics, the stars brought out their best statement attire and super risky looks ran the gamut. Let’s check out the MTV Movie & TV Awards fashion best and worst dressed celebrities.
I’ll say it once and I’ll say it again — Gucci has really turned themselves around and you can see why. Not everyone can pull off this look, least of all a 17-year old TV actress (I find it to be a more funky mature look) but I’ll to give her props anyway.
Don’t know if I’ve ever seen this girl in a bad look — even when she takes a risk!
This is flashy for Emma Watson. I haven’t seen her wear sequins — well, I don’t think I’ve ever seen her wear sequins! Have you?
Interestingly enough, Cara’s wasn’t the only shaved head to hit the red carpet.
This is a very dressed down and feminine look for Zuhair Murad — and for Zendaya, as well. But I’m delighted by it.
I think it’s the hair that is making everything pop. Allison Williams left her TV show Girls and had a makeover, and she looks sexier than ever.
I don’t know about you (and all those body shamers who ripped on it) but I loved this look!!!
Amy Schumer and Goldie Hawn didn’t make red carpet appearances, but they still caught everyone’s attention on stage.
This is definitely a LOOK, but it’s not a good one.
This would have been a great look – if Jennifer Lopez hadn’t done it years ago! And those shoes…UGH!
I almost ALMOST liked this look! Almost.
I think it goes without saying why Paris Jackson was a fail on this red carpet. “Peace.”
Photos: People.com, EOnline
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