It’s the 2014 MTV Movie Awards and the celebrity arm candy looks sweet and delicious. With one of Hollywood’s biggest nights upon us, you know the stars stepped onto the red carpet looking fierce… and made sure to bring some lovely hotties with them too. So who were the most appealing couples at tonight’s big shindig?
No one wants to be the worst-dressed celebrity on the MTV Movie Awards red carpet. But it’s not enough to look good. After all, this is the MTV Movie Awards so you’ve also got to look young, hip and cool. As a result, celebs take horrible fashion risks. Most of the time, they don’t pay off. We’re sad to say it, but Victoria Justice, Pia Mia Perez and Johnny Knoxville gambled and lost. Here it is, folks: The worst-dressed celebrities at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards!
There are some things that British men do best: making a pot of tea, playing dastardly villains and wearing the bejesus out of a tailored suit. I mean, “Hot damn, British men!” In honor of how gosh darn good these guys look all cleaned up, we’re ranking the best British men in suits.
Whether you are new to makeup or totally obsessed, here are five easy tips that will help you look like a celebrity. Rihanna, Adriana Lima, Khloé Kardashian and many other stars are sporting bold lips this season as if it’s their best accessory.
The Oscars and “worst-dressed” don’t go hand in hand for most celebrities. After all, the most rich, beautiful and famous people in the world converge on Hollywood to give us a glorious night of red carpet fashion. Unfortunately, not everyone shows up to the Oscars looking good. In fact, some of our favorite celebrities make massive fashion faux pas. Julia Roberts, Kerry Washington & more are the worst-dressed celebrities of the 2014 Oscars red carpet.
Tonight, the stars of the silver screen will put on gorgeous gowns and elegant tuxes for the 2014 Oscars. Last night, though, they looked like a bunch of riff raff at the 2014 Film Independent Spirit Awards. The Oscars might be the epitome of Hollywood glamour, but the Independent Spirit Awards ceremony takes place on a beach and celebrates the hipsters of the film industry. Here are the five worst-dressed celebrities from last night’s low key awards show.
Once upon a time in Hollywood, actresses and pop divas arrived at award shows in prim and proper dresses that covered up their décolletage. Then, came the 1990s and celebrities discovered that showing some skin could get them some serious press. Since then collars have been cut lower and cleavage has been raised higher. Starlets have dared to bare not only skin, but also their actual breasts.
If you’re still pissed that Kate Upton didn’t get the Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition cover for the third year in a row, you can calm down (a little) now. Upton might not be one of the three bathing beauties whose booties grace the 50th Anniversary cover, but she still kind of wins. See, Upton got the flip side cover and it might be hotter than the one with Nina Agdal, Lily Aldridge and Chrissy Teigen…
Sports Illustrated is about to unveil its 50th annual swimsuit edition. The sexy staple has launched the careers of countless up-and-coming models and featured some of the most beautiful women to ever walk this earth in a two piece. However, the bathing beauties who have graced the issues cover have done more than just made their mark on the world of bikinis; they’ve also made some massive bank. So who’s the most successful Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition cover model of all time? We’re counting up their dollars and counting them down to the richest one of them all.
You might not know who Cara Delevingne is by name, but you definitely know her face. She’s on magazine covers and billboards. She’s strutting down the catwalk in Paris and in the Victoria’s Secret show. She’s making out with Michelle Rodriguez at a basketball game and getting linked with Harry Styles. So what’s the model’s secret? She’s more than just a pretty face. She’s a real wild child with an infectious personality–and she’s got the scandalous Instagram pics to prove it.