Scream 2009 Awards

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What Happened To Jaime King?

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As hard as it may be, we’re going to look past Jaime King‘s insane hairdo and horrendous dress she wore to the Scream Awards to make a desperate plea for her physical well-being. Once voluptuous as she starred in Sin City (pictured at the 2005 premiere on the left), the supermodel and actress is now disturbingly frail. The 30-year-old has consistently been listed on Maxim‘s Hot 100 lists for the last decade, but it seems the one-time heroin addict has let her health fall by the wayside. We’re hoping she brings back the curves- and soon! [Photos: Getty Images]

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Style Wars: Hotties Gone Frumpy

Horrific fashion was abound at Spike TV’s Scream Awards over the weekend, and two traditionally tantalizing ladies let us down. Jessica Alba looked sad in a conservative metallic number while Megan Fox‘s attempt at retro in red came off frumpy and forgettable. Both their ensembles and facial expressions were less than enthused, but who looked more miserable?

Other fashion disasters included Eliza Dushku‘s unflattering sequined frock, Christina Ricci‘s boring black satin tunic, and Jaime King‘s ill-fitting patchwork dress with wacky hair. Johnny Depp made a rare appearance at the Scream Awards in his usual “eccentric” garb. See pics below. [Photos: Getty Images]

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Spike Announces The Scream 2009 Award Nominees

The world of science fiction and fantasy are more mainstream than ever, thanks mainly to awesome writing and originality in Hollywood and beyond. (For proof, we offer up the fact that we are personally not into most science fiction yet we count “Battlestar Galactica” as a favorite show). Spike TV will be recognizing the best of those genres in the upcoming Scream Awards, a show that honors the best in sci-fi, fantasy, comics and horror and encompasses films, TV and comic books. Where else will movies like Twilight and Watchmen compete against Drag Me To Hell and Transformers?

This isn’t your (genetically modified-half robot-flesh eating) grandma’s award show, however. With categories like “Most Memorable Mutilation” and “Holy Sh*t Scene Of The Year”, the awards will probably be as exciting as the nominated scenes they plan to honor.

View a few of our favorite categories with their nominees after the jump.

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