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Last night, Hollywood’s hottest young things turned it out for the Teen Choice Awards. Taylor Swift, Zooey Deschanel, Carly Rae Jepson, the cast of Glee, and more donned their flashiest mini-dresses and strutted their stuff. Despite the fact that she skipped the pink carpet, we’re partial to Kristen Stewart’s Roberto Cavalli ensemble. Who do you think was best dressed?
The Teen Choice Awards rolled out their blue carpet last night and for those of you as far out of their teens as we are, it’s the one where honorees win surfboards. Anyway! While we managed to only recognize about two-thirds of the attendees (apparently we need to beef up on our CW television line-up), we were able to separate the good from the bad looks and the boring from the bold ones.
At last night’s Teen Choice Awards, Zac Efron showed up with yet another hair trend, this time involving a very un-Zac-like mustache. But what we were really distracted by had nothing to do with his hair.
It’s always fun to see a summer red carpet, particularly at an event as typically playful as the Teen Choice Awards. The event — and its attendees — are young enough and fun enough to make for an exciting and fashion-forward showing. Unfortunately, last night’s awards ceremony was full of strange patterns and awkward colors, and left us wondering: is this really what the kids are wearing these days? Or is it just bad?
Miley Cyrus’ controversial Vanity Fair spread may have been in the name of art, but there was nothing artistic about cavorting around a stripper pole on an ice cream cart in shortie-shorts doing oversexed dance moves at Monday’s Teen Choice Awards. Miley’s fame and fan base will not be affected by Monday’s dance. But the shift into overdrive of Miley’s sexualization cannot go unnoticed. From VF all the way to the stripper pole, this girl is growing up fast. Or being grown up fast.