It was a packed red carpet for the 2021 MTV Movie & TV Awards, so here is a look at the rest of the attendees who grace the Hollywood Palladium on Sunday (May 16) in Los Angeles, California.
Yvonne Orji did what she does best; bring plenty of colour and drama to the red carpet.
This rainbow hued Mimi Plange was such a fun way to announce yourself back into the spotlight.
There is never a dull moment when Yvonne is around.
David Yurman jewels completed her look.
Taylour Paige joined her Zola co-star Riley Keough in opting for Gucci sequins.
The sequin bolero wasn’t the highlight. It was the sheer lace dress which she styled with heart-shaped nipped covers which her stylist Jamie Mizrahi shared on Instagram.
Remember when I said I felt I was done with the Versace Spring 2021 collection?
Well, Madison Bailey in this Versace tresor de la mer ruffled skirt and cardigan combo is the final nail on that coffin.
Yikes 😬. This has an ‘everything and the kitchen sink’ feel about it.
There is way too much going on.
Christian Louboutin Loubigirl pink sandals completed her look.
I don’t expect drama from the actress, so this all black look feels very much in keeping with her no fuss style.
Sophia Webster Coco Crystal pumps completed her look.
Kathryn Hahn joined her ‘WandaVision’ co-star in wearing all black.
The highlight for me were her Misho ‘Cascade’ earrings, but I’m loving the overall sleekness of this Gabriela Hearst look.
Tiktoker Addison Rae ensured she wouldn’t go unnoticed on this red carpet wearing a Christopher Esber Fall 2021 “revealing” look, which I’m not surprised, offended or moved by at all.
My only thought was that the accessory around her waist looks incredibly uncomfortable.
While this Giorgio Armani Fall 2020 metallic dress is stunning. It feels too mature for Lana Condor. And it feels too moody for this event.
Messika jewels completed her look.
Either this Louis Vuitton Spring 2021 look isn’t working, or Victoria Pedretti is failing to sell it.
I feel like with her simple version of the runway trousers this could’ve worked. But not with those shoes.
Judging by Antonia Gentry’s tweed combo, Valentino are ensuring that everyone knows who she is wearing. Much like Thuso Mbedu’s look from last week.
Messika jewels and Christian Louboutin Jonatina sandals completed her look.
I didn’t love a lot from this event, but I adore Madelyn Cline’s Versace red number.
Simple, chic and sexy with red Swarovski crystal sandals providing the finishing touch.
Credit: Vogue.com & Getty
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