Young Hollywood Awards Red Carpet

Posted on June 15, 2012

Darlings, it was the 14th Annual Young Hollywood Awards, where there is no red carpet; merely a photo booth into which the stars are shoved for extremely tense-looking pictures taken from incredibly unflattering angles!

It is so ON!

Alex Pettyfer

We feel that we cannot properly judge the merits of this outfit because it’s so wildly distorted, giving him Easter Island head and a body that looks like it’s about 11 feet long. At any rate, the jacket looks nice. His shirt needed pressing, though.


Aubrey Plaza

 Cute, but she desperately needs jewelry.


Bella Thorne in Maria Lucia Hohan

 Very cute.


Cody Horn in Marios Schwab

 Not bad. Who would’ve thought something called the Young Hollywood Awards would have a relatively polished red carpet?


Cody Kennedy

 That dress is adorable but that purse is out of proportion.


Cymphonique Miller

 Shoes all wrong, needed more jewelry.


Ginnifer Goodwin (in Monique Lhuillier) and Josh Dallas

They look like they’re stopping by on the way to their wedding. Which speaks to how put together they are, we guess. But Sweet Jesus on a Breadstick, these two are the very definition of “bland.”


James Van Der Beek



Jamie Hyder

 Not bad, but not great, either. Kinda dull, actually.


Jayme Dee

Well, at least it’s not dull. The dress looks like cheap curtains and the shoes look like bedroom slippers. Thank you, Jayme Dee, for giving us something to work with.


Madisen Beaty in Ted Baker

 Pretty dress, maybe a but too fancy for the event. Hate the shoes.


Miranda Cosgrove in Versus

 Cute, but (say it with us now) HATE THE SHOES.


Nick Krause

 Okay, we don’t care how weirdly distorted things look in the Photo Booth of Distortion, that shit doesn’t fit him at all.


Sierra McCormick

Cute. Like a chorus girl in a ’30s musical. She needs a hat shaped like a dollar sign.


Whitney Cummings

 A little too Grande Dame for the event. And too brown.


[Photo Credit: Getty]

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