Alright, you guys. We’ve wrung enough commentary out of this event. We ragged on Heidi, questioned Kelly, bowed down to Viola and Yara and Pink and Caleb and the Empress herself, Lady Diana. We gave an “attagirl” to Hailee and another to Selena, and found ourselves puzzled and confused about Nicole and Keith. We paid respect to Tracee’s game, sniffed at KJ’s too-small jacket and then lined a whole bunch of other guys up for judgment.
Good times, kittens. Good times. But it all has to end some time. So dry your eyes and hitch up your judgin’ pants girls. Let’s put these attention-seekers to bed, good and judged.
Ansel Elgort (with Violetta Komyshan) in Givenchy
Her dress would be pretty spectacular if it was lined and she wasn’t wearing a bathing suit underneath. He’s alright.
Ashley Simpson in Christian Siriano
It’s pretty old-school, but it never really goes out of style. She looks great.
Chrissy Metz in Kiyonna
Her makeup is stunning and the dress is a cute idea. We just wish it had more of a sleeve and a neckline that lay correctly.
Ciara in Alexandre Vauthier Couture
Demi Lovato in Ester Abner
You need to stop with the Kimmy Kosplay, girl.
Garcelle Beauvais in Helmut Lang
LOVE. It was definitely a night for kickass boots.
Jenna Dewan-Tatum in Julien Macdonald
Another sort of old school look that can’t look bad on her.
Kat Graham in Ronald van der Kemp Couture
Everything about this design looks like an idea that went wrong somewhere in the process. If the skirt wasn’t so damn goofy, we’d like this a lot, though.
Kelly Clarkson in Christian Siriano
The style is a bit grandiose and old-fashioned, but she does look fantastic and she clearly loves it.
Lea Michele in J. Mendel
It’s fine. Pretty, even. But she needs a hair rethink. Actually, we think roughly 80% of celeb women need one at the moment.
Madelaine Petsch in Fabiana Milazzo
Sadie Sink in Prada
It’s a pretty dress, but we’d love it a lot more if the lining wasn’t the same shade as her skin.
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