MTV Movie and TV Awards 2019 Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on June 18, 2019

Line up, attention-seekers! We gave some of your cohorts the spotlight treatment but the rest of you lot are going to have to make do with our drive-by judgments. Let that be a powerful lesson to you all.

 

 

Aubrey Plaza in Miu Miu

If there’s a grown ladystar out there born to wear Wednesday Addams drag, it’s definitely her. We’re surprised she doesn’t go to this well more often.

 

 

Finn Wolfhard (in Saint Laurent), Gaten Matarazzo and Noah Schnapp (in Fendi)

Noah looks amazing, head to toe; a perfectly styled look for someone his age looking to tear it up a little on the red carpet. We’ll give Finn a lot of credit for going his own high-fashion way, but this is just a bit too goofy to come off as edgy as it’s intended. Gaten isn’t too fussed with the label stuff, but he’s probably the least likely of these three to wince at these pictures in 20 years.

 

 

Jada Pinkett Smith in Dsquared2

Can’t argue with any of that.

 

 

Jameela Jamil in Balmain

Yikes. There is WAY too much going on here. Lose the chains and the goofy sleeves and this might work.

 

 

Lana Condor in Alice McCall

The proportions – short skirt, tight and low bust, enormous shoulders – are terrible.

 

 

Mj Rodriguez in Dundas

We don’t think the marigold is quite her color, but the ’80s style is exactly right for her.

 

 

 

Ross Lynch

Sure. Okay. He looks like he’s going to the Freshman Dance.

 

 

 

Storm Reid in Etro

YAAAS BABY QUEEN

It might be just a bit much for the venue, but let a girl be a little extra, we say.

 

 

 

Tiffany Haddish in Jonanthan Simkhai

Oof, no. The shape of the sleeve and the skirt are terrible.

 

 

Trixie Mattel, Katya Zamolodchikova and Alyssa Edwards

Trixie gets points for being the most on-brand, Katya gets points for wearing the most eye-popping lewk, and Alyssa gets points for serving classic drag glamour. They all get points taken away for the janky state of their wigs. Tsk, girls. Put the top up next time.

 

 

Zachary Levi in Paul Smith

This is mean and probably unfair but it comes off a bit “Youth Outreach Pastor” to us. Also, the fit is not great.

 

 

 

 

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