Hollywood's hottest stars shined brightly — quite literally — on the 2010 MTV Movie Awards red carpet, as sparkle and bling dominated the evening's sartorial choices along with white-hot and bold blue shades.
"Jersey Shore" star and red-carpet correspondent Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi flaunted her curves in a white Dolce & Gabbana minidress with a diamond mosaic design, while co-star Sammi "Sweetheart" Giancola rocked a black-and-white bandage-style dress. "Beastly" star Vanessa Hudgens was also white-hot in a frilly, empire-waist, white Jenny Packham frock with silver-jeweled detailing, as Paris Hilton showed off her gams in a cream-colored feathered mini by Blumarine. And the girls weren't the only ones working their summer whites, as "Jersey Shore" star Vinny Guadagnino walked the carpet in a white suit jacket paired with a white T-shirt and jeans.
Blue was the other standout color of the night, though, sometimes it manifested itself in unexpected ways. "California Gurls" singer Katy Perry showed up in a bright blue wig, which seems to be her new go-to awards show 'do, as she sported a similar wig at the Kids' Choice Awards in March. Although Perry joked she'd be naked during Sunday's (June 6) performance, she actually showed up nude, well, wearing nude in a long-sleeve sheer number with strategically placed rhinestones.
Lindsay Lohan bared plenty of cleavage in a sparkling silver Pamella Roland jumpsuit, as did "Eclipse" star Elizabeth Reaser, clad in a slightly more demure black tuxedo-style jumpsuit. Couture was the word for songstress
"Up in the Air" nominee Anna Kendrick was arguably one of the most colorful dressers of the night in a flirty, floral-print red Zac Posen dress. "The City" star Whitney Port also opted for color: a cheery yellow-and-gray minidress that played well off her blond hair.
For the men, the standard uniform seemed to be a suit jacket and jeans.
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