So, I don’t like this look. She looks pretty because she is pretty and it’s a pretty dress, too, but it’s not a great fit for her body–
You have to love an awards show that names James Van Der Beek “Veteran of the Year”. Dawson, the celebrated Veteran of Young Hollywood. How oddly brilliant is that? I mean, it’s an absurd award. Hey, let’s make up a lifetime achievement award for someone who is thirty! Actually, why don’t we have Old Hollywood Awards? You know awards only given to actors over the ago of 60. And someone like Clooney could win “Up and Comer of the Year”. Or whoever the Van Der Beek of Old Hollywood is because, let’s be real, Dawson is no DiCaprio.
Anyway! Ashley Greene:
Ashley not only hosted the show, she was named Superstar of Tomorrow (Female). And no one came close to her in terms of heroine chic:
At first I was scared that Ashley Greene’s unfortunate leather mini was my best bet for a superheroine. But then Emma showed up.
True she could almost be the Joker. But the details make it come across more like a uniform than a suit. Fine line but that’s what this website is all about. Here’s the long look:
Lady Gaga continues to transcend any category at all. And with careful and calculated deliberation.
There was no ZAC EFRON on the women’s side last night. Really, all the men were more super. There were maybes, like this on John Henson’s Guest:
I would really love to really see this look because what I imagine from this one glimpse is amazing. I picture a black jumper that ends in hot pants with a flowy pink cover-up and I picture it on a girl who could be Kara Zor-El. Maybe it is for the best this is it for photos because I’d be so disappointed if it wasn’t that.