Because the MTV Movie and TV Awards are so youth centered, there weren’t that many moms rocking the red carpet.
Of course though, the MTV OGs from The Hills and Laguna BeachAudrina Patridge and newest mom Heidi Montag were there, as was the cast from the network’s Jersey Shore: The Reunion which was up for the “Reality Royalty” award like Jennifer “JWoww” Farley and others.
My fave looks came from Jada Pinkett Smith‘s silver pant suit, Brie Larson‘s Buterfly top and pant ensemble by David Koma and Vanderpump Rules co stars Lala Kent and Stassi Schroeder in a white turtleneck and miniskirt by Magda Butrym who both looked stunning!
Shchroeder’s barely there make up looked great and the feathered boa accented her look perfectly!
Serena Williams was nominated for “Best Real Life Hero” for her work on her short HBO docu-series, Being Serena
JWoww wore a black minidress from Fashion Nova and black and white pumps. Patridge accented her black long split gown with jewels: a Liven Co snake ring, a Zoe Lev “X” ring, and silver clutch. Montag went with a vintage Gucci jumpsuit.
The Hills: New Beginningspremieres on Monday, June 24 on MTV
I didn’t get an advanced media viewing of Serena Williams’ new HBO docu series Being Serena but TV critic Linda Jones of NPR did and here is a glimpse of her review of the project:
It that follows an elite athlete through pregnancy, childbirth, a wedding, and her return to competition takes as its subject, much of the time, her body. One of the intriguing parts of Being Serena is that visually, it worships her athleticism but respects the work it takes for her to look perfect all the time in pictures. You will see her without makeup, but you will also see her put on her makeup. She is candid about her public and private faces, her public and private bodies. The traditional grace of Serena the athlete sits comfortably alongside not only her very pregnant self, but also her during-childbirth and just-after-childbirth selves, which look very differently, but just as unmistakably, graceful.
The first two half-hour episodes don’t reveal anything unexpected about Williams, but they offer little glimpses that are a lot of fun, particularly for her many fans. You see her father come to meet her daughter, you see her working out while very, very pregnant, and you see her sing — rather adorably — to her baby and pets. If you like Serena Williams and you like the idea of passing uncomplicated time soaking in her charisma (and her blinding excellence), there’s no reason to resist.
The show premieres today, May 2 and you can read the rest of the NPR review here.