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7 of the dodgiest outfits from the Teen Choice Awards

Shocking scenes here from Hollywood.

THE BEAUTIFUL TEENS of Hollywood were out in force last night to attend this year’s Teen Choice Awards.

The tween spectacle brought in famous faces from Disney, Nickelodeon and those pop bands your little sister likes.

But with youth, comes bad style choices–so we’re not sure what Nelly’s excuse is.

While there was a lot of good, here is the best of the bad:

1. Paramore

Whatever about the guy on the right, the other two look like they’ve been getting creative with paper and a scissors.

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2. Cody Simpson

Please let us prevent different coloured sleeves from becoming a thing.

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3. Hana Mae

Oh Hana, you gas ticket.

Y’know what, you’re right. Lady Gaga just didn’t exhaust ‘wacky’ enough.

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4. Hailee Steinfeld

Reminiscent of a dandelion.

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5. Bella Thorne

Not bad, not bad. Surely a palm tree pattern on your dress is unusual.

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Nope. This round goes to Lily Collins.

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6. Nelly

We miss the plaster, but this diamond-encrusted tshirt of a cartoon diamond skateboarding slightly makes up for it. We’ll say nothing about the shorts and runners.

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7. Miley Cyrus

Saint Laurent have gone downhill since they dropped the Yves.

You’re a mad yolk Miley, few questions for ya;

  1. Is this a dress?
  2. It this a collection of belts?
  3. Is that a shirt?
  4. Why are you doing this to our eyes?

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Y’know who looked well? McLovin. Go McLovin.

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