The Most Talked-About Red Carpet Looks From the Teen Choice Awards


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It may not have the cachet of the Met Gala or the glamour of the Oscars, but the Teen Choice Awards has youthful spirit on its side. Millions of votes were cast for the awards that will be handed out tonight, and you'll definitely recognize the list of nominees. Riverdale and the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, for instance, earned frequent nominations in the TV category, while Avengers: Endgame and Men in Black: International are up for multiple awards in the movie category. 

For the big night, both Taylor Swift and Zendaya wore short shorts on the red carpet. Lucy Hale wore a sleek minidress with Andrea Wazen heels and Swarovski jewelry while newly engaged Sarah Hyland showed off her ring wearing a crop top and miniskirt. Jessica Alba and Noah Centineo were among the other stylish attendees—scroll down to see all the red carpet looks from the 2019 Teen Choice Awards. 


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WHO: Zendaya

WEAR: Jacquemus top and shorts; BaubleBar earrings


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WHO: Taylor Swift

WEAR: Versace jacket, top, and shorts; Emily P. Wheeler ring


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WHO: Chloe and Halle Bailey


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WHO: Lucy Hale

WEAR: Andrea Wazen shoes; Swarovski jewelry


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WHO: Sarah Hyland

WEAR: Teresa Helbig top and skirt; Loriblu shoes


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WHO: Jessica Alba


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WHO: Noah Centineo


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WHO: Maddie Ziegler

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