The show, airing Monday, was managed by Tiffany Haddish and drew Chris Pratt, Nick Jonas, Chadwick Boseman, Aubrey Plaza, Olivia Munn & more.
The 2018 MTV Movie & Television set Awards, which took place on Saturday, proved to be a assortment of fashion firsts and risks as starlets walked the red carpet just outside of Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California.
“It was just a little out of the box for me,” nominee and “Riverdale” celebrity Madelaine Petsch confessed as airplanes took off above the location, located within Santa Monica airport terminal. “I’m not used to putting on color or sparkles, but Personally i think self-assured,” she said of her Prada outfit. While positioning her beau Travis Mills’ hands, whom she affectionately referred to as her ‘security blanket,” she said, “My zipper broke today, so I’m safety-pinned in. Each and every prize show something happens to my outfit. He comes and keeps my palm and breathes with me. He maintains my stress away, therefore i don’t weep.”
And even though they aren’t a real-life couple, on-screen set Tessa Thompson and LaKeith Stanfield who co-star in the approaching film, “Sorry to FRUSTRATE YOU” were up for the coordination problem. “I’ve never worn red, it sort of feels as though a dare,” Thompson said of her Rosie Assoulin look. “But Keith dispatched me a picture of what he’s using and we thought it would be fun to come as prom dates.”
“Westworld” legend Thompson, who went to Santa Monica High School, is also a singer. She revealed that for the “Creed” sequel credited in November, she documented some music for the soundtrack. “I got eventually to utilize a wonderful producer known as Lucid Gordon who have made all of the Childish Gambino data and he have scored Dark colored Panther and I come from a musical family so it is cool to sort of explore that.” Thompson’s daddy has a strap called Chocolate Genius Inc. and said she grew up listening to everything from Nina Simone, Joni Mitchell along with the Rolling Stones to Cypress Hill, Wu Tang Clan and Portishead. “That’s certainly kind of your creativity for the music that we made, type of electric R&B,” she said.
“Thirteen EXPLANATIONS WHY” star Katherine Langford, making her second appearance in as many show seasons, came in a custom Armani pantsuit and headpiece. “I play a 17-year-old gal,” said the 22 12 months old. “It’s hard to explain but essentially she’s dealing with the reality that of her classmates start spontaneously combusting. I’d say it’s like a rom-com-sci-fi.”
Earlier on, MTV web host Liza Koshy quipped about her fashion development, “The first time I arrived in Wet Seal or something. NOW I AM here putting on Prabal Gurung.” As one of the new hosts of MTV’s reboot of “Double Dare,” Koshy was thrilled to see Tiffany Haddish emcee the show. “I’m the knock-off Tiffany Haddish,” she joked.
Echoing that sentiment, Storm Reed gushed, “I’m excited to see Tiffany Haddish. She’s so unapologetically real and Black. She’s only a queen.”
Sincerity may be rare in Hollywood, but the theme played on as Lena Waithe spoke of the Trailblazer Honor that she would be honored with later in the night (the prizes show won’t air until Monday evening, but Waithe’s award was revealed in advance). “It means to be your real do it yourself,” she said. “You can’t help but to blaze a trail because no-one has done it before. I didn’t want to be white; I didn’t desire to be straight. I needed to be dark. I wanted to be gay as f–k. Initially I was stressed, but then I used to be like, ‘That’s dope, that’s who I am. I’m a masculine presenting lesbian; I have no idea how to be anything other than that. When people see me they see something to connect to because I’m just myself.”
The wedding ceremony, which also honors Chris Pratt, drew names like Kim Kardashian, Zendaya, Nick Jonas, Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Aubrey Plaza, Mandy Moore, Kristen Bell, Seth Rogan, Olivia Munn and Yara Shahidi.