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MTV Movie Awards Red Carpet: Fab & Flop Fashions!

Jun. 1 2009, Published 11:59 a.m. ET

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At the MTV Movie Awards, style was front and center with an emphasis not on glamour, but rather on individuality and fashion forwardness. Compared to past years, the red carpet starlets stepped up their style in mini-dresses and cocktail numbers -- sans for LeAnn Rimes, who showed up inappropriately in a full-length gown.

Sienna Miller was the style stunner of the evening in an emerald green Swarovski-encrusted Twenty8Twelve strong shouldered long sleeve mini-dress. Leighton Meester made up for her many red carpet faux pas in an edgy cut-out Emilio De La Morena fab, curve-clinging number.

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Taraji P. Henson, always a red carpet winner, made a statement in a black and white strapless Roberto Cavalli bustier mini-dress. Lauren Conrad went dark and playful in Moschino, and Megan Fox in a super-short brocade Dolce & Gabbana strapless cocktail dress proved that her beauty transcends even the worst hair tragedy.

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When individual style comes into play, so do tragic looks-- and there were plenty to go around Sunday.

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Rumer Willis was a red carpet eyesore in a geometric, patchwork, single-shoulder dress. Miranda Cosgrove was a disappointing sequin disaster in an ill-fitting, multi-color number. LeAnn Rimes dressed for the wrong event, in a trashbag-like J. Mendel gown. Lacking fashion congeniality, Sandra Bullock sported tights in May and Twilight's Kristen Stewart, in an Yigal Azrouel dress paired with Chuck Taylors, may just be the next Avril Lavigne - a complicated, style mess.

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