Basically, Everyone Wore Black To The MTV Movie Awards

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We're going to be totally honest: The fashion choices at the annual MTV Movie Awards are ones that rarely hit middle ground. In other words, they're either really good, or, well, really questionable. And this year was no exception. Landing on both sides of the style spectrum, the red carpet featured an array of celebrities who flaunted their DGAF attitude towards dressing up, serving up lewks so good and so memorable, we're betting they'll have a trickle down effect that rivals that of Taylor Swift and matching sets. Of course, there were also those selections that left us completely puzzled; pieces that will likely go down in history with other infamous outfits, like the one an uber-bronzed Paris Hilton wore in 2003.

Since we prefer to celebrate the all stars rather than dwell on those who missed the mark, ahead you'll find 14 celebrities who really did the damn thing: Cara Delevingne revived her "Bad Blood" alter-ego, R29 fave Baddie Winkle went all music festival-ed out, and KenGi upstaged everyone (except each other, obviously). Oh, and basically everyone pulled a Jay Z and stuck to #allblackeverything. Click through to see looks that have us (and the rest of the internet) talking.
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Do those faux bangs and Versace suit have Gigi Hadid looking like a Bond girl, or is it just us?

Versace suit, Tom Ford shoes, Anine Bing bra, Lili Claspe necklace, and rings by Le Vian, Doves Jewelry, and Sutra Jewels.
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Reason #98,493 we love Baddie Winkle: She lives (and dresses for) every day like it's Electric Daisy Carnival.

BCALLA suit, YRU shoes.
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Lizzy Caplan shows us the grown-up way to wear sequins — and we're all about it.

Sally LaPointe dress.
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The best one-pieces give the illusion that they're two separate items when they aren't. Nice work, Holland Roden.

Christian Siriano jumpsuit.
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What do you get when you pair Charlize Theron with an Alexander McQueen dress? Three words: Drop. Dead. Gorgeous.

Alexander McQueen dress, Jimmy Choo shoes.
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We were wondering who'd be one of the first to wear that Alexander Wang collection IRL and couldn't be happier that it was Daisy Ridley.

Alexander Wang dress.
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If you've got it, flaunt it. (Halle Berry, you are our idol).

Noam Hanoch dress, Jimmy Choo shoes.
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Sure, Kendall's Kristian Aadnevik high-low dress was super sexy, but our minds just can't stop wondering: How long did those DSquared2 shoes really take to lace up?

Kristian Aadnevik dress, DSquared2 shoes, Lorraine Schwartz jewelry.
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Classic Jessica Chastain in classic Givenchy. If it ain't broke, don't fix it, right?

Givenchy dress.
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Is the sheer shoulder the new off-the-shoulder? Rebel Wilson makes quite a convincing case for it.

Marina Rinaldi dress.
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Halsey takes the definition of "you do you" to the red carpet.

Custom Idan Cohen bra, shorts, and jacket.
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It's likely a crazy coincidence, but how similar does Emilia Clarke look to the illustrated faces on her Miu Miu dress?

Miu Miu dress.
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"'Cause baby now we've got bad blood...hey!"

Balmain jumpsuit, Jimmy Choo shoes.