5 Memorable Men’s Red Carpet Looks From Tonight’s MTV Movie & TV Awards
Tonight, the MTV Movie & TV Awards airs, and we know this year’s hostess Tiffany Haddish is going to slay. But before the actual awards air, we’ve loved seeing all the looks on the MTV Movie & TV Awards red carpet.
We’re excited to see so many of our favorites vying for the golden popcorn, and we’re looking forward to seeing how favorites like Black Panther, Wonder Woman, Stranger Things and Riverdale stack up against the competition.
But before those statues get handed out, we’ll be busy gagging over our favorite MTV Movie & TV Awards red carpet looks. The 13 Reasons Why gang and Lena Waithe (this year’s MTV Trailblazer Award winner) all look fabulous and rocked last night’s red carpet with their own style. (And though he didn’t make our list, we wanted to honor Boots Riley, director of Sorry to Bother You, so he’s our featured image.)
But it’s these five celebs who really embody the free spirit of the MTV Movie & TV Awards. From Chadwick Boseman to Finn Wolfhard, they’re showing us all how it’s done.
Our 5 favorite MTV Movie & TV Awards men’s red carpet looks:
1. EJ Johnson
A little bit of bling never hurts. EJ Johnson, son of legendary basketball player Magic Johnson, dazzles us on the red carpet (as always) with Saint Laurent’s over-the-knee crystal boots.
2. Chadwick Boseman
Chadwick Boseman has his red carpet look down to a T. And clearly Boseman, the star of Black Panther, clad in this Off/White ensemble, is able to make a bold graphic print like this look chic and effortless.
3. Tommy Dorfman
The out actor and the star of 13 Reasons Why gives us Sailor Moon realness in this Thom Brown suit. No pants required.
4. Finn Wolfhard
Finn Wolfhard, one of the young protagonists of Stranger Things, looks not only age-appropriate in this Prada ensemble but particularly hip for his age. Especially with those tassel loafers.
5. Keiynan Lonsdale
Who sported your favorite MTV Movie & TV Awards red carpet look this year?
Featured image of Boots Riley, director of ‘Sorry to Bother You,’ via Getty Images