Selena, who landed Choice Red Carpet Fashion Icon - Female nom, wears a white BCBG, while Kim made an eye-grabbing appearance in a black skintight bandage dress at the August 8 event.
A number of stars dazzled the cameras outside the Gibson Amphitheater in Universal City, California where 2010 Teen Choice Awards took place on Sunday night, August 8. Among the early arrivals at the night ceremony were Selena Gomez, Kim Kardashian, Kristen Bell, Cory Monteith, Chace Crawford and Emma Roberts.
Up for five prizes at the event, Selena opted a white BCBG in a bid to steal a Choice Red Carpet Fashion Icon - Female kudo. Meanwhile, reality TV star Kim looked fabulous in a black skintight bandage dress and a matching clutch. Kim struck a pose for camera frenzy along with her sisters, Kourtney Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Kendall Jenner, as well as NBA star Lamar Odom.
"When in Rome" star Kristen stole the spotlight with Stella McCartney Fall '10 dress which boasts a sheer panel overlay and heavily embroidered detail, while "Glee" actor Cory, who was up for Choice TV Actor: Comedy, donned a black suit with more casual footwear. Unlike Cory, Chace preferred to go more casual for the star-studded event in a 2-pocket shirt and dark trousers. Julia Roberts' niece, Emma, in the meantime, looked fun and flirty with her chartreuse Brian Reyes choice. She finished her look with a pair of patent booties and a mini metallic clutch.
Moreover, "Twilight" saga star Ashley Greene wore a strapless Valentino dress, Ferragamo shoes, and a Killian clutch. Joining her in a strapless-gown choice was actress Yvonne Strahovski, who completed her super sophisticated look in a neat ponytail. Other celebrities who also made appearances at the event were BooBoo Stewart, Chris Colfer, Justin Long, Mark Salling, Fivel Stewart and Kimberly Wyatt.
Although the event has been held on Sunday, August 8, FOX will only air it on Monday, at 8/7c and the taped ceremony will be streamed live on FOX.com, Ustream.tv, and TeenChoiceAwards.com. The annual ceremony was hosted by Katy Perry, while Travis McCoy, Bruno Mars and Jason Derulo were tapped to make performances.