The Questionable Choices Of The Teen Choice Awards Red Carpet

August 12, 2019 / Posted by:

The Teen Choice Awards always draws a perplexing crowd of adults and very few actual teens. And the adults these unseen teens have chosen this year only reaffirms the stereotype that teens make questionable choices. And judging from some of these blue carpet looks, it’s not just the teen’s choices we should be questioning. Taylor Swift was awarded the first ever Teen Choice Icon award, and possibly a cease and desist letter from Barbra Eden for stealing her look. What else can I say, one day she looks like Pollyanna, the next day she looks like a rich older lady sitting at a bar in The Forum at Caesar’s Palace working on her fourth whiskey sour and her third husband. Do you like her outfit? She got it at Versayce.

Even though Cougar Town was cancelled, Candace Cameron Bure is apparently hoping for a reboot if Aunt Becky’s troubles manage to burn the Fuller House down. If Taylor is a rich Versayce-wearing Vegas divorcee, then Candace is a South Florida, Ross Dress for Less-wearing single mom with a taste for Cutty Sark and dudes who live on their boats in the marina counterpart.

Thankfully there were some younger folks at the TCAs. Actual teen, 18-year-old Zhavia Ward, asks the all important question, “Do you really want to hurt me?”, in her Boy George meets Ed Hardy inspired outfit. If the question is directed at whoever sewed 50 pounds of wool into her head, then the answer is a resounding YES! That person wants to hurt you very badly. This child may be living her best life now, but I predict that in just a few short years she’ll be joining JoJo Siwa in the Young Women’s Home For The Prematurely Bald.

Here are some more of the questionable choices made by teens and their chosen adults.


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