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ScarJo stuns at MTV Movie Awards

Published 13/04/2015

Scarlett Johansson
Scarlett Johansson

Scarlett Johansson showed off her enviable post-baby figure at the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday.

The Avengers actress gave birth to her first child, daughter Rose Dorothy, in September last year. And the new mom showed off her enviable figure in the colourful one-piece by designer Zuhair Murad. The jumpsuit featured cut-out detail along the neckline and Scarlett teamed it with multicoloured pastel sandals and a mint green clutch bag.

Someone else who made a colourful addition to proceedings was Blended actress Bella Thorne. The 17-year-old showed off her pins in a patterned dress by Peter Pilotto. The garment featured blue and purple hues with a delicate lace neckline. She added matching purple shoes and clutch bag to complete the look.

Someone who didn't get the colour memo was Jennifer Lopez. The 45-year-old stuck to classic black in a Versace jacket and skirt. However it wasn't a tame affair, as it featured a plunging neckline that showed off her cleavage and a short hemline which revealed her toned, tanned legs. She elongated her pins even further with a pair of sky-high black sandals by Giuseppe Zanotti and cinched her waist in with a chunky belt. Jennifer added gold accessories to complete her monochrome look.

Rebel Wilson also opted for the slimming hue for her blue carpet entrance. The Pitch Perfect actress wore a cape dress, but as you would expect from the exuberant Australian, all wasn't as it seemed as the inside of the cape was a shocking pink colour. The 29-year-old matched her shoes to the lining but the surprises didn't stop there. Later in the show she appeared on stage in a huge pair of white angel wings, which she wore with black leather-look pants and an embellished bralet which also had fringe detail.

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