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Scream Queens Lea and Emma wow at Teen Choice

Published 17/08/2015

Lea Michele
Lea Michele

The 2015 Teen Choice Awards last night was full of stylishly dressed stars, including Lea Michele and Emma Roberts.

The 28-year-old actress arrived at the Galen Center in Los Angeles in a cute Monique Lhuillier number, which highlighted her trim figure as well as showing off her flawless pins.

Red floral print on the skirt and a similar pattern in blue around the bodice broke up the clean-cut shade. Lea used this to her advantage, wearing red Christian Louboutin shoes to match the scarlet in her dress.

Meanwhile her brunette tresses were worn down in big waves and her make-up was kept natural.

Her Scream Queens co-star Emma Roberts also dazzled on the blue carpet, opting for a sophisticated midi dress by Peter Pilotto. The white design featured off-the-shoulder sleeves and an array of different colours dotted all over.

Keeping in style with her ladylike look, Emma wore white Stuart Weitzman shoes. Like Lea the blonde actress wore her enviable locks down, pulling them over her left shoulder.

One star who opted for a more daring look last night was Britney Spears, who turned up in a lace Mikael D dress with a slashed neckline and ruched skirt which was longer at the back. The design was so revealing that onlookers were left torn between focusing on her legs, cleavage and rainbow-coloured hair.

The singer posted several snaps of herself on Instagram as well as a video of herself holding up a surfboard award on stage while giving an acceptance speech.

"Thank you so much#TeenChoice for my @candiesbrand#CandiesStyleIcon award! Wearing a smile right now (sic)" she wrote alongside the clip.

Britney has worked with Candie's in the past to create a limited-edition clothing range as well as being the face of the label.

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