Mila Kunis & Timberlake

June 7, 2011 by Post Team 

Mila Kunis & TimberlakeMila Kunis & Timberlake, Spike TV Guys Choice is not the typical Hollywood awards honoring celebrities and spectators always see the same category. This show is a star-studded event with what you want, including innovative and creative categories and a nice group of ladies trophy. Guys Choice – is chosen by the kids, for kids.

Spike TV presents two of his most famous entertainment giant honors Keith Richards and Sean Penn in 2011 “Guys Choice” event. God rock Keith Richards was awarded the shows’ brass balls honor for his contributions to the music industry, while Penn met with members of the cast of “Fast Times At Ridgemont High” as the symbolic coming-out of age comedy was included in the Guy Movie Hall of Fame. Oscar-winning actor Robert De Niro presented both awards. Recorded Saturday, June 4 at Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, CA, releases fifth edition of the event on Friday June 10 at 9:00 PM ET / PT. (Photo © 2011 Joe Martinez / PictureLux)

Red carpet fashion highlights: Just one Scarlett Johansson looked stunning in reaching the 2011 Spike TV Guys Choice Awards red carpet in Los Angeles. After reportedly splitting with the actor Sean Penn, earlier this week, the actress walked the red carpet in a Valentino dress in black and white.
Eva Mendes went for a more colorful look at a Roland Mouret dress and shoes Tabatha Simmons. The necklace was of YSL and Chanel bag was. The 37-year-old figure hugging dress was very flattering.
Mila Kunis (winner of the ‘Holy Grail of Hot’ of the night Award0 Givenchy armadillo wearing a print blouse and matching skirt – a style of Christian Louboutin heels n*ked ‘Lady peep’, jewelry C. Greene and coral fringed Bottega Veneta Mini Clutch leather.
Victoria’s Secret model and actress Rosie Huntington Whiteley Transformers, depth wore a white low maximum row with a thigh high split

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