You know things are tough when you’re out there using the red carpet for self-promotion. The singer-songwriter showed up at the MTV VMAs wearing this, and it’s about as awkward as one can get.
Most celebs use the red carpet to show off their looks and glam, not promote an upcoming album. But hey, whatever works?!
Giuliana Rancic Dismisses Emilia Clarke
Giuliana Rancic was in the middle of interviewing Emilia Clarke when she spotted Heidi Klum making her way over to talk. The E! co-host told the "Game of Thrones" actress, with whom she'd been talking, that she was letting her go.
Apparently, Clarke didn't hear her because she stayed in place. "You can go," Rancic repeated. Though she was polite, there was a very awkward vibe left between them as Clarke walked away.
Jerry Seinfeld Turns Down Kesha's Hug
Singer Kesha came up to Jerry Seinfeld at the David Lynch Foundation's "A Night of Laughter and Song" and asked if they could hug. Reasonable, right? Well, the comedian turned her down. She didn't give up, this time asking for "just a little one?" and he responded, "no thanks."
The truth of the matter is, Seinfeld didn't know who Kesha was, and when the reporter interviewing him explained who she was to him, he said, "Okay, well, I wish her the best."
Exes on the Red Carpet
Running to an ex is never a fun experience - especially when paparazzi are photographing you. Model Miranda Kerr looked taken aback when her ex-husband Orlando Blooms arrived on the red carpet next to her.
They were cordial, but everyone could tell the run-in was very awkward for both parties.
Björk Wears a Swan Dress
One of the most iconic and cringe-worthy moments on the red carpet was when Björk showed up to the 2001 Academy Awards dressed in a swan dress. Apart from the dress itself, Björk was awkwardly embarrassed when people didn't seem to get the "artistic" element of her outfit.
She brought along six ostrich eggs with her, dropping them carefully on the red carpet. Other celebs' bodyguards kept picking them up and handing them back to her, thinking she dropped them by accident.