Sure the ESPY Awards is about awarding the best in sports, but let’s be honest, we just wanna talk about who wore what and who looked the sexiest. Am I right? And there is plenty to discuss from last night’s (July 17) show!
Let’s take a quick moment and discuss all the red and black that was happening. Selena Gomez went for as much red as possible–and apparently as much legs as possible. It was clearly a well dressed night for former Disney stars.
Also, Olivia Wilde looked beyond sexy in that Jerome C. Rousseau outfit. Work it girl, work it.
And let’s be honest folks, what is better than an award show hosted by Jon Hamm and his…umm…good friend? Oh, and how excited do you think Jason Sudeikiswas to be walking that red carpet with Olivia? I seriously love those two together. And prepare yourself for mustached Jason. It’s quite interesting.
You know the other best thing about the ESPYs? That you can see folks like Michael Phelps hanging out with Diddy. It’s too good. Launch the gallery to check out the best fashions and pairings from last night. And don’t forget the full list of winners below. What was your favorite part of the show? Tell us in the comments!
Best Male Athlete: LeBron James
Best Female Athlete: Serena Williams
Best Team: Miami Heat
Best Record-Breaking Performance: Michael Phelps, 22 Olympic medals
Best Game: Heat vs. Spurs, NBA Finals Game 6
Best Comeback: Adrian Peterspn, Minnesota Vikings
Best Breakthrough Athlete: Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco 49ers
Best Championship Performance: LeBron James, NBA Finals MVP
Best Upset: Florida Gulf Coast over Georgetown, Men’s NCAA Basketball
Best Moment: Jack Hoffman, Touchdown run in Nebrasksa spring game
Best Play: Jadeveon Clowney’s hit on Michigan’s Vincent Smith
Best NFL Player: Adrian Peterson, Minnesota Vikings
Best NBA Player: LeBron James, Miami Heat
Best MLB Player: Miguel Cabrera, Detroit Tigers
Best NHL Player: Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh Penguins
Best WNBA Player: Candace Parker, Los Angeles Sparks
Best MLS Player: Thierry Henry, New York Red Bulls
Best Driver: Ryan Hunter-Reay
Best Coach/Manager: Rick Pitino, University of Louisville
Best Fighter: Floyd Mayweather
Best Bowler: Pete Weber
Best Jockey: Joel Rosario
Best Male U.S. Olympian: Michael Phelps, Swimming
Best Female U.S. Olympian: Missy Franklin, Swimming
Best International Athlete: Usain Bolt
Best Male Golfer: Tiger Woods
Best Female Golfer: Stacey Lewis
Best Male Tennis Player: Novak Djokovic
Best Female Tennis Player: Serena Williams
Best Male College Athlete: Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M Football
Best Female College Athlete: Brittney Griner
Best Male Athlete With a Disability: Jeremy Campbell
Best Female Athlete With a Disability: Jessica Long
Best Male Action Sports Athlete: Nyjah Huston
Best Female Action Sports Athlete: Stephanie Gilmore