Last night the ladies turned it out for the ESPY Awards, which recognize outstanding athletes – because apparently merely winning is not satisfactory?
I won’t pretend to even discuss sports as if I have an inkling of interest, but some people did look amazing. Ashley Greene looked amazing in her little red number, as did softball star Jennie Finch, Brooklyn Decker (pretty in pink!) and Marissa Miller.
Niecy Nash turned it out in a figure-hugging flashy number! However, Holly Robinson Peete‘s dress just hung off her and didn’t look as if it fitted properly. Danica Patrick dressed as if she was going to a prom back in ’88 a la Lea Thompson.
The men wore suits. Surprise. Check out the gallery below and a list of the winners after the jump!
Best Female AthleteLindsey Vonn, Olympic skierBest Male AthleteDrew Brees, New Orleans SaintsBest MomentLandon Donovan, U.S. soccerBest TeamNew Orleans SaintsBest Coach/ManagerPhil Jackson, Los Angeles LakersBest GameCanada vs. USA, Olympic men’s hockey gold-medal gameBest Championship PerformanceDrew Brees, New Orleans SaintsBest PlayBrett Favre, Minnesota VikingsBest UpsetNorthern Iowa over Kansas, NCAA tournamentBest Breakthrough AthleteChris Johnson, Tennessee TitansBest Record Breaking PerformanceJohn Isner defeats Nicolas Mahut, WimbledonBest Sports MovieThe Blind SideBest Male College AthleteJohn Wall, Kentucky basketballBest Female College AthleteMaya Moore, Connecticut basketballBest Male Athlete with a DisabilitySteve Cash, hockeyBest Female Athlete with a DisabilityAmy Palmiero-Winters, track and fieldBest Baseball PlayerAlbert Pujols, St. Louis CardinalsBest NBA PlayerKobe Bryant, Los Angeles LakersBest WNBA PlayerDiana Taurasi, Phoenix MercuryBest NFL PlayerDrew Brees, New Orleans SaintsBest NHL PlayerSidney Crosby, Pittsburgh PenguinsBest MLS PlayerLandon Donovan, Los Angeles GalaxyBest Male Action Sports AthleteShaun White, skateboarding/snowboardingBest Female Action Sports AthleteTorah Bright, snowboardingBest BowlerWalter Ray Williams Jr.Best DriverJimmie JohnsonBest FighterFloyd MayweatherBest Male Golfer Phil MickelsonBest Female GolferLorena OchoaBest JockeyCalvin BorelBest Male Tennis PlayerRoger FedererBest Female Tennis PlayerSerena WilliamsBest U.S. Male OlympianShaun WhiteBest U.S. Female OlympianLindsey VonnBest Track and Field AthleteUsain boltSpecial AwardsArthur Ashe Courage AwardAplington-Parkersburg (Iowa) High School coach Ed Thomas’ familyJimmy V Award For PerseveranceGeorge Karl, Denver Nuggets coachBest ComebackKim Clijsters, tennis player