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Fashion Police :: 2005 MTV Movie Awards

Napoleon Dynamite and Mean Girls were the top winners at the MTV Movie Awards, walking away with three Golden Popcorns each. But, which celebs ruled the fashion carpet? Kidzworld's Fashion Police were out on patrol to see whose outfits were on fire and whose fell flat!

Kidzworld picks Jessica Alba and Jon Heder as the best dressed celebs at the MTV Movie Awards!
Best Dressed Celebs

Best Dressed Female - Jessica Alba

Some girls could wear a potato sack and still look amazing - and Jessica Alba is one of them. The star of Sin City and the upcoming Fantastic Four didn't win any awards, but she was sinfully hot on the red carpet! Looking heavenly in her sheer green flowy frock with an up-to-there slit, she glammed things up with gold heels, butterfly brooches and wavy locks.

Best Dressed Male - Jon Heder

Quiet... gosh! Give us a chance to tell you who the best dressed guy is! Jon Heder, a.k.a. Napoleon Dynamite, scores big points with his casual outfit. Wearing a beige blazer, graphic tee, vintage Chuck Taylors and a messy 'do, Jon is the perfect example of geek chic.

  • Click here to check out who was handed tickets for being the worst dressed at the 2005 MTV Movie Awards!
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