Model Amber Rose turned heads on the red carpet at the inaugural MTV Movie & TV Awards in a revealing red two-piece.
The curvy star showed off her hourglass figure in a silky bra-style top and an elegant high-waisted maxi skirt with an eye-popping slit in the leg.
A host of celebrities from the big and small screen took to Los Angeles’ Shrine Auditorium to celebrate the best in moving picture entertainment – with the red carpet being evacuated due to a freak storm.
But Amber, 33, didn’t let the rain spoil her fun, and made the most of her moment to pose for photographers.
Amber had a team on hand to make sure she was picture perfect by arranging her long dress to fan out behind her.
She rocked her trademark blonde buzz cut for the evening after switching it up with a brown wig at another Hollywood bash last week.
The star, who is no stranger to flesh-flashing outfits, didn’t waste the opportunity to show off her many tattoos either.
Her two sleeves were proudly on display at the glitzy event, with the Hollywood sign on her left forearm an especially appropriate choice for the glamorous red carpet.
She also seized her moment to blow a playful kiss at the cameras, bending forward to emphasise her already impressive cleavage.
Amber then headed inside where she posed for more photos with star pals.
Amber posed with model pal Cara Delevingne, who looked incredible in a black mini-dress as she showed off her shaved head.
The model turned actress has shaved off her hair for her latest film role Life In A Year, in which she plays a woman with terminal cancer.
While she painted her head silver for the Met gala, Cara didn’t cover up her bare head as she walked the shimmering black carpet at the MTV bash.
Amber also caught up with record producer Steve Aoki, and Drag Race judges RuPaul Charles and Michelle Visage, who won Best Reality Competition at the glittering ceremony.
The ceremony was preceded by the Movie & Television Festival which saw performances from Zara Larsson, Bea Miller and All Time Low – the latter playing through the rain.
Beauty and the Beast, Logan, Get Out, Rogue One and The Edge of Seventeen were set to battle for Movie of the year.
Those in the running for TV show of the year included Atlanta, Game of Thrones, Pretty Little Liars, Stranger Things, This Is Us, and Insecure.
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