Sunday, 17 October 2010

Long-haired Kelly Osbourne steal the limelight from Megan Fox and Blake Lively at the Scream Awards

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By DAILY MAIL REPORTER


Who's that girl: Kelly Osbourne debuted her long locks at the stunning in her French inspired style outfit at the Spike TV Scream Awards in LA last night


Who would have thought a few years ago that Kelly Osbourne would be mentioned in the same breath as Halle Berry and Megan Fox style-wise?

But last night at the Spike TV Scream Awards, Kelly's amazing image transformation continued as Ozzy's daughter looked very inch the glamour queen - complete with what appeared to be new blonde hair extensions.

Wearing a chic, French-looking ensemble with a polka dot skirt and lacey black top, the former wild child turned heads at the the ceremony which celebrates sci-fi, horror and fantasy genre films.


Sexy Megan Fox presents the Best Villain award to Mickey Rourke onstage during Spike TV's Scream 2010 at The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, California


Not that Fox Disappointed either. The stunning actress wore a cute peach to present the award of Best Villain to Mickey Rourke for his role in Iron Man 2.

As well as Rourke's win, Bill Murray accepted the award for Best Horror Movie for Zombieland - dressed in his nostalgic Ghostbusters gear - and Alexander Skarsgard won Best Horror Actor for True Blood.

In a good night for vampire drama, Kristen Stewart won Best Fantasy Actress, as well as collecting the award for Best Fantasy Movie - as Twilight triumphed in both categories.


Watch This Space: Actor Ryan Reynolds accepts the award for Most Anticipated Movie from presenter Blake Lively onstage for upcoming blockbuster Green Lantern


Back In Time: Michael J. Fox (right) and Christopher Lloyd accept the 25th Anniversary award for Back To The Future


Beaming: Kristen Stewart has a night off from her sulky persona to collect Best Fantasy Actress, as Bill Murray dresses in his iconic Ghostbusters gear to collect Best Horror Movie for Zombieland


Stewart looked surprisingly happy for once, beaming as she collected the award in a silver, futuristic style gown.

The big news of the night was David Arquette's attendance, a surprise to some considering only this week he announced his separation from Friends actress Courtney Cox which he then went on to discuss in embarrassing detail live on U.S. radio

Cox will be relieved to see he looked more reserved in the pictures from last night, as the actor promoted the fourth upcoming installment of the Scream series - in which his estranged wife also co-stars with him.



Reserved: David Arquette behaved himself after an embarrassing week, and Alexander Skarsgard won Best Horror Actor for True Blood


Other big name attendees at the star-studded bash included Gossip Girl beauty Blake Lively, who presented hunky actor Ryan Reynolds with the Most Anticipated Movie award for their upcoming blockbuster Green Lantern, and Michael J Fox who was there to collect the 25th Anniversary Award for Back To The Future.

Fox posed with his Back To The Future co-star Christopher Lloyd, which proved a true blast from the fast for the phenomenally successful trilogy's hardcore fans.

Other highlights were the debut of the Scream 4 trailer and a tribute to the TV series Lost, which closed the evening.


source :dailymail
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