2015 ESPY Awards: Our Red Carpet Favorites

Lindsey Vonn, Hannah Davis and Alex MorganPhoto Credit: Pacific Coast News; Pictured: Lindsey Vonn, Hannah Davis and Alex Morgan

I feel like Hannah Davis will run away with the votes, so I’m a little reluctant to put up a poll (we’ll put one up anyway). These were snapped last night at the star-studded 2015 ESPY Awards at the Microsoft Theatre (formerly Nokia Theatre) in Los Angeles.

Ciara, Amy Purdy, Halle Berry and Rachel McAdamsPhoto Credit: Pacific Coast News; Pictured: Ciara, Amy Purdy, Halle Berry and Rachel McAdams

  • Drew_Monetz

    Yeah, Hannah is gorgeous. I watched a little bit of the show and the cameras were panning the audience and my eyes were just drawn to Hannah. I also love how her legs have some thickness, especially for a model.
    The whole Caitlyn Jenner thing seems so forced and unauthentic. I don’t know, but I’m not buying it.

  • Dinodan

    Rachel, Hannah win in this group.  Halle looks crazy.

  • lenilovesfeet

    I don’t have a favorite. Hannah has a nice body, but that fivehead is a no.

  • McP

    Rachel McAdams could be in my Top 10 if she just removed those moles. That face, those eyes, that ass. Damn.

  • curvefan

    Rachael because Hannah has been Jetered and that means infected.

  • Dinodan

    McP Have you been watching True Detective.  She was walking around in panties showing off her great bubble butt.

  • McP

    Dinodan McP Yep. Last week was WILD. Great show.

  • Drew_Monetz

    Do you really think it’s a great show? It’s so hard to follow. I didn’t watch the first season, but I’m watching this one because I wanted to see Rachel in a dark and gritty role. She always plays the fun loving girl that everybody falls in love with, but she’s good on this show. Vince Vaughan plays a terrible bad/tough guy. I haven’t seen the last episode yet, but I’ll try to catch up on it.

  • McP

    Drew_Monetz Each season is a separate story, has nothing to do with last season. Def catch up, last episode ended in breathtaking fashion. 
    Colin Farrell has such great lines.
    There are a lot of characters, but it’s not too difficult to follow, you can’t watch passively though. 
    There’s a city with no real residents, just industry and big money, so the politicians are corrupt and rich. 
    One city bigwig (city manager) is killed. he had Vince Vaughn’s $7 million cash that was going to be used in a business deal. They are expecting a rail line to run through, so people are buying up land that will be on or near the rail path, and also hoping to get federal government contracts to build stuff relating to the rail line. 
    Now Vaughn has to hustle to get back some wealth (now he’s muscling back in on every business he ever sold). (You are right about Vaughn, the role probably should have gone to someone like Ray Stevenson.)
    The three cops were chosen to investigate because they are expendable. The State Attorney General just wants to squeeze the rich, corrupt mayor for money. He’s not really interested in solving the murder. (or at least that’s Farrell’s theory)
    We still don’t know why the one dude, or Vaughn’s henchman, were killed. 
    There’s, that’s pretty much it.

  • Drew_Monetz

    Thanks for the summary, McP! I did watch the last episode last night and the final 5 minutes were pretty intense. I will continue to watch it and the first season when I get a chance.

  • Dinodan

    Drew_Monetz McP 
    This is one of those shows that you really don’t know what is going on until it happens, and if you spend your time trying to figure it all out you end up missing something that is crucial to the story.  My advise is just sit back actively watch and listen and enjoy.