Many stars honoured the 2017 MTV Movies and TV Awards on Sunday night with host Adam DeVine heading on to a great start. It saw some of the best-dressed people as well as the mandatory ones who missed the mark. Sunday night belonged to women however – with actresses like Emma Watson, Millie Bobby, Amber Rose, Tracee Ellis Ross making strong statements with their bold choices. It also saw the first ever ‘genderless award’ – to acknowledge the lack of gender distinction bringing in a new change to the awards. In the midst of this, reality show star “Teen Mom” Farrah Abraham managed to turn heads, but not exactly for the right reasons.
— Farrah Abraham (@F1abraham) May 7, 2017
The reality star was seen in a Bollywood-inspired ensemble wearing a three-piece pink and gold Indian lehnga-choli to the event. Her attire was from Taal Boutique & Bridal was paired with heavy necklace, maang tikka, bangles and a bindi. This came as a big surprise to her fans and even sparked a backlash on Twitter. People lashed at her for being “culturally insensitive” with most amazed that she chose to pick a lehenga for the event.
Here’s what Twitter has to say:
— Gary Shirley (@dadbodgary) May 8, 2017
Farrah Abraham appropriating Indian culture at the #MTVAwards
— Lively (@FluentInPopCult) May 8, 2017
@TeenMom Farrah Abraham must be destroyed
— Cameron Howlett (@Cdh4Life) May 8, 2017
@TeenMom NO one is loving that look. I swear to you.
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