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The 7 red carpet shockers of 2014!

14 December 2014, 09:08Bronwyn McKay

Cape Town – From the Emmy Awards to the Grammy Awards to the world renowned Oscars, celebrities love the red carpet and will take any opportunity to strut their stuff in front of the camera.

Whilst the A-listers of Hollywood hope that they look absolutely flawless, they also like to make sure they don’t go unnoticed.

Lucky for them paparazzi, screaming fans and millions of viewers are always watching to see if anything worth mentioning will happen.

2014 has definitely been a big year, for some a very lucrative and for others not so much but whatever happened it was sure to be caught and kept as evidence!

Here are this year’s red carpet shockers that are sure to drop your jaws…

1. Rihanna pretty much went to the CFDA Fashion Awards naked!

(AFP Photos)

2. Aaron Paul pulled off the best photobomb at the 65th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards...

(Getty Images)

3. Brad Pitt was pummelled to the ground by a prankster at the Hollywood premiere of Maleficent...

4. Kendall Jenner shocked the world with her pelvic bones at the MuchMusic Video Awards...

(AFP Photos)

5. Kim Kardashian was next on the ‘attack a celeb’ prank at Paris fashion week...

6. RiRi striked again barely covering up at amfAR’s fifth annual Inspiration Gala and Miley Cyrus joined her too!

(AFP Photos)

7. Shia Lebeouf wore a more than interesting accessory to the Berlin Film Festival...

(AP Photos)

- Channel24


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