Wednesday, May 22, 2024

The Hottest VMA Look Was This Baby Bump

Sunday night’s Video Music Awards were fairly tame fashion-wise, compared to VMAs of the past. No meat dresses. No horsehair gowns. No Canadian Tuxedos. Everyone kept it classy — and among the classiest ensembles of all featured some of the most skin showing.

Star of MTV’s Catfish Nev Schulman and fiancee Laura Perlongo showed up in matching olive tops and dark slacks. Laura slung a body chain around herself, threw on the bomber jacket, stuck it down with some tape and called it a night.

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Predictably, the people of the internet lost their minds at the sight of a pregnant woman showing off her belly. But Laura told ATTN: that the night was nothing but positive. Plus Kim K loved it, so everyone else can step off.

She says she felt hot, and wanted to wear something she’d be comfortable in, instead of trying to cover up in a clingy gown. Being confident also made a statement for normalizing pregnancy and women’s bodies:

I think a lot of women are afraid of pregnancy because society makes it seem like the end of youthful exuberance and sexual independence. Women are so judged about how they look, so pregnancy can be a scary thing. How will my body change? Will I lose the weight? Will my partner still find me attractive? I believe staying confident and accepting pregnant bodies for what they are is good for mental health, the health of our relationships and the overall health of our babies.

[h/t ATTN:]

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