KJ Apa's light blue suit alone is peak late-summer fashion.
The Teen Choice Awards are tonight in California's Hermosa Beach, and already, young Hollywood is showing up in statement fashion as the show's red carpet begins. From KJ Apa's light blue suit to Lucy Hale's red mini dress, here's a look at all the award show style as the stars arrive at the ceremony.
Nominees tonight include Taylor Swift (who's receiving the first-ever Icon award and has seven other nominations), Ariana Grande and Billie Eilish (both Choice Female Artist nominees), Jonas Brothers (Choice Music Group nominee, although they are not likely to be there as they are playing Atlanta tomorrow on their Happiness Begins tour), BTS (Choice International Artist nominee and Choice Collaboration nominee for their song with Halsey, "Boy With Luv"), Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper (Choice Collaboration nominees for "The Shallow"), Brie Larson (Choice Action Movie Actress nominee), Noah Centineo (Choice Drama Movie Actor nominee for To All the Boys I've Loved Before) and Lana Condor (Choice Drama Movie Actress nominee for To All the Boys I've Loved Before) among many others. You can see the full list of nominees here.
The Teen Choice Award Show will begin at 8 P.M. on Fox.
Phineas J. Whoopee: It was the eve of the biggest economic collapse since the Great Depression. Many on Wall Street worried that a recession loomed and that the housing bubble was bursting. And then there was Larry Kudlow, the man President Trump just tapped to be his top economic adviser. “Despite all the doom and gloom from the economic pessimistas, the resilient U.S. economy continues moving ahead,” Kudlow wrote on Dec. 7, 2007, in National Review, predicting that gloomy forecasters would “wind up with egg on their faces.” Kudlow, who previously derided as “bubbleheads” those who warned about a housing bubble, now wrote that “very positive” news in housing should “cushion” falling home sales and prices.