Kendall Jenner stole the show tonight—before the show even started!
The 18-year-old brunette beauty made everyone do a double-take while strutting the red carpet for the 2014 MuchMusic Video Awards Sunday night alongside sister Kylie Jenner.
While the two E! stars are always stunning and rocking the latest fashion, Kendall's look went beyond that, because she wore a gorgeous white gown with jeweled detail and—the important part—two super high slits which ultimately revealed that Kendall chose to walk the carpet sans undies.
Talk about making a fashion statement!
Meanwhile, Kylie opted for a different stunner, rocking a long-sleeve, sequin mini dress with sheer peekaboos and a low back, suggesting that she decided to go braless for her first look of the night. Of course, it wasn't all about their racy fashion (but there were plenty of wardrobe changes to admire).
The pretty pair co-hosted the annual Canadian awards show tonight, which included performances by Lorde, Ariana Grande, Imagine Dragons and Ed Sheeran, and Chloe Grace Moretz, Kellan Lutz, Jena Malone and Tyler Posey among the stars who took on presenting duties.
Big winners of the night were Canadian rockers Hedley, who won Video of the Year, Pop Video of the Year and Favorite Video of the Year. Drake walked away with two awards for Hip-Hop Video of the Year and International Video of the Year by a Canadian, and Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber also took home awards as fan favorites.
Here's the full list of winners from the 2014 MuchMusic Video Awards:
Hip-Hop Video of the Year: Drake, "Worst Behavior'"
Dance Video of the Year: Autoerotique, "Asphyxiation"
International Video of the Year By a Canadian: Drake, "Hold On, We're Going Home"
MuchFact Video of the Year: SonReal, "Everywhere We Go"
International Video of the Year, Artist: Lorde, "Royals"
International Video of the Year, Group: Imagine Dragons, "Demons"
Rock/Alternative Video of the Year: Sam Roberts Band, "Shapeshifters"
Pop Video of the Year: Hedley, "Anything"
Favorite International Artist/Group of the Year: Selena Gomez, "Come & Get It"
Favorite Video of the Year: Hedley, "Anything"
Favorite Artist or Group of the Year: Justin Bieber
Video of the Year: Hedley, "Anything"
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