Brooklyn Decker in christianlouboutin shoes at the 2011 ESPY Awards
Brooklyn Decker is red hot on the red carpet at the 2011 ESPY Awards,The 24-year-old supermodel and actress chose a Jay Ahr red leather dress, Dannijo and Elodie jewelry, and christianlouboutin shoes.
She’s married to a tennis pro and graced the cover of the 2010 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, and tonight (July 13)Brooklyn Decker continued her connection to the sports world at the 2011 ESPY Awards.
Brooklyn, who was one of the presenters during the show, caught up with Soul Surfer surfing sensation Bethany Hamilton and NFL quarterback Tim Tebow at the show.
The “Just Go With It” actress looked amazing as she arrived at the Nokia Theatre LA Live for the big event where she also presented one of the evening’s awards alongside NFL QB Tim Tebow.
Brooklyn was joined on the presenters’ roster by big names like Ryan Reynolds, Justin Timberlake, Chris Evans, and Emmanuelle Chriqui.
Hosted by “Saturday Night Live” comedian Seth Meyers, the 2011 ESPY Awards recognized the hottest athletes over the past year.
Justin Bieber and his girlfriend Selena Gomez sit together in the audience at the 2011 ESPY Awards held at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Wednesday (July 13) in Los Angeles.
The 17-year-old singer was one of the presenters during the evening.
Justin and Selena, 18, recently went for a karaoke date night together. The couple went to the Lucky Strike Lanes in Los Angeles where they duet on the song “Picture” by Kid Rock and Sheryl Crow.
Selena is currently auctioning off the chance to hang out backstage with her and her band The Scene after one of their upcoming shows!
Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova hit the press room backstage at the 2011 ESPY Awards held at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Wednesday (July 13) in Los Angeles.
Both of the tennis players made appearances on stage during the show to present awards.
Maria, 24, wore head to toe Alexander McQueen, including a custom made dress. She will be headlining at the Pan Pacific Open in Tokyo later this year.
Serena, 29, hosted the official ESPY kick-off party the evening before, where her pal Kim Kardashian showed up to support her.
Honoring the best in sports over the past calendar year, the 2011 ESPY Awards took place at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles, California on Wednesday night (July 13).
Hosted by SNL funnyman Seth Meyers, the Dallas Mavericks emerged as the big winners of the night, as the NBA Champions took home Best Team accolades while Rick Carlisle was named Best Coach and Dirk Nowitzki garnered Best NBA Player and Best Male Athlete trophies.With skier Lindsey Vonn being named Best Female Athlete, another big winner was Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay, as he won Best MLB Player and Best Moment.
Meanwhile, there was plenty of star power on hand, as celebrity presenters included Justin Bieber, who was joined by girlfriend Selena Gomez, along with big names such as Justin Timberlake, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Kendra Wilkinson,Brooklyn Decker, Jason Bateman and Ryan Reynolds.
The complete list of winners from the 2011 ESPY Awards is as follows, and enjoy the pictures from the event below!
Best Male Athlete
Jimmie Johnson, NASCAR
Rafael Nadal, Tennis
WINNER: Dirk Nowitzki, NBA
Aaron Rodgers, NFL
Best Female Athlete
Kelly Clark, Snowboarding
Lauren Jackson, WNBA
Maya Moore, NCAA Basketball
WINNER: Lindsey Vonn, Skiing
Best Championship Performance
Tim Lincecum, 2010 MLB Postseason
WINNER: Tim Thomas, Stanley Cup Finals
Kemba Walker, Big East Tournament and NCAA Tournament
Serena Williams, 2010 Wimbledon
Best Breakthrough Athlete
Jose Bautista, Toronto Blue Jays
Arian Foster, Houston Texans
WINNER: Blake Griffin, Los Angeles Clippers
Li Na, Tennis
Cam Newton, Auburn Tigers
Best Record-Breaking Performance
WINNER: Ray Allen, NBA three-point record
Rory McIlroy, U.S. Open
Derrick Rose, youngest player to win NBA MVP
UConn Women’s Basketball, longest win streak
Blame over Zenyatta, Breeder’s Cup
Fabricio Werdum stuns Fedor Emelianenko, MMA
Seahawks upset Saints, NFL Wild Card Playoffs
WINNER: VCU, NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament
Auburn beats Alabama, Iron Bowl
Butler upsets Pittsburgh, NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament
WINNER: Eagles rally to beat the Giants, NFL
Oklahoma City edges Memphis in triple-OT, NBA Playoffs
Fennville HS Basketball Team, High school basketball tournament run
WINNER: Roy Halladay Postseason No-Hitter, MLB
Trevor Bayne at Daytona 500, NASCAR
WINNER: Dallas Mavericks
Green Bay Packers
San Francisco Giants
Texas A&M Women’s Basketball
Castrol Edge Performance Under Pressure Award
WINNER: Arian Foster, Houston Texans
DeAngelo Hall, Washington
Leon Washington, Seattle
Best Sports Movie
WINNER: The Fighter
Jim Calhoun, Connecticut Basketball
WINNER: Rick Carlisle, Dallas Mavericks
Gene Chizik, Auburn Football
Mike McCarthy, Green Bay Packers
Dom Starsia, Virginia Lacrosse
Best NFL Player
Tom Brady, New England
Arian Foster, Houston
Clay Matthews Jr., Green Bay
Troy Polamalu, Pittsburgh
WINNER: Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay
Best MLB Player
Jose Bautista, Toronto
WINNER: Roy Halladay, Philadelphia
Josh Hamilton, Texas
Felix Hernandez, Seattle
Joey Votto, Cincinnati
Best NHL Player
Corey Perry, Anaheim
Daniel Sedin, Vancouver
Martin St. Louis, Tampa Bay
WINNER: Tim Thomas, Boston
WINNER: Jimmie Johnson
Best NBA Player
Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers
Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City
LeBron James, Miami
WINNER: Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas
Derrick Rose, Chicago
Best WNBA Player
Tamika Catchings, Indiana
Lauren Jackson, Seattle
Cappie Pondexter, New York
WINNER: Diana Taurasi, Phoenix
Jon “Bones” Jones
WINNER: Manny Pacquiao
George St. Pierre
Best Male Golfer
WINNER: Rory McIlroy
Best Female Golfer
Na Yeon Choi
WINNER: Cristie Kerr
Best Male Tennis Player
WINNER: Rafael Nadal
Best Female Tennis Player
WINNER: Serena Williams
Best Male College Athlete
WINNER: Jimmer Fredette, BYU Basketball
Andy Miele, Miami-Ohio Hockey
Cam Newton, Auburn Football
Rob Pannell, Cornell Lacrosse
Kemba Walker, Connecticut Basketball
Best Female College Athlete
Blair Brown, Penn State Volleyball
Dallas Escobedo, Arizona State Softball
Melissa Henderson, Notre Dame Soccer
Katinka Hosszu, USC Swimming
WINNER: Maya Moore, Connecticut Basketball
Best Male Action Sport Athlete
Tucker Hibbert, Snowmobiling
Travis Pastrana, Motocross
Kevin Rolland, Freestyle Skiing
Kelly Slater, Surfing
WINNER: Shaun White, Snowboarding
Best Female Action Sport Athlete
Sarah Burke, Freestyle Skier
Kelly Clark, Snowboarding
Ashley Fiolek, Motocross
WINNER: Stephanie Gilmore, Surfing
WINNER: John Velasquez
Best Male Athlete with a Disability
WINNER: Anthony Robles
Best Female Athlete with a Disability
WINNER: Mallory Weggemann
WINNER: Jason Belmonte
Best MLS Player
Edson Buddle, Los Angeles
WINNER: Landon Donovan, Los Angeles
David Ferreira, Dallas
Chris Wondolowski, San Jose
Best Track and Field Athlete
WINNER: Tyson Gay
Tagged an Pacific Open in Tokyo, Bethany Hamilton, Chris Evans, Dannijo and Elodie jewelry, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Jay Ahr red leather dress, Justin and Selena, Justin Timberlake, NFL quarterback Tim Tebow, Ryan Reynolds.