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ESPY Awards 2012: Jessica Biel, Zooey Deschanel & Olivia Munn Stun On Red Carpet (PHOTOS)

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Watching the ESPY Awards red carpet is little like running into co-workers out on a Saturday night. We're not used to seeing these people out of their work uniforms and all dressed up. And in some cases, they're dressed more sexily than we'd care to see.

Last night was the 20th annual show feteing the athletes and moments in sports this year. That meant it was a big night for LeBron James, who nabbed three trophies; Jeremy Lin, who picked up his "Breakthrough Athlete" trophy wearing a goofy-looking bow tie; and everyone's favorite red head (sorry, Carrot Top) Shaun White, who won yet another ESPY for "male action sports athlete," which sounds a little redundant to us but OK.

But who won Best Dressed of the Night? Oddly enough, several Hollywood A-listers walked the red carpet to steal a bit of thunder from the sports stars. Jessica Biel stunned in neon-heeled shoes, Zooey Deschanel looked very Zooey in a sparkly dress with a retro belt, Chanel Iman glowed in white and Olivia Munn grabbed everyone's attention in a seriously low-cut gown.

Why were they all there? Not so sure. But were we glad to have an extra dose of glamour on the sporty red carpet? You bet.

See who was best-dressed (and worst-dressed) at the ESPY Awards 2012! For a report on all the winners, click over to HuffPost Sports.

The 2012 EPSY Awards Red Carpet
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