ESPY Awards 2012: Strangest Red Carpet Moments
Sometimes the most talked-about moments happen before the ESPY Awards even begin.
When athletes and celebrities stroll out to that red carpet, and get that microphone in front of them, anything can happen.
ESPN tried to rein in some high-profile figures on Wednesday at the 2012 ESPYs, but there is always room for some bizarre moments in Los Angeles.
Here's a look at some of the strangest red carpet moments of the 2012 ESPYs.
Brian Wilson Shows Up with Squatch
Usually, when Brian Wilson's around, something odd is bound to happen.
The San Francisco Giants closer didn't disappoint at the 2012 ESPYs. He showed up with none other than Squatch himself.
Wilson may be off the field due to injury this season, but that hasn't stopped him from making headlines across the globe. He has the kind of eccentric personality that reaches far beyond the sports world and in to the entertainment industry.
Donald Driver Dances with Jenn Brown
ESPN's Jenn Brown was there to interview receiver Donald Driver about his new contract extension with the Green Bay Packers.
Little did she know she would be on the receiving end of a dancing display fit for Dancing with the Stars!
Driver, 2012's Dancing with the Stars champion, was more than willing to show Brown some of his moves when she asked him to show off his skills. The surprised Brown should have known he needed a dancing partner to do so.
Bubba Watson's Clothing Choice
What was the strangest red carpet moment?
Bubba Watson has always seemed like a guy that goes off the beaten path. Not only is his name Bubba Watson, he decided to hit his ball off the fairway in the Masters playoff just to make a spectacular shot from the trees and emerge victorious.
Watson's peculiar nature extended to the red carpet at the ESPYs on Wednesday, when he decided to wear what appeared to be golfing shoes, complete with golfing socks. Oh yeah, and he was wearing a suit, too.
Somebody forgot to tell Watson that this wasn't a golf tournament, or that he was 33 years old.
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