Farrah Abraham did not take home any trophies at the MTV Movie & TV Awards on Sunday night.
Not officially, anyway.
But many critics think she earned the title of Worst Dressed and Least Respectful Star at the event.
And they don't think the voting was especially close, either.
The often-controversial Teen Mom stepped right into the fire yet again yesterday when she donned a Bollywood-inspired ensemble to the ceremony.
As you can see in the Farrah Abraham photos above and below, the star rocked a three-piece gold and pink outfit that she accessorized with a matching headpiece and a bindi on her forehead.
A bindi a decorative mark worn in the middle of the forehead by Indian women.
It is considered a sacred symbol by Hindu and Jain practitioners, not something a celebrity is meant to show off as part of some kind of fashion statement.
And Twitter was quick to call Abraham out for her decision.
Abraham isn't the first MTV awards show attendee to make this mistake on the red carpet.
At the 2013 MTV Movie Awards, Selena Golmez also wore a bindi and was immediately asked to apologize by the Universal Society of Hinduism.
"It is an auspicious religious and spiritual symbol," the society told E! News in a statement at the time, adding:
"It is not meant to be thrown around loosely for seductive effects or as a fashion accessory aiming at mercantile greed. Selena should apologize and then she should get acquainted with the basics of world religions."
Gomez never did address the issue in public.
But Farrah talked to TooFab on Sunday and defended her ensemble.
Referring to the heavy gold chain and pendant, henna ink choker and gold headpiece, the 25-year old told the website that she “wanted to bring culture to the red carpet.”
She's not afraid of any backlash.
She just wants to serve as a role model.
"I think this will inspire others to embrace new cultures and have good experiences," Abraham hilariously said.
That's always the first thing we think of when we think of Farrah Abraham: someone who inspires deep thought and appreciation for other types people.
Abraham concluded in this TooFab interview that her pink-and-gold ensemble was “freaking amazing, Bollywood and sexy.”
It's freaking something, alright, that's for sure.
Are you buying what Farrah is selling here, that she hopes to stir up important cultural debates and discussion?
Or do you just think she wanted to get some attention on the red carpet?
As for how this outfit stacks up against other fashion choices made by stars on the MTV red carpet last night, scroll through the following photo gallery and decide now: