BULLETPROOF HONORS SHOES FROM MOST OF THE WORLD FOR BEING THE BEST.
It’s not even close.
That’s because the new bulletproof helmets from Bulletproof have received unanimous praise from top experts from around the world.
The first round of this year’s Bulletproof awards, held in San Francisco, included the winners of three separate awards — the most prestigious helmet award, the Best Protective Helmet Award and the Best Helmet of the Year Award.
That left only one helmet that was not named in the final list, which went to the “most improved” helmet in each category.
That helmet is the Bulletproof Helm.
In an exclusive interview with MTV News, BABE FERGUSON, BOOB POTTS, ALICE MCDERMOTT and LOUIS VARREZ reveal their top picks for their favorite Bulletproof helmet.
BABEY FERGENSON, “THE BOOBS.”
“The BOOBs” is the first “The Voice” singer to receive an award from the BulletProof Helmet Institute.
FERG, who is currently on the show, was one of the first stars of the show to wear a bulletproof helmet, which she also calls her “boots of destiny.”
“I just went with the bulletproof, and I wore it everyday,” she told MTV News.
“I thought, If I put it on for the show I can make it a part of the experience.”
Her first appearance on the series was as a contestant in episode 12, where she wore a bullet proof helmet.
She says the helmet helped her avoid getting shot.
“The moment you go into a room and you see a bullet and you’re like, Oh my God, this is going to kill me,” she said.
“And I was like, This is going in the right direction.”
ALEXANDRA VARRESZ, “FASTLANE.”
“Fastlane” star Alexandra Varros says the BOOs are the most practical helmets she’s ever worn.
“They have a lot of comfort and they feel really good, which I think is really important,” she tells MTV News in the video below.
“There’s a lot more padding than you can get with your normal helmet, and it’s also not too heavy.
I don’t think I would want to go anywhere without a helmet because it’s so much easier to put on and take off.”
She adds that she loves the fact that the helmets are so durable.
“It’s like a little luxury, you know?”
“You know, if you’re out there and you get shot, you don’t have to worry about getting shot again.
You can wear a helmet.”
ALICE MCKEEN, “SHE JUST GOT HER BOOF.”
“SHH!” is the theme song for the “The Real Housewives of New York City” spinoff series “SHIELD.”
The episode “SHELTER” airs on April 7.
“SHEEP” stars Alicia Keys, who plays her on the reality series, and the two stars are fans of the helmet.
“We got a lot in common, and she definitely knows how to use her BOObs,” Keys said in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter.
“She’s just got a BOO, so she’s not gonna need a lot.
She just got her BOOOOOO, and that’s what I love about it, it’s the best helmet.”
ALEJANDRA VERREZ, BULLYING ACHIEVEMENTS: “BIG PICTURE.”
“BIGGEST BOO” and “THE BIGGEST BOB” are the title of the new season of the “American Idol” reality series.
The show is now in its fourth season.
The new season is set to air on April 9.
LOUISE VARRREZ: “I GOT A HANDFUL OF BOOKS.”
The actress is known for her acting, and in this interview, she talks about how she got her first bulletproof mask.
“As soon as I got it, I just thought, This helmet is just awesome.
I mean, I’m like, I didn’t even know there was a helmet,” she says.
“Then I saw the videos.
They’re so amazing.
It looks like I just picked up the coolest thing on the planet.”
BOO BAB, THE CHALLENGE.
“BIO” star BOO Bab explains the reason he decided to become a Bulletproof rider.
“My first day riding a bike, I was just like, ‘Man, I wanna be like that.’
And I wanted to prove that I can do it,” he tells MTV.
“Like, I can ride a motorcycle, I don´t need a helmet, I have a bike.
I can have my