Stars have hit the red carpet at the annual BET Awards, and there are some seriously eye-popping looks.
Celebrities have delivered an eye-popping display on the BET Awards red carpet today.
The annual US awards show, which celebrates African-Americans in all areas of the entertainment industry, took place in Los Angeles on Sunday, local time, where Queen Latifah was honoured with the Lifetime Achievement honour.
But before the gongs were handed out, it was all about the fashion.
Rapper Saweetie turned heads in a plunging purple Grecian-style gown which left very little to the imagination.
The dress’ lengthy train had it’s own spot on the red carpet.
The luminous Zendaya stunned in a similar purple gown designed by Versace.
Zendaya’s look was a special nod to Beyonce, who wore a similar mini version at the 2003 BET Awards for her iconic performance of Crazy In Love with husband Jay Z.
Singer H.E.R rocked a black blazer mini-dress with sheer pants and her signature round spectacles.
In true Lil Nas X fashion, the Old Town Road singer strutted the carpet in not one, but two fabulous outfits. The first, an intricate pastel blue and white gown.
Not to be outdone by himself, the second was equally epic – a structured ivory suit with jewel embellishments and scattered roses.
Singer Megan Thee Stallion took the thigh-high split to soaring heights.
The ceremony’s 2021 honoree Queen Latifah looked fittingly boss woman for her big night.
Lil’ Kim might have a hard time at airport security.
Here is an aggressive reminder that Ciara is still fit as hell, electrifying the carpet in this disco jumpsuit. We also love the blonde lob.
BET Awards host Taraji P. Henson infused summer colours.
Rapper Latto gave Jessica Rabbit vibes.
JT of hip hop duo City Girls turned a mirror ball into a ballgown.
Keeping with the flesh flashing trend, Ari Lennox donned a fresh white cut-out dress.
Singer Sevyn Streeter paid homage to the ’90s – and her abs – in this daring nude twist neck.
Andra Dray was pretty in pink.
Singer Kayykilo showed if you’ve got it, you’d best flaunt it.