Love It or Hate It: BET Awards Red Carpet Style

Alicia Keys, Brandy, Vivica A. Fox, Fergie and more: Who looked fab and who looked fug?
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Jada Pinkett Smith

My eyes! My eyes! Jada Pinkett Smith gets positively gynecological in this “playsuit.” I think it burned my retinas.

Alicia Keys

The winner of the evening was Alicia Keys. Not only did she look gorgeous in her Dolce and Gabbanna mini, she walked home with the Best Album of the year award.

Hot mama indeed!

Tell Us: Who looked the best? And who could benefit from a mirror in her dressing room?

PJ Gach is the Senior Editor: Style + Beauty at BettyConfidential.

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0 thoughts on “Love It or Hate It: BET Awards Red Carpet Style

  1. Fashionista says:

    Brandy looks like a space-age alien!

  2. girleegirl says:

    Omarosa so does look like a hostess at Club Med!

  3. uptowngirl says:

    I think most of these ladies look great! However, I can’t imagine what Brittany Daniels was thinking when she chose that dress. And Jada? Yes, you have a body to die for, but that doesn’t mean you can get away with wearing rompers.

  4. shamrockblonde says:

    as I would never – ever – wish her on any bride, I am going to have go with a Club Med hostess – she and Ms. Brittnay win the worst dress award for the night – note to Ms. Jada – please – your children are watching – and learning – from you – don’t do that to them – Tataji, Vivica and Ms. Keys take the win – LOVED the shoes though!! they all rocked!!

  5. weetziebat says:

    agree with @shamrock blonde. Vivica and Alicia look gorgeous. But Jada baby, that dress! Or whatever it is. Gotta go.

  6. Yay heels says:

    Alicia looks amazing

  7. FFlotus says:

    alicia would look better if she wasn’t wearing panty hose in JUNE!!! wtf?

  8. bsassy says:

    You Go Jada! I think her romper is adorable! If I had the figure I would wear it too! Romper + Tux Jacket + Attitude = Fabu!!!

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