The attendees at the 2014 BET Awardsbrought it on the red carpet! From sunglasses to gowns, some of our favorite celebrities worked it for the cameras. And while some stars opted to go formal during the awards show, other raised eyebrows with risque outfits!
When it comes to the red carpet, Paris Hilton is always on her A-game! The singer/socialite showed up at the BET Awards in a stunning gown with dramatic cutouts. She never disappoints.
Kerry Washington is a regular on best dressed lists -- and for good reason! The 'Scandal' actress always looks chic and sophisticated, and this floral cocktail dress is no exception.
Jennifer Freeman brought a major pop of color to the red carpet with her neon pink gown! With her minimal jewelry and long blonde waves, the actress' look was straight-up glam.
Michelle Williams looked positively svelte in a turquoise, floor-length dress. The color looks amazing on her! The singer kept her long, ombre locks sleek and shiny, making this look a total win.
Like Paris, Amber Rose wowed in all white! The new mom wore an understated -- but gorgeous -- long-sleeved white gown with a metallic look. We're obsessed with how simple and perfect this ensemble is!
John Legend makes us melt with his beautiful music, but the singer can turn it out on the red carpet too! He looked every bit the superstar with his leather jacket, black pants and sunglasses. Swoon.
Former Nickelodeon star Keke Palmer edged out her look, rocking a short white dress with sheer panels. There's no doubt that this is a bold garment, but Keke's low-key hair and makeup make it work!
Adrienne Bailon brought the va-va-voom with her form-fitting white mermaid gown. The singer slicked back her hair and flaunted a red lip. Total old Hollywood glam!
Tamera Mowry-Housley looked polished in a skintight navy and black dress. The actress and talk show host brightened the look with warm highlights and pink lipstick.
Lil Mama is not afraid to try a bold ensemble -- including matching her hair to her dress! The hip-hop artist sported an architectural orange mini-dress. The strapless garment was the same hue as her tangerine-colored locks.