Just like other years, the biggest stars from the music industry were gathered in Los Angeles for the American Music Award’s night, and it was a restless night for many of them. Read on to know the top five best-dressed celebs at the AMAs red carpet.
The award evening night has been so exciting, memorable, and full of live performances from the biggest stars. The artist has been awarded their recognitions at the AMAs. The winners of the night include Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, and Halsey.
Top 5 best-dressed celebs at the AMAs red carpet
Apart from all the performances, award recognitions, the red carpet got filled up with the celebs wearing custom designer outfits. Though many of the stars were looking stunning in their costumes, I would like you to share the top five best-dressed celebs at the AMAs red carpet.
Selena Gomez, a beautiful musician, was looking so pretty when she stepped out at the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles wearing a strapless head-to-toe neon green mini dress designed by Versace. She added a matching pump and completed her stunning look by wearing sparkling jewelry from Roberto Coin.
It seems that Selena and Lil Nas X mutually decided to make a theme in outfits color. The “Old Town Road” performer walked on the red carpet by wearing a bold neon green suit with a trendy zebra-print shirt underneath. To complete his outfit look, Lil took a chunky shoe in the same shade as his outfit.
To look different among all, Lizzo, the “Good as Hell” entertainer wore a ruffled orange Valentino minidress, which she completed wearing Stuart Weitzman shoes with a rectangular shape.
Carrie Underwood makes her look sparky on the AMAs red carpet. She wore a Sparkly Purple in color gown with a thigh-high slit. She decided to wear a platform base heel with a gold ankle-strap sandals on her feet to complete her look.
Billy Porter stepped at the Red Carpet in a completely different look. He accessorized himself with an eye-catching headpiece designed by Stephen Jones Millinery. Apart from it, he wore a Thom Browne spring “20 clocks with shiny black-and-white wingtips.”