14 hot outfits from the BET awards
Singer Jhene Aiko wore this awesome two-piece ensemble while performing on stage with John Legend.
Amber Rose rocked this beautiful frock, don't you think?
Yes, Ashanti is still alive!
Young and The Restless actress Eva Marcille also chose to wear white to the event.
Gabrielle Union teamed her dress with thigh high boots.
Rapper Iggy Azalea performed wearing this outfit.
Jennifer Hudson looked amazing in this leather dress and boots.
Keke Palmer looks all grown up in this cut out dress.
Kenya Moore went for a beautiful orange dress.
Not many people could pull off this dress. But, then again, not many people play Olivia Pope, huh Kerry Washington?
Michelle Williams looked stunningly sophisticated in her teal dress
Nicki Minaj wore this while performing on stage
Paris Hilton showed some skin in her long white dress.
Zendaya went for gangster chic at the BET awards.
All images: Getty
From Iggy Azalea to Kerry Washington, see which stars wore what on the red carpet and on stage.
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