Who Wore Randi Rahm Better? Taraji P. Henson or Miranda Lambert

Taraji P. Henson shone as brightly as her ‘Outstanding Actress’ award which she was honoured with at the 2012 NAACP Image Awards back in February.

The actress graced the red carpet wearing a silver Randi Rahm beaded gown with crystal web-like sequins and crystal diamante detailing.

A grey clutch and subtle silver jewels completed her look.

Country singer Miranda Lambert wore the same gown in gold while picking up multiple awards including ‘Female Vocalist of the Year’ and ‘Album of the Year’ at the 2012 Academy of Country Music Awards last month.

Looking equally stunning, Miranda also matched her jewels with her dress, adding Fred Leighton gold earrings.

The gown obviously has the Midas touch, but Taraji wins for me.

Whilst I love the gown in gold, I feel Miranda should’ve worn her hair up.

If you are having trouble deciding, click on the image above for additional pictures of Taraji and Miranda in their Randi Rahm gowns.

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12 thoughts on “Who Wore Randi Rahm Better? Taraji P. Henson or Miranda Lambert

  1. EmmaWoodhouse

    I don’t like the dress at all, and neither of them look supported in it. I went with Miranda because I did like the overall Golden Girl effect.

  2. rebecca

    They’re both beautiful women but the gown is not flattering on either. That said, gold on blondes is a no for me, so I go Taraji

  3. Dhppy

    I’m not a fan of this dress. It gives the impression of pressing the breasts down and to the side, two directions no woman wants.

  4. Anne

    I went with Miranda for the sole reason that Tarajis is distractingly long… It seems that she is melting into the floor (has any checked that she is not still stuck there?). Otherwise the colour is better on her…

  5. Tahj

    Taraji looks more glamorous and elegant in the silver color with that hairstyle. She definitely wins.


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