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22.05.17

2017 Billboard Music Awards Red Carpet Roundup

There were more looks that took to the red carpet at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards on Sunday (May 21) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Nicole Scherzinger: With an overt display of cleavage and ruffles, this Maria Lucia Hohan skin-tone gown was a bit of a dated eyeful.

Lorde: This red Givenchy design was a striking way to wear sheer without flashing the panties. Giuseppe Zanotti shoes completed the look.

Lea Michele: Despite its see-through mentality, this David Koma perforated dress conveyed chic, modern elegance on Lea, especially when styled with a twisted top knot and Cesare Paciotti shoes.

Bebe Rexha: I cannot believe I’m saying this at the Billboard Awards, but I was bored by this Calvin Klein Collection gown that was neither particularly interesting or flattering. Jimmy Choo shoes, Sophie Buhai earrings and H. Stern rings completed the look.

Camila Cabello: Before taking to the stage for a debut performance, Camila wore a Jonathan Simkhai Pre-Fall 2017 embroidered gown with Giuseppe Zanotti shoes. I would have loved to see this without the sash for starters, as it aged the look far past her 20 years.

Ashley Tisdale: This Tadashi Shoji Spring 2017 ensemble seemed to suffer from a few fit issues in the bunched-up top and long, floor-scraping trousers.

Alexandra Daddario: There was precious little (okay, nothing) that I found flattering about this Vivienne Westwood frock, with the slashed, waist-high slit, dated upholstery fabric, and fall-off-the-shoulder neckline.

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