One of the things we look forward to the most when the BET Awards rolls around is when our favorite Black celebrities shut the red carpet down, and it was no different at the 2018 BET Awards on Sunday.
Check out some of our favorite looks that people will be talking about on Monday.
Janelle Monáe dazzled in a beautiful Pride inspired dress with an entire makeup look by Jessica Smalls for Pat McGrath Labs.
— EveryStylishGirl (@EveryStylishG) June 24, 2018
Two months after openly identifying as a pansexual, Monáe strutted down the red carpet in a Nicholas Jebran green bodice and rainbow skirt to represent for Pride month.
Ashanti is a vision.
— Karen Civil (@KarenCivil) June 25, 2018
Dear White People’s Logan Brown.
— Karen Civil (@KarenCivil) June 24, 2018
— Tyra Banks (@tyrabanks) June 25, 2018
Lakeith Stanfield’s interesting look is one that we won’t soon forget.
— Taryn Finley (@_TARYNitUP) June 24, 2018
Normani is giving us 90’s Mariah, and we’re here for it!
— fake georgia (@lemonadenormani) June 25, 2018
Amandla Stenberg was playful in a metallic gold dress.
A stylish Terry Crews
— BellaNaija (@bellanaija) June 24, 2018
Waka Flocka & Tammy Rivera
Storm Reid showed us the definition of the teenage slay, in her galaxy-themed blouse and skirt.
Meek Mill was comfortable, pairing slacks and sneakers with a “Freedom” shirt.
Skai Jackson arrived on the carpet in an Emilio Pucci ensemble.
Chloe x Halle kept it funky and fun in crop tops and high-waisted skirts. The sisters wore Pat McGrath Labs SKIN FETISH Highlighter + Balm Duo in ‘GOLDEN’ and other products from the company for their natural makeup looks.
The Khaled Family arrived with baby Asahd wearing custom Gucci from head to toe.
What were some of your favorite looks from Sunday’s show?
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Teddy is a multimedia journalist who serves as the culture and political writer for EBONY. His work has appeared in NBC's Owned and Operated stations, as well as DNAInfo, which covered local neighborhood news in New York City. He received his Masters in Journalism from the Craig Newmark School of Journalism at CUNY in 2017.