BET Awards 2018 Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on June 25, 2018

Kittens, we’ve shone our T Lo spotlight on a handful of the more notable (in our opinion) attendees of the 2018 BET Awards, but now it’s time to line up the rest of them for judgment and send them on their way.

 

Amandla Stenberg in Miu Miu

What could’ve been a sexy, high-impact dress just looks overdesigned and a little confusing to us. And the shoes don’t really do much for it.

 

 

Amber Rose in Bryan Hearns

Can’t really argue with it, except she looks pretty generic now. We thought this was Christina Aguilera when we saw the thumbnail.

 

 

Ashanti in Anna Kiki

Love that she tried to do something off-the-beaten-path, but the color is a big nothing, the shape is too much of a challenge for her, and the footwear looks a little dated.

 

 

Blac Chyna

Miss Chyna has caught a pair of boobs in her net. Let’s see if she’ll keep them or throw them back.

 

 

Estelle

Fancy hospital gown. Sweetie, you deserve better than this.

 

 

Garcelle Beauvais

And Miss Garcelle, you DEFINITELY deserve better than this. That’s a sheet, girl. And those shoes look deeply uncomfortable.

 

 

Jamie Foxx in Dsquared2

Can’t really argue with this either. Sure, we wish he’d dressed up a bit more, especially since he was hosting the event, but you’ve gotta know your crowd and your venue when you’re critiquing the red carpet. It could’ve been a little more formal or dressy, but it’s not wrong for where he is. Really, the only part that bugs are the pants. Everything else is fine.

 

 

Logan Browning in Dion Lee

We have no idea why anyone would want a skirt that looks like a line of someone’s unmentionables drying in the wind.

 

 

Ne-Yo

A much better version of what Jaime Foxx was trying to do. This is pretty much perfect.

 

 

Tyra Banks in Stello

Lady, you’re cray, but we love you. Even when you’re wearing a crazy jumpsuit covered in fungus.

 

 

 

 

 

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