Darlings, we gave more than a few of the attendees (as well as the host) time under our Spotlight of Judgment, but it’s time to wrap the 2020 American Music Awards red carpet up with a pretty little bow. Of judgment.
Bebe Rexha in Julien MacDonald
Bless her heart. There was a lot of cheap-looking silver at this event and this may be the cheapest look of them all.
Becky G in Ralph & Russo Couture
Have we all noticed how much platforms are back? We’d say the current trends are all leg-based: thigh-high boots, platform shoes and slits-to-there. The fit is fantastic here. We like the button detail, but the bust design is weird.
Christian Serratos in Tom Ford
She doesn’t come off particularly comfortable in this. The design or the fit or a combination of both are giving the impression that it’s all sort of askew and pulling in different directions. For a sheer dress with a lot of skin exposure, it feels kind of overthought.
Derek Hough in Grayscale
A big NO on those pants, mister.
Doja Cat in Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood
We are inclined to dislike that shade of brown, but we have to admit it looks great on her. HATE the shoes, though.
Laverne Cox in Michael Costello
Half tacky dress, half semi-fabulous bathing suit. It’s a choice.
Megan Fox (in Azzi & Osta) and Machine Gun Kelly (in Balmain)
Our choices for the very last people we’d want to be stuck on an elevator with. We’re not big on that much asymetry, but we don’t mind her look so much. It suits her. As always, we give him credit for not being conventional, but this time, we just don’t like the design. The boots are fun, though.
Paris Hilton in Valdrin Sahiti
We hate to admit it, but this was the best silver dress of the night.
[Photo Credit: ABC]