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Must-See Virtual Looks From The 2020 BET Awards

In the middle of a global pandemic, the 2020 BET Awards took place virtually on Sunday, June 28.

Even though there wasn’t a red carpet, the stars spared nothing in the style department for the show’s 20th anniversary. Check out the must-see looks of the night below.
Alicia Keys
For her performance of the song “Perfect Way To Die,” the songstress rocked a tough look which included a long black leather trench coat, paired with a crop top, hoop earrings, and matching leather pants styled by Jason Bolden.


The superstar, who was was presented with the 2020 Humanitarian Award  by Michelle Obama, oozed elegance in a black Alessandra Rich ruffled silk satin-trimmed crystal-embellished velvet and tulle gown, styled with a dazzling diamond choker.

Jennifer Hudson
For her big performance, the Oscar winner wore a regal Reem Acra Fall 2020 green velvet one shoulder kaftan-style dress with an embellished neckline and black fishnet sleeve panel.
The Best Female R&B/Pop Artist of the Year winner turned heads in a custom off-the-shoulder Mônot black and white dress with iridescent ruffles. The look, which was styled by Marko Monroe, was completed with a diamante hip flask and stunning pair of earrings from Natalie Mills jewelry.
Megan Thee Stallion
The “Savage” rapper flaunted her famous curves in a sexy black velvet long-sleeve gown featuring a sexy exposed midriff detail.
Chloe x Halle
The musical duo debuted their latest hit with a visually stunning performance where they showed off wild looks, from all black latex to reflective tracksuits, designed by TLZ L’Femme and styled by Zerina Akers.
Michelle Obama
The beloved FLOTUS, who presented  the 2020 BET Humanitarian Award to Beyoncé, has everyone fawning over her natural curling hair which she showed off along with a sharp black blazer and silver hoops.
Amanda Seales
The night’s host wore not one, but a total of 13 looks over the course of the night— all of which were designed by black designers including this red vegan leather, high turtleneck dress with an asymmetrical ruffle hem by Greyscale.

Originally from Detroit, Ashley has been a style curator and editor for over a decade, having lived in Washington DC and New York City before moving to West Hollywood in 2015. She has written for The Washington Post, Hollywood Life, Haute Living, Vanity Fair, International Business Times and Fashion Times. She lives for leather jackets, statement sunglasses, RuPaul's Drag Race and her rescue basset hound Cletus.

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