Celeb Couples Hugged Up On The Red Carpet At The 2013 BET Awards
Future and Ciara made their red carpet entrance in all black. Future wore a black shirt, leather pants and boots. Ciara wore a leather crop top, pencil skirt and silver Saint Laurent pumps.
Last night Sunday (June 30), the 2013 BET Awards aired live on BET from Los Angeles’ Nokia Theatre. Chris Tucker hosted the star-studded show. Before the main event, a lot of YDBR celeb couples were photo’d hugged up on the red carpet for photos and interviews. A lot of the fashion at last night’s awards was a hawk mess! Did most of the good celeb stylists go on strike? Peep the pictorial and the red carpet round-up below:
Wiz Khalifa kept it simple in a black ensemble paired with Giuseppe Zanotti sneakers, while his fiancée Amber Rose looked cute in a black & yellow Versace dress paired with black sandals.
Big Sean opted for a white Lanvin top which he paired with black jeans and Timberland boots. His girlfriend Naya Rivera styled in a bright purple, green & silver dress paired with black pumps.
Miguel and his girlfriend Nazanin looked a hawk mess!
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DeVon Franklin looked all dapper in his pinstripe suit and his wife Meagan Good got glammed-up in a royal blue floor length gown.
Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union was my favorite couple of the night. The slayed the red carpet! Wade dressed in a silver blazer layered over a white shirt paired with black slacks and shoes. Gabby showed her toned legs and arms in a cute red dress paired with black sandals.
Ne-Yo and his artist Ravaughn walked the red carpet together. I am not feeling what Ne-Yo rocked. The red leather pants are dope but he should have chosen another top and sneakers. Ravaughn look fabulous in a Diego Dolcini dress and Barbara shoes.
Chris Brown and his artist Sevyn Streeter also looked a hawk mess! Maybe, they thought it was the 1995 Source Awards.