Cardi B swept by in a stunning red quilted dress accentuated with a matching sequin headpiece, feathers and a train that took up much of the pink carpet, Jared Leto was accompanied by his own (fake) head and Katy Perry came as a candled chandelier at the crazy, campy Met Gala on Monday night. Lady Gaga used the carpet as a runway and a changing station — earning giggles and claps from Anna Wintour — and Tiffany Haddish brought fried chicken in a plastic bag as many of the A-list guests worked the camp theme to the max. That included Zendaya, whose Cinderella Tommy Hilfiger dress went aglow with the wave of a magic wand. Also princessy, of the saucy variety: Nicki Minaj in a short pink Prabal Gurung dress with yards and yards to her train, the last star to walk the carpet.
Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman, Miranda Lambert and Brendan McLoughlin and Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher were among the couples at the 2019 ACMs.
Hurley wore a version of the Versace dress that thrust her into the spotlight for an interview in the April issue of Harper's Bazaar.
From diplomatic choices abroad to surprise appearances, the Duchess of Sussex's maternity wardrobe has been quite the talking point.
McCarthy paired her comfy look with diamonds, while husband Ben Falcone hit the red carpet in Converse sneakers.
While some award shows boast crazy outfits or barely-there gowns, the Oscars tend to be a more formal affair when it comes to sartorial choices. Ahead of this year’s show on Sunday, take a look back at some of the red carpet moments that had people talking over the years, from Audrey Hepburn’s gorgeous Givenchy gown to Halle Berry’s iconic sheer dress. Do you think these looks stand the test of time? Comment below with which of these outfits you love – or can’t stand. Let us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @ YahooStyleCA! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram . Check out Yahoo Canada’s podcast, Make It Reign — our hot takes on all things royals in a non-stuffy way — on Apple Podcasts and Google Podcasts .
For many of this year’s acting nominees—including Lady Gaga, Amy Adams, and Regina King —the 2019 Oscars are not their first Academy Awards rodeo. Ahead, a look back at what 12 of this year’s nominees wore to their very first Oscar ceremonies, alongside their latest red carpet looks from this awards season.