Best dressed and Winners of NAACP Image Awards


Friday, February 6th, 2015 at Pasadena Civic Auditorium it was a star studded multicultural Hollywood affair that brought out the who’s who of good ole’ black folk (plus a few others)!

Here are my favorite picks for best dressed and award winners, too.

Tracee Ellis Ross snatched up outstanding actress in a comedy series along with her co- stars Anthony Anderson and Laurence Fishbourne. Can I say- black is the new WHITE in this hip hugging gown.

Kerry rocked a stunning red rosette lace Zuhair Murad gown. She was the rose amongst the red carpet. Hopefully, you saw her and Roland Martin dancing.

Angela Bassett nominated for American Horror Stories but no win. However, this look was a win, win all the way, dress by Xtreme. Her shoulder length bob was flawless. With Courtney Vance her husband by her side she is always a winner!

Gabrielle Union, also nominated but no win. She had on her best gown ever in Red Carpet history! πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

Carmen Ejogo won for Outstanding Supporting Actress in Selma. She looked like a bondage angel waiting to spank someone (me, me please).

Honorable mentions- Orange is the New Black cast members Laverne Cox, especially with her new short tresses and Uzo Aduba with her glowing skin and infectious smile (nothing like a woman with a gap in her tooth).

Ava DuVernay, Director of Selma, which by the way took home 4 Image Awards- Outstanding Motion Picture, Best Actor, Best supporting Actress, Best Supporting Actor (no picture 😀)

Welcome to the Red Carpet, Teyonah Parris, The “Survivor’s Remorse” and Dear White People star definitely made a plunge in this champagne frock.











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