The 2021 American Music Awards have concluded after a red carpet filled with celebrity appearances and over-the-top ensembles.
This year’s awards ceremony, which took place on Sunday 21 November, was hosted by Cardi B, with celebrities including Bruno Mars, Carrie Underwood and Jason Aldean, BTS and Olivia Rodrigo taking the stage for performances.
Ahead of the awards show, stars such as JoJo Siwa, Diplo and Halle Bailey posed on the red carpet, with Cardi B showing up in two outfits, including a solid gold mask. The rapper then continued to change her outfit throughout the show, with viewers attempting to count all of her awards ceremony looks.
From the good 4 u singer to Cardi B and Billy Porter, these were the best-dressed celebrities at this year’s awards.
Tonight’s host Cardi B arrived on the red carpet for this year’s AMAs in a black gown with a sequin leopard-print pattern.
The singer then changed outfits, later posing on the red carpet in a Schiaparelli look complete with a gold mask and statement earrings.
Olivia Rodrigo chose a purple sequined David Koma gown with a feathered hem for this year’s awards show. The 18-year-old led award nominations ahead of the ceremony.
JoJo Siwa arrived on the red carpet in a black gown with ruffle detailing, with the DWTS star revealing that her earrings were glued on.
Zoe Wees appeared on the red carpet in white pants and a white vest, which she wore over a long-sleeved white shirt emblazoned with black. She completed the look with colourful braids.
Halle Bailey chose a brown velvet LaQuan Smith lace-up gown for the 2021 AMAs. She paired the dress with lace-up heels.
Diplo chose a pale peach Dries Van Noten suit, which he paired with animal-print shoes for this year’s awards show.
Machine Gun Kelly and Casie
Machine Gun Kelly arrived on the red carpet with his daughter Casie. The father-daughter duo chose black outfits for this year’s awards ceremony, with the singer choosing a custom bedazzled Ashton Michael look.
Billy Porter opted for a turquoise Botter suit with a matching umbrella hat for the 2021 AMAs.
Liza Koshy chose a black statement Annakiki mini dress for the red carpet, which she paired with black leather boots.
Rachel Zegler arrived on the red carpet in a black and white ruffled Carolina Herrera gown.
Ilda Mason attended the 2021 AMAs in a white statement dress with gold chain detailing over one shoulder. She paired the look with gold heels.
Winnie Harlow chose a gold bedazzled Zuhair Murad outfit for the awards ceremony, with the model completing the look with an updo.
Chlöe arrived on the red carpet at the 2021 AMAs in a black gown with cut-out details.
Becky G wore a purple and black statement Raisa Vanessa mini dress for this year’s red carpet.
Bad Bunny attended the 2021 AMAs in a light blue puffer jacket and silver sunglasses.
Bachelorette star Michelle Young attended the awards ceremony in a green gown with cut-out details.
BTS wore complementary suits in shades of gray for this year’s awards ceremony.
JoJo arrived at the AMAs in a silver gown by Usama Ishtay with cut-out detailing.
Mickey Guyton wore an iridescent gown with a sheer skirt on the red carpet.
Erica Banks chose a seafoam green dress with corset bodice for the awards ceremony.
Madelyn Cline opted for a black gown with cut-out detailing for the awards show, which she paired with elbow-length gloves.
Bella Harris chose a bright pink gown for this year’s red carpet.
Tate McRae opted for a white bodysuit with billowing statement sleeves for this year’s AMAs red carpet.
24kGoldn chose a black suit with a white floral pattern for this year’s awards.
Larray opted for a colourful floral-patterned look for this year’s AMAs.
Brittany Broski arrived on the red carpet in a red gown with statement sleeves and a slit.
Coi Leray chose a black sequin gown for this year’s event.
Markell Washington arrived on the red carpet at this year’s AMAs in a pin-striped double-breasted suit.
Niki DeMar chose a pink and orange vinyl outfit this year’s awards show.
Meredith Duxbury attended the AMAs in a gold sequin gown.
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