The majority of you were loving Sheryl Crow's makeup look at the AMAs, and it's easy to see why. Clarins beauty artist Pati Dubroff went for a chic, rock and roll vibe on Sheryl by using a palette of amber hues and warm, soft bronze. To find out how to rock out by replicating Sheryl's darkly rimmed, shimmery eye makeup look yourself, just keep reading.
Raise your empty glass! A little thing like pregnancy didn't stop Pink from pulling out all the stops at the American Music Awards last night. The powerful singer, whose pregnancy 51% of LilSugar readers can't wait to follow, debuted her barely there baby bump alongside her proud husband Carey Hart on the awards show's red carpet, before showing off some fast-paced dance moves during her performance. Her pre-show look, a long deep-V Janey Lopaty Vintage Couture dress, can easily be recreated with a number of maternity dresses including A Pea in the Pod's Drape Front Dress ($170), Isabella Oliver's Silk Asymmetrical Dress ($460), and Loved by Heidi Klum's Sleeveless Crochet Detail Dress ($20). Though the mama-to-be toned down her usual onstage antics last night, her performance was still spectacular – check out the images below!
The red carpet at last night's American Music Awards was full of pretty stars in an array of great gowns, and so far Taylor Swift is your choice for the evening's best dressed. As usual, there were some looks that unfortunately, missed the style mark. Take a look at the below options and tell us — who do you think was worst dressed at the AMAs?
Natasha Bedingfield always looks casually graceful, and at the AMAs last night, her soft, textured hairstyle was pretty without looking too formal or overdone. The stylist who created her look, Caile Noble of the Serge Normant at John Frieda Salon in LA, gave us a step-by-step breakdown on getting this look right. So to find out how to re-create Natasha's subtly tousled shag on your own, just keep reading.
Between the winner speeches, the American Music Awards served up plenty of performances from some of the hottest acts in music right now. Rihanna opened up the night with a medley of her new hits, but she was only the first in a long line of musicians to take the stage.
The boys' choir in Katy Perry's "Firework" totally gave me goosebumps, Taylor Swift's "Back to December" was subdued but powerful, and yes, I loved seeing the Backstreet Boys and New Kids on the Block together. There were too many artists to name here, but some performances were definitely more exciting than others. I've included several of my picks below — tell me which was your favorite?
The American Music Awards was jam-packed with flashy performances after a daring red carpet for the women and leather-loving guys. Rihanna opened the night sporting a bikini ensemble for her three-song medley. Her good friend Katy Perry had her own moment in the spotlight wearing a skintight red bodysuit after ripping off her skirt, while pregnant Pink put on a lively show, though the mom-to-be kept the acrobatics to a minimum. Taylor Swift's edgy arrival dress was your favorite, though she changed into an all-black skinny pants and blazer ensemble for her dramatic "Back to December/Apologize" mashup. Taylor was one of the evening's big winners, so check out the whole list here. Christina Aguilera's Burlesque was what you were most excited to see, but did "Express" live up to your expectations?
Justin Bieber shared his triumphant times with mentor Usher, and the two also both took the stage to showcase their hits. Miley Cyrus was on her own after apparently backing out of a duet with Bret Michaels. Instead she wowed in a Marchesa minidress featuring a giant bow before her 18th birthday tomorrow. Jessica Alba kicked off her Little Fockers promotional kick as a presenter with a very slick-backed do. The event ended with an exciting trip down memory lane when NKOTB and Backstreet Boys took on their greatest hits. Stay tuned for all our AMAs coverage and weigh in on your favorite parts below!
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The red carpet at last night's American Music Awards in LA last night was packed with daring dresses and glammed-up girls. Fergie took a risk in a Falguni & Shane peacock feathered mini, balancing out her embellished shoulders with minimal makeup. Tangled star Mandy Moore also went short and sequined, while Kelly Osbourne opted for a simple strapless number and big hair. Heidi Klum wore something long and black, as did mom-to-be Pink, who glowed ahead of her highly anticipated performance.
Rihanna matched her red curls with a lacy Elie Saab gown. Sheryl Crow went with a bohemian look, and nominee Katy Perry got decked out in soft pink Badgley Mischka Couture. Miley Cyrus made a statement in white Marchesa with a long train and subtle eyeshadow, looking poised despite her alleged pre-show drama. Taylor Swift, in Collette Dinnigan, changed things up with new blunt bangs and later picked up the award for Favorite Female Country Artist. Check out the full winner list on Buzz. Make sure to weigh in on all your favorite ensembles with Fab and Bella's love it or hate it polls — who do you think was the evening's best dressed?
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