Awards Season is in full effect, so the YBFers made their way to the Critics' Choice Awards last night in Santa Monica. We've got the red carpet pros inside, plus Idris' big win...
Major congrats are in order for Idris Elba, who won the 2016 Critics' Choice Award for BEST ACTOR IN A MOVIE MADE FOR TELEVISION OR LIMITED SERIES for his role in "Luther." Nice!
"Blackish" star and nominee Tracee Ellis Ross showed up in a fabulously simple yet chic Randi Rahm dress with a Rauwolf clutch and Sophia Webster shoes. Her fab Neil Lane earrings were the perfect touch for the full look:
Tracee's co-star Anthony Anderson rocked a sleek black suit for the carpet.
Also from "black ish", creator Kenya Barris and wife Dr. Rainbow Edwards-Barris, whose lives the show is loosely based on, hit the carpet.
"Blackish" star Jenifer Lewis was also there looking nice.
Zoe Kravitz rocked the color of the night, any shade of the orange family, as she hit the carpet with her boyfriend Twin Shadow:
It's crazy how much he looks like her dad Lenny Kravitz.
Gorgeous look for her, and quite a departure from her usual red carpet looks.
Nominee and "The Leftovers" star Regina King took a risk with this flirty look. Thoughts? By the way, she was on the set of "Scandal" last week directing an upcoming episode. Can't wait!
Yasss Niecy Nash! We're obsessed with her extra feminine pastel pink one shoulder lightly ruffled gown.
The nominee, who stars in HBO's "Getting On", is perfectly pretty in this look.
Oshea Jackson, Jr., who played young Ice Cube, and Neil Brown, Jr., who played DJ Yella in Straight Outta Compton, was there repping for the nominated film.
"Empire" star Bryshere Gray got dapper for the Awards and repped for his nominated tv show.
Ne-Yo, who was nominated for his performance in "The Wiz Live," brought his pregnant fiance Crystal Renay on the carpet.
Dope star Shameik Moore rocked all white for his big night as a nominee for his role in Dope.
David Alan Grier, also nominated for his role in The Wiz Live" hit the carpet with his girlfriend.
Mary J. Blige, who was nominated for her role in "The Wiz Live," walked the carpet with her husband Kendu Isaacs:
Looking good Mary!
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