Kelly Rowland and Jennifer Hudson were among the celebs who attended the the 28th Rock and Roll Hall of FAME Induction Ceremony last night which featured performances by Usher and Public Enemy. Get the pics inside and see the newest inductees...
Showing a little leg and a lot of sass, Kelly Rowland stopped traffic on the red carpet of the Rock and Roll Hall of FAME last night at Nokia Theatre L.A. This black Maria Lucia Hohan AW'13 lace front slit "Latifah" curve hugging dress, complete with a lace train, is freaking amazing.
With her hair in a tight bun and Doves by Doron Palona 18K Rose Gold Rose Quartz Earrings, Kelly looked amazing as usual as she came out to support.
Michelle Williams got the "Destiny's Child Memo" and also showed off a little leg. The "Fela!" Broadway star donned a body hugging black and white dress with contoured piping.
She wore a Herve Leger dress with an Alexander Mcqueen clutch and Guiseppe Zanoti shoes.
Michelle arrived with producer Harmony Samuels and Kita Williams.
Usher also turned heads in a leather jeacket, tuxedo slacks and red sparkly loafers.
Darryl 'DMC' McDaniels attended the show and performed on stage with Chuck D, Heart and Dave Grohl.
Filmmaker Spike Lee came out to support Quincy Jones and Public Enemy (whose songs where featured in Do The Right Thing), as both were honored during the ceremony.
Legendary producer Quincy Jones was inducted into the Hall of Fame and awarded the Ahmet Ertegun Lifetime Achievement Award.
Public Enemy was inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Looking gorgeous in a one shoulder number that screamed 70s glam, Jennifer Hudson performed a tribute to Hall of Fame inductee Donna Summer. Gorge look for her.
Hall of Fame inductees, Public Enemy, hit the stage to the delight of the crowd. Flav looks like an 80-year-old man these days:
But we're wondering why he wore his "Talent" badge on stage? Or why he even needed a backstage tag. Could he be mistaken for anyone other than himself?
Oprah Winfrey was on hand to present an award to Quincy Jones.
Usher was also on hand to honor Mr. Jones.
He later hit the stage and performed a stellar tribute to Quincy.
The event will be broadcast May 18 on HBO. Congrats to the inductees!
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