ELLE magazine held its annual Women in Television Celebration in West Hollywood last night. And we have some hot shots of a few of our YBF faves. Peep pics of Keke Palmer, Gabrielle Union, Tracee Ellis Ross and more inside….
Who run the world? GIRLS! YBF girls to be exact. Last night, a few of our fave YBF chicks showed out at ELLE magazine’s annual Women in Television celebration at Sunset Tower in West Hollywood.
Fresh from a girls' getaway with her friends in Jamaica, Keke Palmer ditched her red hue and switched it up for a honey blonde hue to hit the carpet. And she's still rocking her new face jewelry.
For the last week, chick has been soaking in some sun and partying with friends after successfully slaying 136 shows for her Broadway role as Cinderella. But now she’s back to work and turning heads at red carpet events. And we're loving this cut-out one-shouldered LDB.
"black•ish" star Tracee Ellis Ross is a usual red carpet slayer and last night was no different. The uber stylish one rocked a red Victoria Beckham midi dress that hugged all the right curves. Her red sandals, topped off with her curly coif completed her perfect look. Work!
"Big Bang Theory" star Regina King (who celebrates her 44th birthday tomorrow) strutted her stuff in a long-sleeved geometric bodycon mini. She looks great!
ABC series creator Shonda Rhimes came out to celebrate all the amazing ladies in television. We're not totally loving her look, but she's still fab.
"Vampire Diaries" actress Kat Graham hit up the event in this mint green sequined number, which she styled with silver pumps and silver clutch. We feelin' it?
"Being Mary Jane" star Gabrielle Union chopped it up with Tracee. Love them both!
Gabby also posed it up with actresses Whitney Cummings and Xosha Roquemore.
Keke caught up with "Orange is the New Black" star Dascha Polanco during the dinner party.
"How To Get Away With Murder" star Aja Naomi King and "Galavant" actress Karen David snagged a photo-op with Regina.
Meanwhile, Shonda Rhimes was rubbing elbows with ELLE's editor-in-chief Robbie Myers and "Girls" writer Lena Dunham. Fab times!