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2017 BET Awards: Wild & Wacky Fashion Revealed

BET Awards Red Carpet Fashion
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Jun. 26 2017, Published 12:47 p.m. ET

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Stars hit the red carpet at the 2017 BET Awards last night, wearing this summer's most cutting-edge fashion.

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BET Awards host Leslie Jones let it all hang out on the red carpet, donning a bright green plunging gown for her arrival.

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Following her car accident, Blac Chyna seemed to be in good spirits, flashing major skin in a mesh dress.

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Queen Latifah returned from her sunny getaway with longtime girlfriend Eboni Nichols, keeping her looks simple.

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Too cool for school! Ty Dolla Sign kept himself ironically mysterious in a pair of flashy heart-shaped shades. The singer did manage to show off some major chest skin, however.

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The Original Dreamdoll took her look to the next level in a chain covered lace mini dress.

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Jada Pinkett Smith glittered from head to toe.

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Rear view! Nafessa Williams and a pal got cheeky for cameras in their sheer gowns.

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Amber Rose didn't disappoint in a military inspired mini dress that flashed major cleavage.

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Model Shaun Ross looked runway ready in a pair of camouflage pants.

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Future and daughter Londyn Wilburn coordinated their looks, donning masks that seemed inspired by Batman: The Dark Knight Rises villain, Bane.

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