Wherever there is a Red Carpet, trust my radar’s to be glued to the scenes for the Fashion Statements and Beauty looks. For the 22nd Annual Critic Choice Award, the A-listers and Celebrities didnt disappoint, they hit the Blue Carpet putting their best foot forward and showing off some amazing Fashion and Style. Lets get straight into the looks from the Prestigious Award night and dish on Who’s Who and What outfits they have on. All the looks after the cut. Come come!

Naomi Harris has been all about getting her Fashion right lately. She looked amazing on the blue Carpet at the Critics Choice sporting a black strapless Stella McCartney gown and matching heels. 
 2017 has been an amazing year for Black-ish Star Tracee Ellis Ross, she hit the scene looking simple and pretty in a multi-colored eyelet lace hemline Zuhair Murad number by and some sparkly Christian Louboutin pumps.

Mandy Moore was all smiles posing in this plain blue plunge-neckline Solace London cut-out gown Thoughts? Not one of my favorite looks to the event and definitely not one my favorite looks from the Actress. 
Repping for Nigeria Always, the beautiful Susan Kelechi Watson shone on the blue carpet in a blue Tadashi Shoji tulle plunge-neckline sleeveless number, which she paired with some silver heels.

A little color never hurt. Tatiana Manslany was bright in a multi-colored Huge Boss number paired with some black peep-toe heels. 

Gillian Jacobs also sported one of my favorite ensembles of the night. Her multi-colored embellished knee-lenght dress was from the Delpozo brand. Absolutely love this!
Emily Rossum sparkled in a plunge-neckline Giorgio Armani gown for the night, paired with some embellished poinites. So gorgeous!

Justin Hartley is one yummy man! The Actor hit the carpet rocking his black and white as did almost every other dude tonight. 

Modern Family Star Ariel Winter was on the scene and rocking some bangs in this black embellished Uel Camilo cut-out number.

Felicity Huffman is still making a buzz out here, the veteran actress hit the carpet looking beautiful in her black and white cut-out ensemble paired with some black strap platform heels. 

And the best dressed lady for the night goes to none other than the sexy and beautifullllll Kate Beckinsale! She does not age a day! How does she do it? The Actress looked ravishing in a black embellished Reem Acra puff-sleeve ball gown anchored by some cross-strap heels. From her hair to make up to outfit, she looked dazzling. 

Jessica Biel looked sultry on the blue carpet rocking this green and black deep-v neckline Elie Saab number and some bangs.

Her hubby Justin Timberlake wasn’t far behind. He ditched the tie and rocked his black and white tuxedo with some patent shoes. 
I am a fan of Leslie Mann but this bright orange/tangerine Greta Constatine sleeveless number didnt really work for me.
Funny man Anthony Anderson showed off his new locks in a black tuxedo and a polka dot bow-tie paired with some patent sneakers. 
Bella Thorne took daring to another level, hitting the blue carpet in this risque sheer longsleeve Steven Khalil number. I like it, dare to be different. 

My favorite professor! Viola Davis made i light blue appearance on the carpet rocking a sleeveless Michael Kors number accessorized with a white clutch. 

Hello Mrs. Adams! Lilly Collins looked a little to Gothic for me in this Elie Saab longsleeve lace see-through number.

Rachel Bloomwore opted for a black cold-shoulder Christian Siriano sequence embellished number and some matching black heels. 
Sticking to her theme, Janelle Monae hit the blue carpet in this Checkered longsleeve Nicci Hou front-slit number, anchored by some platform heels. 

Funny man Kevin Hart was on the scene looking sharp in a black Maison Valentino tuxedo and some black shoes to go. 

One of my best looks for the night came from Mrs. Eniko Hart! She showed off her radiant glowing skin in a black cut-out Brandon Maxwell number anchored by some black heels. 

Ryan Gosling takes the award for most dapper looking gentleman on the carpet, he look sleek in his black tuxedo suit and patent heels. 

Modern Family’s Julie Bowen opted for a turtle-neck Monique Lhuillier belted gown and some black heels. 
Hailee Steinfeld was pretty in a high-low Jason Wu floral flock. She is fastly becoming one to watch out for on the Carpet. 

Emma Stone definitely makes my best dressed list, she looked sleek in a black cut-out Roland Mouret halter number, with just the right make up for her pretty face and her hair styled to perfection!

Ryan Reynolds was on the scene rocking the men’s color for the night Black. 
Amy Adams kept it sleek and simple in a white Altelier Versace off-the-shoulder gown and a ponytail. 

Kerry Washington is back to showing legs! After making a jaw-dropping return to the Carpet 8-weeks post baby, the actress made another smashing appearance rocking this black see-through longsleeve Elie Saab number and some ankle strappy sandals. 

Rami Malek took home my Award for best dressed male at the Awards because, he stepped away from the shade of the night and totally nailed this velvet/suede green tuxedo which he paired with some black pants and a brown brogues. Nailed it!!!
Cut-out’s where definitely on the menu for the ladies. Nicole Kidman was a sight in a black cut-out, thigh-baring Brandon Maxwell number which she anchored perfectly with some Giavinto Rossi Portofino suede heels. 
Every Red or Blue Carpet in this case has a casualty and i certainly save them for last. I thought Kaley Cuoco’s look and her Noon by Noor ensemble head-to-toe was disastrous. Whatever happened to that toned body she enjoyed showing off?! Disappointed much. 
Who had your best look on the Carpet at the Award? Inspired by their ensembles? Lets hear your thoughts down below. In the main time, keep up with all the Fashion Across the globe right here.
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