2015 People’s Choice Awards Best Dressed

The 2015 People’s Choice Awards aired on CBS Wednesday night.  Hollywood A-listers walked the red carpet in their gorgeous get-ups at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles.  A noticeable trend on the carpet was black and white, soft metallics, and neutrals.  Now that the people have spoken in giving awards, it’s our turn to vote for the hottest looks of the night!

Sarah Hyland: Stunning and radiant!  That’s all you can really say about her look for the evening.  She looked flawless in this Christian Siriano, silver strapless gown.  Not to mention her makeup looks pristine.

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Katherine McPhee: The Smash starlet looked sultry in her Balmain number.  The keyhole crop top and bodycon skirt fit her like a glove!

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Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting: She opted for a simple, clean, and comfortable look for the night.  The Big Bang Theory superstar knocks it out of the park in the geometric white top and black bolero inspired pants.

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Beth Behrs and Kat Dennings: The ,2 Broke Girls, didn’t look so broke in there gowns last night. Behrs went bold in an electric blue Juan Carlos Obando dress while Dennings had some fun in her witch and vampire inspired  gown.

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Olivia Munn: She rocked a fun and slightly casual ensemble on the red carpet.  The black and silver stripes shined on her two-piece bodice and fitted pencil skirt.

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Bella Thorne: Teen-princess Bella, stuck with classic black pant-suit.  She also kept it simple with natural looking make-up and just a pop of red on the lips. She looked effortless as she strutted the red carpet.

 

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Ellen Pompeo: Wow, wow, wow!  Out with the scrubs, in with a jumpsuit.  Ellen looked impeccable in a soft blush jumpsuit by Elie Saab.  The sheer details add a uniqueness to the look.

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