Giuliana Rancic did a great job on the Red Carpet 2015 Billboards Music Awards by having some girl talk with a few celebrities and really getting the scoop. Here’s a quick recap of the best girl talks on the red carpet.
Orange Is The New Black star Lavern Cox presented the Top 200 album with Tracee Ellis Ross from the hit show Black-ish. Lavern Cox made the Time Magazine 100 Most Influential Person and Allure’s hot annual nude issue in the same year, which she stated on the 2015 Billboard Music Awards Red Carpet that the Allure issue for her is all about loving yourself. Lavern graced the red carpet wearing Marc Bouwer, and shard that while getting ready for the red carpet she rocked to beats by Drake, Beyonce, and Rihanna.
Taraji P. Henson AKA Cookie from the hit show Empire wore a sexy cutout black number by Alexandre Vauthier to the 2015 Billboards Music Awards. Taraji P. Henson introduced her Empire sons for a soundtrack performance. A little back story with Taraji’s character Cookie; her name in college was Cookie so she feels she is destined to play Cookie on Empire. When asked what her favorite Cookie line was last season she stated Boo boo kitty (Mine as well!).
Meghan Trainor, nominated in nine categories shimmered down the red carpet wearing Badgley Mischka. For anyone crushing on Meghan she just turned 21 this past December and is taking advantage of the clubs in Las Vegas during the 2015 Billboards Music Awards. She also shared she is still very single and she’s not picky as long as the guy is nice but thinks guys are intimidated by her.
Jennifer Lopez was flawless as usual in a signature sheer gown by Charbel Zoe that needed absolutely no taping. Jennifer recently announced her Las Vegas headlining residency beginning Jan. 20, 2016 tickets are on sale now via Ticketmaster. She’ll be performing at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino where Britney Spears is now. Jennifer also shared what she’ll miss the most about American Idol coming to an end. Everything! The journey, sharing what she knows, getting to know the kids, and the experience.