2021 American Music Awards red carpet: Host Cardi B wears gold mask
2021 American Music Awards red carpet: Host Cardi B wears gold mask, veil to award show
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The 29-year-old rapper  Cardi B turned heads at the 2021 American Music Awards red carpet on Sunday when she arrived wearing a gold mask
2021 American Music Awards red carpet: Host Cardi B wears gold mask
The 2021 American Music Awards kicked off with a bang on Sunday, Nov. 21 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Music’s biggest and brightest stars shut down the red carpet with fabulous and fierce fashion.
From dressing in over-the-top looks to pushing the boundaries with risky designs, celebrities didn’t miss a beat in the style department. Not that fans would expect anything less, of course
2021 American Music Awards red carpet: Host Cardi B wears gold mask
Cardi B tweeted that her wardrobe for the 2021 American Music Awards took about a month to prepare, and she did not disappoint.
The AMA host wore a gold mask paired with matching metal fingernails, a black veil and a floor-length strapless gown on the red carpet.
Cardi won’t let fans spread “rumors” about her look ahead of the fan-vote awards show.
“Can you give some scoop of who [you’re] wearing on the amas?” one fan tweeted at the rap superstar.
“You gone have [to] tune in” she responded.
The “Bodak Yellow” and “I Like It” artist wore a sleek black halter gown for the ceremonial red carpet rollout Friday.
“I’m excited to wear all the clothes that I have… ’cause I’m giving fashion,” she said during the event.
Singer/songwriter Olivia Rodrigo enters the night as the leading nominee with nods for artist of the year and new artist. She has seven nominations, besting five-time winner The Weeknd with six. He’s also going up against Rodrigo in the artist of the year category along with BTS, Ariana Grande, Drake and Taylor Swift.
Performers include Coldplay and BTS, Carrie Underwood and Jason Aldean, Jennifer Lopez, Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak. joining forces as Silk Sonic, Bad Bunny, Diplo, Mickey Guyton and Tyler, The Creator