The Harts, Nia Long, Lisa Bonet, Janelle Monae, Tracee Ellis Ross and tons more turned up for the Critics’ Choice Awards.
Awards season is in full effect. YBF celebs came out in droves for the big 22nd annual Critics’ Choice Awards at Santa Monica’s Barker Hangar.
Central Intelligence star Kevin Hart & Eniko looked amazing as usual.
Eniko rocked a sexy Brandon Maxwell gown for the occasion. Kev’s movie was nominated for Best Comedy.
Kerry Washington returned to the red carpet after a maternity break rocking a messy braid and a see0through Elie Saab cocktail dress.
The Confirmation star was spotted talking up Lily Collins in the audience.
Nia Long, who stars in the upcoming Lifetime movie Beaches, made her arrival.
Big winner Sterling K. Brown had his real life wife and “This Is Us” co-star Ryan Bathe right by his side.
His on-screen wife Susan Kelechi Watson was also there in a gorgeous, deep plunging blue gown.
Tracee Ellis Ross is a season ahead as she rocked a spring-ready Zuhair Murad look with nude Louboutins and a matching Louboutin clutch.
Her on-screen husband Anthony Anderson rocked sneakers with his tux, per usual.
Viola Davis came out as a double winner Sunday night, but first, she hit the carpet with her husband and producing partner Julius Tennon.
Leave it to Moonlight star Janelle Monae to pull off a black & white checkered dress.
Courtney B. Vance took home another trophy for his portrayal of Johnnie Cochran, but he first hit the carpet to soak up all the love.
Actor Mahershala Ali is having the best year ever! He’s starring in everything from House of Cards to Luke Cage to Moonlight. Yesss. He hit the carpet with artist wife Amatus Sami-Karim.
Lisa Bonet — who recently made surprise co-starring appearances on Ray Donovan and “Girls” — stood out in zebra print.
Naomie Harris rocked a sexy black number with a sheer bottom half as she repped for the Moonlight cast. Her upcoming movie Collateral Beauty is out in theaters Friday.
Come thru fellas! Cuba Gooding Jr.’s “The People vs. OJ” racked up tons of nominations, and Donald Glover walked away with the Best Actor in a Comedy series for “Atlanta.” Nice!