GLAM OR SHAM?: NAACP Theater Awards with Nia Long, Ashanti and More

The 20th annual NAACP Theater Awards took place last night in Los Angeles and Hollywood's young and beautiful glitterati were out in full effect. While some looked classy and effortlessly gorgeous (Nia Long), others looked like they didn't bother doing their hair or putting makeup on (sigh...Sharon Leal) and still, others took it upon themselves to create cleavage cutouts in formal gowns where they did not belong (Meghan Goode). Take a look at the celebs on the red carpet below and let me know who was the MOST Glam and who wears the crown for SHAM of the evening.

Ashanti chose a red strapless gown with a train and ruffled hem. Her flawless hair and makeup, red lips and jeweled accessories really make for a gorgeous finish, though the dress looks poorly made to me.

Nia Long chose a blush gown with a one-shoulder neckline for the festivities, and paired it with her white chandelier earrings and gold clutch. Stunning! I always prefer her hair cut short like this, don't you? Her look was perfection.

Sigh. Sharon Leal is such a beautiful woman so I can't understand why she would come out without her hair and makeup done. Her dress also looks very off-the-rack-of-a-department-store-ish. Clearly, I'm not a fan.

Sure nude and ruffles are popular fashion trends, but I'm not sure this look works for Tamera Mowry. The top seems to be too small for her chest, and the ruffles do nothing for her shape.

Surprise, surprise, LisaRaye McCoy rocked her favorite color: white. This time, she went for a jersey wrap gown adorned with a statement necklace to cover up the plunging neckline. Not dressy enough for me.

Meghan Goode graced the red carpet in a white one-shoulder embellished gown with an unsightly slit in the neckline that revealed part of one of her breasts. Is that even sexy? And that kind of design element belongs in a skimpy dress one wears to the club, not on a red-carpet gown. Goode paired the dress with her beloved hoop earrings, a bangle bracelet and flipped hair.


Who was the most GLAM at the NAACP Theater Awards?
Nia Long
Sharon Leal
Tamera Mowry
LisaRaye McCoy
Meghan Goode

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